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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 44.4%

A:   348   Joined
B:   435   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)


Major General James G. Blaney passed away peacefully on Sunday, Oct. 18, 2020, at Alden Estates in Jefferson, Wis., with his wife, Ramona, at his side. He was born Oct. 17, 1938, in Ontario, Canada, to Alexander F. and Ethel (O’Rourke) Blaney. James graduated from Kendall High School in 1957. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in 1964 and completed his master’s degree in 1969. He also is a graduate of the Wisconsin Military Academy, 1963; Command and General Staff College, 1979; and the United States Army War College, 1984. He married Ramona Kane on April 26, 1991, in Woodstock, Ill. James taught physical education in the Milwaukee area for more than 25 years, Starting his teaching and coaching career at Washington High School and ending his teaching career at Waukesha North High School. He enlisted in the Wisconsin Army National Guard in 1960 and had a full and impressive career, becoming the Adjutant General for the State of Wisconsin National Guard and Emergency Management in 1996. He was honored at his retirement in 2002. James is survived by his wife, Ramona Kane-Blaney of Oconomowoc, Wis.; and his sons, Gary Blaney of Bellview, Wash., and Scott Blaney of Phoenix, Ariz. He is preceded in death by his parents and his siblings, Alex Blaney, Patricia Stiles and Sandra Alderman. Memorials in James’ name may be made to a veterans’ organization of your choice. Visit to leave a condolence for the family and to click on an amazing memorial video. 

The Washington Informer You can find out what students are currently doing and learning at the school.  There are also several pages on the alumni included in each of these issues. To get any issues back to 2011, click on the menu in the right hand corner to check some of those out.  


Welcome to the Washington High School Class of 1969- Did you graduate early? Did you move to another school? Did you drop out? All are welcome to join our site.

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