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•   Elma Kruse (Diamond)
•   Coleman Sachs
•   Suzanne Stein (Kabakoff)
•   Lee Shai Weissbach


•   Lee Shai Weissbach  8/30
•   Paul Feldman  8/30
•   Sharon Graller (Marks)  8/30
•   Coleman Sachs  8/30
•   Janice Mosbach (Worthington)  8/30
•   Robert Cettel  8/29
•   Neal Buchwald  8/29
•   Mark Abrams  8/27
•   Don Eichorst  8/27
•   William Stone  8/27
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2 live in Alabama
7 live in Arizona
20 live in California
4 live in Colorado
2 live in District Of Columbia
32 live in Florida
9 live in Georgia
6 live in Illinois
10 live in Indiana
3 live in Kansas
23 live in Kentucky
1 lives in Louisiana
1 lives in Maine
9 live in Maryland
3 live in Massachusetts
5 live in Michigan
2 live in Minnesota
4 live in Missouri
2 live in Nevada
2 live in New Hampshire
3 live in New Jersey
10 live in New York
6 live in North Carolina
229 live in Ohio
2 live in Oklahoma
3 live in Oregon
6 live in Pennsylvania
6 live in South Carolina
2 live in Tennessee
10 live in Texas
3 live in Virginia
6 live in Washington
1 lives in West Virginia
1 lives in Cayman Islands
1 lives in Germany
210 location unknown
72 are deceased


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 44.0%

A:   288   Joined
B:   367   Not Joined


Only  3 more weeks  to register for the reunion.  

(Payment must be received before 9/20/2015 to confirm your registration.)
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Join in giving back ...

As a class, we are establishing a scholarship with one-time funding that will be presented annually at the Senior Awards banquet to a worthy graduating Woodward senior to help defray costs of their continued education.  

The Woodward Class of 1965 Scholarship will be established and administered by the Woodward Alumnal Endowment Fund as part of its ongoing committment to graduating Woodward seniors.  

Click on the "Donate" button to DONATE NOW by credit card via 

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Any, all and every contribution are appreciated.  Thanks.  

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as of 8/24/2015

COUNTDOWN to the 50th 



 days to go!

Update ...              Update ...              Update ...               Update ...
on the 50-50-50th Challenge ...
(50 new classmates in 50 days for the 50th reunion)
Great! job so far!  
 Since the email went out 19 20 21 23 24 new classmates   have signed up for the website.
There is still time ... so let's keep digging through those friends.  

38 days to the reunion

Only 38  days until our 50th reunion ...

"Life is not measured by the number of breaths you take,
but by the moments that take your breath away."


 to the Woodward High School Class Of 1965 web site

To join this site, see the 
menu button,  If you get stuck click the Contact Us link and let us know how we can assist.   
By the way, this Bulldog doesn't take a bite out of your pocket.  There are absolutely no costs to you!  if you join this site!

Make this your site!  

We are always looking for ways to increase the communication value of our site.  If you have suggestions for what/how the site could benefit you or other classmates,

click on Contact Us 

and let us know what your site can do for you and your classmates.

 Classmates!  YOU ROCK ! ! !
Since this site was created June 22, 2010 you've been here  
69989  times ... 
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Contact Us for errors, omissions or additions.  Thanks!    ^top^ 

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"Thanks" to John Matthews and Ron Dreffer

Did you know?  The Woodward Alumnal Endowment Fund (WAEF) was started to continue William Woodward's interest in providing education.  Since the WAEF inception in 1984, it has awarded more than $250,000 in scholarships and assistance to more than 400 graduating Woodward students to help them further their education.  To find out more about the WAEF, what it does and how it helps, contact classmate Mark Abrams, a member of the WAEF board. 



Iris Ruth Levine Pastor 
is now 
Huffington Post blogger.  
Check it out!!

50 years after graduating, I took a trip to Europe with my friend from not only Woodward, but Bond Hill School!  Here's pics and the blog I wrote about our trip. Hope you enjoy!




Dottie Hill Warner

See and hear our friend and classmate singing every 
(almost) Thursday night at Arnold's Bar & Grill in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. 


Dottie, who has called Arnold's her musical home for 30 years, recently released her first CD, a two-CD set with 26 tracks of Ballads, Blues, Swing and Jazz Standards from the 20's, 30's and 40's.  

If you're in Cincinnati, make it a point to stop in at Arnold's Bar & Grill on most Thursdays to hear Dottie (click here to view the current schedule).  

To order her CD, go to & search for "Dottie Warner" ... or click HERE to go directly to her cdbaby page and listen to samples. 

Dottie Warner has been performing at Arnold's Bar and Grill for more than 30 years.

It’s well known in these parts that Arnold’s Bar and Grill has been the longest continuously running tavern in town since 1861. Not as well known is that singer Dottie Warner has performed most Thursdays at Arnold’s for more than 30 years, one of Cincinnati’s longest running regular club gigs.

Warner may be the most under-appreciated jazz and standards singer in town. Her vocals have a sultry, sweet and innocent quality — a perfect jazzy style for the blues, jazz and swing standards from the ‘20s, '30s and ‘40s that make up the majority of her repertoire.

But she's always preferred to keep a low profile, has never been much of a publicity seeker and considers it a dream job to have called the downtown Eighth Street pub her musical home for a couple hours on Thursday nights for three decades.

Warner’s low-key profile gets raised quite a bit this month as she releases the first CD of her career, “A Serenade in Blue/Thursdays at Arnold’s.”

Become a WCPO Insider to read more about Dottie Warner's career.

Emily Maxwell | WCPO Copyright 2014 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.



Album Notes


I have been singing at Arnold's Bar and Grill in Cincinnati for over 30 years and this is the first CD we have produced.


The music, from the 20's, 30's and 40's (and even going back to the teens), is a rich repertoire in which to become submerged. For this 2 CD set, we chose to keep it very simple, with just piano and vocals and just little trumpet thrown in here and there.


Ricky Nye fans who know him for his "Boogie Woogie and Blues piano style will enjoy hearing Ricky play in a different genre and hearing him sing several duets on the album. Also included are Wayne Shannon (one of the few pianists around with a great stride left hand) and Roy Tate who plays beautifully on the trumpet.


The first CD of the 2-CD set is titled "A Serenade In Blue" and is mostly ballads and a few blues tunes, including a wonderful Billie Holiday tune called "Fine & Mellow Blues". The second CD is titled "Thursday's At Arnold's" and includes a variety of jazz and blues classics from Fat's Waller to Harold Arlen, George Gershwin, and Hoagy Carmichael.


Hope you enjoy these tunes as much as I do!

  • WOW. I'm not Leonard Bernstein, but I've listened enough to know that that is world class stuff there!  I'm putting the songs in my itunes "Songbook/Female" playlist along  with Ella, Sarah, and Maxine Sullivan!  Really congratulations to all on a great piece of work!    David, Cincinnati, OH


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Friday, Saturday, Sunday
October 9-10-11, 2015
(yes, twenty-fifteen - next year)
for the celebration of our
> Golden Anniversary < 
of our graduation from Woodward High School. 
WOW!  50 years!!! 
(a couple of dances, a few martinis ... my, my, my ... where does the time go?)  
Plans for the event are in the works.   
As more details become available they will be posted here on this website ... so please check here often and remind your classmate friends to do the same.   
Plans are for a less formal, affordable event focused on classmate interaction, i.e., gathering together for the enjoyment of each other's company, mingling, enjoying, sharing memories, enjoying, dancing, 
Oh, did we mention enjoying?  
We're looking forward to a wonderful time filled with memories, friendship and FUN!!!!
Can't wait to see you there!!