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43 are deceased

Welcome to the South St. Paul High School
Class Of 1963 Web Site.





"Wakota Arena to be renamed after
South St. Paul hockey legend."

Follow the link for the full story and some great photos of Doug through the years.


Happy Birthday to Us!

70th Birthday Party

June 19th, VFW, SSP

A Great time was had by all. Post your pictures "Under the Clock"




































►More pictures posted by Dawn Kuehn Marsolek found "Under the Clock". 

►Thank you, Nancy Hawkinson Woelffer & Beverly Preble Mamer for donations earmarked towards this Web site subscription renewal.


Facebook Users:

Conversations of History in South St. Paul

Feeling nostalgic about your hometown? If you haven't found this place yet, check it out!


Be sure to allow about 2 hours. You'll get hooked!

2/23/15: We recently received this compliment about the Facebook site from a staff member of the Minnesota History Society:

  • Nicole Delfino Jansen And I should also note, MHS is currently working on an exhibit about Suburbia (to open this fall) and South St. Paul is one of the cities they are focusing on. We have great researchers - I turned their attention to this FB site (and Lois [Glewwe]) and I don't mind divulging that they LOVE it and have expressed what a valuable and unique resource it is. They say a number of communities have pages for history, but they have never seen one so active and with so much resource material. So many great contributors. I am not an old-timer in SSP, but wow - I thoroughly enjoy what all of you put into it!!!


What's New on the Site?
New automatic feature
now called
"Under the Clock"
See link on top margin, first on left
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Not long ago we added a "What's New" page to our web site. This is a comprehensive page that displays new content from all over our site. We have renamed this "Under the Clock" for sentimental reasons. You can easily participate with the class right from this chat page by making comments, adding photos, videos and more.

We'd like you to take a moment right now and do two things:

1) Click the "Notify Me" link under your Member Functions. Make sure desired options are enabled so you stay up to date with our class. Don't forget to follow your favorite classmates from the bottom of the page!

2) At the top of the "Under the Clock" page please enter a comment to the class. Let us know what you've been up to in your life! Even if it's just a quick "hello" we want you to see first hand how this page functions.

Once you've done these two things our site will automatically alert you whenever there is something new to see.

And one more thing: Be sure to click "Edit Profile," add or update "Then" and "Now" photos if you have some available, and make sure your Profile information is current. We'd really appreciate you taking a moment to do this too.

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Classmate Obituary

David Bruce Willerton 1944 – 2015

November 22 1944 – May 24, 2015
David was born in St. Paul, MN. Preceded in death by parents Richard & Stella Willerton, brother Allen and sisters Twyla, Virginia and Deborah. Survived by wife, Ginger; daughter, Tracey (Larry); son, Bradley; brothers, Ronald, Rick; sister, Cindy; good friend, Pat Crawley; many nieces, nephews and friends. David worked as operations manager at Ron Johnson Steel Engraving for many years. He was a Sgt. E-5 in USMC. He loved fishing, horse racing, coaching hockey and hunting. His family was his greatest love. With gratitude, we extend thanks to the staff at Good Samaritan Society of their loving care. Visitation Sunday, May 31st from 3-7PM with Time of Sharing at 6:1PM at BRADSHAW CELEBRATION OF LIFE CENTER, 2800 Curve Crest Blvd, (NW corner of Hwy 36 and Co Rd 5), Stillwater. Interment Monday, June 1st at 11:45AM at FORT SNELLING NATIONAL CEMETERY, 7601 34th Ave. So., Mpls (meet in Assembly Area #5). In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred. - See more at:

David attended Roosevelt Grade School as well as SSP Junior and Senior High Schools. 

Classmate Obituary

Rein Werner 1945 – 2014

Submitted by Renee Werner Ponto:

"It is with a heavy heart I inform you that my twin, Rein Werner, passed away on the evening of December 22nd in the ICU of Broward Health Imperial Point Hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 
Rein's kids (Denny Werner and Lisa Altendorfer) and son-in-law, Dave Altendorfer, visited with Rein the first part of November. Rich and Kathy, Maureen, Jerry and I were able to visit him and his wife, Terri, the week before he died. Rein had multiple health issues and we are thankful he did not suffer any longer than he did. 
Following Rein's wishes there will be no funeral services."
Condolences (memorials very much appreciated) may be sent to Rein's family:
c/o Lisa Altendorfer,
249 W. Warburton St.,
South St. Paul, MN 55075


If you haven't had the fun of seeing our very own yearbook on the Web, check this out:

Would you have ever imagined something amazing like this back in 1963?  I see they're having a "sale" and the regular price of $99.99 is 20% off plus free shipping for a limited time!  Wowee! If you don't have your own copy handy, take a stroll down memory! Still boggles the mind, doesn't it?


Welcome "Transplanted"

Simley Class of '63!

Simley photo page link

is on the upper margin

Updated: 9/4/13

Simley contacts:

Mike Leitch
Judy McKnight Borgeson
Bobbi Bentz Hansch

If you have contact information for any class member, please notify one of the above.



All known classmate addresses have now been added to this site.  If your address is showing under "Classmate Profiles"  it is because you added it yourself and opted to let us see it. If you are new to the site, please check "Edit Profile" to see whether we have your address listed correctly. 


This site was meant to be a repository for classmates' records and will be our one-stop source for future reunion planning. But YOU have the option of allowing others to see only what you want them to see.


Go to "Edit Profile" (on the left hand margin) and scroll to the bottom of your profile. Check the box that hides your address and any other information you wish to be private. To verify this, on the Home Page, select "Classmate Profiles" up on the top border. Then select your name to see what everyone else sees.

If you have questions about privacy, feel free to use the "Contact Us" option or email me at