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PROFILE UPDATES


•   Bonnie McMillan (Terribilini)  7/21
•   Curtis Murphy  7/17
•   Robert Haworth  7/13
•   Betty McCormick (Malmgren)  7/6
•   Jane Elmore  5/18
•   Karla O'Neill (Ojeda)  2/7
•   George Pitta  1/4
•   Gary Noel  1/3
•   John "Chuck" Svendsen  1/3
•   Jana Gonsalves (Jack)  1/1
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WHERE ARE THEY NOW


WHERE WE LIVE


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1 lives in Alabama
1 lives in Alaska
3 live in Arizona
173 live in California
1 lives in Colorado
4 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
3 live in Hawaii
4 live in Idaho
1 lives in Maine
1 lives in Minnesota
1 lives in Montana
4 live in Nevada
1 lives in New Mexico
2 live in North Carolina
2 live in Ohio
18 live in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
2 live in South Carolina
1 lives in South Dakota
2 live in Texas
1 lives in Utah
1 lives in Virginia
17 live in Washington
1 lives in Wyoming
1 lives in Alberta
2 live in British Columbia
1 lives in Australia
1 lives in Colombia
1 lives in Hong Kong
2 live in Mexico
548 location unknown
146 are deceased

MISSING CLASSMATES


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Napa High School
Class of 1967
ANNOUNCEMENTS

Principal Casanega honored

Ken Casanega, Mr. Casanega, our principal, was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle today, March 16. It was the "headline" story on the sports page. He turned 100 Feb. 18! What a life story! He was honored for being one of the NFL's oldest living players. What many of us did not know is that he was also a WWII hero. What an amazing story!

It is a long story. (See link at the end for the complete story.)

From the Chronicle story by Eric Branch:

Ken Casanega, born three years after World War I and eight years before the start of the Great Depression, is still going.

The oldest living member of the 49ers, 73 years removed from his last game, celebrated his 100th birthday Feb. 18 at The Springs at Veranda Park, a senior living center in Medford, Ore. Casanega is believed to be one of the NFL’s oldest living players — the league’s alumni association doesn’t have complete records — but what is certain is that he is the last surviving player from the 1946 49ers, the first team in franchise history…

…But his story, upon closer examination of his 100 years, is about far more than long runs from long ago and longevity. His well-lived life has little to do with how well he played football. Instead, his legacy is about his enduring qualities that informed the decisions he made — to serve his country, to prioritize his marriage and to honor a college teammate — that came at the expense of gridiron glory…

…Ken Casanega was a math teacher, became the principal at Napa High School when he was 31, earned his Ph.D. from Cal and was the superintendent of the San Benito High School District in Hollister when he retired in 1980… 

https://www.sfchronicle.com/sports/49ers/article/An-original-49er-Ken-Casanega-s-remarkable-16020195.php

See the column at left for new Photo Galleries! Only a few of many, many reunion photos.

Posted 9/7/17 by Betty McCormick Malmgren

Thanks Jana and committee for all your efforts! 

(Pictured: Jana Gonsalves Jack, Tom Markovich and Sue Banks Glenn.)

Hi Everyone,
My friend Jim White wrote and performed this song about his anticipation of his Class of 1967 Reunion and my husband Darrell Holdaway created the YouTube video.
Copy and paste this link to your browser to hear my friend Jim White's beautiful song.
The lyrics really resonate with me. I look forward to seeing you all soon.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=EB1AXyLCSUI
Or you can simply google Jim White 50th Reunion.
Nevin Valentine posted 7-24-17

Class of '67 Still Rockin'

It's free to register on this site! Please help us find missing classmates for future reunions! 

revised 8/8/17

 

Friends since Elementary School!

Check out the photos Tom Markovich posted on his page -- memories of Elementary Days at Westwood! And some of those "kids" will be at the 50th reunion! Thanks, Tom!

See the Napa Valley Register story http://napavalleyregister.com/news/local/napa-combat-veterans-starting-a-foundation-to-aid-other-vets/article_bdfd4359-54ba-573d-bc64-aa8c0b7aab2c.html (copy and paste in browser to see the story)

Classmate in the news
Did you see the Napa Valley Register story in last week about our classmate Ed Wynn?

Our classmate Ed Wynn and Dave Krueger, both Marine combat veterans, started the Lest We Forget Foundation to support returning veterans in Napa and Sonoma counties who are having a rough time making the transition to civilian life. They are planning a “Bridge the Gap” golf tournament and dinner June 23 at the Vintner’s Golf Club in Yountville. According to the story, tickets are still available. Lest We Forget Foundation is an all-volunteer organization and a 501©(3) nonprofit.

While there was no contact information in the Register story, a look at the organization’s website provided the following number (707) 224-0300. To reserve your Foursome contact  david@lestweforgetfound.org or contact Vintners Golf Club at www.vintnersgolfclub.com.

Posted 6/20/17

HI EVERYONE - PLEASE CONSIDER YOUR CHECK OR MONEY ORDER AS YOUR RECEIPT FOR OUR CLASS REUNION.  I WILL BE KEEPING A LIST OF ATTENDEES SO NAME TAGS CAN BE MADE FOR THE EVENT.  YOUR COMMITTEE IS VERY EXCITED ABOUT PLANNING OUR 50TH REUNION!  WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ON JULY 29TH!  JANA -

posted March 18, 2017

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