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55-YEAR REUNION - JULY 29, 2017

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3/31/2009
New www.adamscityhighschool.com website
Take a look at the new www.adamscityhighschool.com website. It has been completely rebuilt. Check frequently for updates. Participate in the forum, send photos and memories. Give your sugg . . .  Continued

1/31/2007
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1/23/2006
How many graduated in 1962?
Did you know 246 graduated in 1962? There were 133 boys and 113 girls. You may have noticed the counter of found, missing, and deceased exceed 246. We are the CLASS OF 1962 AND FRIENDS. . . .  Continued

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  Next Class Reunion Janice Fox Barr

  It's less than a year off now, I think,

Tue 8/16/2011 10:33 PM

  Looking for Mary Rose Negrete Generalovich

  Any one know how I can contact Lee Vasqu

Mon 6/29/2009 8:39 PM

  Hello and Change of My e-mail Address Bob

  Hello Everyone: My new e-mail address i

Sat 12/13/2008 2:11 PM

  Sharing with you.... John Lagodny

  On July 8th, 2008 at 6:04 pm, we welcome

Tue 8/12/2008 2:15 AM

  Message Frank Brito

  Here is our e-mail address: [email protected]

Sun 7/1/2007 8:16 PM

  Message Frank Brito

  My wife and I can not possibly thank you

Sat 6/30/2007 12:05 AM

  WARDROBE MALFUNCTION Shirley Brown Wilcoxon

  I had prepared for it like any intellige

Thu 6/28/2007 2:40 AM

  What's up? Shirley Brown Wilcoxon

  What's up in your life? Leave a message

Fri 4/20/2007 11:39 AM

  Remember sophomore beanies? Shirley Brown Wilcoxon

  Do you remember the orange and green fel

Fri 4/20/2007 11:37 AM

  Message Frank Brito

  I'm alive !!!! I spoke with Shirley Bro

Fri 4/13/2007 9:13 PM

  Shirley, Thanks for the jump start Paul N Treakle

  Your persistance has findly paid off. Th

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  Message Judy Castle Munson

  My profile is updated, who's next?

Thu 1/18/2007 9:44 PM

  Update on John Lagodny John Lagodny

  John continues to recover from surgery.

Fri 12/15/2006 9:36 PM

  Recovery Joanne Virant Leischuck

  John, Hope replacement went well. Sorry

Sun 11/12/2006 11:58 PM

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  John Lagodny is recovering from surgery.

