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Sep 08, 2022 at 9:45 AM

have a swell day, I will never forget you!!!!

Aug 02, 2022 at 9:58 AM


Jul 22, 2022 at 9:50 AM

Happy Birthday Mike, ,also that your canser does not get the best of you, you have BEAT it all the years, the best to you MIKE.

Jul 15, 2022 at 10:55 AM

HI Mike, William Carlson here, Happy Birthday, you caught up with me 79! DO you know whatever happened to Linda Stuck, I only saw her last in 1963? mci91943@gmail.com

Jun 11, 2022 at 9:42 AM

Have a GREAT day as you are one of the best, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, William

May 13, 2022 at 7:02 PM

At our age, this could be the last time we could see each other, just saying (THE TRUTH) I am looking forward to our get together, wanted to come from Eureka, Ca. to Napa in my GREYHOUND BUS, but at $7.39 a gallon at this date (june5th) and 6 to 8 miles per gallon, it's cost prohibited. The motel rates in Napa are unreal, $249.00 a night at Motel 6 and we want to stay 2 nights. We were able to get a room in Vallejo for $110.00 a night, Wow wine country is a money maker now days! It was a sleepy town in 1961. Want to meet everyone there, please introduce yourself to me and refresh my memory, as it's not what it was in 1961.

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May 12, 2022 at 1:38 PM

Posted on: Apr 14, 2017 at 10:17 AM

Glad to see a site for the classmates '61....Although I am not your classmate Harry is and my Easter gift to him is signing him up ...He is quite talented, but not with computers so here I am ....I have been married to Harry for 38 years, second time around for both of us, so I guess that qualifies me ...Harry is in the Vineyard right now and is really going to be excited about this...He talks soooo much about friends, classmates and past, as we all do as we mature. Many I probably know, since I worked for Lucky's on Trancas back in the late 70's and many other places of workout,events and shopping..We both are excited to connect and share...Harry will talk and I will share....Please feel free to use my Facebook....Happy Easter to All and God Bless

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May 12, 2022 at 1:36 PM

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Apr 24, 2022 at 3:55 AM

Hi Carol, glad to see your so happy, you deserve the very best life can give you, I will never forget how nice you were to me as I had few friends and did not fit in, sorry about that as I knew being a new kid in a new town it would be hard, but you helped ease the pain, and your folks were so nice also. I will never forget you, I see in your picture you hooked a good man, a banker $$$$ good for you! See you there!

Apr 19, 2022 at 7:42 AM

Hi! I will be at the reunion, you betcha!!!!! email mci91943@gmail.com I now live in Eureka, Ca. with my wife of 50 years, a Napa native Gwen N. Harris. I own an older GREYHOUND BUS, as I drove for Greyhound before I retired, we are going to stay at the Fairgrounds R V Park, You can not miss it as on the sides it has RETIRED HOUND in orange! It's a model mci9, built in 1987 by Motor Coach Industries. Converted by Walker Coach on the east coast, bus was in the state of Georgia when I purchased it, Sharp Auto Graphic's in Eureka,, put the wrap on it for me, I am very happy with the outcome

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Oct 03, 2020 at 9:00 AM

Posted on: Oct 02, 2020 at 9:24 AM

Hi Ron, it was good to see you at the 60s reunion last year, and perhaps we'll see each other next year at the 60-year reunion. Note that your first name as an extra "o". Regards Vernon

Stephen Jordan posted a message.
Jul 15, 2019 at 12:48 PM

Stephen Jordan’s novel, Tatiana and the Russian Wolves, which was launched in print and e-format in October 2018, is now available as an audio book—either on Audible (Amazon) or iTunes (Apple). The novel is a psychological thriller blended with historical romance. The protagonist, Alexander Romanovsky, is a Russian émigré who becomes an international banker and attempts to unravel his mother’s shadowy past following her suicide. His fervent desire is to reconcile with himself, his mother, his ancestral country and the woman he loves.

Here’s an excerpt from Kirkus Reviews: "Jordan’s book shines … the narrative should leave readers curious about the fates of the people Alexander meets on his serpentine journey."

Jordan’s fiction is inspired from living overseas combined with a passion for history. He grew up in the Napa Valley in the 1950s in a family of readers—conversations often centered on books. Of his parents’ gifts, love of literature is his most cherished. Stephen discovered art history at Stanford and considered a career in the arts. He opted instead for international banking—with assignments in Southeast Asia and Africa. His short stories have been published in Ireland and in online journals.



Aug 16, 2018 at 4:25 PM

Al....... I keep thinking and smiling to myself at the memory of our reunion several years ago. I had just had shoulder surgery and my arm was in a sling. Consequently, I couldn’t raise my arm to do my hair, ....so I had a wig on. I was guessing you had a bet with somebody that it wasn’t my real hair because you came over and touched it while you were talking to me. I chuckled to myself later..... You should have just asked. You will be happy to know that I just posted a recent picture with my Real hair ??

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