(check out yearbook) Add/Update Your 1965 ListingMarla (Adams) Rice West Linn, OR
Retired/FinanceMarried Greg Rice in 2015
_______________________________________________________________________________________Marillyn (Beard) Cosner Spring Creek (Elko) Nevada email@example.comTeacherI am married and we have 4 children, 2 in Salt Lake City, 1 in Maryland and 1 in Portland.Two are married and we have 8 grandchildren. I am still teaching kindergarten and plan to retire when I am 70.I would love to hear from anyone and everyone!
Wade Garfield Donovan III Oregon City, OR firstname.lastname@example.org
Retired, professional land surveyor/business owner
RMy wife passed away in 2016. I'm doing some volunteer work, with a friend. I have 3 children and 7 grandchildren.
Mostly playing footballNicholas Donsky Prescott Valley, AZ email@example.com
Live in Arizona with lovely wife Evelyn. I am a published song writer and enjoy spending time with my 4 grandchildren.
Favorite memory: Writing fake news item in the Lions Roar
Will there be a 50th reunion?Pamela (Edwards) Weninger Aurora, OR firstname.lastname@example.org
Married husband in 1966, two children, four grandchildren. Lived in Alabama for three years, back to Oregon in 1969. Have lived in Aurora since 1975. Last job was at the Aurora Colony Museum. Have traveled to Ireland (best vacation ever). I can be found on facebook as Pamela Janet Weninger.
Favorite memory: Friday night football games, drama class, and dances.
Sally (Sara) Eskridge Hay The Dalles, OR email@example.com
Homemaker, wife, mother, grandmother, and farmer
After attending PCC and working I married Jack Hay in 1970. We moved in 1974 to run the family wheat farm 10 miles east of The Dalles. We have one son, John, who is married and has two sons. While Jack was active in a wheat organization (OWGL) we traveled all over the country meeting many wonderful people in the agriculture industry and university system. Today we are enjoying friends, family, and new experiences.
Favorite memory: A wonderful English teacher, Mrs. Cannon, I had my sophomore and junior years. Driver's training not so much fun, football games under the lights were the best, great friends and slumber parties remain the most outstanding memories of my high school years.
I've enjoyed every reunion and can't thank the committees enough for their hard work. If any of the chums from our class are able they should come the reunions, you'll be so glad you did . . . no one remembers that you accidentally walked into the wrong restroom, ha!Vicki (Granquist) Sheron Bellevue, Washington firstname.lastname@example.org
Mother and Grandma
I married Ron Sheron in l966 and we have two beautiful daughters...Angela 38 , Monika 36, and three precious grandsons . . . 2-4-6!! I love them to bits and pieces . . .
Ron passed away in 2001 of pancreatic cancer . . . We miss him so much, but it was a true blessing when he passed, as he suffered so badly . . . PC is a beast, gives you little warning, and takes you fast.
I spend my time with my family, gardening, golfing, and traveling.
Favorite memory: All good memories, but I guess riding to all the sporting events in the "bus" was one of my cherished memories . . . so much laughing and excitement . . .
We all have lived in Bellevue, WA for the past 33 years . . . Please give me a call if you are up in the Seattle area . . .would love to have you over, or meet you for coffee/wine . . . 425-644-3031Doug Heatherington Beaverton, OR Hiteon@aol.comRetired from Farmer's Insurance.Chester Joy Washington, DC email@example.comI retired in 2008 as Senior Natural Resources Analyst for the U.S. Government Accountability Office. My wife, Donna, also retired this year from her job as Principal Technologist for Software Quality Assurance at Fannie Mae. We both make presentations on global warming issues for Al Gore's organization and Donna is planning on doing tour-guiding part-time. Our son, Ryan, graduated from American University Law School and is working at the Securities and Exchange Commission in DC, but plans to go to Atlanta soon to pursue a music career.Favorite memory: Hard to say. There were many.It's always nice to hear from and get together with anyone from West Linn. We also planning on "house trading" our condo on the DC Waterfront (walk to Metro and the museums) w/folks in other transit-convenient urban locales.Susan (Sue) Mattson Delaney Portland, OR firstname.lastname@example.org
Home web page address: http://gocamping.org
Retired teacher, part-time admin. asst.
My kids are now adults and I'm saving money to travel.
I like the quote, "If you can remember the '60s, you weren't really there." It's a good excuse for fuzzy memories anyway!Greg Mitchell West Linn, OR email@example.com
Kathy Reinke and I were married in 1970. We have three daughters, Katie who is married and is a pharmacist, pregnant with our first grandchild, Kristin who is currently at nursing school in Portland, and Kari who is currently attending Seattle Pacific. We live in the house that I grew up in by the river. I will be retiring from my teaching job in June, 2002.
Favorite memory: Parking with Kathy on Turner Road.
Jerri Quaintance (Ryan) Schertz, TX RRyan20@satx.rr.com
RetiredGreg RiceWest Linn, ORRetiredI retired in 2006 from Otis Elevator Co. after 37 years. Married to Sandy (Thomsen) Rice (class of 1966). We were married for 47 years. Sandy passed away 2013. We have 2 daughters and 5 grandkids. In 2015 I married Marla (Adams) (class of 1965). I enjoy woodworking, photography and volunteering at church. We also enjoy traveling with my RV.
Jody (Shipley) Holmes Graham, WA firstname.lastname@example.orgRetired Real Estate BrokerLots of travel in our 5th wheel and a little abroad as well. Life is good and abounds with kids and grandkids. God is good.Favorite memory: Coach Rawlins was wonderfully encouraging to me. He taught my drivers ed class. I really appreciated him.Colleen (Shuell) Pilgreen Bandon, OR email@example.comManagementOver this many years, a lot of life has been lived. I had five children, four now. Two grandsons and two granddaughters. All very precious to me. No retirement in sight for me! It sure is wonderful to see the ones who have signed on to this site. Hope more join.Favorite memory: Running down the halls trying to make it from one wing of the school to the other! (NO, we were not supposed to run! but you sure had to be there on time.)I am looking forward to moving to the Eugene area in a year or so. My daughter Sally lives there with my youngest grandson, JoJo, who is now three. My youngest daughter Beth lives in New York with her husband and daughter Allora, who is now one and a half. I was very fortunate to be able to fly out last September for Allora's first birthday. My oldest daughter Gina still lives in Corbett, Oregon, and my son Jonathan and his wife live in Caldwell, Idaho. My oldest son, Joe, passed away twenty years ago--what a terrible time. My children and I all keep in touch, sometimes daily, and sometimes weekly, still very close to them, and miss them greatly. Now how about all of you?Mary Lou Staats Finigan Eugene, OR firstname.lastname@example.orgRetiredWorked as an RN, artist, owned a florist/gift shop for 17 years. Married to Jerry Finigan, one daughter, 4 grandchildren. Have hosted 29 high school students for one year each. Now I am involved in Rotary, Soroptimist and am a placement volunteer for Greyhound Pet Adoption, NW and loving life.________________________________________________________________________________________Retired