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•   Barbara Tate (Koehn)  9/22
•   Gary Jacobs  9/21
•   Rodney Perry  9/21
•   Patricia Matrangos (Buie)  9/20
•   Lyn Deadmore (Taylor)  9/19
•   Gordon Flint  9/16
•   Gloria Langford (Allyn)  9/16
•   Barry Weiner  9/16
•   Richard Gerson  9/16
•   India Taylor (Read)  9/16
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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 56.8%

A:   158   Joined
B:   120   Not Joined


Know the email address of a missing Classmate? Click here to contact them!


Who lives where - click links below to find out.

5 live in Alabama
1 lives in Alaska
1 lives in Arizona
6 live in California
5 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
11 live in Florida
148 live in Georgia
2 live in Kentucky
2 live in Maryland
2 live in Massachusetts
1 lives in Michigan
1 lives in Missouri
1 lives in Nevada
1 lives in New Jersey
4 live in North Carolina
1 lives in Oklahoma
1 lives in Rhode Island
2 live in Tennessee
1 lives in Texas
1 lives in Vermont
4 live in Virginia
1 lives in West Virginia
1 lives in Germany
1 lives in United Kingdom
71 location unknown
29 are deceased


At a YWCA function yesterday, I ran into Dr. Joanna Adams. Many of you may remember Joanna as one Grady’s most energetic and persuasive English teachers. Some even mentioned that she had a strong influence on you personally. As you may know, for her second career, Joanna Adams went on to be the Rev. Dr. Joanna Adams recognized as one the most dynamic and compelling Presbyterian ministers in the country. She recently retired from the ministry for the second time after taking an interim pastorate at Frist Presbyterian of Atlanta. In May, she was recognized by the Atlanta YWCA as their 2014 Woman of Achievement.

One memory I have of the10th grade was Joanna’s dry sense of humor. Apparently, that has not changed. When I introduced myself to her she responded, “Yes I remember you. It’s good to see that you learned to speak in complete and grammatically correct sentences.” Ouch, apparently she really did remember me. After a fun but too brief conversation, I told her in parting, “By the way, I have tried several times, but I still don’t like Beowulf.” “Perhaps,” she said as she was walking away, “you should try something more remedial.”
Ouch again!

Ken Compton

Welcome to the Grady High Class Of 1969

If you are a Grady Alumni, class of 1969 - Click on Classmate Profiles to the left, then find and click on your name to register for the site.  If you don't find your name in the list, click the Contact Us link and let us know.

Once you've registered, be sure to:

  • update your profile
  • upload some photos
  • and generally let your classmates know what you've been up to

You can also:

  • e-mail classmates
  • post comments on other classmates profiles
  • leave remembrances of departed classmates or faculty on the Memory Page
  • and lots more. 

Also look over the Missing Classmates page.  If you know the whereabouts of any of these classmates, click on their name and send them an e-mail.  OR call them and tell them about the site.

Check back often. 


Samuel Thomas  10/26
Robert Tarvin  10/30
Jane Adams (McKenzie)  10/31
Barry Weiner  11/4
Bobby Glustrom  11/6
Mark Zickel  11/18
Linda Wade (Keller)  11/19
Elizabeth Lee (Boyer)  11/20