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Aug 19, 2019 at 4:33 AM
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Nov 28, 2018 at 11:44 AM
Linda Cohen Mitchell has left an In Memory comment for Barbara Barnett.
Nov 27, 2018 at 12:33 PM

Barbara was a friend from Wiley.  She was in my home room along with Sandi Beck and Linda Mittleman. The four of us had sleepovers mostly at Linda Mittleman’s who lived in a beautiful home.  I remember Barbara always loved theatre and I’m happy to know she was involved in some aspects of theatre in NYC. Never saw her again at Heights...but David Brown, we Wiley girls never knew you either. Guess it was almost impossible to know everyone in such a large class.  May her memory bea blessing along with Sandi’s.

David Brown has left an In Memory comment for Barbara Barnett.
Nov 26, 2018 at 12:33 PM




I did not know Barbara from school. Not a bit ...didn’t recognize her from her yearbook pic either. However I did live in NYC (Manhattan) for 34 years. I wonder how close I came to her as NYC is a bit of a small town. Were we ever at the same events; at a restarant a table apart. Did we sit across from one another on the subway..when I used to take those infernal beasts.  Maybe she danced next to me at that stupid drug infused disco: Studio 54 or sat in front of me at cineste Quad Cinemas...or maybe she was at the bar the Lionshead or at the Carlyle? I will never know. It unsettles me that she did not appear to have a life partner. NYC is particularly cruel for women who who age out and end up mostly alone.


Today I know of some. They had careers when then were young. Today they hold on to their jobs is the same old, tiny and now worn out rent stabilized apartments that the landlord will kill to get away from them. These were attractive women who had affairs maybe with a long term boyfriend who came out as gay or with a boss or married man who never left the wife he was always just about to leave.The first building I lived in back in 1974 was filled with them....women who aged out...and I knew then I could not let that happen to me; although the single older men seemed to tend to drink out early.

I have no idea what happened with Barbara but her spare obit raised the above questions. I hope her life was rich and full and mostly what she wanted. If there is an afterlife. I would love to sit and converse with her out our "Glory Days"" in NYC. I am sure we had much in common. And because of our mutual history I think I knew her our former classmate well.





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Nov 25, 2018 at 8:33 PM

I remember her as a friendly kind girl.  May her memory be a blessing.

Nov 25, 2018 at 4:33 PM

Baruch Dayan Emet 71 is so young

William O'Neill has left an In Memory comment for Harold "Bud" Nolder.
Nov 18, 2018 at 4:33 PM



Bill Oneill, Chagrin FAlls 




Bud was such a unique guy.  We were car guys together, and I had a 58 BMW Isetta (looked like a three wheeler) and Bud had a Fiat van with windows....was probably the first minivan!  He was quiet and thoughtful and we discussed Vietnam at one of the reuinions.  Bud and I hung out with Jeff Erisman and Walt Natemeyer and I still remember his wry sly smile with soft sarcasm mixed in.  Best wishes to his family.  See you brother.




David Brown has left an In Memory comment for Harold "Bud" Nolder.
Nov 17, 2018 at 12:33 PM

From the local paper:

Headline Surfer

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- A 71-year-ol motorist died shortly after transport to Florida Hospital New Smyrna Beach on Saturday morning after crashing his motor vehivcle into a utility pole that may have been precipitated by a medical episode, New Smyrna Beach cops said.

Here is a symopsis of what occurred that led to the death of Harold Lynn Nolder as described by NSBPD Lt. Shane Riggle in an email to alert to Headline Surfer: 

At around 9:34 a.m. (Staturday)  morning, New Smyrna Beach Police were dispatched to a call in reference to a single vehicle motor vehicle accident with injuries. The vehicle, occupied solely by its driver Harold L. Nolder, was traveling northbound in the 300 block of North Dixie Freeway when for unknown reasons the vehicle left the roadway striking a utility pole," Riggle wrote in his email. 

"Mr. Nolder was treated for life threatening injuries on scene by New Smyrna Beach Fire/Rescue," Riggle continued, adding, "Mr. Nolder was unable to be stabilized on scene and was transported to Florida Hospital New Smyrna Beach by New Smyrna Beach Fire/Rescue. However, life-saving efforts failed and Mr. Nolder was pronounced deceased a short time later by the ER doctor. It is suspected that Mr. Nolder suffered from an unknown medical episode prior to the crash.

NSBPD Lt. Shane Riggle / Headline Surfer





Jun 26, 2018 at 8:33 AM

I don't remember Barbara, but then again I remember very little of my days at Heigihts...having skirts checked to see they weren't too short  learning about world history (Nessel Rhodes Pie and POlitical science and theatre and dreaming of living in Israel where I know live. But this really moved me and touched me to the depths. How fragile our time on this earth is and may we alal be zoche to fulfill that which HaSHem has put us here to do. May her friends and family be comforted by her memory.

David Brown has left an In Memory comment for Barbara Herman Stein.
Jun 25, 2018 at 8:33 PM


Short obit ....but the memory video is nice and contains the same photo as her profile:



Ralph Solonitz has left an In Memory comment for Barbara Herman Stein.
Jun 23, 2018 at 12:33 PM

Bless her memory...

Charles Peterman has left an In Memory comment for Bill Needle.
Jun 02, 2018 at 12:33 PM


               Bill Needle was an awesome Guy. Very compassionate about life and people. I cannot believe he has departed. He was in my Homeroom and we had Fun and enjoyed discussing many topics, especially "The Browns" & "Indians". He made life Fun and would always Cheer me up, especially during those long wintery days in Cleveland. He was a loyal Friend and Life will not be as upbeat without him. Rest in peace Bill, I hope you are enjoying walking the streets of gold. 

Chuck Peterman....."CHHS 65" 

David Brown has left an In Memory comment for Bill Needle.
Jun 02, 2018 at 12:33 PM

Obituary for William "Bill" David Needle

William "Bill" David Needle, a 10-year resident of Lexington, died peacefully at home on Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Bill is survived by his loving wife, Sally Mudd Chapman Needle, his cherished daughter, Cameron Needle Teacoach, son-in-law Jon Teacoach, grandson Bennett, sister Geri Weiss, brother-in-law Allan Weiss, and three step-children, Amy, Marc and Steven. He was preceded in death by parents Alice and Manny Needle. With Bill's marriage to Sally he was welcomed into their large and loving family with many new brothers, sisters, children and grandchildren. He is also remembered by many cousins, friends and colleagues from coast to coast. Bill was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on February 13, 1948. Bill was a true renaissance man. He was a teacher, mentor, radio show host, and sports personality in Cleveland, Atlanta and Lexington. With a life long love of learning Bill earned a Master's in History at age 69 from the University of Kentucky. Prior to becoming a Wildcat (well an alumni and modest fan) Bill was a proud Polar Bear having graduated from Ohio Northern University in 1970 as a member of the Sigma Pi Fraternity. His time at Ohio Northern was filled with making life long friends, being a starting pitcher on the baseball team and honing his craft and love of sports as the Manager/Statistician for the basketball team. A time and place that Bill always remembered and will always remember him.

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Services to be held in memory of Bill:
Visitation on June 1, 2018, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 
Celebration of Life Service on June 2, 2018 at 10 a.m.
Both to be held at at:
First Presbyterian Church Lexington
174 North Mill Street
Lexington, KY 40507

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Jun 01, 2018 at 6:36 PM
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