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WHERE ARE THEY NOW


WHERE WE LIVE


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1 lives in Alabama
5 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
11 live in California
5 live in Colorado
4 live in Florida
5 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
2 live in Idaho
2 live in Illinois
1 lives in Indiana
4 live in Kansas
2 live in Maryland
1 lives in Massachusetts
1 lives in Michigan
4 live in Minnesota
3 live in Missouri
1 lives in Montana
95 live in Nebraska
1 lives in Nevada
2 live in New Jersey
1 lives in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
1 lives in North Carolina
2 live in Ohio
1 lives in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Dakota
1 lives in Tennessee
7 live in Texas
1 lives in Virginia
4 live in Washington
2 live in Wisconsin
23 location unknown

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JOINED CLASSMATES


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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Todd Fullerton
April 6, 1955 - May 8, 2018
Celebration of Todd's Live
Saturday July 14th
Any time after 3:00pm
4600 Waverly Road, Lincoln, NE

please RSVP to
celebratetodd@gmail.com
need to make sure there is enough food for all!!
Food provide-BYOB

"I love you for my life, you are a friend of mine and when my life is over, remember when we were together" Leon Russell

Good Morning to all my classmates. It saddens me to bring you this news and some of you already know, Todd Fullerton passed away May 8th, 2018. His two girls Micha Fullerton and Jessey Wright would really like to have Todd's Celebration of Life meet his wishes. We believe Todd passed from natural causes, and was very much unexpected. The things I am going to say next are what Todd wanted and before Tim Sorrell even knew it was his wish, he stepped up to extend his place to have the Celebration. Of course this would be in that fabulous 2 story barn on Tim's property that he remodeled. Todd loved music so there will possibly be a DJ to play all of Todd's and all of our favorite songs. There is a fire pit, horse shoes and other games to enjoy and lots of parking to the west of the barn. Todd also wanted his girls and family to take his ashes to Hawaii. This too will be a huge expense for them. They are determined to make his wishes come true. They are shooting for middle of July for the Celebration at Tim’s. There will be a cost involved so the girls are trying to figure out a way to request donations without using the Go-fund me page since it cost the contributor. When they come up with their request they will post it on Todd’s FB page and I will post it on here for them. Rest in Peace Todd. 😥

Dear LSE Class of 1973,

I am writing to you in regard to the upcoming party that we will be having on March 28th to celebrate Topher Hansen’s selection as an LSE Distinguished Alumnus. At Topher’s request, we are also going to make this celebration an opportunity to raise money to benefit LSE. I contacted the principal at LSE, Mr. Brent Toalson, for suggestions of projects we could support. Currently, he is establishing a Service Hall of Fame, which will recognize LSE graduates who participated in notable community service projects. In order to graduate, LPS students are required to fulfill a 20-hour community service requirement. The purpose of this requirement is to provide students with an opportunity to demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential for living in a democracy and becoming a contributing member of society. In my opinion, this is a great project for the LSE Class of 1973 to support.

If you feel inclined to make a donation to LSE in support of the Service Hall of Fame project, then I recommend that you send a check directly to LSE. Make the check out to Lincoln Southeast High School and note on the memo portion of your check that this is for the Service Hall of Fame Project. LSE will send you a letter indicating the amount of your donation for tax purposes. If your company is interested in making a matching donation, then contact Mr. Toalson’s office and you will be provided with the LSE tax identification number. The contact information for LSE is as follows:

Lincoln Southeast High School
2930 South 37th Street
Lincoln, NE 68506
402-436-1304

If you desire to make a donation, then any amount will be appreciated. Fittingly, Topher made the first donation towards this project in the amount of $100.00. If you would like to join Topher in this effort, then some of our creative classmates have suggested the following donation amounts: $19.73, $40.00 (in honor of our last reunion), and $73.00 Whatever amount you choose to donate, know that you are making a difference by recognizing LSE graduates who are making a difference. On behalf of the LSE Class of 1973 Reunion Committee, I want to express my heartfelt gratitude to you for celebrating Topher’s accomplishments and for supporting such a worthwhile project.

Sincerely,

Kevin Miller

Dear LSE Class of 1973,

Recently, I spoke with Mr. Brent Toalson, LSE Principal, and he informed me that the LSE Class of 1973 contributed $715.00 thus far towards the Service Hall of Fame Project. He said that approximately $2,000.00 will be needed in order to implement this project. Because of your support, Mr. Toalson has made a good start towards helping this project become a reality.

During our party on March 28th celebrating Topher Hansen's induction into the LSE Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame, we were informed by Topher of a potential project that we may want to consider supporting in the future. Topher, in conjunction with Mr. Toalson and with several other members of the LSE Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame, is proposing the establishment of a scholarship for an LSE student who demonstrates exemplary leadership qualities. There are many attributes that define strong leadership, but certainly service to community is one of them. Topher stated that it would take approximately $27,000.00 to establish this scholarship and have it be sustaining. That is a significant amount to raise. However, because several other LSE graduating classes will be involved in addition to the Class of 1973,it is possible. I will update you about this project as it evolves.

In closing, I want to thank you once again for supporting the LSE Service Hall of Fame Project. Topher and so many others in the Class of 1973 exemplify the importance of service to the community. I commend you for supporting this project and, more importantly, for what you do everyday to support worthwhile causes in your community.

Sincerely,

Kevin Miller

What a wonderful reunion!!!

I hope everyone had as much fun as I did and took lots of pictures to share.  Here are some helpful hints to get those pictures uploaded so registered classmates can enjoy them even if they weren't able to attend.

Click on THE ROUND TABLE from the menu on the left.

Click on the Gallery named 40th Reunion and follow the directions to create your own gallery and upload your pictures! 

Chris Oosting Bryant

Welcome to the Lincoln Southeast High Class Of 1973 web site. 

We hope everyone from our class will register and keep their profile updated with current contact information.  

NEXT UP?  2023 -- the GOLD & BLACK 50th REUNION!