There are now 141 Profile Updates from former classmates.
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Please take a moment to update your profile by clicking on the button below.

Please send pictures!
GHS68 will host up to four pictures with captions from previous and/or current years for no charge (see sample profile below). Though not a requirement, a picture of you and/or your family from the 70's, 80's, 90's and 2000's would be especially meaningful. Often I can correct exposure and other problems using Photoshop. Additional or replacement images can be posted for $5.00 each. There is no charge for changing profile information or removing photos.
How do I send them?
If your pictures are scanned photographs or digital images, email them to me (Lonnie Looper) at Please send each picture and caption in a separate email.

If you live in the Greenville area, you may hand deliver your photos to me, and I will scan them. Click HERE for map and directions. You may also mail them to me at 2785 Highway 1 South, Greenville MS 38701. Enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope if you would like them returned.
How do I see my Profile on the Internet?
When your profile information is received, it will be displayed on a separate page (see sample profile below) and can be accessed by clicking on your senior portrait. When a profile page is added this will appear at the bottom of your senior portrait. Your name will also be added to the QUICK LIST, a page containing the names of all classmates who have profiles with links to those pages.

If you were absent on "portrait day" I can usually find another picture of you in the yearbook(s) and put it at the bottom of the appropriate page.

Lonnie Looper

Current Address ... 2785 Highway 1 South, Greenville MS 38701
Telephone ... 662.335.0301
Email ...
Relationship Status ... Married to Freida Roberts for 37 years (2018)
Occupation ... Antiquities Replicator - Website Designer
Hobbies ... Fossil Collecting, Finding Indian Artifacts, Bird Watching, Fishing
Interests ... Archeology, Paleontology
Education ... MDCC

I spent most of the 70's living in the Florida Keys working as a professional scuba diver. We collected tropical fish and marine invertebrates for the saltwater aquarium trade.

We also found an aircraft lost since WWII, and once tagged an unexploded torpedo for the Coast Guard.
In the early 80's I returned to the Delta and married Freida Roberts. We share 2 sons, 4 grandsons, and 1 granddaughter.

I worked in aquaculture research and Freida was an educator and a wedding photographer.

Our hobbies were Indian artifact collecting and fishing.
During the 90's Freida and I made many trips on the Miss. River, collecting Ice Age animal bones, teeth, and tusks. This is me finding the jawbone of a great short-faced bear, a species known from only 110 localities worldwide.

Freida found the limb-bone of a manatee, only the second sea cow fossil ever found in the Miss.-Ohio River Valley. It is described in the scientific journal Marine Mammal Science.

To see our 540 piece Ice Age fossil collection click here.
June 6, 2007 – Hand-grabbing catfish in Lake Washington.

Today my time is divided making molds and casts of Ice Age fossils and Civil War artillery projectiles and designing websites for small businesses.

We are closely allied with several of the public museums and universities in our area, curating specimens, documenting collections, supplying samples for testing, and replicating items for exhibit.