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•   Gordon G Swallow  10/13
•   Nancy Dubach (Smith)  10/11
•   Margo Carter (Pemberton)  9/30
•   Diane Birk (Hartman)  8/24
•   Lynn Ellsworth  7/21
•   Blair McDonald  7/13
•   Julie Harrison (Kleszczewski)  7/3
•   Sally Scott (Carter)  7/2
•   Carol Beardall (Billings)  7/1
•   Kathy Brown (Thomas)  7/1
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5 live in Arizona
18 live in California
7 live in Colorado
1 lives in District Of Columbia
1 lives in Georgia
3 live in Idaho
1 lives in Indiana
1 lives in Missouri
3 live in Montana
2 live in Nevada
3 live in New Mexico
2 live in New York
5 live in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in Tennessee
1 lives in Texas
118 live in Utah
4 live in Virginia
7 live in Washington
1 lives in Wyoming
1 lives in Germany
1 lives in United Kingdom
281 location unknown
134 are deceased


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Welcome to the East High Class of 1960 Web Site

The date for our reunion party was

July 1st, 2021

This site will provide you with all of the information about the East High class of 1960 reunion party that is being planned for you.  It will also allow you to enter all kinds of information and photos of you for all of your classmates to see.  They will only be able to see information that you enter.  It will also help us to find many classmates that have been missing for years as well as those who have successfully moved on.  Please register and be proactive. Here is what you need to do to register on the class reunion website.  Go to the top of this home page and click on 'classmate profiles', find your name on the list and click on it and then follow the instructions on the pop-up screen to register.  Make sure that you save each page as you work through the 4 pages. This is not a commitment to come to the class reunion and you don't need to put any information into the system that you don't want to share with classmates. I would recommend at least entering your contact information.

Some wonderful sponsors covered most of the cost

click on the "60 year reunion party" to your left and see pictures taken at the party.



The Grassy Field at Thaynes Creek Ranch


The East High Class of 1960 Reunion Party was held in a grassy pasture located at

Thaynes Creek Ranch, 2419 Country Lane, Park City, Utah.

The party started at 3:00 in the afternoon with plenty of food, a 17 piece big band orchestra, a dance floor and lots of time to visit, reminis, remember old times with old friends, hang out and just feel good.  



great memories to be reviewed in this year book and at the

                 East High Class of 1960 Reunion Party                            



I want to thank Leonard Black and all those on the Committee for making this East High 1960 graduation class reunion so special. I so enjoyed visiting with so many close friends from the past. My only disappointment was learning that a number of classmates in the Salt Lake area that I knew and whose friendships I cherished did not come to the reunion. Thank you Kathy for the beautiful setting where the reunion was held. If we ever have another reunion in the future, count me in. A special thanks to Butch and Margaret Latey for picking my wife and I up at my sister's. It was so fun to catch up with them.
Mel McDonald

Dear Leonard….before another minute goes by, I want to thank you for all your hard work in providing the perfect venue for our class reunion….it could not have been better! You thought of everything, including prizes to take home. So much fun and so interesting to see everyone again. You continue to be a gifted organizer, leader and cheerleader for us all! And your wife is such a fine woman and support too!

Sheila Larsen and I were saying that we ought to have a get together every couple of years…nothing elaborate, of course…just a BYOD (Bring your own dinner)…until we die.

The place was stunning…ohhthanks to Kathy and Frank for their generosity. And many thanks to the whole committee for their hard work….it really was quite something!

Much love,
Carol Burdett Thomas