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ernie hernandez
Posted on the 2019-05-23 at 20:00
My friend and our classmate Richard Valent passed away in March 2019.  I knew Dickie from the 1st grade in Elizabeth School (now Allen).  Had not seen him in years but we met again at the 40th year HS reunion and stayed in touch.   He went out of his way!  About 8-10 years ago I met a partially-blind, disabled veteran in Yorktown, TX who knew Dickie, Castulo and David Davila very well from high school.   Seeing he was quite excited to hear about his old friends, I emailed Dickie and Castulo shortly after my visit and asked them to send the veteran a card - it would certainly make his day.  I found out later they did not sent a card but all drove from Corpus to Yorktown and spent the better part of the day with the veteran!  About a month later, the veteran calls me up out of the blue and tells me about the visit.   He said it was the best day he had had in years - his disability prevented any long distance traveling.    I thank God and our Lord Jesus Christ that those three veterans went out of their way to brighten the day of a veteran who essentially was stationary - Thank you Dickie, Castulo and David!
ernie hernandez
Posted on the 2019-01-18 at 19:00
Sad to hear of the passing of Diane Roberts Rose.  She certainly made English class tolerable.  We sat in the back and shared notes.  However, I was glad to hear she was a Christian.  I imagine she's having a great time with our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.

Gail Lorfing Fowler
Posted on the 2017-12-11 at 19:00
So sorry to miss the 50th! Enjoyed the comments, photos etc. I live in Virginia, am retired RN, have a 28 yr old son and 43 yr old stepson and 2 beautiful grandchildren. Seems impossible we are all so old!!The "In Memory" list is so long and faces come into my head as I read the names. Life is indeed short and each day a blessing. Gail
Randy Sladek
Posted on the 2017-10-21 at 20:00
     I really enjoyed the entire reunion: "Old" friends and classmates; Great location, events schedule, food, drinks, music, etc.  My thanks go out to all of the people envolved in planning, staging, and executing a near perfect 50th reunion experience. Good Work!! Thank you.      I hope you can do it again in 2022, but fully respect your right to retire on a high note. I'm way too lazy to organize on that scale. Hasta luego amigos.
Posted on the 2017-10-09 at 20:00
Ditto everything Chuck Baskin said!!!  It was the best reunion ever and they've all been great fun.  It's always fun to get caught up with old friends and make new ones.
Suzanne Martin Biddle Sager
Posted on the 2017-10-09 at 20:00
Dear Fellow Classmates, As I sit here thinking about how wonderful this past weekend was, I want to reinforce several things that I had thought were true but now know are true:  The common bond all of us share is the most important thing, all people were truly glad to see each other, and we are getting to the point we can accept the differences in people and love them anyway.  The reuion was fantastic and we will do it again. All of those who played a part in the organization and planning however large are small deserve all of our thanks.  I especially want to thank Terri Stokes Sherwood for all her work on the memory boards (a grim reminder for all of us to live our lives) and the large name tags we could all see!   
Posted on the 2017-10-07 at 20:00
What a great 50th reunion that the entire Committee put over a year of effort into for all of us.  For those who came - it was wonderful seeing you all again and catching up with what you have done in the last 10 years (or more).  For those that didn't make it - sorry you didn't come and know you were missed. It's amazing that every reunion just gets better and better and that's because of those who work so hard to arrange the details and the magnificient Hospitality Suite that gives us such a great chance to really meet, greet, re-connect - often with people we didn't really know well in school.  As always - we had some who come every reunion and some who came for the 10th or maybe the 20th and never again until this reunion.  As always, we had some "first timers" and they are always so appreciated.    If you have never come back for a Ray '67 Reunion - now the Ray-King '67 Reunion - you are missing out on a great weekend.  Special thanks to Jeanne Goodhew, our "keeper of the list" - she makes every effort to stay connected to the Classes of 1967. Congratulations to the Entire committee for another really excellent job - I bet they want to hide under a bed when they heard all the calls of "We have to have a 55th Reunion". If they do ..... we will certainly be there.  Great time had by all.  Thank You!
Belinda (Gonzales) Irons
Posted on the 2017-06-26 at 20:00
Hi Ya'All, Really looking forward to making this one and seeing all these faces I don't recognize anymore%uD83D%uDE04 Thank goodness for  name tags . Hopefully at least one of you will " Remember" me ... Cheers, Belinda  
Richard Childress III
Posted on the 2016-09-03 at 20:00
I was only able to attend one reunion back in 92\', but had a great time. I will be at next one. 50th. Yay. I am available to help any way I can. Also would someone please put my name on the veterans list. United States Air Force Security Service 1998-1977 Thanks & looking forward to reunion, Richard Childress
Maria Galvez
Posted on the 2015-04-28 at 20:00
Beverly Joan Melton Sorenson Becker I am Joan's niece.  My Aunt was class of 1968 Ray High School.  The attached link is her obituary for those that knew her.  She always talked about Corpus and Ray High School. God Bless her. Maria Horn Galvez  
Barbara Presley Britt
Posted on the 2014-03-03 at 19:00
Looking forward to seeing everyone and having a great time catching up with the "gang!" Will see you this evening at the Holiday Inn Marina!     CHEERS 2 U !!!!!   Barbara (Barbie) Presley Britt   
Ernie Hernandez
Posted on the 2014-03-03 at 19:00
I'm trying to get ahold of Margie Silvas - 1967 grad.  She was in the Print VOC class.  If you know her or someone who knows her, will you please have them contact me at
Ernie Hernandez
Eddie Martin
Posted on the 2014-03-03 at 19:00
This could start downtown CC on the move, if it gets build!The iconic Lichtenstein building in downtown Corpus Christi is weeks away from being torn down to make way for a five-story mixed-use apartment complex modeled after the building’s signature curved facade at the corner of Chaparral and Lawrence streets.
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The iconic Lichtenstein building in downtown Corpus Christi is weeks away from being torn down to make way for a five-story mixed-use apartment complex modeled after the building’s signature curved facade at the corner of Chaparral and Lawrence streets.

