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    1. Westmoor High Administration  .....................................................................................................  1 
        
    2. Westmoor High Faculty ..................................................................................................................  2 
        
    3. Class of 1960 ...................................................................................................................................  4 
        
           a. Class Pictures .....................................................................................................................  6 
                 
           b. Biographies 
        
                    i. Barbara Newcomb  ...............................................................................................  8 
        
           c. In Memoriam ...................................................................................................................  13 
        
           d. Obituaries 
        
                    i. Bob Goodwin  .....................................................................................................  15 
                          
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           e. Contact Info   ....................................................................................................................  16 
                 
    4. Class of 1961  ................................................................................................................................  17 
        
           a. Class Pictures  ..................................................................................................................  19 
                 
           b. Biographies  
        
                    i. Barbara Kerr  .......................................................................................................  21 
        
           c. In Memoriam  ..................................................................................................................  23 
        
           d. Obituaries 
        
                    i. Jim Gray ..............................................................................................................  25 
                          
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           e. Contact Info   ....................................................................................................................  27 
                 
    5. Reunion Party Memories  .............................................................................................................  28 
                                         Administration
[*]
      - Deceased




                      Glenn South *, Principal           Thanos Panagoulias, Vice Principal




                                                                          *
                   Margaret Riggs, Dean of Girls          Clayton Kollman , Dean of Boys




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                                             Faculty

[*]
      - Deceased




                                                        Angela Bellante,
       Bill Ardis *, English   Ralph Barrows, Radio
                                                            English
                                                                              Bob Blancke, History




       Bob Blevins, Spec.
                                Barbara Bosio, PE     Helen Brewer, English   Ralph Brignola, Math
          Instruction




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                                        *               Phillip Capitolo *,     Lavonne Capitolo
 Ruth Brown, English       Laurie Cahill , English                                     *
                                                             Science             (Shea) , French




   Alberta Carlen *,        Larry Carlson, Shop       Arthur Carr *, Audio         Art Carr, PE
    Homemaking                                              Visual




                       *
George Chrestionson ,         Sally Clark, PE                        *         Dick Coltrell *, Social
                                                     Phyllis Colbert , Nurse
     Mechanics                                                                       Studies




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                      Class of 1960




 Janet Abshire      Terry Agens              Maryann Ahlborn     Jack Alden




Jo Anne Alvarado   Gary Andersen              Judy Anderson     Gary Andres




 Lynn Antonio       Jack Arata               Sandra Arvanites   Beverly Aune




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Kathleen Bailey      Linda Baker                Sandra Ball      Rita Banks




Bill Bargagliotti    Bob Bender                 Paul Bennett    Rose Ann Berg




   Jill Berlin      Sharon Bertling            Judith Berumen    Joyce Bizzi




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Biography for:           Barbara Newcomb




   Name:        Barbara Newcomb (Parker-McMenamy)


   Address:     276 Alden Court




   City:   Windsor                            State: CA                         Zip Code:         95492


   Tel. Nos: (Home)         (707) 838-7481       (Work)       (707) 620-0088      (Cell)

   Email Addr:       baptai@comcast.net                  Spouse’s Name:             Gene McMenamy

   Children’s Names & Ages:               Brett Parker (46 yrs) , DeAnne Parker Manning (44yrs)


   No. Grandchildren         4       No. Great-grandchildren




   What would you like to share about what you’ve been doing since high school?