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Sharon Trout-DeMott Johnson


Attended Colorado State University and subsequently married Mike DeMott (Class of 1961). We moved to Oahu, HI in 1968, where Mike was a Project Manager for Swinterton & Walburg Construction Co. (San Francisco-based firm)during the construction of the 30-story Sheraton Waikiki Hotel on Waikiki Beach. I worked as a Joint-Staff Branch Manager for Admiral McCain at Headquarters Commander-in-Chief-Pacific during the Vietnam conflict, where our office monitored all of the C-130 planes flying into and out of Vietnam, Cambodia and Japan. Mike and I moved to the Palos Verdes Peninsula 20 miles south of Los Angeles in 1971, and started DeMott Development Co. During the next 10 years we built office buildings, commercial properties and multi-million dollar spec homes in Palos Verdes, Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach. Our first son, Brandon, was born in 1972, and was an outstanding athlete in soccer, tennis and golf at Palos Verdes High. He graduated from college at the University of California-Santa Barbara, and is now the Manager of 11 executive health and fitness clubs for 24-Hour Fitness in Southern California. Brandon and his wife Allegra, also a graduate of Palos Verdes High and The Claremont Colleges, live near the ocean in Palos Verdes Estates. Allegra has joined her Father's neurological medical group. Brandon and Allegra are expecting their first children, twins! (boy & girl) in March of 2007. Brian was born in 1972, an outgoing athlete also, with copper-colored hair like his great grandfather. He played golf, soccer and football, and liked to race moto-cross bicycles, ski, snowboard and skin dive off the coast of Palos Verdes. He was extremely outgoing and for a time had a picture portfolio and went on casting calls for commercials and movies--he wanted to be an actor, musician or chef. We lost Brian at age 17 in a motorcycle accident in Redondo Beach, CA. (Remembering him here is still a difficult thing to do.) After Mike and I divorced, I became a Training Specialist for Coldwell Commercial Real Estate in downtown Los Angeles. I taught classes for newly hired CB realtors in Los Angeles and a training center in Atlanta, GA. I left Coldwell Banker to become the Project Manager for an investment group formed by former Secretary of the U.S. Treasury, William Simon. I built out new office space for the group on two floors in a bank building in Beverly Hills. Upon completion of their offices, I became Project Manager for the newly-formed 50-attorney law firm of Baker, Silverberg & Keener, for whom I also built out new office space and then staffed. I then became Project Manager for an investment banking group formed by former White House Presidential Advisor, Mike Duval. The group was headquartered in New York, and wanted to also establish an office in Los Angles. I oversaw the build out the 16th floor of a new office building. I had remarried briefly at this time, and my husband was the director of a Los Angeles law firm. My next project was as an Administrator/Project Manager for the 100-attorney law firm of Greenberg, Glusker, Fields, Clayman & Mocktinger in Beverly Hills. In addition to managing 10 departments within the law firm, I oversaw the remodel and build out of space on a third floor for the firm. Upon completion of the space, I worked for the Chicago-based law firm of Baker and McKenzie, who wanted to establish a branch office in Los Angeles. I managed the office remodel on two floors, as well as a firm of 400 employees. In 1994, I met my husband, David Johnson, who was a General Building Contractor in Los Angeles, and we have been together ever since. (I like to say that God saved the best for last, because David is a terrific husband and partner!) After my mother had died some years earlier, my Father, Kenneth Trout, moved to Fowler, CO, where at age 82, he was still riding horses everyday, He suddenly became ill June of 1997, and had heart surgery. During my stay with him in Colorado, I determined that my Father was legally blind. In October of 1997, I brought my Father to CA to live with David and I, and I left my job to care for him full time. In October of 1998, David had the opportunity to go to work with a new construction division for Coca Cola in Atlanta, GA. His first project was a Coca Cola plant in Columbus, Ohio. So, we took my Father and his dog to live with us there in a second temporary residence. Unfortunately, my Father passed away during our stay in Ohio. During the course of David's project, Coca Cola decided to close their construction division. The Facility Group, a commercial construction design/build construction management firm in Atlanta, GA, took over all of Coca Cola's existing construction projects--and hired David to work for them. After traveling with David for additional projects, I also began working for The Facility Group as David's Project Administrator on a project in San Antonio, TX, and subsequently on a Youth Development Center for the State of GA's Juvinile Justice Division. After those projects, a number of key management had left the firm, and David decided it was time for a change. In May of 2006, David and I joined Clayco, Inc. Clayco is one of the nation's largest, privately owned real estate, architecture and engineering, design/build and construction firms. The firm is headquartered in St. Louis, with offices in Chicago, Dallas and Detroit. Our first project for the company is a one million four-hundred thousand square foot office and distribution building in Mt. Pocono, PA for the Johnson & Johnson Company. (As "Johnsons" managing the construction, we are always asked if we are relatives of the company--unfortunately, no!) When we arrived in Mt. Pocono last year, the mountains were covered with beautiful foalage and flowers. We didn't expect it to be so beautiful or to have so many lakes and streams. Our temporary residence is situated on a lake only 10 minutes away from our jobsite. While we do work long hours, Clayco is a very good firm to work for. They fly us home twice a month or another location of our choosing. So, we plan to do a lot of traveling along the East Coast while we are here through this October. David's daughter recently graduated from Purdue in Indiana, and we have traveled there, too. (David's other daughter and a son live in Hermosa Beach, CA.) Winter in Mt. Pocono has not been without its surprises--like the 50 mph winds and -22 Degrees Below 0 weather! Still, there is very little snow on the ground right now, unlike three years ago we're told, when it start snowing in October and didn't stop until May with 195 inches of snow! Right now we have one-third of the building's poured-in-place slab and tilt walls decked and roofed. The inside of the building will be heated with two 1.4 million BTU vapor propane heaters, so the other trades can work inside until Spring, when we will finish the other two-thirds of the building. Our game plan is to work for Clayco until we are ready to retire, and then build out a property we have in Southern California, and finally, a property in Makaha Valley on Oahu, HI--which is our present retirement location of choice, if all goes well. Planning to be at the reunion in June, and looking forward to seeing all of you again!



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 Death  Gary Moses passed away in 2018. May he rest in pea
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 Death  William Martine passed away February 16, 2016. May
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 Death  Jeane Allee Majors Rowen passed way April 16, 2016
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 Death  Nathalie Ahrens Leake (also known as Jane) died No
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 Death  Vaughn Richards passed away December 16, 2016. May
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