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•   John Kenagy  7/14
•   Linda Battaglear (Jones)  7/8
•   Janice Moore (Robinson)  7/8
•   Jack Hollowell  7/8
•   Patrick Moody  7/8
•   Barbara (Susie) Huff (Mikesell)  7/8
•   Richard Lamb  7/8
•   David Quillen  7/8
•   Barbara Bachman (Humphries)  7/8
•   Charles Coleman (Coleman)  7/8
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•   Gary Shaffer  2016
•   Winfred (Gene) Thorburn  2018
•   Pam Holmes (Slaughter)  2006
•   Jocelyn Langhofer (Payton) 
•   Tom Hamilton  2018
•   James Edward Preston  2015
•   Edward Dicks  2015
•   Elijah Haley  2018
•   Debbie Black (Pagels)  2018
•   Pam Gordon (Mattson)  2018
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

2 live in Alabama
9 live in Arizona
10 live in California
13 live in Colorado
2 live in Florida
2 live in Georgia
2 live in Idaho
1 lives in Indiana
2 live in Iowa
93 live in Kansas
1 lives in Massachusetts
1 lives in Minnesota
8 live in Missouri
1 lives in Nevada
1 lives in New Mexico
1 lives in North Carolina
6 live in Oklahoma
1 lives in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Dakota
1 lives in Tennessee
10 live in Texas
2 live in Utah
1 lives in Virginia
6 live in Washington
1 lives in Wisconsin
1 lives in Wyoming
411 location unknown
81 are deceased


•   Debby Waldron (Bullins)  7/21
•   Sharon Haines (Patchett)  7/22
•   Cindy Hall (Prior)  7/22
•   Helen Osoba (Nelson)  7/22
•   Kelly Pinkham  7/25
•   John Evans  7/27
•   Sandra Cameron (Haun)  7/28
•   Vicki Parsons (Crites)  7/31
•   Stephen (Steve) Bartlett  8/1
•   Gwendolyn Turk (Ross)  8/4
•   Shadrach Smith  8/7
•   Edward Blincoe  8/8
•   Sara Elkouri (Abraham)  8/13
•   Jim Fredericks  8/13


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 31.7%

A:   191   Joined
B:   412   Not Joined


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North High School
Class of 1969

      50 Year Reunion 


This month we are very pleased to share Joe Cooper’s Commencement Address from May, 1969.  Although Joe’s initial reaction to our request was something like “you’ve got to be kidding”, he was able to locate his presentation and graciously consented to sharing with you again.  We believe you will find his message timeless and insightful, even after 50 years.  You will find Joe’s message in the ‘Commencement Address’ section of our website.  


More great news, we are now able to share a recent decision to include Barbara Yarnell Chamberlin, Class of 1969, into the North High Hall of Fame.  Barbara’s contributions to the community that led to this honor are detailed in her bio posted in the new ‘Hall of Fame’ section of our website.  This link will also list prior recipients from our class.   Please plan to attend the HOF Award ceremony (Saturday, 10/5 @ 9:30 AM - North High Auditorium), to recognize Barbara’s well deserved honor and demonstrate appreciation for one of our own.  


On a lighter note, we close with a David Letterman-style list of reasons to attend the October reunion (courtesy of Dave Quillen).  


In summary, as demonstrated by the classmate contributions presented this month, we were in very good company while at North High and are proud to know, 




                                The Top 10 Reasons to Attend

                        North High’s Class of 1969 50-year Reunion


10. Unlike the 10-year reunion, you won’t have to rent a limo, come up with a more impressive job description, or hold your stomach in…nobody cares.


9. We’ll print the name tags 50% larger in honor of the 50th reunion.


8. Everyone qualifies for the senior discount.


7. No one will laugh or criticize you for talking about your medical conditions.


6. To meet a bunch of new friends (which you can do again at the 60th).


5. We’ll have someone on-hand to help explain Medicare.


4. If you attend, you won’t be asked to be on the 60th reunion planning committee… probably.


3. Have a chance to win the drawing for a free 1-year subscription to Prevention Magazine.


2. Even though your letter jacket hasn’t fit for decades, you can still wear the letter on your favorite bathrobe.


1. Because you’ll never, ever look this good again.