Tucker, Georgia High School Class of 1962

Robert A. "Tony" McDonald
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Still Single. Was engaged for four years in the late 60's and weeks away from marriage - but decided that his long term happiness precluded trying to live his life trying to make another happy. Has a brother, Don, who was in the class of 1960 and a sister, Majorie Wynn, who was in the class of 1964. Tony retired in 2006 from Sears where he had worked since 1983. Tony also worked for Delta Airlines from 1969 until 1972. Tony received his Bachelors from UGA in 1969 and his Masters from UGA in 1980. While at Tucker, Tony was involved in Sports, Chorus and of course hanging out at Fountain's drug store. Tony remembers Mr. Tremble as an eternal optimist and recalls Mr Rycroft allowing him to sleep in class. Tony enjoyed a bookkeeping class at THS - recalling that he liked the detail. If he had it to do over again, he would study more and work a part time job. Tony lived in Smyrna from 1971 to 1977, Athens from 1977 to 1981. He lived in Tucker from birth until 1971 and returned there in 1981 - where he remains. Tony is one of the few who attended Tucker schools from elementary through high school. Tony's best high school friends were Billy Hardin, Nyal Clayton, Bobby Lumpkin, Mike Hinesly, Gerald Jones, Bill Bacon, Tony Goza and Duane Holbrook. Tony had knee surgery in 1971 and on both shoulders in the late 80's and remains fit and active. Tony enjoys golf. He spends more time doing yard work that he wants. Tony follows Tucker High School, University of Georgia and University of Alabama sports. Living in Tucker; Tony sees David Greenway, Verene Stanley and Diane Bryan on occasion. Tony's favorite trips were San Francisco, Las Vegas, Miami, and surprisingly Iowa and Minnesota. Tony's immediate plans are to enjoy life as much as possible and live as long as he can. All of you girls need to know that Tony had a crush on most of you from time to time but he had one on Sandra Hannon for the longest. Tony didn't admit it on his questionnaire but is is widely acknowledged that Tony was responsible for painting SENIORS 62 on the water tower on more than one occasion.

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