Classmates W

Wahler, Bill
I am currently living in Chicago and working for a Dutch company in the hardware industry. I travel for a living and still like to do it for relaxation. (Last update 4/15/07) (Photo update 9/11/17) 40th Reunion attendee.

Waldron, James
After returning from Viet Nam, Elaine and I have been happily married for 34 years. We are alive and well living in Arizona since 1978. We have two great kids. Our son, Danny, is 29, Ass’t. Meat Manager for a large grocery chain while pursuing his second Masters Degree in Special Education. Our daughter, Jamie, 25, is a high school English teacher here in Arizona. I am still in the Air Conditioning Business and Elaine has been teaching special need kids for the past 17 years. (Last update 12/1/07)

Wallace, Margaret
Deceased.

Walsh, Barbara
40th Reunion attendee.

Walz, Andrea

Warford, John

Warren, James
40th Reunion attendee.

Waugh, Elwood

Weber, Marsha
40th Reunion attendee.

Weik, Gregory

Weinberg, Sanford
Deceased.

WEINBERG, Sanford Sanford “Sandy” Weinberg, age 61, of Sandy Springs died on October 8, 2011. Sandy was born in Newark, NJ on June 14, 1950, and grew up in Livingston, NJ. He graduated with a BA in Political Science from Dickinson College in 1972, an MA from the University of North Carolina in 1973, a PhD in Communication Research from the University of Michigan in 1975, and completed Post Doctoral Studies in Computer Engineering from the University of Florida in 1976. From 1976-present, he served as a regulatory and computer validation consultant to biomedical, pharmaceutical, medical device, and biotechnology industries and governments worldwide. He held Associate Professorships at Drexel University and St. Joseph’s University. Sandyserved as President of Weinberg, Spelton & Sax, Inc. (formerly Weinberg Associates, Inc.) from 1986 to 1996, where he developed FDA standards that many companies use today. He was Vice President, Entrepreneur-in Residence, and Professor of Entrepreneurship, Muhlenberg College, and Director of the Institute of Entrepreneurship from 1993 to 2006. He was the Senior Director of BioDefense, GE Healthcare from 2003 to 2006, and the Vice President of Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance with Tikyah Therapeutics, Inc. from 2006 to 2008. An Eagle Scout, Sandy was a Life Member of the Boy Scouts of America, member of the Order of the Arrow, and in 1993 he received the Silver Beaver Award. He served on the Executive Board of the Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America as well as the Atlanta Area Councilís safety & security committee. He also taught Wilderness First Aid. On the national level, he served on the International Committee and the Jewish Committee on Scouting, taught international courses at BSA’s national training center at the Philmont Scout Ranch and he attended several national and international jamborees. Sandy was the author of more than 15 books and numerous publications, most notably on FDA regulatory affairs. He currently worked as Associate Professor of Health Care Management and Executive Director, Center for Clinical Studies and Regulation, Clayton State University, and also as Executive Editor of the Journal of Clinical Studies and Regulatory Affairs, published by Informa Healthcare. He leaves behind his wife, Ronelle Genser, Sandy Springs; daughter, Amy Weinberg and her husband Harry Gafanovich, Hollywood, FL; son, Joseph Weinberg and his wife Nykki, Minneapolis, MN; parents, Florence and Harold Weinberg, Alpharetta, GA; brother, David Weinberg and his wife Kathie, Bethesda, MD; and grandchildren, Eli and Isaac Gafanovich.

Weinberger, Dail
40th Reunion attendee.

Weisinger, Sandra

Weiss Sharfin, Margaret

Wells, Peter

Wermuth, Paul
After HS, University of Arizona graduated with a BA in Political Science and Sociology and minor in Anthropology. Returned to NJ, Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall Law school. Worked for the NJ Legislature drafting proposed laws. Became legislative aid to Hon Thomas H. Kean, then legal counsel to Republicans in NJ Assembly. When Kean became governor, I was appointed NJ Assistant Secretary of State. Private and Public Practice for many years, currently Director of Legal Management for University of Dentisrty and Medicine. Married to wife, Denise 28 years, a daughter Rachel, 25, just married living in Silver Spring, MD working for Discovery Channel and a son Aaron 21, attending Longwood University in Virginia. (Last update 8/28/08). 40th Reunion attendee.

Werner, Lawrence
I made sure I ended up near the ocean and that turned out to be Southern NJ. I am co-owner of a 30′ Express Cruiser that we spend as much time on during the season as we can and it is docked in Brigantine. My other passions are scuba diving (sharks preferred) and learning and teaching martial arts. (Last update 4/23/07) 40th Reunion attendee.