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Linda (Johnston) Jonas
Posted on the 2013-02-17 at 19:00
I was glad to see the announcement of our reunion in the Caller this morning.  Yes, I STILL live in Corpus.  Whodathunkit?  I look forward to seeing all of you.  Hopefully, there will be name tags!!!  :)  I graduated from King in '67.  Where has the time gone?!?  A special 'Thank You' to all those who have gone to the trouble to put this together for us.  
Cindy Freeman Brissman
Posted on the 2013-02-11 at 19:00

Well, I just found this site by accident but enjoyed reading all the post.  WOW, I hope to make it to the next reunion. 

maryVIRGINIA LEACH Leyendecker
Posted on the 2013-02-11 at 19:00

Planners for the Ray/King67reunion recently announced a 2 year leeway on each side... Members  from the Class of 65-66-67-68- to the Class of 69 AND SPOUSE/FRIEND are cordially invited.  The room block is limited. Make your reservation asap if you want to overnight at the Omni Marina Hotel (the brown facility, not the tall white tower). "See ya there!" ... and I hope you remember me, because I don\'t... was I smart, nice, funny, quiet? sombodeh  tell me ... 
  BEST REGARDS, Virginia Leach 

christine stegall
Posted on the 2013-01-09 at 19:00
I attended King in 1966 as a junior.  My maiden name is Christine Moore and I have been trying to find some classmates who graduated there in 1967.  Their names at graduation were Connie Perriloux, Debbie Truax, and Wayne Lord (who graduated in 1966).  If you know them or have heard anything that could help me find them, please contact me at this Email ( thanks!!
Roy Clayton
Posted on the 2013-01-09 at 19:00
God bless you are in my thoughts.
Guy Richard Asher III (Dicky)
Posted on the 2013-01-09 at 19:00

I graduated the class of 68 at King. I went to the 10th. and 30th. reunion. It has been a while now. I would love to hear from any "old" friends. I have retired twice and live out in the country near Mathis TX. I attend Journey Church at Callicoate Rd. and I-37 in Corpus Christi TX. I hang out on the Facebook pages WE GREW UP IN CORPUS CHRISTI TX  and GROWING UP IN CORPUS CHRIST TX


Robert Connell '68
Posted on the 2011-08-28 at 20:00
Hey all......been lots of places and haven't age a day!  Ok......maybe!  But still 18 in my mind!  Get in touch.  See lots of familiar names and memories race as I recall the days at Ray.
tom swinburn
Posted on the 2011-08-28 at 20:00
Any news on whereabouts or contact information on Ray 62-65 & King 65-66 band members would be greatly appreciated. Hard to believe my baby faced good looks have stayed with me for 44 years. In order to avoid embarrassing any of you who have aged normally, I\'ve not been to any reunions. But as I now look as if I may be approaching 40, that may change. " Sarcasm off"
Mary Nell (Smith) Jones
Posted on the 2011-08-28 at 20:00
For those of you who attended Casa Linda Elementary School, it is closing it doors May 2011. There will be a closing ceremony on May 19th for those who would like to attend.
Agalia \"Gayle\" Bush Schrock
Posted on the 2011-05-10 at 20:00
How exciting to find all of ya\'ll!!  Hope someone remembers me.  : )  I would have been a part of class 67 but moved to Arizona in 66. I lived in CC from 57 -66.  Houston Elem ,Baker Jr Hi, Ray & King.   Lets keep this site going & updated. 
Sad to see some of my friends & classmates have passed away.    I live in Indiana now so if anyone is near let me hear from U.
Class of 67 rules!!
Bill Planey
Posted on the 2010-06-28 at 20:00
(Reposted from the Facebook page)
I spent only two years in Corpus Christi - 1974-76. I moved from Dallas and I finished the end of sixth grade at (then new) Sanders elementary; did the full year of 7th grade at Tom Browne Jr. High, then moved to New Jersey and eventually back to Dallas to graduate with the same people I left several years earlier. If I remember correctly, the schools I attended in Corpus Christi fed into Carroll High School.

But here\'s a weird story. During college in the early 1980s, I was a checker at a grocery store in Richardson, TX. Over time, back then at least, you would make friends with certain customers and they would make sure to go through your checkout. One such friend was Tai-Shan Barnett.

I was an art student, and when she came into the store one day and told me that she was expecting a child, I made sure the next time I was working to bring her one of my drawings as a gift. Eventually, her son Sterling had this drawing hanging over his crib.

Tai-Shan and I maintained a casual friendship and I filled her in on my new and sudden family from Russia when that happened in the mid-1990s. And then of course we lost touch.

I was just thinking about her today and decided to google her name - and was shocked to see her name on the "In Memory Of" page connected with Ray High School class of 1967 (her maiden name was Parnall). She had told me that her father named her after the Tai-Shan mountains in Korea (where he fought during that war), but I had no idea that she had ever lived in Corpus Christi.

She was a very nice woman and I am sad to know that she has passed away. Does anyone know what happened to her and when? and how can I contact her husband Bill Barnett to offer belated condolences?
John Sowa Class of 68
Posted on the 2009-08-14 at 20:00
Hey All,

Seems I missed every reunion there is.  So next one please email me!  Hopefully I will still be alive!
Arthur Lemos
Posted on the 2009-03-19 at 20:00

First time I've seen this web site, it's great.  Will try to make the 60th. Thanks to Robert Leos for letting me know about it.  Living the dream in Seabrook, Texas.

Patty Riley
Posted on the 2009-02-11 at 19:00
Hello in CC!!  I would love to see you all and will try to make it to the party this summer.  

Janet (Moody) Davis
Posted on the 2008-10-15 at 20:00
I am excited that there is the possibility of a 60th birthday party  in '09.  I will get there from California if I can.  We are in TX for the fall - at Baylor.  We are enjoying the old home state.
Lael (Ford) Miller
Posted on the 2008-08-07 at 20:00
The one and only Ray reunion I've attended was our 10th. I was young, thin and fairly good looking and thought I'd rather people remember me that way! Although, now that I'm older (a LOT older), those things don't really matter any more, do they? Please keep me posted on future reunions or get-togethers. I live in Houston, but my folks are back in Corpus and I visit quite often.
Nora Almaraz Atchley
Posted on the 2008-06-04 at 20:00
Does anyone know anything about Cathy Wigbels? I would appreciate any information.
Joan Melton Becker '68
Posted on the 2008-04-19 at 20:00
Hope all of you are doing wonderful!  I live in Houston with 2 grown great sons & 3 granddaughters!

Write me anytime and take care!

