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•   Jacob Goodman (Bill Goodman's Son)  3/15
•   Melvyn Rubenfire  3/11
•   Jeff Jenks  3/8
•   Clara Kecskes (Angerilli)  1/7
•   Sandy Schrut (Weiswasser)  9/4
•   Betty Swartz (Hirschfield)  9/3
•   Suzanne Heller (Curtis)  8/20
•   Raymond Pliskow  7/14
•   Ilaine Lorber (Packman)  7/5
•   Donald(Don) Reimer  6/27
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

13 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
60 live in California
4 live in Colorado
2 live in Connecticut
1 lives in District Of Columbia
55 live in Florida
2 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
1 lives in Idaho
12 live in Illinois
1 lives in Indiana
1 lives in Iowa
1 lives in Louisiana
5 live in Maryland
4 live in Massachusetts
242 live in Michigan
1 lives in Missouri
5 live in Nevada
2 live in New Hampshire
3 live in New Jersey
1 lives in New Mexico
12 live in New York
4 live in North Carolina
7 live in Ohio
1 lives in Oklahoma
2 live in Oregon
3 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Carolina
1 lives in Tennessee
6 live in Texas
1 lives in Utah
1 lives in Virgin Islands
2 live in Virginia
3 live in Washington
1 lives in West Virginia
5 live in Wisconsin
3 live in Ontario
1 lives in Saskatchewan
2 live in Australia
1 lives in Israel
50 location unknown


•   Rosalie Roth (Dean)  5/23
•   Alan Croll  5/27
•   Mary Lou Anguish (Douglas)  6/2
•   Arnold Phillips  6/3
•   Bluma Bremen (Schechter)  6/5
•   Sondra Levitt (Schubiner)  6/5
•   Sharon White (Solomon)  6/5
•   Lawrence Freedman  6/6
•   Diane Nieman (Firestone)  6/7
•   Judith Litvin (Plotnick)  6/8
•   Sandy Schrut (Weiswasser)  6/8
•   Allen Bennett  6/10
•   Arlene Lewis (Newman)  6/10
•   Lynne Smokler (Master)  6/13
•   Judith Simons (Gold)  6/14
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Mumford High School
Class Of 1957


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Welcome to the Mumford High Class Of 1957 web site. Please check often to see your classmate's updates.

Be sure to check out the Photos and Videos

Be sure to scroll through all of this page - lots of fun stuff!

We encourage our classmates to update their "profiles" regularly.

We ask that statements that are politically charged may be better posted on other websites.


65th Reunion

A Huge Success!

The reunion committee wants to thank all those who attended. It was great seeing all of you. It was obvious that our classmates have a special bond that unites us all together. 
The warmth in the room was so powerful that we all felt it. 

We understand why many of our class could not attend but we hope to have additional reunion gatherings in the future.

Stay tuned for more information!


Someone has provided with a copy of the '57 Capri

Check it out.

(We are not promoting that you buy it, just view and enjoy!)



Be sure to look at "mumford today" and "photos" to see

demolition photos and photos of the "new" mumford high

Now and Then

below - construction of auditorium section c.1949

after completion of first 3 sections c.1949




Located at the intersection of Wyoming and Thatcher avenues in Northwest Detroit, the school was named for Samuel C. Mumford, a Detroit Edison treasurer, who served for twenty-two years on the Detroit Board of Education and was elected president three times. 


Mr. Mumford was best known as a public-spirited, honest, unselfish and even tempered man who won the respect of all who came in contact with him.  Among his efforts, the most notable was ridding the Board of Education of corruption during the 1920s, which won him the respect of the entire community. His character was impeccable and prestigious.


Blueprints were completed in 1941, however, World War II delayed construction until 1947.  The school finally opened its doors in September, 1949, to a student body of 428 and a faculty of 12. The first unit, known as the south wing, was opened under the leadership of its first principal, Mr. C. E. Frazier Clark, who came to Mumford after a stint as principal of Southwestern High School. The building was not completed until 1953, when the auditorium, gymnasium, shop wing and cafeteria were opened.








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