TP75 Grads Sherry Giglia, Paul Makovich and Jane Barnes at the Sea Turtle Inn.
Special July 24 -25 rates are available at the Crown Point Riverfront. Sunset Side rates are $ 89.00 per night and Riverfront rates are $99.00 per night. The Crown Point Riverfront offers a very safe location to spend your reunion weekend and is offering free parking and is only a $ 12.00 cab ride to Everbank Field. Call Brenda Campbell at 904-396-8843 to book your reunion weekend at the Crown Point Riverfront.
Classmates have started asking for details about our 40th year class reunion. Our Friday night event July 24, 2015 will be held at the BUD ZONE at Everbank Field with our class names up in lights on the new scoreboards! The Sandalwood Class of 75' will be holding their 40th reunion the same time and same place as our reunion. Over 1/3 of the Arlington / Fort Caroline Junior High classmates moved on the Sandalwood instead on TP. Both 75' graduates from SW and TP have expressed their excitement about meeting up with former classmates they have not seen since 1972! Our big Saturday night event will be held at the Terrace Suite also at Everbank Field, July 25, 2015 @ 6:00PM!
ATTENTION TP75 Single Ladies! TP75 Grad and Heartthrob Tom Kinsella has moved BAX to JAX after living in Orlando for many years. Tom lives on the Southside in the Bartram Park neighborhood and is an investigator for Allstate Insurance.
TP75 Grads Betty Morgan Carantza and Marsha Broome Bunnell recently spent a wonderful day together. They have known each other since the 10th grade, were college roommates and in each others weddings. Even though they don't see each other often and hardly ever talk on the phone there is a sisterly bond that will never fade. GO BRAVES!
On August 14, 2014 TP75 Grad William (Bill) Quint passed away after a long battle with liver cancer and kidney failure in Colorado. Bill led a very interesting life. At Terry Parker he was a good student, football player and friend. Bill was a member of the 82nd Airborne and attended Texas Tech and The University of Texas. In his later life Bill lived a “Grizzly Adams” lifestyle on top of a Colorado mountain. Bill is survived by his mother, stepfather, two sons and three sisters. Please leave your thoughts for Bill at the In Memory section of TP75.com.