Being part Sasquatch, Boomer was
found as an infant on the hill up behind
the school. He was adopted by a local
family and a few years later was enrolled
at PCS where he became part of the famous
Class of 79. You might remember him...long
arms, enormous cranium, kind of a loser.
After a 16 day career in the Coast Guard,
Boomer jumped from job to job until he
entered the computer field in 2001,
developing the HAL 9000 which maintains
systems control for space stations.
Today he lives in a leanto up on the hill
where he enjoys hunting and gathering
like the early hominids of yesteryear.
Jimmy grew up next to Big Jim Hawbaker's Hunting Lodge, learning to fish, hunt, trap, and identify vegetation while living
in the tranquil outskirts of Portville.
He started running in the woods with Boomer around 1975, joining him on several projects at Portville Central
School. Together, they managed the Universal Weight Room from April 78 to June 79.
After high school, Jimmy traveled across the planet, living in places like Athens, Geneseo, Buffalo, Richmond, and
He is now the full-time manager of Camp Clarity, hosting various get-togethers for city-dwellers and country folks
Frequently-Asked Questions about pcs1979.com:
How did the web site get started?
Well, basically, Boomer's mom works for Judge Jerry Sullivan in Portville's municipal building. Jimmy's
mom works with Jerry's wife, Gloria, next door in the Portville Free Library. Next question.
What happened after that?
Boomer and Jimmy somehow got together in June, 2003.
Boomer figured it was time to start a Class of 1979 web site, so he got the ball rolling and commissioned
Jimmy to create something for the 25th-year Reunion in 2004. (Boomer is president of the 79 Class and has learned to
harness great powers viewing old Kung Fu films.)
Anything else for the record?
When Jimmy discovered how much space was available, he went crazy...and while Boomer was not looking, he
psychotically expanded the site.
What is the main goal of the site?
To take over the world...starting with Portville, then Friendship, then Bolivar.
This web site contains both true and fake information. It is primarily
intended for the amusement of Portville graduates, but we welcome visitors from other towns who share in our humor.