Zana Turnbull Mays
We have set up a two-day event to celebrate our 50th year. On the 6th of September we are having a get-together at Roaring Rapids Pizza from 6pm to 10pm. This will take place at the Bear Hall which is the in front Roaring Rapids Pizza Restaurant. Fees will be published at a later date. All 1963 classmates are welcome as well as their invited guests. On 7th of September we will hold a get together and catered dinner at the PH School Community Building from 12pm to 4pm for classmates and invited guests. Fees to be published at a later date.
Manley "Sam" Doane
Ph: 541 232 5559
Ph: 541 343 9645
The 40the reunion was Saturday, July 19, 2003, at the Gatehouse Pizza Parlor in P.H. A portion of the Pizza Parlor was reserved for alumni from 1 p. m. to 7 p. m.; main gathering - informal! - was from 3 to 5. Alumni, parents, teachers, friends were invited to drop in and visit, placing regular orders for food and drink if they wished. Contact information was collected at the time.
Marilyn (Hammond) Brachtenbach, 33472 Molitor Hill Road, Cottage Grove 97424; 541.767.9095, fax 541.554.2111; BrachMandR@aol.com. is the contact person for more information.
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892 SW Linden Lane
Dundee, OR 97115
Occupation: Owner Byerly's Saddle and Tack
[January 8, 2009]
Reta (Stutz) Bork
The funeral was held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, January 10, 2009 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on NE 106th Ave., in Portland for Reta Kay Bork of Portland, formerly of the Pleasant Hill area. Bork died January 4, 2009, of cancer at the age of 63.
She was born May 2, 1945, in Eugene to Dell and Nina McPeek Stutz. She married William Bork in 1967.
She graduated from Pleasant Hill High School in 1963 and from Western Oregon University in 1968. She was an administrative assistant in human resources for Portland Public Schools.
Survivors include her husband; three sons, Ian of Davenport, FL, Job of Burien, WA, and Nathaniel of Philadelphia, PA; a daughter, Anna Lynn of South Jordan, Utah; a brother, Darvel Stutz of Newark, NJ; a sister, Gwen Steinhauer of Cottage Grove; and 10 grandchildren.
Burial was also Saturday in Idlewilde Cemetery in Hood River. Arrangements were by Zeller Chapel of the Roses, Portland.
Marian Caruthers Cross of Springfield died June 6, 2011, of cancer. She was 66. No service is planned.
She was born March 4, 1945, in Salem to Georgia and Ted Caruthers. She married Daryl Cross on May 8, 1964, in Springfield.
She graduated from Pleasant Hill High School in 1963 and held an associates degree from Lane Community College. She worked as the office manager for Dr. Richard Erpelding for 23 years.
Survivors include her husband; two sons, Michael of Providence, R.I., and Theron of Seattle; a brother, Clarence Caruthers of Battle Ground, Wash.; and one grandchild.
Arrangements by Andreasonís Cremation & Burial Service in Springfield. Remembrances to FOOD for Lane County.
Wayne D. Taylor
Wayne was married to Wendy (Jacobs) Taylor for 22 yrs. Their children are Tim Jacobs, PHHS 1990, Matt and Mike Taylor PHHS 1995, and Annie Taylor PHHS 2000
Wayne died after a one-year battle with cancer. Wayne was a truck driver for all of his married life. E-mail of spouse: firstname.lastname@example.org
84898 Parkway Road, Pleasant Hill 97455, (541) 726-2937
Remembered by his wife and children
Zana (Turnbull) Mays
Marital Status: Married in 1964, divorced in 2003.
Children: Zana Lisa, born 1967. Keith, born 1968. Lisa's daughter, Zana Taylor, born in 1991. Lisa & Taylor live in Beaverton; Keith in Sherwood.
Comments: After high school, I graduated from Oregon Technical Institute in Secretarial Technology where I was the scorekeeper for the wrestling team - just like at PHHS. After graduation we moved to the Eugene area (Pleasant Hill, Springfield and then North Eugene). I was a stay-at-home mom until the kids were in junior high when I went to work for Oregon Bank. For two years prior to that I enjoyed volunteering at the UO Men's Box office, half time. As a member of the 'famous' Daisy Ducks, I moved through the offices to be President and enjoyed many great experiences related to UO sports. In 1986 we moved to Portland for my husband's job and I transferred to the Portland office of the bank. I have been at U. S. Bank for 14 years, now in the office of Wealth Management. In 2003, I moved to Sherwood. I enjoy many activities and organizations related to gardening. Keith, Lisa & her fiance', and Taylor & I faithfully drive to Autzen for UO football; I have had season tickets for 36 years. Twice monthly City Council meetings are a must so I can keep up with my son, the Mayor, and what is happening in Sherwood. I keep busy with family in town & in Springfield and plan to retire around 2014.
Zetta (Turnbull) Alley
Marital Status: Single
Children: Tamarra, 1965 Barry, 1966
Occupation: Cosmetology, both teaching and in salons. Currently working at The Bob Shop salon in downtown Portland and teaching part time at Mt. Hood CC.