Class of 1967

Paul R Green
Port Charlotte, FL



Paul & Beth at Reunion40 Check-in

On August 8, 2007 Paul wrote:

NAME: Paul R. Green

Nickname for nametag: "Weenie"

Wife/Date/Significant Other's Nametag:  Beth

eMail Address:

Mailing Address: 2606 Mayfield Ave.
                              Tallahassee, FL, 32308

Phone Number(s): (850) 385-4082

I retired this past year after 37 years with the public school system in Tallahasse.  Education was a great career for me.  I really enjoyed working with kids everyday. I had the opportunity to be a Principal at all the grade levels from Prek through 12th and for all segments of society in our community.  I came to Tallahassee for graduate school at Florida State Universiy in 1967, married a local girl and, except for a tour of duty in the Army, never left.  I lost my first wife, Lyndi Meginniss to cancer in 1999.  In 2002, I married Beth May.  Two grown daughters but no grandkids yet.  Kelly (28) is married to a cop, has a Masters in Entrepreneurship, works for the Fla. Dept. of Agriculture and runs her own horseback riding stable.  Darby (24) is in her last year of Law School at Texas Tech.  Regretfully, both girls were undergraduate Animal Science majors at the University of Florida.  Nothing like having a couple of Gators in a Seminole family.  Especially after their football and basketball National Championships last year.

I may go back to work someday, helping wayward kids or beginning teachers.  But, right now I'm really enjoying retirement.  We have a little place at the coast and spend 3 days a week at the beach, 3 days in town and one day doing laundry and shopping.  The cat, Ronald, is our major source of conversation. " Life is Good."

This will be my 9th reunion.  I'm looking forward to seeing old friends, especially my roomy, Holly Keller, whom we have presumed was dead for the past 38 years and I'd love to discuss the literary merits of The River Is Wide with Pat Conroy.  It's time for him to come back to the fold.  See ya'll in November.


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