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07/17/15 06:51 AM #102    

Karen Lee McCormack (Smith) (1968)

My first job was working for Warren Thompson of San Diego Appliance in Hill Crest working for 75 cents an hr.  Most of you guys remember his commercial on TV.  He was every where night and day.  That was a wonderful experience, nobody could have ask for a better boss. 


06/11/16 11:23 AM #103    

 

John "Jack" Abernethy (1964)

Wow! We must all be busy with life.....nothing posted here in almost 2 years! Hope everyone is doing o.k. and growing old gracefully. My rating in that area is about a 6! : (
Other than the fact that it's a lot of work for our reunion committee, who are beyond phenominal, what happened to the idea of a 70th birthday party?? Perhaps even an informal picnic at the beach or a park (or Terri Hunter's house LOL ;) if there was enough interest! God bless you all and keep on keeping on!

06/12/16 11:06 AM #104    

Mary Ann Scott (Gates) (1965)

Hey Jack, yes we're busy and saddly I see that a large number of us are falling by the way side. I'm about a 7 health wise. Discovering the parts of aging my mother forgot to tell me about. I thought only guys got grey eyebrows, I found one grey last week, it has been removed. I"m busy, still working at age 68.5. plan to retire at 70 if we can live on what we have socked away. On my way to Sacramento to pick up husband who has been at Spacefest in AZ. Check out the web site, until last year we had no idea you can meet and greet and attend lectures on space, rub elbows with men who walked on the moon, etc. Husband was there ot promote book on MARS. He's Greg Gates I'm Mary Ann Scott Gates from class 1965


06/12/16 11:28 AM #105    

 

Timothy Dennis Gillihan (1977)

            !!!!!!!!!!!!!SAVE THE DATE!!!!!!!!!

Crawford Class of 1977 40th Reunion
Saturday, August 12, 2017 - Sunday August 13, 2017

Saturday, August 12, 2017, 6pm-10pm
Bayview Restaurant
Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD)

Sunday, August 12, 2017, Class Picnic
Location and time to be announced.

Hope to see you there!

For more information and contact info check out our class Facebook page here:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/254684791245888/


06/12/16 02:46 PM #106    

 

Julie Eskew (Daniel) (1964)

Yep, life pretty much getting in the way lately.  And I don't care for it at all.  Mind stuck in the 60s and not accepting this latest stage gracefully.  My 93-year-old mother (still living in same house we grew up in) is young, vibrant, and totally independent.  Exercise classes at Joan Kroc twice a week for more than 10 years!  Every day of her calendar is full of meetings, spa days, lunches, church functions, etc.  My 'little' sisters and I (Barbara Eskew McClellan '67 and Melanie Eskew (Paul) Fillmore '71) just watch her as she speeds past us!  

Julie Eskew Daniel '64


06/12/16 04:06 PM #107    

 

Janice Elaine Reasoner (Thompson) (1964)

Jack Abernathy , I think a 70 year old reunion would be a kick, especially since I was unable to make our 50th 😩. I think life and just good old things are happening and is taking time to resolve, but perhaps others could step in and help get something planned. I totally agree with it not being fancy maybe beach or park BYO food and drink, maybe white t-shirts and just scribble your name and year '64... I'm not in San Diego , but not so far a bunch of us up here in Temecula area can't come down.. Keep us posted and sure sounds like fun πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸŽŠπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

 


06/13/16 12:19 PM #108    

 

Gladys Mary (Jaye) Apcenski (Munger) (1960)

With so many of us relocated around the US and overseas, maybe we should just have a "LAST CALL REUNION" for all of us who have NEVER had a chance to come ! Now, that I finally moved back to California, from living overseas, and in several other states ( NO, I was NOT in the "Witness Protection Program", just married to 2 Air Force pilots !!). so, here I am in Sacramento, just in time for the 50th reunion of the class of 1960, and I was too sick to come !!So, maybe, let's try for a  "GENERAL REUNION", around Homecoming time. The weather is wonderful then, and hotel and Air Fares would be more reasonable. We could have lots of activities planned, to make a long trip to the "old stomping grounds" worthwhile, considering the expenses involved for "out of state" travelers X2,  most of us in the 1959-19?? Classes may not be fortunate enough to have any parents or family members, still living in San Diego, that they can stay with ! So,we'd all be coming to see the town, and just like any tourist, we'd want to see "the sights". Of course, we'd like to see how it's grown, and all the new places and old favorites, ( like the official MAKE OUT SPOT OF CRAWFORDITES, ALVARADO ESTATES DRIVE, ah, the twinkling lights over the city !!) SOO much to take in ! Our old Air Force Squadrons have huge reunions, and people fly in from all over the country. The reunions are usually planned over the Internet, and we have a GREAT TIME ! Locations such as Las Vegas, Phoenix,Albuquerque, and San Antonio. As you can see, we try to stay near the middle of the USA, so everyone has a somewhat equal distance to travel ! San Diego is a WONDERFUL RESORT CITY, we could charter a Sailing Yacht for a Bay Cruise ( they hold up to 80, and can be partially group chartered too) They have lunch available,or BYO, and BYOB,too ! There's "Seaport Village" "Old Town" and does the ferry to Coronado still run ? We could tour the "old lighthouse at Point Loma", Balboa Park on a Sunday, when the "little villages of the world", are open ( if that's still done) and there always used to be a concert in the Band Pavillion ! Maybe a play or a concert, as a group event, and of course the big Banquet, at the hotel where we all might ALL be staying. A "Silent Auction" or similar fund raiser, at the banquet, and donate proceeds to the school. With a large number of room rentals,  most hotels will throw in a "Hospitality Suite", where smaller groups could meet for cocktails, before heading out to dinner ! I know it can be done, as I've helped in the planing, and attended several, over the past 25+ years ! Anyone interested in exploring the possibility of a large reunion of this type???

