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Date Posted: 14:57:58 12/05/02 Thu
Author: Paul Miller
Subject: Scarborough School

A quick posting from Paul Miller, Class of '65. Thanks to Ned for setting this up. I am here in Armonk where I have been for 20 years and before that a mile away in P'ville. Wife Debby and son Luke 22years old. Currently retired from a successful nightgown business and having fun trying to play golf and getting ready to look for something more substantial. Still see some Scarborough alumni fairly frequently and e-mail some others. Among them are John agnello, Steve Heyman, Steve Meyer, George Luthin, Frank Laskey, Shawn Bayer and Helen Lederer. Would love to see or communicate with more. Still miss the place and all it did for me. Wish it had been ther for our kids.
Best to all.
Paul Miller

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[> Good to hear from you -- Ned Depew '63, 10:32:31 01/08/03 Wed

Paul -

thanks for posting. I have heard from a few others who have been here and tried to post, without success. I have included posting instructions below that should make the procedure clearer.

Like you, I am sorry that the kind of education that was available to us at Scarborough wasn't around for my own children. Although they did get a pretty good education, in my opinion, the ideological breadth, the intellectual excellence, and the social cohesiveness were all factors that made Scarborough so special, and something that is difficult to find in the current academic climate.

I hope others will take advantage of this site and use it to re-establish and expand the kinds of connections you are talking about.



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