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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

David Noren Memorial Service August 28





Hi everybody,

I have information regarding the Memorial 
Service to be given in celebration of 
Dave Noren's life.

Date and time: Saturday, August 28, 2010 
at 11:00 AM

Place: Trinity Evangelical Covenant Church
9230 South Pulaski
Oak Lawn, IL 60453
708-422-5111

The Reverend James Sandburg, officiating

For those of you who attended the 2003 
and 2007 EMPEHI Reunions, this church
is the location where we had our Sunday 
church service, at which Dave delivered 
the sermon and where the 
"Worst of Hurst Singers" performed 
Thompson's Alleluia.

Hope to see as many of you that can 
make it, as we pay respect and say 
good-bye to our good friend and 
re-live some of those 
magical Dave Noren moments.

Dennis Carlson, class of ' 67

David Noren Memorial Service August 28





Hi everybody,

I have information regarding the Memorial 
Service to be given in celebration of 
Dave Noren's life.

Date and time: Saturday, August 28, 2010 
at 11:00 AM

Place: Trinity Evangelical Covenant Church
9230 South Pulaski
Oak Lawn, IL 60453
708-422-5111

The Reverend James Sandburg, officiating

For those of you who attended the 2003 
and 2007 EMPEHI Reunions, this church
is the location where we had our Sunday 
church service, at which Dave delivered 
the sermon and where the 
"Worst of Hurst Singers" performed 
Thompson's Alleluia.

Hope to see as many of you that can 
make it, as we pay respect and say 
good-bye to our good friend and 
re-live some of those 
magical Dave Noren moments.

Dennis Carlson, class of ' 67

Monday, August 23, 2010

David Noren








David Noren Passed Away Suddenly. He was a fine man, and will be missed. 




Karen Holck Ketterman is in the photo with David, Our dear friend

We will post info regarding services as it becomes available. You will be missed, Dave! Rest in Peace.

Julie Marschand




I am sorry to have to convey this message to you all, but our friend and fellow EMPEHI-ite, Dave Noren, has passed away, suddenly sometime today. Oh my goodness, what a shocker!! There aren't any details as yet. I'll pass along any news and updates when I receive them.

I wish there was more information that I could provide, other than I am sure going to miss him; his sense of humor, his wit, his cleverness, his astuteness when it came to politics & history, his smile and laughter; our "bad movie nights" and yes, our Beggar's Pizza gatherings; and so much, much
more. You know, I never heard him once complain about his battling MS; oh, he would say he had this to do and that to do, but always in a positive manner. He never looked back, but always what tomorrows would bring. He was just a tremendous person filled with so much energy and life. We sure had a lot of great times together and on this past Friday, we were just talking about when the next "movie night and Beggar's get-together" should be.

Rest in peace old friend and I know you are in a better place, but the loss of your physical presence sure does hurt.

Dennis Carlson, class of ' 67.



----


Beautifully put, Dennis, and I concur. Dave was a very special man and we are all richer for having known him. In fact, we are all here together on the Yahoo Empehi list because we knew him, and because he recognized the
importance of our classmates continuing to interact as we aged. He was a moderator of this list since it was begun on February 9, 2002.

RIP 
poolmstr4@aol.com

Taffy Cannon, June '66


David Noren has passed today. We will always remember how brave he was. and most of all his wit. He was a true friend. and all of us from Morgan Park will greatly miss him. I’m sure all of us have great memories of Dave.

Karen Holck Ketterman


More on David at:



Guest Book





The Legacy.com Guest Book on Chicago Tribune for DAVID A. NOREN has received one or more new entries or photo album submissions.

 
Visit the Guest Book.
This Guest Book will remain online until 8/26/2011.  You may Sponsor the Guest Book for a longer period or purchase a professionally printed and bound version as a gift or personal keepsake. 


More ways to Honor and Remember:
Send Sympathy Flowers
Flowers are a time-honored way to express condolences.
Purchase a Printed Guest Book
Order a professionally printed and bound keepsake.
Create a Memorial Website
Create a lasting legacy with a memorial website.
If you have any questions, please contact us.

Thank you,

Legacy.com


























David Noren








David Noren Passed Away Suddenly. He was a fine man, and will be missed. 




Karen Holck Ketterman is in the photo with David, Our dear friend

We will post info regarding services as it becomes available. You will be missed, Dave! Rest in Peace.

Julie Marschand




I am sorry to have to convey this message to you all, but our friend and fellow EMPEHI-ite, Dave Noren, has passed away, suddenly sometime today. Oh my goodness, what a shocker!! There aren't any details as yet. I'll pass along any news and updates when I receive them.

I wish there was more information that I could provide, other than I am sure going to miss him; his sense of humor, his wit, his cleverness, his astuteness when it came to politics & history, his smile and laughter; our "bad movie nights" and yes, our Beggar's Pizza gatherings; and so much, much
more. You know, I never heard him once complain about his battling MS; oh, he would say he had this to do and that to do, but always in a positive manner. He never looked back, but always what tomorrows would bring. He was just a tremendous person filled with so much energy and life. We sure had a lot of great times together and on this past Friday, we were just talking about when the next "movie night and Beggar's get-together" should be.

