CLASS OF 1976 40-Year REUNION
July 30th, 6-10pm, Dexter Lake Club / Rattlesnake BBQ
RVSP to Jeff Wisdom (Berg) for attendance and shirt size.
Seeking donations for Door Prizes and Expenses.
Casual Gathering for Class of '76 Friends
Adjoining Classmates 1973-1979
Friday July 29th, Sam's Place 1675 Franklin Blvd, 7:00 pm
Note: Janna DeFord, class of 1978, would like to get in touch with Debi Wilson. Contact Janna (or Debi and have her contact Janna) at her e-mail address (click on the blue name).
For those of you who missed it, John Beals sent the 10-year reunion photo.
so, who invited Bartles and James to the party?
so, did YOU remember those were their names?
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
Home Website: http://www.jbeals.com
42432 W. Hall Drive,
Maricopa AZ 85239
Occupation: Storage Engineer at Intel Corporation, Chandler AZ [February 10, 2006]
[January 14, 2011]
A memorial service was held Jan. 22, 2011, at Heppner High School for Mark D. Dowdy of Heppner, formerly of Lane County, who died Jan. 12 following a heart attack. He was 52.
He was born May 9, 1958, in Springfield to John and Helen McKinney Dowdy. He married Pamela Reimers on June 15, 1985, in Port Orford.
He graduated from Pleasant Hill High School in 1976 and from Western Oregon State College in 1982. He taught school and coached in the Port Orford, Heppner, Brookings and McKenzie areas, then returned to Heppner High School to teach and coach girls basketball.
Survivors include his wife; his father and his wife, John and Markie Dowdy of Pleasant Hill; two sons, Jefferson and Josh, both of Heppner; a daughter, Kendall Dowdy of Heppner; and two brothers, Terry of Carlsbad, N.M., and Steve of Cucamonga, Calif.
Arrangements by Sweeney Mortuary in Heppner. Remembrances to the Mark Dowdy Memorial Scholarship Fund at the Bank of Eastern Oregon in Heppner.
[January 3, 2013]
Donald "Skip" Ivan Glade
Skip is survived by his mother Sally Jensen, his daughters Brenda Randall & Brandy McCallister, his sons Joshua and Jonathon Glade, his Step-daughter Ramona Laumach and 8 grand-children.
Skip is preceded in death by his loving wife Mitzi Glade, his father Donald Ivan Glade Sr., his stepfather Harold "Shorty" Higginbothem, and a granddaughter, Alison Beverly Turpin.
Skip attended Pleasant Hill H.S, Meat Cutting School, LCC where he graduated with an Assoc. Degree in Hospitality Mgmt. and Truck Driving School.
Skip was a long haul truck driver based out of Florida with his wife Mitzi until her death, when he returned to the area.
Skip loved hunting, golfing and the Oregon Ducks. He was proud of his service to this country in the Army where he was an E-3. He loved life and his family very much and will be dearly missed by everyone.
A Celebration of Life was held Saturday January 5, 2013 at the home of his mother Sally Jensen from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
[March 16, 2014]
Ron Staley (19572014)
Born November 17, 1957 in Eugene, OR, Ronald Dale Staley was called home to Heaven on March 7, 2014. Passing from this world from unknown natural causes, he leaves behind several family members; his parents, Nancy and Perry Staley of Dexter, his brother, Lenny Staley, of Dexter, Daughter Kristen and Son-in-law Ryan Hutchinson, of Springfield, and daughter, Kimberly Staley, of Dexter. He was 56.
Ron grew up in Pleasant Hill, where he attended school. A high school Letterman, Ron was a three letter athlete, participating in football, basketball and track. Ron was an offensive lineman, and was a member of the 1974 Pleasant Hill High School State Championship Football Team.
Following graduation, Ron attended Oregon State University. Anyone who knew him, knew he bled orange and black. "Avid Oregon State Fan," was not strong enough to describe his passion for his Alma Mater. During summers between classes he could be found working blue collar jobs and coaching little league baseball.
Returning to Eugene after college, Ron found work as an accountant. He also became a member of the Eugene Active 20-30 Club. He chaired many events, received many awards, and even served as Club President in 1986. To this day, stories circulate the club of the tales of many Christmas Tree Pick-ups and the wild adventures that were to be had, some including wildlife.
Ron would be quick to tell you his biggest accomplishment was his children. He loved his daughters unconditionally and was proud of each of them and their successes. Even though neither of his girls attended Oregon State University, he was immensely proud that each of his daughters graduated from college.
Ron was not flashy and did not like to be the center of attention. He was most at home in the outdoors, where he spent much time as a youth, hunting and fishing.
A memorial service was Saturday, March 22, 2014 at Trent Church of Christ in Dexter, OR. Rather than coming to remember him, Ron would have asked for people to attend in order to support "his girls," who have already lost their mother and now find themselves without him as well. He is at peace with the Lord.
In lieu of flowers and gifts, the family is asking for donations to be made to the Eugene Active 20-30 Foundation at http://www.eugene2030.org/donate.php.
Arrangements entrusted to Musgrove Family Mortuary. Please access the obituary and you are invited to sign the guestbook at musgroves.com.
Published in Eugene Register-Guard on Mar. 16, 201
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faculty [August 4, 2002]
Larry Crain (faculty)
I am teaching at Crater High School and have been since fall 85. I teach Spanish and the yearbook (yeah, what a coincidence!). I've taught a horde of other things too. I've coached boys' soccer (took North Medford to the state play-offs three times in the 90s and to the district play-offs about five other times. Now I am a volunteer assistant at Crater (make way for younger coaches). I've been back to Colombia (where I was in the Peace Corps) about five times (last time in 2000).