       After graduation I went to work for Grant Advertising on Montgomery Street in
       San Francisco, (remember the flying champagne man on top of Western Airlines)
       boy that is dating me!
       Following that I worked as a legal secretary also on Montgomery St. I loved working in the
       city and made many friends having lunch at great restaurants and meeting for coffee in the
       mornings. I loved the "feel of the air" early in the mornings in San Francisco.
       My first marriage was to J.Scott Parker (class of 1958) fell in love with him and his Boy
       Scout uniform at age 12 and we were married for 14yrs. We had two children Brett (46 yrs)
       and DeAnne (44 years). Brett and his family live in New York and he graduated from the
       Monterey Institue of Technology in Monterey, Ca. Following a year spent in China he
       received his Masters degree from Georgetown University. He works in International Finance
       and has traveled most of the world, living in Berlin, Singapore, and London. I have three
       grandchildren by Brett, namely- Nick, Claire and Chris living in New York and miss not
       getting to spend more time with them. Brett was married in Carmel,
       Calif; as were Gene & I, adding to the family memories made there.
       DeAnne graduated from Pepperdine University and passed her CPA Exam the same year.
       After working for Arthur Anderson in San Francisco, she transfered to Australia living there 2
       years. Upon returning to the U.S. she lived in Sausilito a little over a year and decided to go
       to Law school, graduating from the University of Utah Law School. She now is married and
       has one son, "Max", just under 3 yrs old and enjoys having her own law practice in Redding,
       Ca.
       Through the years I have lived in Mississippi, Ohio, Oklahoma,and Oregon.
       I have worked at different times as a legal secretary, spent a year working
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for Pacific Airlines in San Francisco and while living in San Diego commuted to
Los Angeles to pursue a dream with a partner by establishing a music corporation by which
we created the first color cassette tapes-of the top 100 songs (ie. "45" record) one song per
side and sold them through vending machines which were created just for these tapes. The
machines were made in
Canada and shipped to us in Los Angeles which became our test market. We secured
backing for this endeavor with 3 East Coast business men (Will Matthews,Standard
Oil of New Jersey, Henry Northington of Sesame Street and a well know real estate
developer) plus three business men on the West Coast.
We had machines in many of the shopping malls, drug stores, music stores,
schools and they sold for $1.00 ea (4 quarters into the machine). It was taking off around
the world with countries wanting to purchase the rights (Phillips of Holland-owners of
Mercury Records)for one, when I became ill, hospitalized for sometime and upon recovery
learned the entire corporation had been shut down by our attorneys because our financial
backers became "greedy", the West Coast backers against the East Coast backers and they
started fighting amongest themselves. Our claim to fame is that we were featured on the
front page of Billboard magazine with a wonderful write-up and endorsement. Wurlitzer
designed a juke box for our tapes availing it at their Las Vegas show and Merv
Griffin recognized us, plus we were instrumental in ABC Records deciding to release "LeRoy
Brown" by Jim Croce. We were on our way!
I learned more about business then I would have learned in "4 years of college".
I will never regret pursuing a dream to its fullest and was so good to learn
what you can do if you try hard enough.
After that experience and facing divorce, I received my California Real Estate license and
then moved to Oregon where I became a Real Estate Broker and loved selling real estate. I
renewed by Calif license every year so that I was able to
work in both states which helped when selling and trading commerical real estate and
ranches.
While living in Oregon and raising my two children, I became involved with horse racing and
owned two horses which raced in Washington, Oregon, Calif and Arizona. I consider myself a
winner as I broke even when they were sold, so it did not cost me to have all that fun. My
children loved helping with the
horses and the jockeys and trainers were always teaching them something new and were so
kind to them.
In 1979 while living in Oregon I met my husband "Gene McMenamy". We were married on
July 26, 1980 in Carmel, Calif. My son was the best man and my daughter was my Matron of
Honor. We moved to Fresno, Cal where my husband wrote computer programs for various
cities and businesses. Carmel holds a special place in our family--lots of history together
there.
We went dancing at least twice a week and the whole family enjoyed playing golf together.
It was my daughter and myself-against my son and husband, what fun we all had! Played
up and down the state and many times went to the Carmel area for the weekend to play,
plus as I had started a ceramic business while in Fresno, we would travel to Monterey,
Carmel to restock the stores and collect the sales. I had stores in Montgomery Village,
Rohnert Park which carried my ceramics not knowing that this would be where I would end
up living. If I had only known!
Once every few years we would drive to Westmoor High School and all around
the old haunts, it was wonderful until the last time I just couldn't believe
my eye's! What had they done to our school?? I haven't had the heart to
drive by again.
My proudest accomplishement is my two children. They never gave me a serious problem
growing up, they were totally responsible human beings.
I am proud of what they have accomplished in their lives and proud of the good
parents they have become. While they were growing up we had such fun together, going to
Little League games -I was the team mother and always furnished refreshments for the
team and one time while putting the food out after the game the boys wanted the Bubble
Gum which we could not find, we turned around and witnessed my daughter DeAnne's
cheek's bulging out--she was stuffing it all
in her mouth!! Brett played baseball for years and loved (still does) the sport.
DeAnne was into Track & Field and did quite well, considered trying out for
the Olympics but then she discovered Boys! They both excelled in school and enjoyed
attending classes.