Rest in peace old friend and I know you are in a better place, but the loss of your physical presence sure does hurt.

Dennis Carlson, class of ' 67.



----


Beautifully put, Dennis, and I concur. Dave was a very special man and we are all richer for having known him. In fact, we are all here together on the Yahoo Empehi list because we knew him, and because he recognized the
importance of our classmates continuing to interact as we aged. He was a moderator of this list since it was begun on February 9, 2002.

RIP 
poolmstr4@aol.com

Taffy Cannon, June '66


David Noren has passed today. We will always remember how brave he was. and most of all his wit. He was a true friend. and all of us from Morgan Park will greatly miss him. I’m sure all of us have great memories of Dave.

Karen Holck Ketterman


More on David at:



Guest Book




The Legacy.com Guest Book on Chicago Tribune for DAVID A. NOREN has received one or more new entries or photo album submissions.

 
Visit the Guest Book.
This Guest Book will remain online until 8/26/2011.  You may Sponsor the Guest Book for a longer period or purchase a professionally printed and bound version as a gift or personal keepsake. 


More ways to Honor and Remember:
Send Sympathy Flowers
Flowers are a time-honored way to express condolences.
Purchase a Printed Guest Book
Order a professionally printed and bound keepsake.
Create a Memorial Website
Create a lasting legacy with a memorial website.
If you have any questions, please contact us.

Thank you,

Legacy.com


























RC Antonides Morgan Park Foundation





RC Antonides Morgan Park Foundation
"Supporting Morgan Park High School's Academic, Activities, Arts, Athletic and Auditorium Programs"

  
Dear Friends of Morgan Park High School,

With school back in session and the summer winding down, fundraising for renovation Blackwelder Hall is back in full swing again.  We're excited about reaching out to as many alumni and supporters of Morgan Park High School as we can, in order to raise interest and participation in this worthy project. 

You'll find pictures of the old chairs and the new replacement chairs in the first attachment and a donation form in the second attachment.

This renovation project can be accomplished quickly and fully, with everyone's help.  We've received heart-warming reactions of gratitude from students and their families, faculty, administrators and other supporters of Morgan Park High School.  They are amazed and thankful that we have taken on the renovation of Blackwelder Hall, a place we hold dear in our memories.

Please take a look at the pictures, then please print the donation form and take a moment right now to give back to Morgan Park High School.  Your donation, large or small, will be tremendously appreciated.  We'd be happy if you'd pass this email along to any and all who may be interested in lending their support, too.

Thank you!

Sincerely,
Barbara Carlson Spencer, Class of 1962
RCAMPF VP; Treasurer



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RC Antonides Morgan Park Foundation





RC Antonides Morgan Park Foundation
"Supporting Morgan Park High School's Academic, Activities, Arts, Athletic and Auditorium Programs"

  
Dear Friends of Morgan Park High School,

With school back in session and the summer winding down, fundraising for renovation Blackwelder Hall is back in full swing again.  We're excited about reaching out to as many alumni and supporters of Morgan Park High School as we can, in order to raise interest and participation in this worthy project. 

You'll find pictures of the old chairs and the new replacement chairs in the first attachment and a donation form in the second attachment.

This renovation project can be accomplished quickly and fully, with everyone's help.  We've received heart-warming reactions of gratitude from students and their families, faculty, administrators and other supporters of Morgan Park High School.  They are amazed and thankful that we have taken on the renovation of Blackwelder Hall, a place we hold dear in our memories.

Please take a look at the pictures, then please print the donation form and take a moment right now to give back to Morgan Park High School.  Your donation, large or small, will be tremendously appreciated.  We'd be happy if you'd pass this email along to any and all who may be interested in lending their support, too.

Thank you!

Sincerely,
Barbara Carlson Spencer, Class of 1962
RCAMPF VP; Treasurer



2 attachments — Download all attachments  
New Auditorium Chairs.docxNew Auditorium Chairs.docx
595K   
View   Download  
Chair Donation Form.docxChair Donation Form.docx
12K   
View   Download  


Friday, August 20, 2010

MPHS Alums Discuss Social Security - Age 62 versus 66



MPHS Grads Discuss Social Security


We have been discussing the relative merits of taking Social Security at age 62 versus 66 on our Yahoo Empehi Group page.  Hard to believe that we are that old. And thanks for reminding us.


The web site below discusses the issue in some detail. In general, if you will keep working after 62, you should not take social security until age 66. If you retire at 62, you should probably take it. You don't lose by not taking it early because it goes up about 8% a year for each year you delay taking it, all the way to 70.  But each situation is different, so take a good look at your own needs.


http://www.nysscpa.org/cpajournal/2006/606/essentials/p42.htm



Guess Who the Morgan Park Alums in the Photo Above Are?

Two points if you guess correctly
Guess before looking below for the right answer



















Will Hepburn, Don Martensen, and Ken Zalga MPHS 1967+-


Just Kidding




Woke up feeling pretty good today
and then someone sent this photo of…





Eddie Haskell, The Beaver and Wally!