1966
Chris Smith'66
Billie Lane '66
John Stadnick
Pat Seay '66
Thad Kitchens '66
Palmer Lee Bell'66
Tim Conlon'66
Jim Doud'66
Janie Immerfall ‘66
 1967
Carolyn Taylor '67
Gary Allen '67
Fred Butler '67
Mark Buckhalter '67
Patty Amos '67
Wanda Ball '67
Doris Bermudez '67
Lisa Blanks '67
Rex Bridwell '67
Frances "Fran" Cannon '67
Fernando Cervantes '67
Richard Gilot '67
Charles "Chuck" Griswold '67
Steve Clouse '67
Sandra Canlon'67
Tim Greene '67
Marci Dozier .67
Marion Edwards '67
Larry Freeman '67
William "Bill" Galchutt '67
Frederico "Freddie" Gonzalez '67
Joseph Guerriero '67
Dale Herbst '67
Robert Hogg '67
Pepe Icaro Gallardo '67
Lucille "Luci" Johnson '67
Judson Craft "67
Witner Smith '67"
Pete Lindh '67
Steve Lowe '67
Ed Misiota '67
George "Blair" Moore
Arthur Mueller '67
Samuell Parks '67
Bruce Rapp '67
Jim Powell '67
Penny Scott '67
Sharon Simons '67
David Smith '67
Ignacio "Igy" Soler '67
Charles "Steve" Stephenson '67
Carolyn Taylor '67
Phil Taylor '67
Paul Terwilliger '67
Charles Thomas '67
Alan Williams '67
Sharon Wills '67
George Zubal '67
Marquerite Ziadie '67
 1968
Don Adams '68
Robert  Adams '68
Michael "Scoop" Ayash '68
Dennis Baldino '68
Charlene Bardakji '68
Belle Brick '68
Ladye Susan Brown '68
Robert "Bob" Cain '68
Elizabeth Betty Chambers '68
Jennifer "Ginger" Chambers '68
Tom Davidson '68
Dennis Davis  '68
Bruce Durie '68
Mary Ford '68
Fabio Giro '68
Sonia Giro' '68
Sandy Graham '68
Julie Grannis '68
Debbie Herbster '68
Harold "Randy" Hinson '68
Ginny Hutton ‘68
Robert "Rusty" Jennings '68
Larry Julian '68
Sidney Larsen '68
Maureen "Mimi" Purcell '68
Janice Brown Schoech '68

1969
Frances Becker ‘69
Patrice Bussey ‘69
Alice Butler ‘69
Ned Caldwell ‘69
Walter Carillo ‘69
Bruce Carter ‘69
Alan Cornell ‘69
Bryan Duren ‘69
Lee Hall ‘69
Randy Hinson ‘69
Gail Keller ‘69
Elsie Knuck ‘69
Larry Mather ‘69
Mike Nebowkowski ‘69
Michael Oden ‘69
Sheri Oliver ‘69
Linda Peiper ‘69
Kathy Pular ‘69
Jan Rosol ‘69
Keith Simonton ‘69
Marsha "Vicki"Tompkins ‘69
Nancy Turner ‘69
Gene Wroble ‘69
Stephen Ward '69
Cheryl Pepper '69
Sheri Oliver '69
Christine McBride '69
Mary Martin '69
Mike Kulik 69'
Samuel "Sammy" Foster '69
Debra Forcum '69
Marilynne Bretz ‘69.
1970
John "Buddy Garrison '70
Grace Drennan '70
Marty Pearson '70

 

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Mary Elizabeth Ford

September 26th, 1950 - June 5th, 2010

Mary was a wonderful big sister to me.  My first year at MSSH I was blessed to have my sister there with me.  Mary was in her Senior year and busy participating in the Marching Band and Chorus.  She loved participating in the Chorus performances and I always enjoyed watching her.  We had fun times riding in her car each morning to and from school.
She loved others and had a soft spot for all animals, as evidenced by her household of pets.  She is missed by her family and friends.
 

