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•   Dale Hoagland  6/17
•   Al Diaz  6/12
•   James McCoy  6/12
•   Pat Ashmore  6/11
•   Jan Bernstein King (Stearns)  5/26
•   Jane Ann Vigus (Steiner)  5/23
•   Robert Stroud  2/18
•   Nancy Brinkers (Breedlove)  1/31
•   Cheree Louks (Melahn)  11/4
•   Larry Seitz  10/31
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in Alabama
3 live in Arizona
1 lives in Armed Forces Europe
6 live in California
2 live in Colorado
17 live in Florida
2 live in Georgia
9 live in Illinois
133 live in Indiana
2 live in Kentucky
1 lives in Massachusetts
1 lives in Michigan
1 lives in Minnesota
1 lives in Nevada
1 lives in New Jersey
2 live in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
4 live in North Carolina
5 live in Ohio
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in Rhode Island
1 lives in South Carolina
1 lives in Tennessee
8 live in Texas
1 lives in Utah
5 live in Virginia
3 live in Washington
5 live in Wisconsin
1 lives in Wyoming
2 live in British Columbia
1 lives in Albania
1 lives in Germany
1 lives in Grenada
1 lives in United Arab Emirates
368 location unknown


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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 39.3%

A:   239   Joined
B:   369   Not Joined

Lawrence Central High School
Class Of 1971


Welcome to the Lawrence Central High School Class of 1971 website!
First Time Here?  Browse the pages, find long lost friends, and enjoy YOUR website.  We’re glad you’re here!
All members of the LCHS Class of 1971 are invited and encouraged to join this site.  It's completely free.  We only email with reunion info and updates.  To join, click on "Classmate Profile" in the left column, find your name and click it, then follow the easy instructions to set up your login and profile.  So happy to have you here!
Help us locate missing classmates.  Click the "Missing Classmates" link on the left.   

Facebook anyone?  For fun photos and comments, join our LC '71 Facebook page.


Photos from the 45th Reunion are posted in the Gallery: Who We Are (in column on left).  We’d love to add more!  If you attended and have photos you are willing to share, please send them to

Will there be a 50th?  Of course, so stay healthy everyone!  And please keep your contact info up-to-date.

Photos from the 40th Reunion weekend are posted in the Gallery: Who We Are (in column on left).  


LC '71 Music Maniacs   

Larry Dimick's Dancing at Heaven's Hoedown is a clog kickin', hand-clapping, good ol' time sing-along that'll put a smile in your heart.  To purchase, contact Larry through his classmate profile here. 

Rock out with Scott MacDonald's daughter's fabulous CD entitled West.  Go to, click the album title, choose a song, and crank it up!

                                    (webmiz has both!)

LC '71 Artist's Corner

Now back in Indiana, composer turned award-winning artist, Tim Greatbatch (finally!) has a website of his extraordinary paintings.  Take a look!



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45th Reunion

Where to start? What an amazing group! I am so proud of our class, so many compassionate and crazy people! lol Thank you to the committee who put this all together. You did a fantastic job, and Woody, what can I say. I know it was hard getting everyone together, but you did a great job. I want to also thank those who helped encourage me and help me male this trip. Love you all!! A night to remember, and much needed friendships!

Susie (Heck) Karns

So Many Wonderful Friends... So Many Wonderful Memories

My grateful thanks to all involved in putting together the exceptional experience that was our 40th class reunion.

Throughout the evening I was reminded of what wonderful friendships I had made during our years at Lawrence. Even more amazing was the ease and comfort with which each reaquaintance of friends and classmates was made. The Canterbury (thanks Diann) was the perfect setting. I thouroughly enjoyed myself and realized what wonderful kids-turned-into-adults our graduating class of 1971 is.