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Muscatine High Schools
Class Of 1969

Welcome to the Muscatine Senior High and Hayes Catholic High Class Of 1969 web site. This is our Web Page, and we can do with it what we like.  Please let everyone know about this site that you think would like to participate.  If you know someone email address and just want to pass on that information, we can make the formal invite for you, just let us know thru the  Contact Us page 


Date: Friday September 17, 2021, 6:00-9:00pm

Location: Ardon Creek Winery

2391 Independence Ave. Letts, IA

Cost: Winery charges $10 per person

60’s & 70’s music

You may bring any food & non alcoholic drinks. You may purchase wine & beer there.

Bring a lawn chair. A table & canopy tent will be provided.

Hope to see some of you that evening!! RSVP is not necessary. 

This event as been added due to classmates responses, whie it  is not neccessary to RSVP it might influence somone elses attendance! So please answer the quetion "2021 ARDON CREEK" to the left.



Murry Wayne Estabrook                                                                                                      Obituary for Murry Wayne Estabrook

Memorial service for Murry Wayne Estabrook, Sr. will be 10:00 a.m. Saturday, July 24, 2021 at Claremore First United Methodist Church. Visitation will be at MMS-Payne Funeral Home on Friday, July 23, 2021 from 6-8 p.m.
Murry was born May 3, 1951 In Muscatine, Iowa, to Murry Alfred Estabrook and Virginia Nadine Estabrook. In 1968, he met the love of his life, Debra. They were married on June 6, 1971. They were together for 53 years, and recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.
Murry received his draft notice in 1969, but decided to join the US Navy in 1970 on the delayed entry program. The Navy would become his career. In 1980, he graduated from OU with a Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering through the Naval Enlisted Scientfiic Education Program and received his Officer Commission. He went on tours with VQ-1 Squadron in Guam, Japan, and the South Pacific. He also worked as a Naval Aviation Instructor, and received the Navy Achievement Medal in 1987. He was the first and only Naval Instructor to teach all four Navy Academic Phases in the history of the Naval Air Training Unit at Maher, AFB in Sacramento, CA. He served in WESTPAC with the Fleet Electronic Warfare Group in San Diego, CA, and was an ROTC instructor at University of Missouri Columbia before retiring from active duty in 1993. He spent 27 years teaching High School JROTC in Arkansas and Oklahoma, with the final 18 years serving Claremore and the surrounding communities. He was a blood drive coordinator with Oklahoma Blood Institute, planning and coordinating 50 successful blood drives at Claremore High School. He was elected Teacher of the Year in 2007, and was the Oklahoma Blood Institute Volunteer of the Year in 2020.
Throughout his life, Murry loved serving others. He and Debra traveled the world together as they raised their five children. They also became a foster family home provider to numerous children as an Emergency Care Home. Murry enjoyed gardening, tending to his apple trees, bee keeping, antique and classic cars, cruising in his 1954 Mercury Sunvalley, building models, and listening to the Beatles and old country classics. But most of all, he loved spending time with his grandchildren.
Murry is preceded in death by his parents, a sister, and two brothers.
Survivors include brother John Estabrook and wife Bonnie, sisters Cindy Carver and husband Phil, and Kim Graff and husband Steve; his wife Debra; children Murry Wayne, Eric, Timothy, Crystal, and Alicia; and nine grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Oklahoma Blood Institute

The class survey shows that many of them are still concerned about the covid-19 virus and would feell better about waiting until next year. Therefore we are planning on the weekend of September 23rd and the 24th, 2022.

We will be sending out info and surveys after Christmas

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