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In Memoriam - Mary E.Ford
Beloved mother and grandmother, Mary E. Ford, passed away on June 5, 2010.  Services were held Monday, June 9 at Miami Springs Baptist Church.
Mary is survived by her 5 children, Michelle Maulden, Eric Q. Bacon, Ruth and Renee Cason and 3 grandchildren, Joshua Suarez, Marcela Mayorga and Aden Flores.
 

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Grace Gagnet (Drennan)

January 6th, 1952 - September 27th, 2018

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From Holly Erson on January 26th, 2019
     My dear childhood friend, Grace, lost her 2 year painful battle with bone cancer, on Sept. 27, 2018, at just age 67.  We met at age 10 at a swim meet on competing teams, and remained friends until her death.  Grace attended MSSH and was an elegant, friendly,fun filled diver for the swim team, under the tutelage of Coach Diaz.  We last saw each other at Coach's memorial service 4 years ago.  Grace lived in Dallas with her two wonderful children.  Our children played together as small children when our families happened to both live in Louisiana in the late 70's and early 80's.
Grace was masterful at languages, and was a star student of Colonel Ramirez.  She attended Nortern Arizona University (NAU), studying linguistics, and later went to the U of Michigan, where she studied safety engineering.  She became a safety consultant, and later formed her own company, translating safety manuals from English to Spanish, in Dallas, Texas.  She also formed a spanish ministry at her church.
     At her service in Dallas, many in the Hispanic community came to honor Grace.  She brought joy to many and would help anyone in need.  Grace adored her children,  and she loved gardening and cooking with them, and  had her home surrounded with beautiiful plants and pomegranate trees.  Her spirit was there. 
     I read her MSSH yearbook from 1969, where I had written a quote from Mr. Martin Obrentz, one of our Englisih teachers.  "Our greatest sorrows can bring the sweetest memories."
     I will never forget my sister friend, Grace.
Holly Hodgson Erson
      
 

Grace Gagnet (Drennan)

January 6th, 1952 - September 27th, 2018

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Marty Pearson (Geanaros)

February 7th, 1952 - January 26th, 2018

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Joyce Robinson (Owings)

August 1st, 1954 - March 5th, 2019

Joyce Owings Robinson graduated in 1973 and passed away last week.  Joyce worked for Norwegian Caribbean Lines until Hurricane Andrew when their home was destroyed.  She moved to Palatka, Florida with her husband Robby and son Christopher.  At the end of her life, Joy suffered from dementia.    It is difficult to lose a sister but she is now at peace. 

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Marguerite Schnute (Ziadie)

August 14th, 1949 - April 1st, 2010

Marguerite Ziadie Schnute was such a vibrant person, she had a smile for everyone.
She always made everyone feel special when you were around her and I know she is missed by many friends as well as her family.
 