Joan Melton
(c) 832-330-0493
Elizabeth Davenport Johns
Posted on the 2008-03-24 at 20:00
My father, Charles Davenport, was Band Director at RHS during the 1960's.  I was born in Corpus Christi in 1967, so my earliest memories center around Ray and all the stories and fond memories my dad shared with us.  My dad treasured his time at Ray.  He passed away in 1999.
Mary Nell Smith (Jones)
Posted on the 2007-11-11 at 19:00
Thanks for the tribute to the veterans of the military services, what a nice thing to do.  My husband was in the Air Force for 22 years and we moved so many times, lived so many places, and unfortunately have lost so many friends, that opening up the website and hearing the music was very uplifting. Thanks for remembering our troops for serving and please continue to remember them as they continue to serve.
Jeanne Goodhew
Posted on the 2007-09-18 at 20:00
To everyone who came and celebrated our 40th Reunion - it was really great seeing you - come back again - I missed talking to so many people. The night was memorable, great times were shared and old friendships were rekindled. A huge thanks to all who came from near and far to celebrate with us! Now the next question, does anyone have any pictures that they can share with us. Please forward them to Linda Avery, Phyllis Stephenson or me. We are working on the min-annual. Hope to see you at the 60th Birthday Party in 2009! Jeanne Goodhew
Cindy (Wright) Crawford
Posted on the 2007-06-19 at 20:00
Darn! Just heard about the 40th reunion. I was even in Texas at the time (visiting my middle son who just moved to Austin). I have been in Grand Junction, CO since 1988, and happily married to Steve since 1975. Have 3 boys and 2 grandkids! Hard to believe! Helping plan the 20th was way fun, sorry I missed this one. Please put me on the contact list for the next one! Would love to hear from any of my "old" friends.
shirley jensen
Posted on the 2007-06-05 at 20:00
I guess I should have read all this before the reunion, I might have been able to see a few more people if I'd known you were going to be there!
Elizabeth Puckett Hopkins & Tommy
Posted on the 2007-06-03 at 20:00
It was a wonderful reunion. Thanks to all in Corpus who made it possible. It was great to see friends from both King and Ray. Even seeing Steve Grime there. Hoping all keep in touch maybe for a 45th reunion. Elizabeth (Liz)
Mickie (Cox) Hill
Posted on the 2007-06-03 at 20:00
OH MY GOSH!!! I woke up this morning, realizing that we were celebrating our 40th, and immediately tried to find details on the festivities. I sadly was informed that I was "a smidge" late. David and I recently moved from Houston to the Dallas area and have lost contact with everyone from Corpus. Would someone please bring me up to speed on a few things. I sadly saw that Colleen Bell, Helen (Ginny) Bachor, Randy Grissom, and Diana Hec have died. What happened to these dear hearts? Also, EDDIE MARTIN, how did we lose you? You were the one reason David was willing to attend these reunions...(He knew you from "a past life") Bonnie Goode, your dimples have not changed one bit! Deborah Nichols, Cherry Hoover, Martha Holley........???? So curious....and sad we missed the fun time. Please put us on the list for the next "get together". THANKS! Mickie
Jo Smith Childers
Posted on the 2007-05-31 at 20:00
Just read the guest book messages. So sorry I missed the reunion. I know it was really something special. I also really appreciate all the hard work that was put into making it a fun and fantastic time for all that attended. I hope that I'll make the next one.
Cathy Habib Park
Posted on the 2007-05-24 at 20:00
I only made it to the Sunday lunch at Joe's, but it was great seeing all the Buckaroos. Thanks Eddie for getting me back in touch with old friends. I can't believe that I've known anyone for 52 years. Wow. Great seeing all the old Elizabeth Street Elementary kids again. Loved it all. Cathy Habib Park
Martha Bernal Elizondo
Posted on the 2007-05-24 at 20:00
Thanks, Jeanne and Linda, for all your hard work which allowed some of us to at least re-connect with all our 'old' friends by e-mail. I heard it was great, but sorry I could not be there, but when your Mother-in-law is 105 and is calling for us to visit, we must. We had not seen her since Christmas. BUT, there will be more good reunions coming up. Good thing we have made it this far. God Bless you all. Love ya, Martha
Ann Westberry Speights
Posted on the 2007-05-23 at 20:00
It was great. I had so much fun, and enjoyed seeing so many friends. I only hate that this was my first. I look forward to more. Thanks Jeanne and Linda for everything that ya'll did organizing everything and Steve and Phyllis for all the work and time that ya'll put into the hospitiality room.
Cathy Cantu Hiller
Posted on the 2007-05-22 at 20:00
Linda and Jeanne, this weekend's parties were a BLAST! We all know that you two worked hard to get everything just right, from the Island Casual party to the Big Event, where you even had our senior pix, for all to see, in our yester-year glory. Let's NOT wait until our 50th reunion to get together again.
Sandi Simon
Posted on the 2007-05-22 at 20:00
Oh, my-forty years just fell away (but not too far away) as I reunited with so many friends. Now I regret that this was my first time. Special kudos to Jeanne, Linda, and the rest of the committee who worked tirelessly to allow the rest of us to just saunter in and enjoy. Steve and Phyllis deserve extra special thanks for the everflowing food and spirits at the hospital room both nights. See all of you next time.
Connie Garrett Jander
Posted on the 2007-05-21 at 20:00
WHAT A WONDERFUL REUNION!!! Thanks to all of the organizers for all of their great work - it was just awesome to see everyone again!! Thanks again so much!!
Anetha Roberts Wylie
Posted on the 2007-05-21 at 20:00
I wished I would have made this one. I know it would have been a blast after talking to Gary Rapier.
ernie hernandez
Posted on the 2007-05-20 at 20:00
Great reunion - Thanks! Who was explaining 'Rightly Dividing' to me? Please get back to me at - ernie
Joyce Moody Tyson
Posted on the 2007-05-20 at 20:00
It's wonderful that everyone had such a great time, I really wish my husband and I could have attended. I hope some pictures will be posted so those of us that could not attend can enjoy seeing everyone. I would love hearing from everyone. I am also looking forward to an opportunity to have another reunion soon. Everyone take care.
John Layton
Posted on the 2007-05-20 at 20:00
