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50th Anniversary Reunion / EXTENDED REUNION
« Last post by NANCY PEARSON on September 03, 2017, 12:28:10 AM »
Since this is our biggest bestest reunion, the steering committee suggests that we offer many ways to celebrate which will accommodate varied interests and needs of our classmates.  It looks like we will offer a variety of activities for those who want to make a week of it and meet in small interest groups, explore our old haunts and meet at a finale event with music, food and old friends to celebrate our unusually great school and the closeness that comes from helping form the foundation for future Vikings.(I know, bordering on run on) Spend the time vacationing, or reconnecting.  Personalize your visit.

 Some suggestions that have come up after brainstorming are as follows:  Picnic with family and faculty, Longstock Annual Music Festival highlighting some of our musical classmates, night at the boardwalk (ala our 40th}, arts and writers display and reception, tour of the school, golf tournament, Letterman and Letter Lady gathering, any special interest event that is suggested like quilters, wine tasting, beer garden, just to start the discussion.  Hopefully those who have talents and special interests can step up and chair a small group.  If there are just a few interested in each event, who cares.  Gather and enjoy.  Easier to reconnect on small groups, right? 
Saying Goodbye / Christopher Lawrence London
« Last post by WayneJasper on July 17, 2010, 08:27:52 PM »
Christopher Lawrence London passed away on March 17th, 2010. He was a loving and deeply devoted husband and father. He was born in Cupertino on June 19th, 1950. Growing up in the Bay Area, he spent his time with his mother, five siblings and grandmother. He worked as a mechanical engineer for many years and was the recipient of three US patents. Airplanes were his biggest passion, but he was an enthusiast of all things mechanical. His family and friends knew him as a brilliant, altruistic and thoughtful man who loved to make others laugh. He will be forever missed and loved. Christopher is survived by his wife Joanie; sons Ryan, Tyler and Daniel and his daughters Crystal and Laurel. His mother Gail London, his sister Anne Hall, and brothers Jeff, Matt, Hal and Mike London. For anyone wishing to donate, a college account is being opened for Daniel London at Exchange Bank. Arrangements under the care of~ SANTA ROSA MORTUARY EGGEN AND LANCE CHAPEL. 545-3747
Published in the Press Democrat from March 23 to March 24, 2010
Keeping in Touch / Re: Well wishes for Becky Weimortz
« Last post by kenrgilson on October 09, 2009, 04:21:13 AM »
This is an update on Becky Gilson, she recovered ok from the encephalitis eposide in June 07, however the mass in the back of her brain has not gone away and there is no treatment or cure for it at this time. She had a biopsy back in May 09 and they did not discover anything bad, but they did not discover any they could treat her with, so we are back to square one. August she started getting very nausous and vomiting alot, got severely dehydrated, low on iron,potasium, was hospitalized for eleven days, her condition has greatly improved and she is currently in a nursing home for physcial therapy and will be there for at least another month. She is doing great the PT are really working her hard to get her to be able to walk again..If you would like to send her a blog, she would love to hear from you, sign up to be her friend on, its free and as I look each nite I copy and bring your comments to her daily...For anyone that knows or knew Pat Weimortz(Rainbow) class of 69, her husband has been diagnosed with brain cancer and is under going surgery next week (October 09), please send messages thru the care pages and I will forward them to Pat, or email me at Please pray for both Becky, Pat and John Rainbow
Keeping in Touch / Re: Well wishes for Becky Weimortz
« Last post by kenrgilson on October 09, 2009, 04:05:52 AM »
Becky's husband, Ken Gilson, has informed us that Becky is suffering from encephalitis.  She is recovering now, but was gravely ill and faces a long rehabilitation.

Cards can be sent to her at their home: 910 No. Atwood Court, Visalia, CA 93291.

I know I wish them the best.  She's such a sweet heart.


Keeping in Touch / Re: Donna Moon
« Last post by Geoff Gould on September 09, 2009, 03:25:51 PM »
got a note from Donna yesterday:
I am on my way to Melbourne, Fla. to have spine surgery. wish me luck; 
Saying Goodbye / Robert Fallstad
« Last post by Geoff Gould on January 24, 2009, 04:12:02 PM »
FYI---I received this email recently.

Hello, I knew Robert Fallstad in the army, we served together at Letterman Hospital at the Presidio in San Francisco in 1968.  Your website indicates that he recently passed away.  I would be interested in making contact with anyone who remembers him.  He told me once that he had published a poem or two.  I am also interested if anyone has knowledge of this.  I am best reached at
Thank you very much for your time and consideration, Joel Garb

Keeping in Touch / Donna Moon
« Last post by NANCY PEARSON on January 07, 2009, 01:35:39 AM »
Donna has fallen and injured herself shortly after all of her hard work at the reunion and she still needs extensive surgery on her shoulder and more.  The recovery is difficult and I am sure there is quite a bit of pain as well.  Surely she can use some good cheer and distraction from all of us from time to time.  She really helped make the reunion special and has been suffering from her injuries since then.   
Keeping in Touch / Re: Well wishes for Becky Weimortz
« Last post by M Rogers on August 27, 2008, 07:59:24 PM »
I noticed that this was posted in June and was wondering if anyone has talked to Ken or Becky since this post and how she is doing. Ken and I grew up together and he was in my wedding to my first wife in 1975, but have been in contact with him almost 30 years or so. please let me know.

Thanks, Mike Rogers
Keeping in Touch / Re: how was the reunion
« Last post by kmholcomb73 on August 23, 2008, 08:37:32 PM »
The reunion was wonderful!  And the reunion committee did a fabulous job, it seemed that everyone had a great time.  The choice for location was perfect and the food was even better.  I just wish it had lasted longer; there were several people I didn't get a chance to talk to.  And I missed the dessert table, my favorite!!  Dick and Pat Baker are still schmoozing about our class and how well we turned out!  He told me on the phone last night, "That group of kids turned out really well!"  And now we have a date with them for the 45th!!  So if you didn't come to this reunion you better come to the next one.  Thank you again to all of you who pulled this off.  Job well done.  I'll see you next time, but some of you I might see sooner!  I'm so blessed to be a part of this amazing group of people.    Kathy (Smith) Holcomb
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