My greatest lesson learned is when my husband lost his two legs. His attitude
was to help us all adjust, care about our feelings and to go on with his life
as best he good. Life changed for all us after that--but today he works at
the Windsor Golf Course as their first wheelchair "starter". I am so proud of him.
The lessons he taught me helped me to cope with a stroke last year, I lost my
eye sight in one eye, use of my right arm among other things. After Cartoid surgery in my
neck, I have regained my sight and use of my arm.
The only problem I experience is loss of memory and delayed memory. I am truly
grateful to him for the lessons he taught my children and myself. My children
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   are now very consious of the handicapped and anyone who might need assistance.
   I must confess that I am getting "tired of learning" and would just like to
   spend my remaining time with my family, romp among animals and experience the
   nights under the stars, along with the fresh morning dew in Africa spending
   my days with the elephants!!
   A little over a year ago, I had my DNA done through National Geographic to
   see where I originated--and it was Tanzania, Africa. Now I know why I felt
   immediately at home when I arrived on the runway.

   Now we know what I would do if I won the lottery!!




What do you do to occupy your time these days?



   Time flies so fast and I have so much I want to do.
   Upon moving to Sonoma County (26 years ago), I went into
   the Travel business as first a travel agent, then owning
   my own Travel Office and now still working as a Travel Agent
   from my home for a well known Travel Agency in Santa Rosa, Ca.
   My husband and I love to travel whenever we can. He enjoys seeing
   the United States and loves to cruise. I have traveled to all but four
   of the States and have spent time in Germany,France, England, Ireland, Scotland,
   Wales, Australia, New Zealand, Figi, Jamacia, Africa,Zansibar,Dubai,Grand Caymans, Mexico
   and Canada. But my very favorite place is Africa, spent 3 weeks on Safari two years ago and
   hope to go back soon. I would love to live there--if I could, I would retire there.
   Currently we have a "Sheltie"(Shetland Sheepdog) who is 1 1/2 years old
   and her name is "Serena". This is my 4th Sheltie and now my husband is
   as big a fan of this breed, if not bigger than I am. She is the love of his
   life, he picked her from a picture and had her flown to California from
   Illinois when she was just under 5 months old.
   We so love the visit's with the grandchildren but it's never enough!
   We have all taken a few trips together and those were the best trips of all!
   We visit our daughter in Redding and try to go back to New York to visit
   our son when we can.




Favorite memories of Westmoor years:



   Being one of the first classes to attend Westmoor was both exciting and
   memorable being able to establish new policies, events, etc,. You
   could feel the excitement in the air throughout the school.
   The teachers and staff shared in the upbeat attitudes and brought
   such enthusiasm to their work.I think we all are so greatful for that.
   The friendships made are so endearing to me, each and every person brought
   such uniqueness to my life that I love the memories we made and share
   together.
   My favorite personal moments were twirling the baton and marching.
   My one regret is that I didn't study harder and value the education
   I was being given at the time.




