Palm Beach High School

The "School on the Hill" in West Palm Beach, FL

Raymond Henry Burrer
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  • Springfield, TN
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Retired almost ten years ago from WIX Corp. Living in the Nashville, Tenn. area (Springfield, Tenn.). Married 41 + yrs., two children and three grandchildren. Hobbies include motorcycling, a little fly fishing, SEC football with an emphasis on Tenn. Vols, Traveling abroad, and reading.

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At 6:22pm on July 12, 2010, James Richard Burrer said…
I'm validating my brother here. I graduated with the class of '53. Richard Burrer
At 10:17pm on April 1, 2010, Pam Ketter Browning said…
Hi Ray, I've been having trouble with the message function here, so I'm going to try a comment in reply to yours. It was good to hear from you. We've been busy with the usual since we saw you in November. I agree with you - the old days were the best! Not that I'd want to give up my computer or my microwave oven....
:-) Maybe you should come to our Class of '60 reunion with Ed and Carol? We'll all know more people than we did at the November soiree, so it will be 3 days of fun, fun, fun, till my daddy takes the T-Bird away. (Rock and roll is here to stay.....)
At 3:16pm on March 21, 2010, John David Wright said…
Wow! I remember that incident -- thought I had paid it *ALL* off -- repaired the damaged planter myself, had my punctured gastank replaced (that cost dearly), 'explained' it all to Mr Comstock & to my dad (psychologically VERY painful), cleaned up the mess. Fortunately, the full tank of gas than went down the storm drain cost only 24c/gallon back then. Was without my beloved turquoise '39 Chrysler for TWO WHOLE WEEKS !!!



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