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Marge Schnute: We would like to share with you someone very special who we lost this week.my wife, our mother, our friend, a light of warmth. Marguerite Dawn Schnute (Ziadie) was born August 14, 1949 in New York City. She went to be with her Lord on April 1, 2010 after fiercely fighting colon and kidney cancer for several years. The oldest child of Dice and Peggy Ziadie, Marge grew up in New York City in the Bronx, then, later moved to Miami Springs, Florida. She attended Blessed Trinity Catholic School and Miami Springs Senior High School where she was a cheerleader and graduated with honors. Marge was proud to have been a theatrical dance major and graduate of Florida State University. There she met and fell in love with her devoted and loving husband of 38 years, Greg Schnute. After getting married in 1972, they made homes in Tallahassee, Nashville, Birmingham, and for the last 18 years, in Marietta, GA. Marge was a dancer, a performer, a homemaker extraordinaire and an amazing mother! She filled her adult years enjoying gardening, fundraising for her kid's athletics, playing tennis, and being a friend to others. Because of her love of her children, she spent hours of her own time volunteering at their schools including Green Valley Elementary in Hoover, AL and Lassiter High School in Marietta, GA. Devoted deeply to her family she is survived by her husband Greg and four wonderful children; daughter, Kim Wallace, her husband Lynn, and their children, Skylar and Cullen; daughter, Kelly Wiedower, her husband Marcus, and their children, Annabelle, Kennedy, and Cade; son, Air Force Captain Brock Schnute and his wife Kaili; and daughter, Brandi Sparks, her husband Jeff and their son, Jackson. Marge is also survived by her loving and devoted mother, Peggy Ziadie of Bonita Beach, FL; sister, Chris Ziadie of Houston, TX; brother, Tex Ziadie and his wife , Linda of Miami Springs, FL; brother, Jaime Ziadie and his wife Sandie of Bonita, FL; sister-in-law, Becky Menke and husband, Hank of Huntingburg, IN. Marge will be remembered as a radiant spirit. She was an angel from God in the truest sense of the word. A messenger sent into our lives to bring brightness and joy. She loved her Lord and we are confident that she is with Him now. We look forward to the day we are reunited with her. Remember, Marge is not gone. She is alive! Jesus said that whoever believed in Him and lived would never die. She never will! We love you Marge! A funeral mass will be held on Tuesday, April 6th at 1 pm at Transfiguration Catholic Church with Msgr. Patrick Bishop officiating. Burial will follow at Arlington Memorial Park. The family will receive friends on Monday, April 5th from 4-7:30 pm with a prayer service at 7:30 pm at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to www.kanziuscancerresearch.org. If sending flowers, please remember Marge's love of plants - especially gardenias, due to their blooming around her birthday.

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Janice Schoech (Brown)

December 8th, 1950 - March 26th, 2014

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From Carol Johnson on March 12th, 2019
On East 14th Street in Hialeah, Florida lived 4 girls - Janice, Lisa, Barby and Carol.  We joined Girl Scouts together, went to school together and were good friends.  While Janice, Lisa and Barby went to college, I stayed and worked.   They all moved away but my Mom lived on 14th Street for nearly 70 years and each time I passed their homes, I thought of my friends.  Janice became a nurse, mother and grandmother and was loved by her family.  She is missed by all who knew her.

Carol Johnson
 

Harold "Tex" Ziadie, Jr.

February 14th, 1952 - December 18th, 2017

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The City of Miami Springs is sad to report the passing of Tex Ziadie, the former Director of Building and Code Compliance. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.

Tex was born on Valentine's Day, 1952, in Wichita Falls, Texas. He grew up in Miami Springs, Florida and attended the University of Florida, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in secondary education. Tex worked in the Miami-Dade Public School system as an English teacher two different times, first in the 70'sand lastly from 2000 to 2004. He was chosen by the University of Miami's Ambient teaching program as one of their Master teachers. tex also had extensive experience in the business world. He worked for over 18 years for the Federal Express Corporation where he was Senior Manager of Ground Operations.

In addition to his weekday employment, Tex served for over two decades in Miami Springs Baptist Church, where he held many different offices. In 1994, he was ordained as Associate Pastor of the church. He resigned that position in October of 2003, After that, Tex served as Interim Pastor at Poinciana United Methodist Church in Miami Springs. During his tenure there, he wrote and performed several Christian songs, based on the melodies from popular top 40 hits.

Tex lived in Miami Springs with Linda Ford Ziadie, his wife of 47 years, and their children. His children all attended and graduated from the University of Miami.

Tex was employed by the City of Miami Springs as the director of Building and Code Compliance Departments for eleven years. He retired from that job in February of 2015. His wife, Linda, retired from the University of Miami Law School shortly thereafter. Services for Tex were held on Friday, December 22, 2017, at 7 PM at Poinciana United Methodist Church.

Tex and I met at MSSH in 1969 and we were blessed to spend 48 wonderful years together and I know if God had blessed us with another 48 years I would have still wanted more!

Tex was an incredible man, his life was a testimony to his love for his Lord, his family and all those around him.  He is missed by so many.

I miss him every day!

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