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Morrie Maislin
2017-12-08 02:42:52
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Albert Malka
2017-12-08 02:43:09
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Bill Mannard
2017-12-08 02:43:31
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Robert Manus
November 16, 1950 (819) 216-6878 NEW YORK CITY NY US Business Single 2018-09-16 11:58:42
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Steve Mariano
January 21, 1951 (514) 630-4213 Beaconsfield QC CA H9W 4N5 Retired Married 2 2018-01-22 09:27:45
I graduated from McGill in 1972 with a BSC and in 1975 with a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering.  Married in 1976 and have a son and daughter.  Worked at a number of engineering companies.  I have lived mostly in Montreal with a stay in San Diego and Paris.  Now still happily married, and retired playing golf, curling, and skiing.  Do some web site and electronics design work as well. Send Steve a MessageSend Steve a Message
Brahm Martz
(604) 603-5731 245 Forest Ridge Road Saltspring Island BC CA V8K 1W4 Lawyer Married 2 2018-01-26 12:07:35
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Katherine Mathewson
2017-12-08 02:44:34
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Lori May
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2017-12-10 19:10:54
Eric Mazoff
2017-12-08 02:45:06
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Bill McDiarmid
2017-12-08 09:26:22
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Gord McDiarmid
2017-12-08 09:26:39
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Bruce McEwen
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December 26, 1950 (250) 585-5713 5280 Norton Road Nanaimo BC CA V9T 0B9 Retired Married 2018-05-31 00:34:45
Been retired for about 10 years now.  Was working in Austin Texas, as a software developer, at the time I retired, but moved back to Canada (we could afford Nanaimo!) in 2012.
​After high school, I enrolled at McGill, in Honours Mathematics.  After 2 1/2 years, I decided to leave McGill, and went to work at the Royal Bank of Canada, where I had been working summers - the calculus of n-dimensional objects (n>3) was getting way too abstract for me when compared to writing software for the bank's mainframe computers (starting on an IBM S/360 Model 30 with 16Kb of storage, for those who are familiar with those things).  Howard's comment that we all walk around with more computing power (in our phones and even our fitbits) than the mainframe computers of old is certainly true!
In 1979, the Bank moved us all from Montreal to Toronto, and we moved to Mississauga, becoming GO-train commuters.
​In 1980, Kathy and I got married, and held the reception in our backyard, which backed out onto a park.
​In 1982, we moved into an old three-storey house in the High Park area of Toronto (everyone remember 18% first mortgages?), in walking distance to the subway. 
​By 1985, I was tiring somewhat of working at the Bank, and started working at a series of three-lettered consulting firms in Toronto (DMR, followed by CGI, followed by LGS).  That was certainly interesting, but perhaps a little stressful - there were a few times when I was sent on consulting assignments where I had to read the appropriate "XXX for Dummies" book on the flight to the location!
​In the mid-1990s, I ended up working for IBM Canada, in a team doing software support for Canada and the United States, for IBM's mainframe operating system software - that was sometimes challenging too, though at least we had a lot of tools to diagnose, and sometimes reproduce, customer problems.
​At the end of 1997, I got a job working for BMC Software, working out of Austin, Texas.  Getting, and keeping, the necessary work visas to do that was sometimes a problem, but in the end, we were able to get green cards based on Kathy's father (whose mother was a US citizen).
​In Austin, we built a new house on a corner lot, with a swimming pool and a bit of a view of the beginnings of the Texas hill country.
​So, in 2008, I was able to retire (Kathy did the next year), and we settled in to retirement, enjoying the climate, and doing a little bit of international travelling, along with touring around the US southwest in our VW campervan. 
​As nice as Austin is, however, it still is in Texas, and in the United States, and eventually that all became unpalatable (all the reasons behind that are too much to go into in this forum), so we decided to come back to Canada.
​Where in Canada was the problem, because Toronto (from whence we had left to go to Austin) and Vancouver, with its nicer climate, were just too expensive to get the kind of house we wanted (even Maple Ridge was too far, and not that inexpensive, at the time).
​Which is how we ended up in Nanaimo, British Columbia, initially in a townhouse, but now we have a new detached home on a hill with a lovely view of Georgia Strait and the Sunshine Coast.  