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Barb and Gene Wedding in Carmel, July 26,
                 1980




                                                  Gene and Barbara, taken on Crystal Cruise to
                                                                    Alaska




                                                       Daughter, DeAnne Parker-Attorney in
                                                                   Redding, Ca
Son - Brett Parker, Vice President- Private
      Equity firm based in New York
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                                     Doug and DeAnne, Wedding- June 18, 2005




                                         son: Brett, Claire (16) Chris (9) Nick (20)
                                                            Shawn




Max Parker Manning, 3yrs




                                                 Our Sheltie - Serena-2yrs




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                                                 In Memoriam
                                                     Class of 1960




Name is in this color if there is a memorial write-up for this individual




             Janet Abshire                   Maryann Ahlborn                   Jack Alden       Jo Anne Alvarado
             March 19, 2009                   March 26, 2001                November 11, 2007   December 5, 2007




               Gary Andres                      Bob Bender                   Dorothy Boreni       Dave Bosbery
              June 15, 2003                    April 19, 2005                 April 2, 2008     November 25, 2005




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  John Buckle        Joyce Carmona                  Paul Clawson       Gloria Cleland
February 7, 1999      May 9, 2007                  January 8, 1962      May 4, 1975




  Joan Desanto         Dick Ellis                  Gene Fitzgerald      Sandra Gavin
December 31, 2006     May 7, 2009                   July 14, 2002       June 2, 1970




Steven Gigourtakis   Ron Goldman                  Barbara Golladay     William Golub
  June 14, 2002      July 30, 2007                November 16, 2004   November 24, 1984




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                                     In Memoriam
                                           Bob Goodwin

                                           August 6, 2007




                               Robert Goodwin, a key figure in the Goleta water wars and a leader in
                               the homeowner activist movement of the 1970s, is dead.

                               Goodwin, who died this week in Livermore, served as attorney for the
                               Goleta Water District after a slate of young Goletans unseated board
                               members they accused of bringing the fast-growing community to the
                               brink of a water crisis. The newly elected board then imposed a
                               moratorium of new hookups on grounds that supplies were insufficient
                               to serve added demands unless voters approved new sources.

                             The water board election, paired with Goleta homeowner attorney Jim
                             Slater being elected to the then-pro-growth county Board of
                             Supervisors, sparked an electrifying ferment among young families that
                             had swelled the Goleta population. A group of well-educated Goletans
                             rose up against what they felt was out-of-control growth, lack of proper
                             planning, and a water district policy of officially promising to serve new
developments despite a looming water deficit.

                        But tumultuous political tides led to fierce disputes as the homeowners won
                        and lost their water board majorities and pro-growth factions regained power.
                        Goodwin, a water law specialist, was ousted as board attorney.

                        He moved to Livermore around 20 years ago and continued in private practice.
                        A memorial service is planned in Livermore on Friday, August 17, at 11 a.m.

                        Goodwin graduated from the University of San Francisco in 1964 and its school
                        of law in 1967. He has served as president of the Livermore Chamber of
                        Commerce, president of the ValleyCare Hospital Foundation, director of the
                        Livermore Rotary Club, director of the Eastern Alameda County Bar
                        Association, and Tri-Valley Estate Planning Council.




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                                              Contact Info 
                                                Class of 1960 

                                                         
Marilyn Hunt Novaes             Len Jacobson                Judi McCann                  Barbara Newcomb Parker 
7505 Pintail Circle             20075 Chateau Drive         3542 Sleepy  Hollow Court    276 Alden Court 
Citrus Heights, CA  95621       Saratoga, CA  95070         Santa Rosa, CA 95404         Windsor, CA  95492‐9184 
(916) 952‐3455                  (408) 316‐7912              (707) 528‐8612               (707)  838‐7481 
mdgra43@comcast.net             Len_Jacobson@usa.net        jmccann3@sonic.net           baptai@comcast.net 
                                                                                          
Claudia Newman McCullough 
2308 Rebecca Court 
Rockland, CA  95765‐4629 
(916) 435‐3953 
claudia1195765@sbcglobal.net 
                                                                                          
                                                                                          
                                                                                          
                                                                                          
 




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                     Class of 1961




Dan Abrahamson   Charlene Adams            George Adams      Roger Alvarado




 Gail Ambrosen   Jerry Anderson            Linda Anderson    Steve Anderson




 Bill Anderson    Pat Andrews              Steve Arvanites    Roger Austin

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 Marsha Bach        Iris Baird          Mary Ann Barone     Darlene Barza




