AKA Pippa Kilbourn Italian studies at Trinity (UofT), Middlebury College (MA), OISE (B.Ed) then taught in Italy (Venice, Varese) before coming home to teach Intl BA studies at Weston CI. Father was William Kilbourn, academic, author, Toronto city Councillor.
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Singer-songwriter From Wikipedia: Iis an American-born Canadian singer-songwriter, record producer, session musician, and actor. Covering a wide variety of genres, he has written songs for a number of well-known artists, including Diana Ross, Rod Stewart, Cher, Bette Midler, Chicago, Manhattan Transfer, Joe Cocker, Olivia Newton-John, The Nylons, Molly Johnson, Josh Groban and his wife, Amy Sky.
Financial Planner? Retired in Peterborough.
Married Dr. David Salter (Class of 1968), son of famous Sick Kids surgeon. Lives in Washington, DC.
Retired in Alliston Involved in school spirit, Honour J, VP student council, Trainer for football, basketball, and track teams. Earned Masters degree in night school. Happily married to an Aussie since 1975. Two kids, one of each and two grandchildren. Worked up thru the computer food chain: data input/output, computer operator, senior computer operator, programmer,
Jon Reid: was in our year and a close friend of mine. He moved to New Zealand with Dr. Barbara Shafer, his second wife, about 1985, and still lives, I believe, in Auckland. I think they have two sons – Christopher and Daniel.
Retired Toronto to Star, Globe & Mail journalist/ later public relations. Oliver Bertin: He is as flamboyant ever. Commonly referred to as Loudstein!! Still tells the same jokes!
Professor of Intellectual History at University of Calgary Edited the 1967 yearbook; wrote and produced two parodies “Mac the Knife” and “Omelette, Prince of a Somewhat Rotten State” Interview on Google http://theyyscene.com/2012/06/14/ffwd-ron-glasberg-university-of-calgary-professor-and-our-readers-pick-for-the-citys-best/ Ron Glasberg University of Calgary professor and our readers’ pick for the city’s best The YY Scene: Calgary’s Go-To Guide to Getting Out
Retired MD in Whitby, Ont, now Judit Judy Gaal: Started at U of T in September 1968 in Science and finished there in 1977 with several letters after my name – BSc, MSc (Pharmacology) and MD. After internship and residency, I started my medical career working part time as an emergency physician and as a
Drummer, band leader Blues drummer, Silver Leaf Jazz Men (established in 1974). Played drums in Downchild Blues Band back in Grossman Tavern days when we were in university. Died before his wife, Linda Annis, who died in 2008 (from her obit). “Linda and Dennis were very involved with the Silver Leaf Jazz Band and after