Hello Ann-I was born and raised in Fontainebleau and went to Junior High 65/66 and then went to PAHS for my freshman year until they closed in 1967. My father was military and spent 2o years in Fontainebleau. I was very fortunate to be raised there by an American father and Franch mother. My last few years of high school were spent at Ft. Dix, New Jersey where my father retired when I graduated in 1970 and decided to move to Shape Belgium and they have not been back since. I have been to Fontainebleau a few times over the years and everything is still the same. Still beautiful and full of good memories.
This message is for any of the Army brats that lived and went to school in Fontainebleau from the 50's until the closing in 1967. Also to any of the soldiers who knew all of us Army brats as we did hang around with them a lot.
I hope someone reads this and will remember.
Ann Ray p Picheloup
By any chance was your fathers name Gus? If so I was his company clerk at Fontainebleau in 1966. Our company commander at the time was Capt. Theodore Brunner, later replace by Lt. Tom Street. I was in the garrison which provided, among other things, transportation for the dependents such as yourself to and from school in Paris.