—————————————————————— The Past . . . ——————————————————————
  Chip Lewis


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—— . . . and The Present ————

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——————————————————— 1978 Reunion Questionnaire ———————————————————

  1) The important people in my life (spouses, partners, children) are...  

My kids Cliff and Hilary, my parents John and Betty Lewis, my brother Pete, my sister Margo and her husband John.

  2) I went to Westtown because…  
my parents sent me.

  3) My occupation is a Appraiser and Westtown prepared me for it by …  
I am an auto damage appraiser. I run an auto body shop. Noone would have known it then but I suppose I was learning how to get along with all sorts of people.

  4) My life’s greatest moments and challenges (to date) would be …  
I have been raising my kids solo for the last eight years or so.

  5) Westtown’s most inspirational faculty, classmate, friend (multiple choices accepted) would have to be …  

Larry Stedman (I don't know if I spelled his name correctly. One thing Westtown did not teach me was how to spell.)

Bob Toland, Pete Cross, Ted Rock, Debbie Nason-Naples, Mike, J.T., Bob and Jane.

  6) The most memorable time I broke the rules would be when I …  
You guys have got to be kidding. I have to pick one. Maybe it was the party at the "Palm Tree" when we got chanting Banta's name at such a volume that we soke Foster Doan from a deep sleep at 3:00 am.

  7) Was there a point in your life when you recognized any benefit from your time at Westtown?  
Don't know.

  8) Do you plan to attend the 25th year reunion in May?  
I hope to come.