Thanks to Jeanne, Eddie, Linda and anyone who helped put this reunion together. It really was the best. It is such a good feeling to reconnect with old friends. I'm looking forward til the next one. John Layton
Susan Zunker Ryder
Posted on the 2007-05-20 at 20:00
Thank you to everyone who planned the reunion. It was a great party with my "oldest" friends!
Kudos to Jeanne and Linda
Posted on the 2007-05-19 at 20:00
Jeanne, and Linda: This is no doubt the best reunion party I have ever attended. Thank you for putting your life on hold for six months, and making this party such a pleasureable experience. Oceans of Love, and kisses to both of you. Warm Personal Regards, Eddie Martin
John Layton
Posted on the 2007-05-17 at 20:00
Has anyone heard from GerryMcfadden?
Tom Friedman
Posted on the 2007-05-13 at 20:00
Greetings fellow Texans and proverbial Woodstockers. What a long, strange trip it’s been. I’ve been in Seattle since 1974. Unfortunately I will not be able to join you for this gala event. Thanks, Jeanne, for contacting me about the reunion and to all of you who put the whole thing together, including the web site. One of the first pics I saw in the class photos was of 3 generations of one family. I thought that’s nice, that one of my classmates posted a picture of their kids and their parents. Then I realized that the grandparents were my ’67 classmates! Wow…..where has the time gone? Mr. Ferguson, wherever you are, thanks for that great math training---with slide rules no less! I hung onto those Algebra notes until a few months ago, foolishly thinking that my kids would use them. To my fellow tennis team members, hope your still strokin’ em in the over 55 leagues! See you at the 50th?
Jeanne Goodhew
Posted on the 2007-05-13 at 20:00
Oh my goodness, I just checked - only 4 days to the reunion!!! Things are looking good though - we have the rooms, the food and soon the people will be here and the party will start - this is so exciting. Can't wait to see everyone! If you are not coming, I will personally be very sad that you are not here. I feel like I have gotten to re-know a lot of people in these last 6 months. Have a safe journey, God bless and see you soon!! Jeanne
Saturday Morning Walk May 19
Posted on the 2007-05-07 at 20:00
Shannon Smith, Nancy Stapp, and I are going to walk from Cole Park towards NAS, cheering the Beach to Bay Runners on to the finish line. Around 9:30 a. m. If you want to join us, let me know.
Annette Philips John
Posted on the 2007-05-06 at 20:00
I've been in the Houston/Humble/Atascocita area since 1974. See you at the party. Annette
Kathy Knott Enke
Posted on the 2007-05-01 at 20:00
Awesome!!! I have enjoyed reading all of the messages and thinking of the Class of 1967! GO TEXANS! So many wonderful memories! Curtis and I are living in the Hill Country and will be celebrating our 35th anniversary this year. Our son lives in San Antonio and our daughter in Austin. No grandchildren yet but the baby calves keep us busy! I regret that we will be unable to attend the reunion but hope that we can be at the 45th....Have a BLAST! I will be thinking of you and all of the good times! Blessings! Kathy
Gary Rapier
Posted on the 2007-05-01 at 20:00
Hey everyone! Just got out of prison after 35 years. I really didn't mean to rob that Bank. They had to release me early because of my weigh problem, over 400 pounds. Darn!! I do have good news though, I finally get a clear title to my 64' Falcon. Just kidding!!!! HA! Can't wait to see all you youngsters and already looking forward to our 50th & 60th!! Gary
Linda Harris Hutchinson
Posted on the 2007-04-29 at 20:00
No way !!!!!! How many years????? You guys are sure getting OLD........see ya there.
Ron Siemers
Posted on the 2007-04-27 at 20:00
Have lived in Houston virtually non-stop since graduation. Normal stuff - married, kids, etc. Will be there for the reunion on Saturday. Looking forward to visiting Corpus and catching up.
Larry Joos
Posted on the 2007-04-27 at 20:00
It's been a long time I live in Conroe Texas my Cell is 832-515-9564 call some time, see you soon!
Larry Tiner
Posted on the 2007-04-26 at 20:00
Thank you, Gary Rapier for getting ahold of me! I'm hoping to make the reunion. But I haven't noted many Mustangs in the guest book! I'm living out in the country west of Jourdanton, Texas. Still have some ties with CC, though. Those who remember me would truly be shocked to know that I taught for 10 years and have now been a junior high school counselor for 11 years. My grades and outlook on school make this quite an accomplishment!! Hope to hear from some old friends. My e-mail is
Hooks Baseball May 17
Posted on the 2007-04-24 at 20:00
We are going to the Hooks Baseball Game, Thursday May 17 Seven O"Clock. Tickets are Ten Dollars each. Dinner before the game at Brewster Street Ice House close to the staduim. Let me know if you are coming with us, so I can buy the tickets. Eddie Martin
Gary Rapier
Posted on the 2007-04-24 at 20:00
Golfers! Just a reminder that we are still in the process of getting a small golf tournament going for saturday morning, May 19th. Please contact Wayne Vann @ or myself if you would like to sign up. We currently have around 12 players but would like to have more if possible. Thanks, Gary
Richard A. Heath
Posted on the 2007-04-23 at 20:00
Hello Texans. Wow.!!! Did you see how many of our classmates are gone? Way too many...didn't see my name on that list.....yet. I live at West Fork, Arkansas south of Fayetteville. Built an RV park here. Married for 30 years, one daughter...age 24. Would like to hear from old friends...especially band members. Let's do another reunion in 2017. I'll try to be there.
Candelario Saenz
Posted on the 2007-04-21 at 20:00
40 years is a long time but I'm really looking forward to this reunion and seeing my friends from 40 years ago and meeting new ones!
Sue Thomas Deininger
Posted on the 2007-04-21 at 20:00
It's a bit frightening to realize how quickly time passes - 40 years was yesterday and a life time ago. I was at the 20th reunion to visit with Angela Hill. Enjoyed a party at Shannon Smith's mother's home. Wish I had learned of this reunion earlier so I could have arranged to be there. Like Angela, I hope there will be a 45th and I would enjoy being there. I am living in California - far from Texas, but hoping to retire to Albuquerque soon.
Michele Keesee
Posted on the 2007-04-14 at 20:00
