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Hey Mark.....you forgot me! I went to school in that house too, remember? - Judi Hatfield Schneider
To Jim Hatch:
Hm......... I have to admit I don't remember. I hope you're right and that he went. He would have loved it. I didn't make it to Woodstock, but I was at what I call the "Pre-Woodstock" in Atlantic City, New Jersey (called the Atlantic City Pop Festival) just a few weeks before, where the same bands played........Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, The Byrds, Joe Cocker,......well you get it. Had I known Woodstock was going to happen, I would stayed up there. And you're right about the hitchhiking. It's hard to believe I did that too - out to California and back in 1970 or 71'. Those were the days......definitely more safe and free. By the way Mr. Hatch, I will be in your neck of the woods in July, 2018 - doing a Bike and Barge trip.
Oh, the memories I have of you, Jim. Almost all of them are at the little house where I grew up in Forest Park. If I remember correctly, you were an only child, which explains why you loved hanging out at my house. You told me so many times how you loved being there with me and my four crazy siblings. There was always chaos (a lot of it) and you loved being part of it. And we loved having you there. I hope you are surrounded by love and siblings wherever you are and so sorry that you had to leave this earth so soon. Thank you for being part of my life. My childhood and youth would not have been the same. I love you lots.
- from Judi Hatfield Schneider
Posted on: Nov 02, 2015 at 4:33 AM
Posted on: Oct 04, 2014 at 12:33 PM
To Lyn's family: I vividly remember Lyn as being such a cute and sweet girl who was always so nice to everyone. She was just 3 days younger than me and I remember we used to talk about how we couldn't drive at the same time as our classmates and were among the "young ones." She was still young at the time she died - too young to be leaving her family, her "kids" in her classes and their families. Having been a teacher though, she touched countless lives and will never be forgotten by them or by her GHS classmates. I extend my deepest sympathies to everyone who had the pleasure of knowing her.
- Judi Hatfield Schneider