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Warsaw High School

Fellow Class of 59 mates,

As some of you may know and some not, my wife Millie (Millicent Horn) has been battling dementia for about 3 years. All of a sudden last April it took a turn for the worse. As of today, hospice says she should determine if she wants to get up or stay in bed.  Our goal at this point is for her to be comfortable and to feel secure.  Millie can no longer walk on her own nor with a walker.  She does shower with the hospice aide here and she has been coming to the table in a wheelchair to eat, but after today she may be eating while still sitting up in bed.

She still knows me and her sister and her 102 year old mother plus sometimes she recognizes an occasional visitor but not every time.

               Thankfully she does not hurt, and is able to be at peace while she sleeps.  I know this is awkward for me to tell and for some of you to hear but I thought you would like to know.

Your prayers are appreciated. 

Thank you all, Denny Andrews

574-527-9544 (if I don’t answer, leave a message, I will get back to you)


Denny Andrews would like classmates to know that he has a new phone number.  It is 574-371-7541.


 Class Of 1959

Visitors, Welcome!  Please feel free to browse the features that are not password protected. 

To gain access to all the features of this website you need to register and create your own personal password.  It's easy, free and secure.  Simply look at the top of the list in the left column and click on "Classmate Profiles".  Find your name, click on it, and follow the prompts.  For more detailed instructions, please click on the "First Time Visitor" link at left.


Reunion 2019

Plans are underway for our 60th year reunion in 2019.  Please mark the dates on your calendar.  Click on "Reunion 2019" for reunion page.







More information about our facebook group - Warsaw High School Class of 1959


  • The GROUP is open to the public for viewing but only members of the group can post
  • Some of you are already a member of the group
  • If you are not a member and would like to join, follow these instructions


                1.  Click on the Facebook logo and you will be taken to the group page

                2.  Click on the tab "join group" which is along the top, under the strip of pictures

(if you don't see the tab, you are already a member)

                3.  A request will be sent to administrator where it will be activated




WHS Class of 1960

Would you like to find out what your friends from the class of '60 have been doing?  You can read their profiles and communicate with them through their class website.  The website was created by Nancy Linn Dirck and she is responsible for the administration of it.  You can request to be added to their roster as a "guest" by:

  • Visit
  • Go to "Contact Us" page
  • Send an email requesting to be added as a guest.  Don't forget to mention who you are.
  • After you receive a reply from Nancy, go back to the website and follow the procedure you did to register on this site.  You will find your name at the bottom under the guest category.
  • After you receive notice that you have been verified, you can visit all password protected pages and read profiles of your friends.


"Truly great friends are hard to find, difficult to leave, and impossible to forget." - G. Randolf