Looking forward to catching up with all of the 1968 MRHS graduates (and 1964 graduates from Miss Jones' class at Carlyle, too!).
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Simmy Mendelson
2018-08-03 14:28:57
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Malcolm Miller
2018-01-29 09:41:27
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Shelley Miller (Mantell)
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March 15, 1951 (760) 327-4188 (760) 323-7259 420 W. Santa Elena Road Palm Springs CA US 92262 Dietitian (now retired) Married 2018-08-19 19:10:31
From 1968-1972 I attended McGill University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree (my ambition). A few years later I went back to Macdonald College to study nutrition and dietetics. I completed my dietetic internship at the Royal Victoria Hospital and worked as a clinical dietitian for a couple of years. In 1980 I went to Palm Springs to visit my parents who were wintering there and met Barry, a bachelor (my probable destination).....but not for long. We got married in 1982. I worked at Desert Regional Center from 1982-1993 and had a Private Practice until I retired in 2009. 

Barry and I don't have children but we have a full life...family, friends and of course, many interests...some different and some mutual. Barry is an avid bird watcher. I am a birder's spouse which means that I support him in his habit by birding and traveling with him to wonderful places. I also enjoy swimming, yoga, folkdancing and mah jongg. 

I have volunteered for several charities over the years and have chaired many events. I have an appreciation of all that is involved in event planning. Thanks to the committee members for undertaking this major project and for your time and effort. I know the 50th reunion will be a memorable event!

By the way, I still think a smile is a curved line that sets everything straight and I still dislike phony people. Some things never change.

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Suzanne Miller (Halegoua)
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May 28, 1951 (215) 728-4069 (215) 292-4994 14 Teak Lane Princeton NJ US 08540 Professor of Oncology www.foxchase.org Married 2 2018-09-02 08:44:45
I don't get back to Montreal as often as i would like so this is a treat on a number of levels!  I graduated From McGill Univeristy in Honours Psychology, which was a department ahead of its time, especially in neuroscience.  Two of my profs (one being Ron Melzack) were taking sabbaticals in London England and so I trotted off after them and did my post graduate work at the famed Royal Bethlam and Maudsley Hospitals (Institute of Psychiatry, University of London).  I almost stayed in the UK after graduating, but i was always off to Paris at the first opportunity as I had family, friends, and colleagues there.  And great food and museums and skies.  I met my first husband in Paris (a Frenchman who was Provost at Princeton Univerity in the US) just as his brother was winning the Nobel prize in Medicine.  Exciting times.  Baruj still remains the only Sephard to win the prize in Medicine. Paul and I married and I eventually went to the US and spent two years with Paul at Stanford where I was a Prof in the Psych department and we spent many happy times in Napa and Sonoma.  Ah well all sabbaticals end and we went to Princeton where i had a busy but fascinating life as a Madame Provost, a Maman, and as they say, an academic in my own right.  I am a clinician, a scientist, and a mentor.  In 1986 we were blessed with Nicolas, our son, who founded a theatre comapny in NYC called the Assembly (check it out) and is also doing a PhD in perfoming arts.  Natasha our daughter came along in 1989 and, after graduating Princeton Univeristy, worked in NYC and is now doing an MBA at UCLA (and living the life on the beach at Santa Monica).  I have travelled all over the world lecturing and consulting but always get back to France and also Italy. I am currently married to Isaak (Ino) Halegoua, an MD who is an internist and cardioligst.  Still living in and loving Princeton, with this amazing community of scholars, humaritarians, and even expat Canadians, tucked away in this extraordinary hamlet where the influence of Einstein and others is always felt.  Hugs galore to the organizers for making this reunion a reality! Send Suzanne a MessageSend Suzanne a Message
Gaby Minz
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May 29, 1951 (514) 244-1650 (514) 684-4859 86 Canterbury Dollard des Ormeaux QC CA H9B 2G6 Family doctor Married 3 2018-09-16 18:26:35
On the the 25th High School Reunion I was  in Montreal,married,with 3 children and living and working in the West
Island of Montreal.That has not changed except I am older and hopefully wiser.
   I have been a family doctor in Dorval,Quebec for 35 years and am
thankfull for a fullfilling career.I hope to retire within the next year and plan to travel,if my health holds up, to exotic places.
   High school was an awkward time for me and I suppose for many of my classmates.I can't say I excelled in school in anyway but that
came later in University and at medical school in Strasbourg,France
where my knowledge of  french finally caught up to me.I would like to commemorate Mr. Wilkinson the principal of our high school who by instituting a dress code and running a tight ship gave an impression that we were in a special school.It was a treat reading some of the biographies of what some of our student body has achieved and I look forward to meeting a few of you at our reunion.
  Hats off to the organizing commitee for all the effort they have put into  organizing this special occasion.
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Margaret Morris (Connors)
2017-12-08 10:27:17
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Tony Morrison
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2017-12-10 18:49:26
Brenda Morse
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2017-12-10 18:49:44
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