Gale Bravakis (Hofmann)

Miles and miles and miles of heart

Our amiable and able junior class secretary proves herself again as her Y Group president...Gale's enthusiastic "hello" is heard often in the halls of LHS...she will not easily forget hearing the Beatles at Shea or browsing in boutiques down the shore.

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Gale Bravakis (Hofmann)

Living in Germany, a small farmer's village - 250 kilometers from Munich with a population of about 500 (that's including the surrounding hamlets), for the past 30 years, is my incredible accomplishment since graduation! I've been married for 33 years, two children, one grand-child(!). I work as an artist and teach english to pre-schoolers...what fun.



On May 31, 2010 12:50 PM, Judy Gilchrist wrote:

am wondering if you are related to John or James Bravakis who both worked for the telephone company in New Jersey - worked with both of them in East Orange.........

On September 10, 2009 8:18 PM, Carrie Rockwood wrote:

Hi Gale - it is wonderful to hear about your life. My boyfriend is from Worms, Germany, been in the USA for many. We were there a while back - my first time in Germany - and it was a wonderful experience, a beautiful, small city on the Rhine. Where exactly do you live?

On September 3, 2009 4:21 AM, Steve Bernstein wrote:

Hey, Gale - I'm going to miss you, too. In the meantime, do you have any art to share on-line? One neat thing that Barry Shapiro's been doing is alerting us all to the surprisingly large number of artists (and their work) he's been finding among us. Anyhow, you're an artist, a pre-school teacher and a grandma ... who still looks like a movie star! XXOO

On August 30, 2009 2:29 AM, adrienne koss wrote:

Hi glad to hear that all is well with you and sorry, however, to hear you won't be at the reunion. Since I'm still a Jersey girl, I'll be there for sure..LHS graduate, Jimmy ,in tow. We'll miss you!

On August 23, 2009 4:22 PM, Peggy Jordan wrote:

Gale -You read my comment! I'm so excited to feel like we are back in touch. I'll email more later but FYI "kudos" means "high praise. Funny thing is, it is from the GREEK word for "glory, acclaim"

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