 

 

 

 

 


06/14/16 09:02 AM #109    

Mike Traxler (1980)

I think that is an excellent idea.  It could be a big fund raiser for the foundation. We could have fun and do a lot of good.


06/14/16 06:50 PM #110    

 

Mary Christine Navarro (Hayes) (1961)

Great idea! I'm in the class of '61. We're having a 55th reunion in October.


10/27/16 12:14 PM #111    

Dana-Chandelle Bursten (Kleiman) (1964)

I am looking for anyone who might remember my sister, Marie Bursten, class of 1961.  Her family is trying to obtain documentation that she lived in the US between the years of 1952 and 1958.  She was in Junior Theater, had poems published in Oak Park Elementary School's annual contest, and performed in Balboa Park's citywide piano performances.  Perhaps someone has Oak Park or Horace Mann Junior High annual class photos, programs from the performances, or other such documentation.  Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.  Please contact me at DKASSOC@AOL.com if you can help.  Thanks.


10/27/16 05:27 PM #112    

Susan Marie Marshall (Gordon) (1964)

Dana... I have a photo of you in our Jr High yearbook but not your sister from three years ahead of us. I'll ask around. Good luck. The school's might have some archives. Oak Park and Mann still up and running. Susan Marshall

 


10/28/16 11:09 AM #113    

Patricia Ann Baker (Person) (1963)

Dana, I emailed a copy of the cover and your sister's picture from the 1958 Horace Mann annual.


10/29/16 09:56 AM #114    

Debra Elaine Feiler (Rodebaugh) (1983)

Dana- San Diego Junior Theatre has a listing " Production History" that starts in 1942 and lists shows and some casts all the way up to last season.          Here is the link ---          http://juniortheatre.com/about/production-history/

 

 


11/23/17 10:54 AM #115    

Susan Kay Stauffer (Davenport) (1960)

 

Hello Neil, I enjoyed your recap of first job experiences, how innocent and goungho we all were!

I was wondering, are you Linda Goldfarb’s sister?  We were good friends in high school but lost touch a long time ago. If so, could you let me know how she is or what she is doing these days? 

Thank you so much.  Susan Davenport (maden name, Stauffer)

 


08/29/18 03:25 PM #116    

Christopher A. Real (1990)

 




Does anyone (who went to Rolando Park) remember the "Rolando Park Times"? Found a copy in my childhoold documents here and forgot completely about it. This one is from 1981. I am not sure if any of these people still live here in San Diego!!

 


08/30/18 06:07 PM #117    

Arlene Joy Meyer (Moore) (1969)

I did not attend Rolando... I taught there from 1976-83! Whoah....


08/30/18 06:47 PM #118    

Marcia Sleet (Peterson) (1959)

Smart idea to encourage young students to write.  Went to Rolando Park in 1949 ....  Don't believe there was a newsletter back then.  

 


08/31/18 11:14 AM #119    

Thomas James Grader (1959)

I also went to Rolando Park in 1949. Marcia Sleet and I went there the first year it opened. I was a crossing guard there.  A school paper would have been great.


09/01/18 02:23 PM #120    

Christopher A. Real (1990)

First job was Taco Bell (official payrolled position) on corner of College and U iversity in 1987. Cleaned bathrooms every morning. Ugh!

09/01/18 05:36 PM #121    

Lorrie Elise Birch (1979)

That's my mom who did the RP Times.  Thanks Christopher for posting that copy.  My mom, has been gone from our lives for 24 years and I miss her dearly.  Seeing this made me smile and remember when she worked at RP.  

 


09/01/18 07:42 PM #122    

Christopher A. Real (1990)

Walked by the old neighborhood today. Didn't realize that Horace Mann is being upgraded. I don't recognize the old track & field. Looks like it's now a baseball field. Such memories. 



09/02/18 07:11 PM #123    

Peggy Crowe (Castanaga) (1973)

Thanks for posting the pics.  I enjoyed that.


09/03/18 08:31 AM #124    

Norman Lepor (1975)

Who keeps up with the message forum from the Class of '75?


09/03/18 09:43 PM #125    

 

Mary Christine Navarro (Hayes) (1961)

My Dad built the cabinets for Horace Mann, when it was built. He was a cabinetmaker at Western Lumber Company.


09/06/18 04:33 AM #126    

 

Laura Lee Kauffman (Lay) (1980)

Gladys, I think a GENERAL REUNION is a great idea, as I have not attended any of my reunions.... and I live locally. :/   I could definitely help you plan it!   Contact me!  619-818-1195.   Laurie Lay (Kauffman) Class of 1980.

 

 


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