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In 1963 (above)

Patty at the 40th reunion.

It was heart-wrenching to leave Plainfield at the end of 9th grade and move to Venice, Florida. You all were always “my class”. I married my high school sweetheart Tom Reiter in our senior year of college. He was commissioned as an Air Force Officer upon graduation and we were stationed at Air Force Bases in Colorado, Virginia, California, Georgia, & Ohio….in the first four years! …Then he was in Viet Nam off and on for three years. We had two wonderful children, Rick and Robin. When Tom returned from Nam we were stationed in Sacramento, California for eight years. I got into real estate and into the fast moving life of the 70’s! Divorced in ‘79 and returned to Venice, Fl to raise my children. I was a Real Estate Broker and General Contractor when I got the call to go into ministry. My youngest daughter went to college the same week I went into the seminary in Kansas City, Mo. I was ordained in 1991 and served two ministries in Nashville, TN before moving back to my “hometown” and accepting the ministry at Unity Church of Venice where I've been Senior Paster for ten years. My daughter, Robin Reiter, is also a Unity Minister is now working with me in the ministry at this same church, which is a great joy. My son, Rick is a golf course superintendent at North Palm Beach Country Club. He is married, and has given me two beautiful grandchildren. His daughter Hayley graduated from high school last weekend and is entering the University of Florida in August. My grandson is in 10th grade and a cross country track star. I am so blessed and very thankful for my years in Plainfield that gave me such a great start in life. I will not be able to make it to the 50th reunion but will be thinking of everyone then.

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Pat Nichols and Mike Galyan exchange hats at the picnic.

Pat, looking good, in Bud Wiseman's 57 chevy.