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•   Kenneth Juan  11/30
•   Melodie Smith  11/7
•   Jerry E McMillan  10/22
•   Jeffrey Berger  10/22
•   Bill Simpson  9/25
•   Dawn Hershey (Clark)  9/22
•   Donald A Kleid  8/8
•   Dennis G Talley  7/23
•   Janette F Tallant  7/21
•   Craig McWhorter  7/12
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1 lives in Alabama
8 live in Arizona
322 live in California
8 live in Colorado
1 lives in District Of Columbia
3 live in Florida
3 live in Hawaii
4 live in Idaho
2 live in Illinois
1 lives in Kansas
1 lives in Massachusetts
1 lives in Michigan
1 lives in Missouri
2 live in Montana
1 lives in Nebraska
12 live in Nevada
1 lives in New Mexico
2 live in New York
3 live in North Carolina
1 lives in Ohio
1 lives in Oklahoma
14 live in Oregon
3 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in Rhode Island
3 live in South Carolina
1 lives in Tennessee
7 live in Texas
1 lives in Utah
1 lives in Virginia
25 live in Washington
1 lives in Wisconsin
1 lives in Australia
1 lives in Costa Rica
1 lives in Italy
433 location unknown
118 are deceased


•   Edward Valenzuela  12/9
•   George Clark  12/11
•   Chris A Cardwell  12/25
•   Rowena (Randy) Crossman (Limbird)  12/29
•   Marilyn Hulmer (Isetta)  12/31
•   Conrad Gordon  1/4


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Welcome to the Napa High Class of 1965 website!


Napa High School Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Speech Dick Simpson

October 22, 2016

My Father in Law used to say, "If you live long enough, everything comes around". I am almost 70 years old and it has been 52 years since I last stepped on the football field for Napa High School and I can say that tonight things have definitely "come around" for me!

It's been said that "Ability is of no account without opportunity'. There are four acknowledgements I would like to make to people who provided me with my opportunities.

First, my coaches. A few of you may remember and many of you may not know that, at one time, Napa High was a two year high school. Our Junior year was our first year of high school and the next year we were graduating Seniors. For our football coaches this meant that every season they had to create a new team. That they were able to meet this challenge and have the success they did is remarkable. It will come as no surprise to most of you that Frank Humpert, in particular, was significant in helping me become, not only a better football player, but a better person as well.

Second, my fellow linemen. Linemen don't seek a lot of attention and they seldom get much of it. When it does come our way, it has to be shared. I could not have accomplished what I did on the field without the linemen who played along side of me.

Third, the 1964 football team, who won the North Bay League championship, not so much because of our athletic talent, but because we had grit. We were determined, we believed in each other, and we believed that, somehow, we would find a way to win and we almost always did.

Fourth, my parents, Mal and Libby Simpson, who have both passed away. They taught me that being a good athlete was fine, but it was more important that I was a good person. Last year my dad was inducted into the Vallejo Sports Hall of Fame as a coach. I was so very proud to be there that night on his behalf and I know, wherever he is tonight, he is equally as proud of me.

Finally, it is such a great honor for me to stand here tonight as the first inductee into the Napa High School Athletic Hall of Fame from the class of 1965! I particularly want to thank Don Kleid, whose efforts in putting my name in nomination and making a convincing presentation to the selection committee are the reasons I am standing here tonight.

I would like to get something going in Contra Costa County
I Like to set in motion something like the 65 Breakfast club or lunch in any of the area cities in CC Co.

SAVE THE DATE:  On Saturday, August 5,2017 we will be having a 65er reunion event!. Plans are in the works for a picnic, luncheon, or cocktails... more info. later!  Save the date...and plan to join us!!

THEY'RE HERE!!! "Napa Indians Forever" T-shirts are now available for all Napa High alums, students, boosters and friends. The stylish navy blue T's feature a beautiful gold and white logo. They'll make a great Father's Day or graduation gift. Don't frame them. Wear them proudly to show your feelings about Napa High and the Indian symbol issue. UPDATED INFORMATION:
Priced at a modest $20, $25 for mail orders, you'll be happy to know that all proceeds go to the Phil Wharton Memorial Scholarship at Napa High, named for our classmate and teammate who died in February 2015.  Orders in Napa or Solano ($20.00) will be delivered.  For all other orders ($20.00 plus $5.00 shipping), make check payable to Napa High Scholarship, and indicate "Phil Wharton" on the memo line.  Payments can be mailed to Mike Amen, 227 Princeton Avenue, Vallejo CA 94589 phone #  (707-552-0719) email address is:     Shirt sizes include: medium, large, x-large, and xx-large.

 We'll also be selling the shirts at local events in Napa and to groups. Phone Mike to arrange an appearance at your group (707-552-0719)
The Wharton Scholarship is administered by Mike, Don Kleid and Jeff Green. Our goal is to raise enough money to fund a second Wharton Scholarship each year.

Join other Napa High 65ers at our first-ever "65er Breakfast Club"!

Here are the particulars:

When: The first Thursday of each month, starting October 1, 2015.

Where: Black Bear Restaurant on Soscol Ave, Napa

Time: 9:00 A.M.

No need to RSVP...just show up! 

Your 65er event planners: Marilyn, Tom, and Ken