It's fun to read all the postings from classmates. Much has happened in the ensuing 40 years. If someone had told me back in '67 that I'd be living in Manhattan, I'd have thought they needed their head examined. But that's where I've been for the past 20 someodd years. I married a New Yorker, and though that didn't work out, I stayed in the City and it's home for now. One of my sisters lives in Austin, so I get to Texas once or twice a year. I plan to attend the reunion's Friday night cocktail party and am looking forward to seeing old friends, meeting new ones, and doing some sightseeing in Corpus Christi. See you all soon! Michele Keesee
John Layton
Posted on the 2007-04-10 at 20:00
I have not aged. Joe has. Looking forward to it.
Becky Roddy
Posted on the 2007-04-10 at 20:00
I am a graduated of Ray in 1969, if anyone knows of '69 grads, have them contact me. We are putting together an email list for our 40th reunion, which is just around the corner! Thanks Becky
angela hill
Posted on the 2007-04-09 at 20:00
Jean Alexander Wright
Posted on the 2007-04-08 at 20:00
Hello to all! I'm sick because won't be able to make the reunion. It's up to the rest of you to party for me. I'll be in the New Mexico mountains sitting in front of a roaring fire to stay warm. We are living in Big D. Still married to the WILD Kenny Wright (38 years) with two grown children (33 & 35) and two grandchildren. Thanks for the great website and a chance to keep in touch.
hal lenox
Posted on the 2007-04-04 at 20:00
howdy everyone from florida. look forward to seeing yall and sharing some love. hal
frank adamek
Posted on the 2007-03-31 at 20:00
Best wishes everybody! I've been in FL since graduating, & would like to hear from you...
Danny Walters
Posted on the 2007-03-28 at 20:00
I graduated mid-tern after only one semester at Ray, didn't get to know a lot of you but email me if you knew me forty years ago and we can share some memories of yore.
Vicki Galvan Hoeltzel
Posted on the 2007-03-24 at 20:00
Thanks for keeping me on the list, even though I didn't graduate from Ray. I went to Wilson and Hamlin with so many of you and then on to IWA. I would love to attend the reunion, but my husband and I will be attending our daughter's 30th birthday party on the 19th. Best wishes and greetings to all of you. I will definately be at the next reunion. Vicki
Roy T. Bynum, Jr.
Posted on the 2007-03-23 at 20:00
I have not seen or heard from any friends from High School in over 25 years. I miss friends that go all the way back Parkdale Elementary and Frazier Elementary. Came to Fort Worth December 1981 to attend Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. My wife, Kay (Mary Carroll High 1972), have two children one son born in Corpus 1979 and the other daughter in Fort Worth in 1986. I am now a career seminry staffer in charge of the Telecommunications & Automated Controls Systems. I have a small side business as a computer consultant (Higher Power Enterprises). I spent 30 years in Corpus until 1981. I have served as a pastor and men's minister through PromiseKeepers. I now "pastor" young ministers here at Southwestern. God's calling in my life has never failed and is my goal to follow...
Arnold Leal
Posted on the 2007-03-23 at 20:00
Forty Years! Seems like it was just yesterday. I have just retired from CCISD after 35 years. My wife Yolanda also retired after 25 years. I spent 12 years teaching and coaching at Ray High School. Looking forward to seeing all my friends especially my football team mates. SEMPER FI!
Bill Moses
Posted on the 2007-03-22 at 20:00
I was very excited to receive the 40th reunion information. I would love to be able to attend but as I live in Saudi Arabia and my leave time will not allow. I will be very disappointed to miss this reunion. I would very much like to have attendance list.
Nancy Bennett O'Keefe
Posted on the 2007-03-21 at 20:00
Hi, Everyone! I can't believe we're all about to be 60 soon. I'm in Hawaii, building a house (I do that now) but I usually live just outside New York City. I wonder if any of you really remember who I am. I read your comments and marvel at how many of you are still in touch with each other. I left Ray before I graduated in 1967 and have always had this sense of not fitting in there, but maybe at this point, we've all grown up enough that none of us fit in there! I wish I could make it to Corpus for the reunion, but my newest granddaughter is planning to be born that week, so I'll be in Savannah, where my son and his wife live. If there is anyone out there who knows who I am or remembers anything about me, email me and jog my memory. I'd love to catch up! Aloha! Nancy email:
Barbara Barnhill Stensaa Giddens
Posted on the 2007-03-21 at 20:00
Where have all the years gone? It is just so hard to believe that I am almost 58 years old. So much has happened. I have had 6 children. 5 boys and 1 girl. My daughter Tina was born in 1968 and murdered in 1986. My boys are 18, 20, 29, 31 & 36. Jon lives in Alaska and has two little boys, Kyle is a freshman in college in Florida, Shane is a sophomore at USC in Los Angeles, Ben is a welder here in Washington and Michael is a para legal here in Washington. I can't wait to see everyone from King High School!
Alice McGloin Holmes
Posted on the 2007-03-19 at 20:00
Hi everyone! Boy, are we old!!! Sorry that I can't make the reunion...know it'll be a blast!!!!! Take good care and hope to see you eventually...maybe at the 50th!
ernie hernandez
Posted on the 2007-03-19 at 20:00
Does anyone have information on Mike Jennell? Please email at ernie
Belinda Irons Gonzales
Posted on the 2007-03-07 at 19:00
Unfortunately I will be unable to attend, I will be in Paris, FRANCE. Dance one for me & CHEERS to You ALL!!!!
Houston "Warn-Up Reunion"
Posted on the 2007-03-07 at 19:00
Please don't forget the Houston "Warm-Up" Reunion, March 22, 2007 at the Post Oak Grill in Houston. We will meet From 5-11:00. Dinner Buffet will be provided, cash bar. Please come by. Eddie Martin
Penny Heishman
Posted on the 2007-03-06 at 19:00
Thanks Terry F. for the heads up on the reunion. I only attended King for one year 1965-1966, but look back on it as a great year with many good friends. Now in NC, retired from teaching, and having a grand time.
Beth Grace Houx
Posted on the 2007-03-06 at 19:00
So good to read your remarks and remember the good times. I'm living near D.C. keeping an eye on George W. Rock on class of '67!!
Larry Ingle
Posted on the 2007-03-05 at 19:00
We sure appreciate this site! Several friends have e-mailed replies to my first message. Thanks!
Joe Salce
Posted on the 2007-03-02 at 19:00
Thanks,Ann, for contacting me on the much wished for reunion! Plan to be there. Live in Katy,Tx. Can't wait to see everyone again!!!
Larry Ingle
Posted on the 2007-03-02 at 19:00
I did some substitute teaching at Ray a few years ago and just enjoyed being in the building again. On one day before a home football game the band marched down from the third floor to the gym for a pep rally. Go Ray Go! See you May 18-19.
