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I am looking for an old friend.  His name is Dennis and he would have graduated in 1968.  He had brownish hair with red hues and wore glasses.  He was very sweet.  I received an email a few years ago from someone who thought his last name might be Tourney.  I have not been able to find anyone with that name from MC.  Please email me if you knew Dennis. He would surely be in the 1968 yearbook if anyone has a copy.  I would gladly purchase a copy if anyone has a yearbook they would part with.        Thank you.  Carol Kerniskey

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A Dennis Turney graduated in 1968.

You graduated in 1968, what happened to your yearbook?




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Thank you for your reply.  Sorry I didn't  get here sooner but I was ill again.  I asked my daughter to post this for me from my PC.   Thanks again.  Carol Spain

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Denis DeVoti graduated in 1968.

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I am looking for an old friend.  His name is Dennis and he would have graduated in 1968.  He had brownish hair with red hues and wore glasses.  He was very sweet.  I received an email a few years ago from someone who thought his last name might be Tourney.  I have not been able to find anyone with that name from MC.  Please email me if you knew Dennis. He would surely be in the 1968 yearbook if anyone has a copy.  I would gladly purchase a copy if anyone has a yearbook they would part with.        Thank you.  Carol Kerniskey


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