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•   Jon Cretarolo  2/11
•   Ellen Reese (Peterson)  8/12
•   John Boogaert  2/13
•   Topper Horack  1/11
•   Nellie "Jean" Neuenschwander (Pennington)  1/9
•   Barbara Stalder (Allen)  8/27
•   Virginia Thomas (Kellogg)  8/24
•   Gail Fox (Carpenter)  8/9
•   Miriam Willits (Palm)  7/20
•   Judy Blair (Ricks)  4/30
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2 live in Alaska
4 live in Arizona
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5 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
1 lives in Georgia
2 live in Hawaii
4 live in Idaho
2 live in Indiana
1 lives in Kentucky
3 live in Maine
2 live in Massachusetts
1 lives in Michigan
2 live in Minnesota
4 live in New Mexico
4 live in New York
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1 lives in Ohio
1 lives in Oklahoma
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1 lives in South Carolina
2 live in Texas
4 live in Utah
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15 live in Washington
1 lives in Alberta
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1 lives in Ontario
1 lives in Denmark
1 lives in France
1 lives in Germany
1 lives in Indonesia
1 lives in Spain
1 lives in United Kingdom
139 location unknown


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Welcome to the Palo Alto High Class Of 1962 web site.

For all to see: this website has Palo Alto grade school pictures posted on it. If you have others to add, please send them to the site manager. If you can add more names to the faces, even better.

Carolyn Feroben owns the site and grew up in Barron Park.

--Miriam Willits Palm
Update: I won't be able to attend the reunion after all. (Unable to edit the question, Will you attend). I wish everyone a "Blast" (isn't that what we said in the 60's?)!
I just added the photos I had from the reunion to my profile. Check them out, and if anyone can help with naming captions, I'd appreciate the input. I will update the i.d.'s. Thanks to Chop, John, Marvis and Betsy for their efforts in arranging a wonderful three days---it was an unequivocal success, and so great to see old friends!
Hi Paly folks. There is a fascinating article in a recent issue of Utne Reader, describing the enormous income inequalities in Silicon Valley. Things have really changed from our childhoods there. There was also in ProPublica a devastating article on resegregation of schools in Tuscaloosa, my home town since 1970. Some things change very slowly, especially here in the south. If you have a chance to read these, I recommend them.
Meanwhile I am alive and well in the city of the Crimson Tide, almost retired, and California dreaming.
Stan jones
We received word this afternoon from Carin Hanna that Cindy Cotter completed her journey late last night (11/19/14). It was a peaceful ending to her bout with cancer when she was finally able to let go.
New Paintings by Stephen Henriques: THE LAKE SERIES