Whelan, Frank
After I graduated from LHS in 1968 I went to Blackburn College in Carlinville, Illinois, BA History 1973; University of Missouri, MA History 1978; Assistent Archivist State of Missouri, 1978-1981; feature Writer in History Allentown Morning Call daily newspaper, 1981-2006. Over 2,000 articles on local and national history. Interviews include the late Ray Bolger aka Scarecrow in Wizard of Oz and James Earl Ray assassin of Dr. Martin Luther King. Historian Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum 2006 — I have also been on-air historian for local PBS station in two local Emmy award-winning programs and author of several books on local history. I live in Allentown with my partner of 26 years, Bob Wittman. (Last update 6/1/07)

White, Judith

Wilensky, Mindy
40th Reunion attendee.

Williams, Cheryl

Williams, Fran
I live on the southern coast of Maine with my two wonderful boys – Kyle age 26 and Korey age 22. I went into the Human Resource field and after working for healthcare for 20 years, I changed environments and went into human resources in retail. Love the outdoors, love living by the ocean and just am enjoying life right now. (Last update 3/31/07)

Wilson, Theresa
Hello Classmates! I’ve been married for 35 years to my husband, Doug. We have three sons: Jason 34, Justin 27 and Douglas 25. We have one grandson, Tyler. I currently live in West Caldwell, NJ, but will be retiring soon. See you on the 20th. (Last update 6/16/08) 40th Reunion attendee.

Winberry, Jane
I graduated from nursing school in April 1971 and was married the following September. Vin and I moved to Wilmington, DE where I worked in a Children’s Specialized Hospital for two years before moving to Brewster, NY. Our daughter and son were born in 1974 and 1977, respectively. We moved to CT in 1979 and consider this area our home. I have been a school nurse for a number of years and currently have in my care eight-hundred 7th-8th graders and they keep me on my toes. In 2000, after our childen finished college, I returned to school to earn a Bachelor in Nursing. Our children are both married and we have a 2-1/2 year old grandson. I was living in Chicago at the time of the last reunion, so looking forward to September. (Last update 2/1/08) 40th Reunion attendee.

Winbury, Nancy
40th Reunion attendee.

Wingerter Farrell, Mary

Winsten, Patricia
Missing.

Wolfe, Buddy

Wolff, Greg

Wolfson, Jeff (jwolfson@verizon.net)
My journey from Livingston in 1968 has certainly been a “long and winding road.” I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1972 following four tumultuous years of political activation (remember the anti-war movement?), theater, and taking my place amongst the “Woodstock Generation” (yes, I WAS there). When I left Pittsburgh, my trail led through California, Virginia, Florida, Atlanta, back to Virginia and ultimately to central Pennsylvania. After I cut my hair, my working career somehow led me back to my roots in retail – where after “climbing the corporate ladder” in the chain drug industry, I again broke ranks and opened and operated my own health food store for two decades (much more rewarding than my corporate years). I sold the store and retired in April 2016, after 20 years-almost to the day. I met my (first and only) wife of 42 years in a hospital elevator in Richmond, Virginia in 1973 and we have one son, who became a Chiropractor in 2008 and now has a very successful practice in Philly. After a lifetime of not looking back, I am very excited once again to renew some high school connections! (And yes, I am STILL called Jeff-except for Medicare who insists I am actually Marc!) 40th Reunion attendee.(Last update 9/29/17) 40th Reunion attendee.

Wood, Alan
I was a classmate for just our senior year – as an AFS exchange student from New Zealand. After leaving LHS, I returned to New Zealand and went to college there. For the last 25 years I have been working in pharmaceutical R&D in Switzerland, the UK and France. Along the way I got married, had two sons (now in their 20s), divorced,and remarried five years ago. Now living in the south of France. My one year in LHS had a huge impact on my life and I hope I can make it to the reunion to catch up with old friends. (Last update 6/20/08) 40th Reunion attendee.

Woodhall, Ashley
Deceased.

(From Sandy Schantz)
Sometime in the late 1970s I went to visit Ashley with Ricky Kaufman. Ricky didn’t graduate from Livingston High but he went through the elementary school system and was my neighbor on Alcott Drive. Ricky remembered Ashley from school and wanted to see how he was doing considering his disability. Ashley lived with his sister in a really old house on North Livingston Avenue. His sister was really happy that someone would come and visit Ashley and thanked us for trying to show Ashley that people haven’t forgotten him regardless of his condition. I’ve got to admit that all the credit should go to Ricky. It also reminds me of the kindness and concern of the classmates who visited Jim Snyder.

(from David Gordon)
I didn’t graduate from Livingston high School; I moved away in 1964. I was a friend and neighbor of Ashley’s, but I knew him as Buttons. We played together often for years. He was a nice boy and I enjoyed his company. He lived in a big old house with his mother, his older brother and his younger sister. I believe her name is Claire Lynn. I have thought of Buttons from time to time in the years since I last saw him . I was saddened to hear of his death, much more than I would have expected. We all lose when any one of us leaves this earth.

Woodruff, Martha