Too many died young and a few even before graduation, others never to know marriage and families, some died later in their middle years and others, recently.  We give them our kindest regards and deepest thanks for having helped shape our own lives.
 
As of August 25, 2017, we know of 73 classmates that have passed away!


  The remarks made below by friends and family can be uplifting and we thank you.  It helps us all to realize how important every day can be.  Some of us have been called home way too early though memories live on!

 

 

 

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Edmund  Allen 

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 Roberta Anderson

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 Sharon Bahmer

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 Gary Bahr

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John Bahr

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 Mary Bass

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 William Bren

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 Thomas Campbell

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 David Cecka

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Jean Cecka

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 James Cline

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Gideon Cook

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Bruce Crandall

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 Lynne Deleo

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 James Downs

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 Ric Douglas

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 Roger Duemke

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 William Eddy

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 David Emme

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Paul Forsberg

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 Sherryl Gartner

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Barbara Gebert

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Patricia Glancy

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 Gary Good

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David Gysland

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 Laurel Halverson

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Barbara Hastad

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Harry Hjermstad

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 William Hladky

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David Holtzman

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 Terry Hummel

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 Donald Hyer

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 Irene Joanidhi

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 Cathleen Keiffer

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 James Kirkeeide

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Mark Kozel

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 Paul Krumsieg

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Hellen Lazaretti

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 Pamela Lind

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Burt Lindbery

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 Michael Mander

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Raymond Mattson

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 Patrick McGrain

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 Susan Meyer

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 Nancy Nelson

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Rick Niles

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Sharon Nolden

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 Dan Oas

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 Craig Obbarius

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 Susan Payne

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 Gerald Plehal

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 Warren (Dwight) Quackenbush

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 John Ramstad

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 Dana Rohr

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 Jay Rowe

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James Schug

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Tim Sheats

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 Ted Sliter

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David Smetana
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 Brian Smith

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Neil Spieker

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 Craig Stall

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 Carl Steel

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Richard Steffan

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 James Strain

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 Steve Swanson

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 Norma Terwilliger

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 Marcia Vesely

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Robert Westling

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Wayne Wilcox

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Donald Wittenberg

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 Gilbert Wright


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Bill Eddy

Bill always seemed to be older than he was.  He had real people skills,  had a great ability to make you like him and enjoy just being around him. He could charm your mom, give a firm handshake to your dad, and wink mischieviously at your big sister in just one visit.  His good nature rubbed off on everyone.  I learned a lot about what it takes to travel smoothly in this world from Bill and I miss him and regret his far too early exit.
john kennedy

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sherry gartner

my first friend, we moved into Hobby Acres at age 5, lived across the street from each other for the next ten years, growing up through the grades at Alice Smith school and South Junior High. Sherry was a true and loyal friend, almost like a sister, we shared so much...........I never got the chance to reconnect with her, but I won't forget her smile and spirit.
john kennedy

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Marcia Vesely

Luanne and I spent a week one winter with Marcia and her husband in Peurto Vallarta. While we lounged around on the sand, Marcia would be dragging a 20 lb. bag of dog food up and down the beach to feed all the homeless critters. Quite a remarkable woman.
Bill O'Neill

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From Hazel Seck on February 26th, 2013
 
Favourite memory
The big snowball Al Mueller rolled up to the Vesley’s front door and could not be opened till spring, or the Christmas tree lot in the Vesley’s front yard. Marcia was on the receiving end of many Al Mueller pranks! She was a true friend!