Randy Read
Posted on the 2007-02-27 at 19:00
Linda--Fantastic job on the website. Jeanne--same to you for all the work you've done on finding everyone. Wish I could help. Great music today. See you in May.
Joe Barfield
Posted on the 2007-02-26 at 19:00
I lost contact and was just wondering what has happened to everyone. Still have great memories even though I moved away and didn't graduate from Ray. Sometimes it seems like just yesterday...
Ann Conolly Smoot
Posted on the 2007-02-19 at 19:00
Hey!!! Just reading your names instantly brings back smiling faces I haven't seen in so long. At King's 10th, I was the one with the youngest child. Will (20 soon) is in college on the coast, where he can fish to his heart's delight. I have been married to Ralph Smoot for two years and live in Bastrop. Planning to enjoy the reunion with you all.
Steve Harrison
Posted on the 2007-02-17 at 19:00
Thanks for the contact from Jeanne Goodhew. I'm looking forward to seeing old friends and acquaintances. See you on the 18th!!
Todd R Samuels
Posted on the 2007-02-17 at 19:00
Miss CC, but West Texas has been great for the past 23 years. Lubbock doesn't have much of a beach scene, however, the mountains of New Mexico are only 4 hours away and my wife, Susie (Midland) and our 2 girls spend as much time at the cabin as possible. Thanks for the time and effort it took to put this site together. Hope to be at the reunion. Todd
Glenn Martin
Posted on the 2007-02-14 at 19:00
Thanks to Gary Rapier for letting me know. I didn't stray too far-living in Port A for over 30 years. Enough with the Sway-Play me something country! Looking forward to seeing everyone in May.
Glenna Westmoreland Friedrich
Posted on the 2007-02-12 at 19:00
It sounds like a great time. I haven't been to a reunion since the 10th. I am married to Dennis Friedrich, have 2 married kids, 1 granddaughter, run the San Angelo Better Business Bureau and have not been to Corpus in years. Look forward to seeing everyone.
Judy Leecraft
Posted on the 2007-02-10 at 19:00
Hello everyone! I am so glad to know that we are having a reunion! Thank you to all the organizers! I left Ray and moved to Friendswood my Junior year so missed the graduation and all the senior fun in CC. I am in Austin (where I have been since 1967) with four kids and three grandchildren. This ought to be fun! (With all the Austinites -former Texans we should have our own little pre-party!)
Patty Wenzell Alexander
Posted on the 2007-02-09 at 19:00
WOW!!! Does this take me down memory lane! Thank-you, Jeanne, for contacting me. I won't be able to attend because I have a daughter graduating from the Coast Guard Academy the following week. I have been married to Mike (Class of '64) for 35 years. We have 6 children and 4 grandchildren. We live on the Fort Worth side of the Metroplex. Wish we could be there to see everyone again.
Guadalupe Castillo (Mendez)
Posted on the 2007-02-09 at 19:00
Wow!!! Have been waiting years to hear about a reunion. Will try to make it, but since both my husband and I work for school districts in the Dallas area it may be difficult.Have been married for 38 years to a Buccaneer and have 3 wonderful sons and 4 grandsons and 1 brand new granddaughter.
Terry Fontaine
Posted on the 2007-02-09 at 19:00
It is amazing how fast 40 years sneaks up on you. Kathy and I are still married after 36 years and we live in Carbondale, CO right near Aspen. You can try my web site if you like. I sure plan on coming. See you guys there.
Ashley Fredrick
Posted on the 2007-02-07 at 19:00
Well, like the rest of the gang...I cannot believe that most of us have managed to make it to this ripe old age. The rumor of my passing has been (fortunately) untrue...and I'm still here to see what the ravages of time has wrought upon each and every one of us! I'm gonna be there with bells on and hope that each and every one of you that remembers me takes a moment to write, as I would love to hear from you! I am tired of looking at the obituaries every day to dwell upon the time we have left and about those who have already done so. No really, I am not really THAT morose and I love to have all the context that made the 60's so memorable? I guess if you can remember the 60's and 70's, then you weren't doing the right drugs! Hugs and kisses until then! Ashley
James MacNeill
Posted on the 2007-02-06 at 19:00
It seems like yesterday that I left Corpus Christi to travel to Boston. So much has happened in my life. Married thirty-five years, three wonderful children, one grandchild, and a very rewarding career in medicine. It should be fun seeing all my friends that I had so much fun with @ Ray High. Looking forward to the reunion.
Charles Eckel
Posted on the 2007-02-05 at 19:00
Now living in NE Tx outside of Kilgore. Anyone else living in this part of the state? Special thanks to Jeanne Goodhew for taking the time to hunt me down and contact me. And a thank you to the developer of this great site.
Janet Moody Davis
Posted on the 2007-02-01 at 19:00
Wow! What fun! I hope to get there! So many wonderful memories!
Scott Kendall
Posted on the 2007-01-30 at 19:00
Thanks to Pat Worsham for forwarding the reunion information. 40 years does not seem possible. What a ride it has been. Looking forward to making the reunion.
Cathy Cantu Hiller
Posted on the 2007-01-29 at 19:00
Living the coffee life in Seattle. See you in May!
Pat Worsham
Posted on the 2007-01-29 at 19:00
I have got to try and make this one. The big 40! I can't believe that it is 40 years. Took a look at the year book. Everyone looks so young! Living in Austin. Retired from TxDOT. Working another job for an engineering company from home.
Martha Bernal Elizondo
Posted on the 2007-01-26 at 19:00
Great to see everyone is doing well! It's so hard to believe 40 years have gone by so fast.
Nora Almaraz Atchley
Posted on the 2007-01-22 at 19:00
I am excited just seeing your names again.
Cathy Habib Park
Posted on the 2007-01-21 at 19:00
I've never been to one of these before and if my health permits, I hope to attend this one.
Cathy Habib Park
Posted on the 2007-01-21 at 19:00
This is continued from my last entry--I'm still talking (no really) I was married for 27 years and have 3 grown children: Matt, Lindsey and Jeff Park. 2 live in Austin and 1 in CC. Myself, I live in Skidmore, Texas where I have taught school for the last 20 years. I would retire but then I wouldn't have a captive audience that I could talk to all day. So hoping I can come this year. Bye. Cathy
Susan Richter Land
Posted on the 2007-01-19 at 19:00
