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These classmates are no longer with us. Given the size of our class, it doesn't claim to be a complete list. If you have additions, corrections or a memories, please send them to me.
Steven Heaston, 27 Aug 1948 - 15 Jul 1999.|
Marsha (Marinello) Heaston writes: Graduated from Fresno State College (BA) and St. Mary's College (MA). Taught and coached at Acalanes High School for 18 years before becoming the head coach of Men's Water Polo at UC Berkeley ('89-'99). Was an international silver medal Olympic coach (Seoul, Korea '88). Missed by his wife, Marsha, and his three children. Above all his water polo accomplishments is the legacy he left as the greatest, most loving father and husband.
Terry Gruhn, 02 Feb 1948 - 06 Jan 1970. |
Terry lost a battle with leukemia.
Tim Marsh, 1947/48 - 08 Aug 2007|
Tim passed away at home with his family. In 2004 he wrote:
I retired from the California Prison System after 31 years. Married twice. My second wife, Linda and I have been happily married since 1979. We live in the San Diego area. We have two kids, a son Clint and a daughter Pamela. Our lives have revolved around their activities in school and sports.
Vickie Morgan, d. 1998|
Vickie's daughter writes:
Victoria Morgan passed away in 1988 after losing her battle with breast cancer. She is deeply missed by her three children, Chantal, Jenea and Darren. Memories keep her close to our hearts and she will always be the sparkle in her grandchildren's eyes.
(Steven) Wayne Ellison, 31 Jul 1948 - 14 Jan 2004|
[Wayne passed away in 2004, but his e-mail account was active until 2012. I mention that as a bit of advice - make sure that doesn't happen to you. TP]
Sometime before 2004 he wrote:
I have been living in Antioch since 1979. I have been married twice (haven't got that right yet) but have been single since 1994. I have been involved in stock car racing since 1983. It keeps me pretty busy. I work as an estimator and sales rep. for a large roofing company in Fairfield.
Read Reflections on the Big Chill, an eloquent and moving piece by Doug Perez on time and classmates passing.Other CVHS 1966 pages:
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