Class of 1958
Life Update: In 1956 he held the hose to help put out the fire; he was the first guy on the scene (see photos and more info on fire) or photos of Bob Charlton today. Brother to Richard Charlton class of 1959.
Darline (Ryther) Braz
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Occupation: I am an attorney, my speciality is international tax & estate planning for wealthy foreigners. I am a Vice President at The Chase Manhattan Private Bank in the Global Trust & Fiduciary Services Department. I assist wealthy Latin Americans in creating offshore trust and company structures.
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Life Update: It's a long way from 1958 in Long Beach, California to 2000 in Chappaqua, New York. After I graduated from Millikan I spent one semester at LBSC and then transferred up to the Univ. of Calif. at Berkeley where I graduated in 1963 in Psychology. In late 63, I moved to New York City and found a job with the Collegiate Council for the United Nations. In '64, heeding the words of Kennedy ("ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country") I joined the Peace Corps and after training for 4 months in Brattleboro, Vermont went to Brazil as a PCV. (You know the Tom Hanks movie, Volunteers? well it was something like that). I was stationed for 6 months in the interior of the state of Espirito Santo and spent the last 15 months in Recife, in the state of Pernambuco on the coast, 11 degrees South of the equator. The Peace Corps changed my life and continues to have an impact on it today. Returning from Brazil, I enrolled in a Masters program in Comparative & International Education at Columbia University. I lived at International House a dormitory for international and US graduate students. As I wanted to keep up my Portuguese, I hung out with a group of Brazilians and in 1968 married one of them. (So I did keep up my Portuguese.) In the first 11 years of our marriage we made 7 international moves back and forth between Brazil and the US. Our oldest (Erica) and youngest child (Max) were born in Rio, where my hasband is from, and our middle child (Daniel) was born in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. In Brazil, I played tennis and bridge, studied print making at the Escola de Belas Artes and with some friends founded a little theater group. I became accustomed to moving every two to two and a half years. So after we returned to the States and bought a house in Chappaqua, NY in 1979 and three years passed, I said what now? I decided to enroll in law school and began as a full time student at Fordham Univ. School of Law in 1983, graduating in 1986. (When I started law school I had a husband, 3 children, a cat, a dog and 3 goldfish. When I finished law school I had a husband, 3 children, a cat and a dog. The three goldfish died. Not a bad record.) Once I started practicing law, I quickly decided that I wanted to specialize in Trusts & Estates work and felt that if I wanted to do sophisticated, complex work I needed a better grasp of tax law. So I enrolled in the LL.M in taxation program at New York University which I attended at night after work for 4 years and a summer. I don't know whether that shows I was committed or I should have been committed. Shortly after I began this program, I left the small law firm I was working for and started working for a Wall Street firm where I did international tax and estate planning for high net worth clients. After 6 years of working for a real #@$$#@@@, I decided to work on the trustee side of the business. I first worked for Citibank doing fiduciary marketing principally against the Brazilian market. Three years ago I joined Chase and have been doing the same kind of work but against the entire Latin American market. I travel to Latin America frequently (13 trips last year) to meet with our clients. Its a great job that combines by legal and technical background with my knowledge of Latin America and my Portuguese and Spanish language skills.
My two oldest children are married and the youngest
is in his last year of college. The only friend from Millikan
I've kept up with is Jeanne (Ferguson) Glass who lives in a small
town in the South of France near Salon. We lost track of each
other for 13 years and were reunited in Florence, Italy in 1976,
where her mother was living at the time. What a reunion that
was! Since then we've seen each other every couple of years,
either when she comes to New York or I go to France. Her sister,
Margaret (Ferguson) Echanique Millikan '60 (I think) lives in
Staten Island. Well, you can see why I refer to myself as the
long winded lady.
School Activies: I belonged to a ridiculous number of clubs, the most significant I think were Salus, Jr. Statesmen, Class Council, etc. Hobbies/Fun: Reading, golf, travel
Car-Millikan Days: a 1946 battlegrey Plymouth that was a real workhorse. It had no body or other work ever done on it and was amazing simply because it ran. Friends used to "borrow" it by hot wiring it.
Oaccupation: Redtired and tired but still going . Traveling as Golden Express out of Liesure World taking trip to Las Vages, Laughlin, tlwice a month, with one trip to Pechanga and many more day trips.
