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    Quote Originally Posted by 2xmom View Post
    "The Pines".... I graduated in 1997... or 1998?..... That's horrible, I can't remember! LOL! I went back another semester after I graduated to take a few more OAC's. What highschool did you go to?
    Sigh, I'm a bit older than you...I went to Tecumseh and CCI, graduated in 92. I used to date the current Vice Principal of the Pines. Darn, I feel really REALLY old now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kay-Kay View Post
    Sigh, I'm a bit older than you...I went to Tecumseh and CCI, graduated in 92. I used to date the current Vice Principal of the Pines. Darn, I feel really REALLY old now!
    You graduated the same year as my sister. She went to "The Pines" too though.

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    I grew up in Windsor. I'd lived there all my life (including University) until we moved to London about 3 years ago.
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    I grew up in Windsor, moved to Amherstburg for 10 years, went back to Windsor after graduating from college and lived there for another 5 years, then moved to London in 2000. No family left on my side there - but lots of friends and memories! Still go back at least every 6 weeks or so. Car pool anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathy View Post
    I grew up in Windsor. I'd lived there all my life (including University) until we moved to London about 3 years ago.
    Quote Originally Posted by Liam&Alex'sMama View Post
    I grew up in Windsor, moved to Amherstburg for 10 years, went back to Windsor after graduating from college and lived there for another 5 years, then moved to London in 2000. No family left on my side there - but lots of friends and memories! Still go back at least every 6 weeks or so. Car pool anyone?

    I went to Notre Dame (Windsor)..........then we moved to Tecumseh.....
    St. Annes (Tecumseh)
    Belle River (Belle River)
    I am 43..........either of you in that age bracket?

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    I was born there (but grew up elsewhere) and my family is all still in the Windsor/Essex area. If it wasn't for my job & my parents here, I'd love to move back there.

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    I did my teen years in Windsor.
    Parents moved us there when I was in grade 10.
    Attended Kennedy highschool and then went on to St Clair.
    We lived at Bruce and Giles

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    I grew up in Windsor, just relocated here in the summer group up in East Windsor went to St.Joseph. I am just starting to getting used to living here in London. I'm finding it difficult meeting new people here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liam&Alex'sMama View Post
    I grew up in Windsor, moved to Amherstburg for 10 years, went back to Windsor after graduating from college and lived there for another 5 years, then moved to London in 2000. No family left on my side there - but lots of friends and memories! Still go back at least every 6 weeks or so. Car pool anyone?
    My parents both grew up in Amhurstburg, and my grandmother still lives there. (Bezaire)
    Growing up, we spent a lot of time there, and I went to public school there for a year. (we lived out of country and got evacuated and had to go to school)

    I really like it there, it has changed so much. I used to love going to Boblo during the summer checking out the sites. Both my parents worked there during their highschool days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ProudMommy View Post
    I went to Notre Dame (Windsor)..........then we moved to Tecumseh.....
    St. Annes (Tecumseh)
    Belle River (Belle River)
    I am 43..........either of you in that age bracket?
    My Uncle taught at Belle River High School, he just retired a few years ago. Dan Bezaire....did he teach you?
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    Actually Mr Bezaire was our Principal when I went there. But I just checked my year book and his initials were G.W.

    I just looke up D Bezaire, and I do recognize him, but I dont think that I had him for a teacher...........unless he taught typing.

    Boy those year books smell musty..........pewwwwwwwww.

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    Mr. Bezaire was there when I was...never had him as a teacher though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ProudMommy View Post
    Actually Mr Bezaire was our Principal when I went there. But I just checked my year book and his initials were G.W.

    I just looke up D Bezaire, and I do recognize him, but I dont think that I had him for a teacher...........unless he taught typing.

    Boy those year books smell musty..........pewwwwwwwww.
    It is the D Bezaire, that is my Uncle. To be honest, I don't know what he taught, not typing though. I think he taught some gifted class, but can't be 100% sure. Maybe I will ask him. LOL....goes to show you how much we actually spoke about his teaching.
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