Thanks to all that have taken the time to put our 40th together! This should be very interesting and fun. Hope to see all of you there.
Kathy Wright (Galen)
Posted on the 2007-01-18 at 19:00
40 years... Amazing. I live in the Washington DC area but still adore Corpus.
Posted on the 2007-01-17 at 19:00
This will be my first reunion and believe it will be fun. I believe we're probably like vintage wine, not getting older, but better.
Sandy (Matthews) Solomon
Posted on the 2007-01-15 at 19:00
Thanks to Sue Kirby for the update! Living in the Houston area and still married to Charlie after 37 years. We have 4 grown children and 2 grandsons. Will try to make it to the reunion. Would love to see all of you again and hear your life stories!
Robert M rios jr
Posted on the 2007-01-12 at 19:00
How tims flies, it was just yesterday.
Tom Barclay
Posted on the 2007-01-11 at 19:00
Looking forward to it. Can't believe it's been this long.
Steve Grime
Posted on the 2007-01-11 at 19:00
Peggy (Miller) Birney
Posted on the 2007-01-10 at 19:00
It's wonderful to see all your names and have those memories flash by! Probably won't make reunion-our youngest is graduating from SUNY Binghamton that weekend. Live in New York --enjoy the NE so much, but miss that beach! Keep in touch and take lots of pictures. If you are ever up this way.....
Darlene Owsley Coulson
Posted on the 2007-01-09 at 19:00
Forty years and forty pounds heavier ... it's actually a little more than 40 #'s but keep it on the downlow!! Perusing this web site has brought back many fond memories of Ray High School. I live near Dallas, have one daughter and plan to retire from EPA next year. Hope to see you in May.
Sue Kirby Gallagher
Posted on the 2007-01-08 at 19:00
Wow! Has it been 40 years? Living in Friendswood, TX. Hi to everyone! I recognize so many names. Two daughters, three grandchildren. Wish you all well!
Becky Kitching Sawyer Moeller
Posted on the 2007-01-08 at 19:00
I think you guys have miscalculated the years, cannot be 40! Hope to see all of you in May.
Walter Adcock
Posted on the 2007-01-04 at 19:00
Hope to make it.
Margie Denny Koehl
Posted on the 2007-01-03 at 19:00
40 years! Thanks Eddie fro calling me! I am still married to Bob. We have a son and a daughter. Two grandgirls and still live in Conroe, Texas. Can't wait to get together.
Linda Lee Thomas
Posted on the 2007-01-03 at 19:00
This is a real trip! Don't know if I can make the reunion but am thrilled to have the memories return! I left Ray and went to know those Catholic girls... linda lee ;)
Smylie Shipman
Posted on the 2007-01-03 at 19:00
This is a great website. I'm looking forward to the Reunion.
Phillip Bailey
Posted on the 2007-01-03 at 19:00
I cannot wait to see everyone. I live in the Houston area. See you in May.
Lloyd Gaddis
Posted on the 2007-01-03 at 19:00
This is going to be great fun. I am still in Houston. See you soon.
Richard (Rick) Tonne
Posted on the 2007-01-03 at 19:00
Virginia Leach Leyendecker
Posted on the 2007-01-01 at 19:00
Thanks for the contact Jeanne; will definitely tell others about the Reunion. Am paging thru my '67, '66 Yearbooks just now, thinking My-O-My, to see these folks again, find out what became of us, and who kept their muscle cars.
Kerry Caudle
Posted on the 2006-12-31 at 19:00
Still 18, but with 39 years of experience. Thanks for all of the hard work to those putting this thing together.
Jim Booe
Posted on the 2006-12-31 at 19:00
Laura and I thought it was just a few years ago that we walked the halls of WB Ray! How fast time flies. We are really looking forward to the reunion!
Diana Urdiales
Posted on the 2006-12-31 at 19:00
Thank you Joe Vollmer for contacting me. Great website.
Elizabeth Puckett Hopkins
Posted on the 2006-12-30 at 19:00
Looking forward to seeing friends from the past.
Debbie Medina
Posted on the 2006-12-29 at 19:00
I look forward to attending my first W. B. Ray Hight School reunion and catching up with many of you......Those days were truly exciting and unique times.............See everyone in May....
Carol Conley Thomas
Posted on the 2006-12-29 at 19:00
40 years??? Where? When? Married and living in Scotland. Would love to make the reunion but rather doubt it. Y'all have a blast and post lots of photos on here!
Diane Roberts Rose
Posted on the 2006-12-29 at 19:00
Robert Evans
Posted on the 2006-12-26 at 19:00
Charles Sportsman contacted me. Living in and lovin Austin.
Terri Stokes Sherwood
Posted on the 2006-12-25 at 19:00
40 years-not possible! I hope to be there if we ever dig out of the Denver storm of 2006!
Cynthia Edwards Smith
Posted on the 2006-12-23 at 19:00
Hope to make it the last one had great memories. Eddie your into everything, great job keeping in touch.
Bonnie (Goode) Stanton
Posted on the 2006-12-21 at 19:00
Hi guys, 40 years have flown by. I've been married to Doolie Stanton (Ray '65) for over 30 years. We have two's married and one's engaged. We live near them in Dickinson, Texas and are enjoying retirement as former educators. I can't wait to see everyone, and cab7I'm going on a diet TOMORROW. Bonnie
Edward McDaniel
Posted on the 2006-12-21 at 19:00
Married for 33 years to Ginny Chase class of '72. 3 grown children with only 1 granddaughter. All are teachers in the Cy-Fair school district.
Minerva Perez
Posted on the 2006-12-19 at 19:00
Hola, What a surprise to have the opportunity to see old classmates. I have been so busy in my career that I never made the time to contact anyone. The Ray High School re-union will be a great time to do this. I am truly looking forward to this. Hasta Luego, Minerva
Mary Lou Loveless McNair
Posted on the 2006-12-17 at 19:00
Can't wait to see everyone!!! I've been married 36 years to Dixon ....and living in Katy, TX.
Pam (Smith) Goddard
Posted on the 2006-12-16 at 19:00
sherri long
Posted on the 2006-12-14 at 19:00
hey everyone, there were 2 sherri longs--i'm the short one. i've never been contacted for any reunions due to my last name changes i guess. thanks eddie for the call. i hope to see everyone there. i'm living in austin and happy. email me!
Lloyd Goad
Posted on the 2006-12-13 at 19:00
Sounds like a fun event. I'm looking forward to seeing everyone.
Deborah Nichols
Posted on the 2006-12-12 at 19:00
I am living in Colorado. I cannot wait to see everyone.
Joyce Moody Tyson
Posted on the 2006-12-11 at 19:00
Hi everyone! I have Julie Marston Ottaway to thank for getting in touch with me. I'm looking forward to seeing everyone. My family and I live north of Atlanta, Ga. Many thanks to those that have worked so hard to organize this reunion.
Becky Peal-Sconce
Posted on the 2006-12-11 at 19:00