Leonard Bassin   Lynda Batchelder            Rich Beagle    Clark Beerman




 Paul Beilhes    Sandra Bennick             Dorothea Berg    Rena Bialos




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Biography for:          Barbara Kerr




   Name:        Barbara Kerr Schneider


   Address:     2629 West Dry Creek Road




   City:   Healdsburg                        State: CA                         Zip Code:       95448


   Tel. Nos: (Home)        (707) 431-0473       (Work)                          (Cell)     (707) 495-3188


   Email Addr:      baschneid@aol.com                   Spouse’s Name:           Richard

   Children’s Names & Ages:              Cheryl, deceased; Scott, age 44


   No. Grandchildren        2        No. Great-grandchildren               1




   What would you like to share about what you’ve been doing since high school?



       Although I am now retired, I have worked at various jobs over the years, i.e., legal
       secretary, medical secretary, executive secretary for the general counsel of Fireman's Fund
       Insurance Company, and business systems analyst for FFIC, as well as some short term
       employment (Kinko's, H&R Block, State Farm, Ralph K. Davies Medical Center); I have been
       married 3 times to my current husband, Dr.F.Richard Schneider, over the span of 35+
       years. I mention his name since he practiced in Westlake and may be familiar to some(Linda
       Anderson for one). Although I have completed several college semester units, I do not have
       a degree. Over the years my husband and I have traveled to Hawaii quite often, and to
       England, New York, and other states. Along the way, we also built a retirement home in
       Healdsburg to which we retired in 1996. Unfortunately, Richard is somewhat disabled with
       Alzheimer's Disease. At this point I am his caregiver, but I will eventually hire someone else.
       No complaints though - we've had alot of good times and live in a most relaxing, peaceful
       place with our three dogs and occasional visits from the kids and grandkids, among others.




   What do you do to occupy your time these days?



       Although I am pretty busy at home, I love spending time with my grandson, Carter, who is
       13. Last year my son, daughter-in-law, sister Martha, Carter and I all went to Kauai
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   together for a great vacation. Carter plays basketball, hockey, soccer, and rugby, and is
   quite a good downhill skier.




Favorite memories of Westmoor years:



   Rallies, football games, all the fun stuff. I really didn't take getting an education that
   seriously.




                                                         Daughter-in-law Erica, son Scott, Barbara, and
                                                                    sister Martha in Kauai




            Carter in his hockey uniform

                                                               Our dogs: Reba, Riley and Roscoe




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                                                 In Memoriam
                                                     Class of 1961




Name is in this color if there is a memorial write-up for this individual




             Darlene Barza                  Rich Beagle                 Dorothea Berg     Tom Bowlin
              June 4, 1988               September 1, 2002             December 6, 2000   May 8, 1990




           Diane Branstetter                Joe Butorac                   Al Byers        Nick Coppola
            April 28, 2004               December 27, 2000              March 19, 2003    June 25, 1998




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Jo-Ann De Campos     Barbara Dirickson               John Drye         Albert Ehrlich
 September 5, 2007     June 9, 1979              September 20, 1964    April 14, 2005




 Nancy Ferguson        Jay Garnett               Marshall Goldkuhl       Jim Gray
 February 7, 1998    December 5, 2008            September 26, 1999   January 28, 2007




  Carol Hadsell       Pat Hamilton                   Bill Hix          Linda Holden
  March 8, 2007      February 9, 2008            November 24, 2005    December 4, 2007




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                                      In Memoriam
                                                Jim Gray

                                            January 28, 2007




                                Computer database wizard Jim Gray woke up Jan. 28, 2007, at his
                                home on Telegraph Hill, surveyed the calm, sunny skies, and decided it
                                was the perfect day to scatter his mother's ashes at sea.

                                Gray, 63, embarked from Gashouse Cove in San Francisco in his 40-foot
                                sailboat, named Tenacious, and headed solo for the Farallon Islands.

                                He hasn't been seen since.

