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•   Bill Dalley  5/18
•   Mario Ceschia  2/27
•   Carol Dunbar (Shultz)  1/31
•   Bob Lathrop  1/12
•   Bill Fry  11/4
•   Carol Sellers (Lawson)  9/12
•   Charlotte Fuller (Hayes)  9/11
•   Claudia Moad (Baggerly)  8/20
•   Jeannie Fischel (Judson)  8/13
•   Roger Owens (Owens)  8/13
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11 live in Arizona
2 live in Arkansas
14 live in California
10 live in Colorado
6 live in Florida
2 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
1 lives in Idaho
4 live in Illinois
1 lives in Iowa
16 live in Kansas
1 lives in Kentucky
1 lives in Maine
1 lives in Massachusetts
136 live in Missouri
1 lives in Nevada
2 live in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
3 live in North Carolina
4 live in Ohio
3 live in Oklahoma
2 live in Oregon
2 live in South Dakota
2 live in Tennessee
9 live in Texas
3 live in Virginia
6 live in Washington
1 lives in West Virginia
1 lives in Wisconsin
1 lives in Wyoming
1 lives in Belgium
2 live in Mexico
1 lives in Sweden
214 location unknown
131 are deceased


•   Richard Misner  6/10
•   Jay Davis  6/11
•   Murn Fox (Fox)  6/12
•   Connie VonKampen (Richerson)  6/12
•   Carol Brower (Croley)  6/14
•   Mary Ellen Jones (Baker)  6/14
•   Paul Young  6/14
•   Chuck Bishop  6/15
•   Mario Ceschia  6/20
•   Carol Myers (Steel)  6/20
•   Nancy Joffee (Levin)  6/21
•   Roby Epperson (Clubine)  6/23
•   Lawrence Kinsey  6/24
•   Dave Spencer  6/27
•   Mary Majors  6/30
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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 56.0%

A:   272   Joined
B:   214   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)

North Kansas City High School
Class Of 1962

News from the School

Dr. Drew White, NKCHS principle, reported that North Kansas City High School is the most diverse high school in the state of Missouri with over 70 languages spoken in the school.

Graduation ceremonies for the class of 2023 were held on Wednesday, May 17th.  The last day of school for the under-graduates is May 26th.  Do you remember our last day of school in 1962?

At the school District level, Dr. Dan Clemens the North Kansas City School District Superintendent, is retiring at the end of this school-year.  Dr. Clemens has been with the NKC schools for 23 years, the last 8 years as its superintendent.    Taking over as superintendent will be Dr. Rochel Daniels.  Dr. Daniels is currently the Chief of Staff for the district.

On another note, look at Patrick Mahomes lacing up for a workout on the NKCHS football field.  Recognize the buildings in the background?




Class of 1962's 60th Anniversary Reunion

Our 60th class reunion was held on Saturday, September 10th at Cascone’s Restaurant.    We had 70+ people, including 42 classmates, in attendance. Good food, good venue and a chance to renew old friendships.    A big thanks to all those in attendance that made it a great celebration.

The slide show that was played during the reunion has been added to our website’s home page under the heading “60th class reunion.”  Find it on the left side of the home page (yellow menu area).

As we collect photos taken during the reunion, we will add them to the “60th class reunion” tab.



NEW:  A documentary on the history of the North Kansas City High school:

"A Northtown Construction Documentary: Remembering the Old and Embracing the New"
Click on the link below to view the documentary:


You're Invited to the Hornet Housewarming!


The dedication of the renovated Main building of North Kansas City High School was held on Saturday, March 6, 2020. The event was well attended and people were free to wander the halls of the new building complex or explore the recently completed renewal of our historic nearly 100-year-old main building. 

The three-story main building now has elevators with a sky bridge connecting it to the new buildings on the west side of the high school complex.  There are no longer lockers for the students or wooden floors in the hallways and classrooms.  Floors are either title or carpet.  There are even large screen TV’s in each classroom and in many of the common areas.  Quite a state-of-the-art facility for the approximate 1600 students currently enrolled.

With the consolidation of all classes into this new two building complex the high school becomes a “closed campus.”  No more running to the Northclay or McElroy Dagg (remember it) building for classes.

Photos from the “house warming” can be viewed by clicking on “2020 House Warming.”  (Left margin of the Home Page.


See the pictures of our September "2019 tour" (left margin of the home page).
Also: KCTV5 covered a 98th Birthday celebration for Coach Leland O'Dell that was held at Paul & Jacks.  A link to the story follows: