7/24/2016 Uvalde People and Places
A series of published and to be published articles in the Uvalde Leader-News by Allene Saunders Mandry are very interesting. They are about Uvalde people and places that many UHS classes, i
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7/9/2016 Classmate Updates and News
Classmate Updates and News
I will be adding updates and news about classmates to this class news item. If you have more please let me know and I will add it for you. These are in alphabetic
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4/12/2016 Carol Bray Jording
Carol Jording passed away Thursday, April 7, 2016 after a brief illness.
Carol was born October 4, 1941 in Vernon, TX to Mary Bray (Kolb) and David Goodwin Bray Sr. Because Goodwin work
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Gwen and Paul Smith have retired to the Hill Country north of Boerne near Welfare/Waring. Paul is into archeology as a participant in the Texas Archeological Society's summer field school at Menard in 03 and 04. He was elected President of the Hill Country Archeological Asssociation for 04 in Kerrville. He has been selected by National Boy Scouts to be an archeology merit badge counselor(1 of 8)at the National Jamboree in Virginia in 05. Gwen is landscaping with wild flowers and getting Paul to build more flower beds with all the loose limestone
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Class of '59 - 55th Reunion Carol McClintock Roberts, Carol Jo Allen, Carol Bray Jording, Linda Perry Bennett, Deanna Dimmitt
Jimmy Raines, Lola Neil Hill, Beverly Pennington, Lue Ella Leboeuf, Raul Ortiz, Ramiro Romo, Jr. Gary Sutherland, Nick Fohn, Bob Blevins, Culver Duderstadt, Gary Heyen,Randy Capps, Armondo Flores
Class of '59 - 2016 joint class reunion
Beverly Spillar Pennington, Beverly Heyen, Helen Davis Hutto, Karin Sutherland, Lola Bailey Hill, Linda Anderson
Gary Heyen, Phillip, Gary Sutherland, Culver Duderstadt, Elaine Duderstadt, Brenda Herber Nick Fohn, Shirley Fohn, Andy Anderson
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