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•   Beth Mullowney (Fischer)  2/10
•   Mark Dalton  2/8
•   Harry Peterson (Peterson)  2/3
•   Jeff Hancock  2/3
•   James Stone  1/28
•   John (Jack) Hagerman  1/18
•   Elaine Abbott (Heng)  1/13
•   Michael Border (Border)  1/11
•   Cathlene Walters (Peterson)  1/7
•   Carol Thompson (Miller)  12/12
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in Alabama
7 live in Arizona
17 live in California
15 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
7 live in Florida
3 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
2 live in Idaho
1 lives in Indiana
3 live in Iowa
6 live in Kansas
1 lives in Maine
1 lives in Maryland
1 lives in Massachusetts
1 lives in Michigan
6 live in Minnesota
1 lives in Missouri
2 live in Montana
97 live in Nebraska
1 lives in Nevada
1 lives in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
2 live in North Carolina
2 live in Ohio
5 live in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Carolina
3 live in South Dakota
1 lives in Tennessee
8 live in Texas
3 live in Virginia
1 lives in Washington
1 lives in Wisconsin
1 lives in Wyoming
219 location unknown
49 are deceased


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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 47.3%

A:   203   Joined
B:   226   Not Joined


Joel Babb Named Distinguished Southeast High School Alumnus

On March 19 and 20, 2020 Joel Babb, LSE Class of 1965, will be recognized as a Southeast High School Distinguished Alumnus. Joel is one of six LSE graduates to be so honored this year. The six alumni will be celebrated at an evening event in Lincoln on March 19, at which Joel will be asked to share memories of his LSE high school career. Activities at LSE on March 20 include a coffee reception and school tour, a student body assembly, classroom visits, sittings for Joel’s Distinguished Alumni Wall of Honor photograph, and a closing luncheon.

It was on the streets of Rome where Joel Babb became a painter, and it was above the streets of Boston where he became a master. But it was deep in the Maine woods, where he visited regularly and now lives, that Joel became a Renaissance man. Joel’s work is generally considered a masterful expression of both the geometry of urban spaces and the intricacy of natural environments. His paintings follow the tradition of representation, yet at the same time appear to glow from within. Without realizing it, the viewer starts seeing every landscape and building as a “Joel” moment – truly something to be revered and an honor to experience. His interest in teaching, which is so important to formative artists, is reflected in his decades-long appointment at the Museum School in Boston. Joel lives and works in a small rural town in central Maine. He has served on many committees to help enhance the well-being of its citizenry. In his civic work he is known for his patience, tolerance and uncanny ability to reconcile people with each other. Many who know and admire Joel believe the seeds of his humanity and immense talent were sown in Nebraska.

The LSE Class of 1965 applauds Joel for his receipt of this well-deserved honor.

Congratulations, Joel. We are so proud!

Welcome to the Lincoln Southeast High Class of 1965 Webpage.

Notes from your committee:


DONATIONS:  More than 20 classmates donated to our Reunion efforts.  Because of their generosity, we have been able donate to Southeast High and take advantage of a special deal to extend this website at least until our 60th Reunion in 2025.   (For some reason I wanted to say "in the year 2525" but we aren't planning that far ahead.) Donations also help plan for upcoming reunions by holding venues.   Please consider sending in a donation (large or small) to help us keep down the Reunion reservation fees and allow us to continue making donations to Lincoln Southeast whenever we have a reunion.  Sherrie Geier, Joyce Davidson, and Gregg Wright serve as co-treasurersfor an LSE'65 bank account at Wells Fargo. Donations may be sent to:

LSE'65 Reunion Committee
2510 South 24th Street,
Lincoln, NE 68502.  


WEBSITE:  We now have 201 classmates signed up for the website.  Please encourage any classmates to sign up if they haven't yet.  

50th REUNION GROUP PICTURE (FABULOUS PRIZE):  Remember that the 50th Reunion group picture is posted with a potential key at the "50 Year Picture" link. However the key has NOT been finished.  We need to crowd-source this task.  If anyone wants to show what they know and help create the key (or a partial key) please identify the faces on the numbered picture and send names and their corresponding number to  A fabulous prize (worth less than $25) will still be given to the person who can submit the most correct names before our October 1, 2020.  SEND YOUR KEY SUGGESTIONS TO

In Memory

The "In Memory" page (on the left menu) lists of all of the LSE65 classmates known to the 50 year Reunion Committee to be deceased.  This page is a poignant reminder that time is short and precious.   Please let us know if you have information about other classmates who have died, or about the year of death when it is missing.  It would also be good to know those who have served in the military, and those we know have been killed in action.  Please e-mail any edits or additions to us at .  

Help Find Missing Classmates

"Missing classmates" does not mean we do not have contact information,  It means they are missing from the website and have not yet joined.  Please try to help get everyone registered.  The website will mean much more to everyone if more are participating.        

Help The Site Improve

We would still love to add an assistant website administrator or two to help build the site, add interesting content, and encourage discussion etc.  It is easy and there are some helpers available in Lincoln who have used this website provider for other classes.  Please indicate your interest by contacting us at  IT'S EASY.  YOU'LL LIKE IT!

Reflections from the 50th Reunion in 2015

There are many reflections posted on the site that can be seen at the "What's New" page.  Bob Danley had an especially thoughtful take on our reunion so it is copied here:  

Reflections........... What a weekend!! As it was ending last night I was plopped into a chair thinking about what had just happened over the last 2 days. What an incredible group of people.. Classmates!! From every walk of life, I just marveled at what this group of people has accomplished: how many went into the service, how many went to war, the educators, instructor's of every type, college professor's, department chairs, business owners, large & small, men & women. Doctor's, Dentists, Attorney's, Accountants, Artist's, Airline Pilot's, Fighter Pilot's, Captain's of ships, Captain's of Industry.. McCormick, I think there are even 2 Realtor's? Really!! Oh & so much more... When they gave us those diploma's & sent our class out into the world, we grabbed it and ran.. We truly did not ask "what our Country could do for us" we went out and did what we could do for Country, our Family's & Ourselves.. 93% of our class went on to higher education, are you kidding me?? We as a whole are a grand accomplishment, we should be proud of ourselves. We came, we learned, we traveled the globe, we helped our fellow travelers, we have helped those in need, we have indeed made this a better place, and we have led, we are something... Thank You to all who were able to come enjoy, I hope many more continue to sign up on our website. For those unable to attend I hope you join the conversation, just as I have seen Doug & Shirley just join (we missed You both, for way too many years), and I hope to see hundreds of pictures posted to the site very soon.. Maybe we will not wait so long to do this again. I think it is time to BRING THE BAND BACK... Thanks again to everyone, it was a sensational weekend!!! Bob