Congratulations to Bert Conlon, LEHS Class of 1965 as he joins our other retired classmates!!
Judge Albert Conlon delivers his farewell speech to a jam-packed Courtroom 2 at Lynn District Court on Friday. (Spenser R. Hasak)
LYNN — First Justice Albert Conlon, known by those closest to him as Bert, has retired after 15 years of making the Lynn District Courthouse a family. Family, friends, and colleagues had a chance to say thank you during a special retirement ceremony was held at the courthouse Friday afternoon.
See the full article at https://www.itemlive.com/2018/01/12/lynn-district-court-says-goodbye-bert/
It is with great sadness that we report the death of Carolyn F. (Gordon) Smith, of Lynn, died Friday November 17, 2017 as reported by the Lynn Item, Nov 20. May she, and all the rest of our classmates who have passed before us, rest in peace. Click here to visit our class Memorial List.
Howie Burnett here LEHS 65.
I’ve been a full time Teaching Pro/Coach for Tennis in New England and Florida for 46 years and in July of 2016 I was Honored to be inducted into the United States Professional Tennis Association — New England Hall of Fame.
This Photo was taken at that ceremony at the Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport RI — Im surrounded by the New England Board of Directors and standing next to my wife of 48 Years Wendy
Currently, Howie is teaching at the– Marco Island Racquet Center
Howie, before his relocation to Florida, was the founder and president of Net Advantage LLC, a tennis management service that operated five clubs and six recreation department tennis programs in the New Hampshire seacoast region. He founded the company in 1974 and operated it until 1998.
Howie has been a member of the USPTA since 1972. He was the USPTA New England Division president and a national Executive Committee member from 1989 to 1992.He also served as a certification tester from 1980 until 1989.
In addition, he was a part of the USTA Clinicians Service and conducted The New Hampshire High School Coaches Clinic every spring for 10 years as well as being a USTA Area Training Center Head Coach from 1988 to until his relocation to florida in1998.
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John Warwick and Fran Simone (blue shirt) recently enjoyed a round of Golf At Franconia Golf Course in East Longmeadow,MA
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Thank you LEHS Veterans
Especially the Class of 1965
For your service
And for fighting
To protect our freedom
For a list of our Class of 1965 Veterans go to http://lynnenglish1965.info/category/veterans/ and scroll down. If you are a veteran and are not on this list, use the Contact feature, http://lynnenglish1965.info/contact/ and you will be added
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It is with great sadness that we report the death of Donna Marie Howland, of Danvers MA, who passed on October 12, 2017 as reported by the Lynn Item, Oct 13th. May she, and all the rest of our classmates who have passed before us, rest in peace. Click here to visit our class Memorial List.
It is with great sadness that we report the death of Robert E. Whiting of Beverly, MA, who passed on September 21, 2017 as reported by the Salem News,Sept 23rd. May he, and all the rest of our classmates who have passed before us, rest in peace. Click here to visit our class Memorial List.
It is with great sadness that we report the death of Lawrence J. Hughes of Wakefield, who passed on May 4, 2017 as reported by the Boston Globe July 16th. May he, and all the rest of our classmates who have passed before us, rest in peace. Click here to visit our class Memorial List.