Message: Your big opportunity may be right where you are today.See you all at the Reunion remember to come we are getting just a little older.
School Activity:. Student Store Manager and Ticket sell to all events, all the school dances, football games etc.
Life Update: Life is just wonderful and the longer I live the better it gets ( With Gods Help). Have been traveling all around from Us. to Mexico , Hawaii which I own land on the Big Island kona Side, El Salavador, where I lived and share teaching Bible studies at the prison giving Bibles. Life has been good to me even thro I have had about 33 major surgeries. Have own Floral Shops (5) , which I did Frank and Barbara Sintra's Wedding and many of the rich and famous. Then I moved on to own a porcelian Doll shop, and after taking care of my parents I started a service of taking care of Seniors and last it is this wonderful travel service.
Hobbies: Bowling ,traveling, gambling, gardening and my church.and most of all this new toy w;hcih is a computer and boy it is the hardest one I've had, trying to learn all the programs.
Car - Millikan Days: Dick and I shared a
1950 Black Ford and then we each got our ow which mine was a
1956 Chev. Red with White Tuck and Roll. whose name was S Say
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Ed (Eddie) Smith
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Message to classmates:
School Activities: CROYDON Staff-Advertising, Charter member NRD.
Life Update: Life has been good. After Millikan and two years at Long Beach City College I started a summer job at Pacific Bell. That summer job turned into a 34 year marketing career. I was extremely fortunate to retire early at 54 and enjoy all the good things retirement offers. I've been married to Delores, the true love of my life, for 38 years. Our home has been in Orange County for the past 12 years. We have two sons, both the best a parent could ask for. No grand-children yet, but all in due time. Over the past several years I've been able to indulge my passion for travel. To date, 19 countries on 5 continents and 32 states. And many more to come.
Hobbies/Fun: Tennis, ocean-kayaking, hiking, photography and travel.
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What a great website for Millikan. I'm sorry that I missed the 50th reunion. I moved fromback to California to be close to 3 new grandchildren, all boys. Now living in Bakersfield and involved with my two daughters' families, gardening, and finally taking a class in ceramics, throwing pots etc.
Retired from New Mexico State Library where I traveled throughout the state working with librarians and their boards. A beautiful place and wonderful cultures, both Native American and Hispanic.
Spoke to another 1958 graduate
recently, Sandra Deaton, who is living in Henderson, NV and doing Fused
Glass, an art form she is teaching and creating.
Jim Hanchett see "Classmates We Will Miss" page
School Activities: Editor of the Corydon
Life Update: I've been in and out of journalism and the newspaper business, including one (financially onerous) stint as editor and publisher of a rural weekly in Northern California (Shingle Springs). Now live in Phoenix, married almost 25 years to Dottie, and we have a 16-year-old daughter, who is a high school junior. I also have two grown children from a previous marriage. Been in the software business for 13 years now as a marketing and tech writer/editor.
Hobbies/Fun: Cooking, the Internet, photography
Car - Millikan Days: A really uncool Ford
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"Life Long Friends" page
Photos from Jim
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Occupations: Have been with the U. S. Postal Service since 1963.
Life Update: Went into the Navy after high school. Have been with the U. S. Postal Service since 1963, except for an eight year break to start my own business and work at Douglas. Currently living and working in Temecula. Wife #3, Thetis (Kendall, Poly 65), and I will be celebrating 20 years in December. Between us we have 4 children and 10 grandchildren.
Hobbies/Fun: My favorite things to do are running, reading, going to movies, and entertaining with family and friends.
E-mail address: LM@grandmedicine.com
Occupations: Naturopathic Physician, Eyologist, and Holistic Practitioner
Life Update: Spouse: Nenita Sarmiento. She attended school in the Philipines, her homeland, and graduated high school in 1983.
Graduate of CSULB in Anthropology, Graduate of Los Angeles Pierce College in Music, Graduate of Bernadean U. in Naturopathic Medicine.
3rd (and final!) marriage (this one 6 years) 2 children by first marriage, the're grown, and one has given me 2 grandchildren.
Hobbies/Fun: Eyology science (Iridology, Sclerology and Rayid)
Message to classmates: My greatest experiences have come from my beloved Teacher, Avatar Adi Da Samraj. I'd like to be in touch with some of my old buddies from gymnastics class. Love and Blessings to you all!