Sharon J. Barca Samson-Friddle

Profile Updated: October 8, 2020
Residing In: MN USA
Spouse/Partner: Robert Friddle
Occupation: retired graphic designer
Children: Daughter, Heather Wulfsberg and grandchildren.
They are the love of my life along with my husband More…Bob
Yes! Attending Reunion

Graduated from UWM Milwaukee with a BFA. Taught art for a few years in the public schools system. Joined a small graphics company and went on to own my own graphics business called Gabrielle Graphics. Taught Graphics on a college level at Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, MIAD. After moving to Minnesota taught at Minnesota Schools of Business and Minneapolis Collage of Art and Design, MCAD. We travel extensively and spend time enjoying the world. My husband is a talented architect who is the Director of Design and Construction for the city of Minneapolis. We live in a wonderful Democratic neighborhood overlooking the Mississippi River.

School Story:

Graduated from Mary D. Bradford in 1960. My best friend was Karen McKinney. High school is a blur.

Places Traveled:

Italy Scotland England France Finland Luxembourg Belgium Switzerland and many stated here in the U.S.

Favorite High School Memory:

My favorite is the first time I saw the school building when I was about five or six years old. I went with my big sister Iris while she was attending it. I thought it was so big that I would never be able to go to school there, but I obviously did.

Any Words Of Wisdom:

Life is what you do everyday, don't waste it

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Dec 03, 2020 at 5:37 PM

Hi Meredith, I think we were in fifth grade together. Mr. Zimmerman I believe. I think I was responsible for spraying a pink sweater of yours with iodine. It was a little experiment that went terribly wrong. I wonder if you remember. And, of course, have a happy birthday.

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Nov 17, 2020 at 11:42 AM

Posted on: Nov 17, 2020 at 11:42 AM

Stanley, don't know if you remember, but you were my first crush. Don't even know if you knew or not. We met once at the cities major ice rink for a twirl on the ice. Nice memory, Sharon

Nov 13, 2020 at 11:18 AM

Happy Birthday Ernest, I just joined this site for information about our graduating class. Nice to remember fellow students from our school MDB.