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Sylvia Hart, Mike Biber, Don Hunter, Scott Nelson, and James Webb Jr., plus Guy Barnett Bachelis, Jewell Barrow, Ernie Bergman's sister Julia, Joe Breeze and Steve Potts (for all you mountain bikers), Bill Champlin, George Duke, Betty Hodges, Tom Killion, Ann Killion, Rob Nillson, and Eileen Van Moppes. Teachers with speaking parts include Pete Beldon, Chuck Crawford, Frank Gold, Bob Greenwood, Willie Hector, Iris Meyers, Robert Prather, and Robert Sherman. Ed Chavez, Alice Dolan, Bruce Grant, Paul Schwarzbart, and Margaret Zegart are on the interviewee list.
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3/20/2015 Dan Caldwell – Tam/Drake 1952; teacher and drama
Daniel Edmund Caldwell
1935 – 2015
Family and friends were saddened when Daniel Edmund "Dan" Caldwell passed away on March 15th as a result of Alzheimer's complications. The memory of
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2/20/2011 Mosaics from 1930's New Deal project restored at Tam High
By Will Jason
Marin Independent Journal
Posted: 02/19/2011 03:52:00 PM PST
After spending 37 years in a moldy storage room, a pair of 13-foot-tall mosaics dating to the 1930s could be
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10/9/2010 Greg Moore appointed Mill Valley Fire Chief
Moore tapped as fire chief in Mill Valley
Marin Independent Journal
Posted: 10/08/2010 02:43:01 PM PDT
Mill Valley's acting fire chief, Greg Moore, was named permanent chief
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After a long career in the corporate world, working as a project manager for Motorola, Dave came to his senses, discarded his tie and suit, and moved to Fort Bragg, Ca., a small coastal town somewhat North of Mendocino and started the Headlands Coffeehouse with his brother Pete and his wife, Mary.
The coffeehouse was a rousing success, with live music nightly, art and all the other coffeehouse stuff. Looking for further challenges, Dave got married last year (2005), and adopted a girl from China (Heather). Dave and Maureen are planning to adopt a second daughter next year.
Along with the coffeehouse, Dave became an electrical contractor and does theater lighting design on the side, as well as playing piano (when he can get around Heather's toys to get to it). Maureen is working on medical projects in China along with other things.
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