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A light glows in memory of those who have gone before us...
 

Bill Austin
Marsha Bender
Jimmie Boyd
David Brownfield
Gene Cannon
Lucy Chacon Tarango
John Clary
Robert Clement
Ray Cowart
Richard Curry
Xavier DeAnda
Jeanne French
Gracie Gandara Russell
Mike Gomez
Salvador Guerrero
Tom Haase
Linda Harman Trotti
Arthur Licht
Lee Mar
Francis (Frank) Meador
Richard Moore
Ralph Murillo
Arnold Rivera
Sal Rodriguez
Jay Spears
Rodney Stromenger
Glen Taylor
John Weitz
Carley Whitehill
Viola Whittington Matthews

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Jimmy Boyd

December 5th, 1949 - October 19th, 2000

Jimmy was like a brother to me.  We were a month apart in age and we did everything together.  Our parents were best friends.  
Jimmy was so creative and talented.  He played piano exquisitly by ear, he loved to dance, act and play practical jokes. 
He performed with the Quebec National Ballet, the San Francisco Ballet and also became a Dance Director at the SFB.
He passed in 2000 and was living in San Fransisco at the time of his death.  
Jimmy was such an amazing friend and wonderul man.  I miss him everyday.
Alisann Freudiger

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Gracie Gandara (Russell)

May 24th, 1948 - November 30th, 2011

RIP my friend.

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Arnold Rivera

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From Bob Dunaway on March 3rd, 2017
Arnold was a quiet young man in high school.  We knew each other for many years going back to grade school.  He joined the Marine Corps out of High School.  He loved his family and his country.  He sacrificed his life for all of us at Khe Shan in Viet Nam.  HIS NAME IS ON THE WALL! As for me he will be sorely missed at this event! May God bless his family!
 

Rodney Stromenger

April 28th, 1947 - July 20th, 2014

Rodney was like a brother to me.  We were best friends thru high school and shared many great times.  He departed for the Navy the Saturday after graduation.  He and I stayed in touch and even met up a couple of times at Subic Bay in the Phillipines.  After I got out, he stayed in leaving the Navy only once for a stint as a Police Officer in San Diego.  He went back in and served our country for a total of twenty nine years and retireds as a CHIEF PETTY OFFICER.  I am proud to say that we did manage to stay in contact off and on thru the years.  Marsha Cowles and I were blessed to all get together in 2012 for a trip around the Southwest.  Rodney died suddenly in July of 2014 while he was making arrangements to move to our part of the country and retire.  Marsha and I made his final arrangements  and he was buried at Miramir Marine Air Station San Diego with full military honors on September 3, 2014.  I am sure he would be so proud to be at OUR FIFTIETH and he will be inspirit.  I know that there are many of our classmates that will be missing him and I do.  God Bless all who read this and understand!

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