I am so glad you contacted me! I missed the 25th and was hoping that someone would organize another one. I hope to see you in May!
Julie Marston Ottaway
Posted on the 2006-12-09 at 19:00
This is going to be really fun. I am back in Texas. Wow I can't wait.
Shannon Smith
Posted on the 2006-12-07 at 19:00
Eddie Martin got to me, too. Now, he's got me calling people! I am looking forward to our Houston Warm-up in March and the reunion in May. The Ray-King idea is so great. Happy Holidays old Texans and Mustangs!
Lynda Marie Taylor
Posted on the 2006-12-07 at 19:00
I am looking forward to seeing all of my old high school friends.
Richard "Dickie" Valent
Posted on the 2006-12-03 at 19:00
Looking forward to a good time with old friends.
Houston Area Residents
Posted on the 2006-12-03 at 19:00
If you live in the Houston area, we are having a get-together on March 22, 2007 at the Post Oak Grill, from 6-9:00 p.m. Food will be provided, cash bar. Email me if you want to come by. Eddie Martin
ernie hernandez
Posted on the 2006-12-03 at 19:00
Wow - 40 years! It'll be great to see one another again. I'm going to wear my senior picture on my lapel so that everybody understand who I once was. Living in SATX - still have kids in high school; started late!
Miles A. Compton III
Posted on the 2006-12-01 at 19:00
I am looking forward to the reunion!
Lurline Parish Russell
Posted on the 2006-12-01 at 19:00
Boy has Eddie been working overtime! Living in Dallas. Would love to hear from anyone in the Metroplex. Can't wait to see people again. We're getting too old to wait another 10 years for the next one. On the other hand, it's easy for those of us not doing the work to think that way. Lurline
Mike Carlyon
Posted on the 2006-11-29 at 19:00
I now live in Missouri City Tx, near Houston. I have been married for 31 years and I have two daughters, one 25 and the other 21. Dam Time Flies.
Posted on the 2006-11-29 at 19:00
Married to same woman,Gelin,for 38 years. Have two sons, Rafael 35 and Alberto 33. They both have two daughters. "It's a great life".
Leslye King Mize
Posted on the 2006-11-29 at 19:00
What a neat experience reading all these great messages! I am already having fun so can't imagine what May will be like. 40 years - sometimes it seems like yesterday and sometimes forever. Best wishes to you all!
Brad Hubbard
Posted on the 2006-11-29 at 19:00
It's pretty weird reading these sign ins and having 40 year old flash backs. Guess we are all afraid we won't recognize each other.
Martha Holley Phillips
Posted on the 2006-11-29 at 19:00
Well, I'm excited. I'm coming from California so all of yall have to show up.
Ann Westberry Speights
Posted on the 2006-11-28 at 19:00
I absolutely cannot wait to see everybody and catch up...I miss our little dinners we had in Houston several years back.
Edward (Paddy) Hudson
Posted on the 2006-11-28 at 19:00
Plan on being there and visit with my Ray HS classmates.
Jim Eller
Posted on the 2006-11-28 at 19:00
I hope I can make the trip in may. Sounds like it would be interesting to say the least.
Nancy Stapp
Posted on the 2006-11-28 at 19:00
Last one I was at was the 10th! Been hoping another one would take place. Can't wait!! Think there will be a run on botox??!!??
Gail Lorfing Fowler
Posted on the 2006-11-27 at 19:00
I so hope I can make this--I can't believe it has been 40 Years!! I live in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia and get back to Texas every few years. I need to get my annual out and refresh my memory!!
Castulo (Chuco) Delgado
Posted on the 2006-11-26 at 19:00
Looking forward to seeing old friends!
michael woodcock
Posted on the 2006-11-26 at 19:00
14,600 sunsets!
Mary Nell Smith Jones
Posted on the 2006-11-25 at 19:00
The web site is GREAT! Can't wait to see everyone. We are in Missouri.
Yolanda Romano Partridge
Posted on the 2006-11-25 at 19:00
Can't wait to go back home and see everyone.
Suzanne Martin Biddle Sager
Posted on the 2006-11-25 at 19:00
I thought there should be a reunion this year. I am glad someone is planning everything. It looks like a lot of fun and we plan on being there.
Barbara (Barbie) Presley Britt
Posted on the 2006-11-24 at 19:00
Nice to see us get together again...been way too long, and looking forward to visiting with everyone.
Mandy Payne Gotto
Posted on the 2006-11-23 at 19:00
Thanks to Jeanne Goodhew for letting me know about the reunion. Hope to make it in May and see everyone again after all there years!
Laura Ross McGlothlin
Posted on the 2006-11-21 at 19:00
WOW?! We can't be this old. Great site - thanks for all the work. Loved "Good Vibrations" - that song always takes me back to high school. I probably won't make it - teaching till June 15. It takes us a lot longer in California (where we've lived for 19 years) because of all the goofy things we add in!!! Have a great time!
Mary Lynn Posner Rhodes
Posted on the 2006-11-21 at 19:00
Is it possible that we have been out of high school for 40 YEARS? Hope to see you all here.
Helen Nix Ervin
Posted on the 2006-11-20 at 19:00
I look forward to the events of our 40th. Many thanks to the organizers.
Randy Sladek
Posted on the 2006-11-19 at 19:00
This should be entertainining. I look forward seeing my old classmates.
Jim Westbrook
Posted on the 2006-11-19 at 19:00
I hope I can work this into my schedule. I haven't been to Corpus Christi in years.
Connie Garrett
Posted on the 2006-11-19 at 19:00
This looks great - look forward to seeing everyone again.
Robert Leos
Posted on the 2006-11-19 at 19:00
Looking forward to it! Thanks for putting this web site together. Here's mine:
Molly Allday
Posted on the 2006-11-19 at 19:00
Hi everyone - I look forward to seeing those who can come, and hearing from anyone else who can't. I am living in Tulsa, Oklahoma, now.
susan mynard
Posted on the 2006-11-19 at 19:00
Looking forward to the reunion...has it really been that long??? I am living in Austin and keeping it weird. See you in May.
Judy Hindman Phelps
Posted on the 2006-11-18 at 19:00
Sandi Simon
Posted on the 2006-11-18 at 19:00
Looking forward to seeing old friends!!!
Thomas B. Noyes
Posted on the 2006-11-18 at 19:00
WOW - How time flies. Many changes for all of us and some of us have ended up in places we never dreamed of - like Santa Barbara, CA
Eddie Martin
Posted on the 2006-11-18 at 19:00
This is Fablous. Eddie
Darrell Crump
Posted on the 2006-11-18 at 19:00
got a call out of the blue from Eddie, I forgot all of you existed
David Solovey
Posted on the 2006-11-18 at 19:00
Looking forward to reconnecting with everytone, tellling some stories and catching up after 40 years.
Kelly Dyer
Posted on the 2006-11-16 at 19:00
This looks great