The Continuing Mission of the Reunion Committee

With all the efforts put forth for the upcoming reunion, we have located the majority of the 702 names on our SHS '69 Class list! 
But we still have friends who we need to reach to tell them about the reunion.

702? Our list is comprised of all of the people who were in our graduating class, and some that attended school with us, yet graduated elsewhere and still consider themselves a part of the Class of '69.

Is your name on this list? 
Please provide your current contact information by using the Classmates' Info page.

Spot a Buddy? 
If you have information for anyone on this list, or see the name of a Classmate you're in contact with, please share. 
Send us what you have via the Contact Us formThanks!

We will continue to update this list and we will continue to search for every one.

            Current Update  
                 Truly A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!
After 50 years, we've been able to locate, contact and communicate
                 with nearly 500 of our classmates!

But we still need email addresses or postal addresses for the classmates on the attached listing to let them know about the reunion.  (If you know classmates on Facebook, that's GREAT, but we will need email addresses or postal addresses.)

Please check the attached list to help us get in touch with all of our classmates.


Diligent, Dedicated Hunters or Relentless Stalkers ??
What we have found most interesting ...
is that most of the people that we have found have told us ...
  • they didn't realize that we were looking for them, 
  • they didn't really think anyone cared to find them, 
  • they didn't even know we'd been having reunions every 5 years, 
  • they figure most wouldn't remember who they were, and 
  • they're not sure if they'd remember anyone, either! 
Most have enjoyed being found and included, both in the informational lists and in the updates. 
Sure, we know there are some people who "just don't want to be found."
But that's not the majority.   
It's our goal to locate everyone, to let each one know that we, as a collective body, remember who they are and where they came from. 
Once found, each member of our class can make their own individual choice as to how much to communicate and by what methods.