                                The mystery surrounding Gray's disappearance has never been solved,
                                but almost 1,000 of his friends and colleagues - including some titans in
                                the technology world - gathered in Berkeley Saturday to keep his
                                memory alive and forge ahead with his research.

                             "He was a mountain of a person, and our community misses him
                             immeasurably," said Michael Stonebreaker, professor emeritus of
                             computer science at UC Berkeley, at a tribute to Gray held on the Cal
campus Saturday. "He was a giant, interested in everything. He epitomized what it means to be a
scholar."

Gray pioneered database technology in the 1970s, and was among the first to develop the technology
used in computerized transactions. He discovered ways to ensure transactions, such as moving money
from one account to another, would complete even if a computer crashed, and that transactions could
happen sequentially, for example allowing a husband and wife to each deposit money into a joint
account from separate computers.

His work is now used in nearly all Internet retail sales, by banks and
credit card companies and for airline reservations. His later work on
database technology has been used by oceanographers, geologists,
astronomers and the general public to map the Earth via Google Earth
and TerraServer.

"No matter who I asked, everyone always thought Jim Gray was
smarter than they were," said David Vaskevitch, a vice president at
Microsoft who spoke at Gray's tribute. "That's saying a lot in a field that
has a whole lot of smart people."

Gray's greatest contribution was not his research, but his warm, open-
hearted personality, his friends said. Gray was a mentor to hundreds of
computer scientists and brought together researchers from dozens of
competing companies and fields.

"Jimi Hendrix once said that knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens. Jim
Gray listened," said Pat Helland, a researcher at Microsoft, where Gray
worked for many years. "He always, always listened."

Gray was an experienced sailor and often took his colleagues for spins around San Francisco Bay. On
the Sunday he vanished, he made a few calls on his cell phone and checked his e-mail before sailing
out of cell phone range, somewhere between the Golden Gate and the Farallons.

When he didn't return that evening, his wife called the U.S. Coast Guard, and his extensive network of
friends, who used their technological expertise to comb the waters for their colleague.

"If you're going to go missing, you want to be Jim Gray," said Michael Olson, a former vice president at
Oracle who led the volunteer search efforts. "He knew everybody. But the ocean is enormous and
unforgiving."



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Gray's friends at NASA moved several satellites over the Golden Gate to scan the ocean for signs of his
boat. Volunteers scattered along the coast putting up posters and looking for telltale debris. The U.S.
Coast Guard searched 132,000 square miles of the Pacific.

But after three weeks, nothing was found. No boat, no wreckage, no sign of Gray. One theory is that a
shipping container, floating just below the surface, ripped a hole in the boat's fiberglass hull and the
boat sank.

In autumn, Gray's wife, Donna Carnes, and a few of their friends decided to hold a tribute to Gray,
careful not to use the words "memorial" or "funeral." After a few speeches on Gray's contributions to
technology, the crowd gathered for a six-hour conference advancing his research.

UC Berkeley also announced that Google, Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, Oracle and other technology
giants chipped in to endow a chair in Gray's honor in the computer science department, where Gray
received his undergraduate and graduate degrees.

"Everyone's sad about the reason we're here, but it's actually wonderful to see everyone," Olson said.
"Jim brought us all together."

Donations in honor of Jim Gray can be made to UC Berkeley's Jim Gray Chair, care of Rita d'Escoto,
Donor Stewardship Manager, College of Engineering, 201 McLaughlin Hall, No. 1722, UC Berkeley,
Berkeley, CA 94720




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                                               Contact Info 
                                                 Class of 1961 

                                                           
Julie Fontana Colllins        Barbara Kerr  Schneider              
3334 Terra Linda Drive        2629 West Dry Creek Road 
Santa Rosa, CA  95404‐1728    Healdsburg, CA  95448 
(707) 542‐7797                (707) 431‐0473 
fontanacol@aol.com            baschneid@aol.com 
                                                                   
                                                                   
                                                                   
                                                                   
                                                                   
 




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        Reunion Party Memories 
 
 
 
 
 

    This section will consist of sixteen 
    pages of color photos taken at the 
    Reunion Party, on September 11, 
    2010. 




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