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This is from Judy Snodgrass Class of 1960

Those we love stay with us, for love itself lives on.
And cherished memories never fade because a loved ones gone.
Those we love can never be more than a world apart, for as long as there are memories they'll live on in the heart.

There are many names which have little or no information listed beneath them. If anyone has information regarding persons on this list, or someone left off, please contact me at the address located at the bottom of the last page of this list. Thank you, Bob Shelley '59
E-mail: BobShelley@aol.com

BEVERLY (DAMBRAUCHAS) TALLEY '59

DON DORFIELD '60

DON DORTCH '60

BILLY EARL EMKE '58
Billie and his girlfriend were killed in a car accident on November 30, 1957 while in his senior year. .

DARRELL FLOWERS '58

ELLEN (GABOR) NEWPORT '60

RICHARD GILBERT '58

JACK HALL '59

MICHAEL JOSEPH HARDMAN ('60)
Died in 1959 in his junior year.

 

 

 

DONALD HILL '59
Died from accidental, self-inflected, gun shot wound while cleaning his gun.

 

JAMES HOARD '59

JOHN HUNTINGTON '58

CHUCK KALLWEIT '59

ROY KING '60

JOHN (BRUCE) KITTLESON '60

TED LAYMAN '60

MARY LEWIS '60

FELISE (LIRA) KUNTZ '58

DICK LUCAS '58

KATHERYN LYNES '59

DON MCCOOL '58

CHUCK MALLORY '59
PRESS-TELEGRAM Published on 08/05/1995
CHUCK MALLORY, 54, WAS A BIG-TIME FAMILY MAN, FISHERMAN
HE LOVED PLAYING TRICKS AND WAS ACTIVE WITH UNION.
Even at his visitation on Friday, Chuck Mallory's kids were learning things about their dad, who died on Tuesday at the age of 54.
''Now when Pat starts talking about dad, don't let him tell people that
he was dad's favorite,'' daughter Frances told her sister.

COLLETTE MEADOWS '58

TED MILLER '60

JAMES EDWARD MINNIS '59

MARY (MORRIS) MATSON '59

GEORGE ALLEN MOORE '58
[Information submitted by Sue (Moore) Williams and her husband Ron] George was my wife's older brother. My wife is Sue Moore, class of '59 George was born 17 Aug 1940 in West Virginia. Beside Sue he had a bother and another sister. Roger, born 1951, and Donna, born 1953. George was in the Air Force when Sue and I met in May 1959. He married in Great Falls, MT and had a son and a daughter. George Moore, class of '57 or '58, died in Tucson, AZ October 1996.
I can tell you that George was married to Donna Grove of Cascade, MT and had two children. They lived mostly in MT, and ranched for a while, then he sold real estate for a few years. Then they bought a Hotel and Casino in Livingston, MT for a couple of years, then sold and bought a Motel and Restaurant in Kalispell, MT. He and his wife divorced after the kids were in college and moved to AZ.. Donna, George's ex, still lives in MT. After the divorce he moved to Tucon where he became partners with one of his friends who lived there. They purchased and operated a large dog kennel where they raised and showed dogs. They had quite a few championship dogs and sold
them often out of the country.
George had several medical problems prior to his death, including Diabetes, and Hemochromatosis which is a rare disease of the blood where the iron in the blood gets excessive and the only way it can be reduced is to "bleed" the patient. It gave George quite a bit of trouble after they found out what the problem was.
Georges' son's name is Brent, and his daughter is Shawn. Brent still lives in MT, and is a school teacher. Shawn lives in Tucson, AZ and raises and shows dogs along with working a job full time. Brent has a daughter.
Sue and George's parents are both living and are 87 and 80. Both are in good health for their ages. They have been married for 61 1/2 years now, and have lived in the same house for over 50 years.

RANDY OWENS '60

STAN PAVALONIS '58

ROSALIE (PEACE) BARBOUR '60
Died of cancer in July 1987

MIKE PHILLIPS '60

SUZANNE RENEE PHILLIPS '59
If anyone has information please let me know. See below for address.

PAT (PRICE) EDWARDS '59
Heart failure in 1997

VICKI (PYLES) RIDDELL '60
Died of cancer in 1990

FRANK QUINTILIANI '58

DOUG REHPOL '60

BEVERLY (ROBERTS) RENE

JANET SCHMEICHEL '60

YVONNE SEIFERT '58

RICK SHERER '61
Went on to Stanford, then to Cornell for a PhD in Environmental
Engineering. He was on the faculty at UCLA and then Cal Berkeley when he died in about 1979 or 1980. If anyone has more information please let me know.

VICKI STOCKDALE '60

BARBARA (STRONG) SCOTT '60

DENNIS SWETS '60

MARGARET T. (PEGGY TENNEBAUM) ALPER '60
DATE: Sunday, October 24, 1999
Also see: Time Line Story by Diane (George) Rodecker '60
SOURCE: By Richard A. Knox, GLOBE STAFF
MARGARET T. ALPER, 56; EDITOR, STUDENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES
A funeral will be held today for Margaret T. (Peggy) Alper of Boston, an
editor at Houghton Mifflin Co., who died Friday of cancer. She was 56.
Friends and family said that Mrs. Alper battled sarcoma, a soft-tissue
cancer, for the past decade with a determined optimism.
Despite periodic setbacks and frequent surgical procedures, Mrs. Alper refused to let her illness halt her work or her walking treks around the world, including a hike across England two years ago.
Mrs. Alper was a passionate student of foreign cultures, an enthusiasm kindled in high school when she was an American Friends Service exchange student in Turkey, forging a lifelong friendship with her host family.
After earning degrees in English and education at the University of
Washington and Boston University, Mrs. Alper became a specialist in English as a second language. In the 1960s she taught as a volunteer in Venezuela and in Nicaraguan orphanages.
Born in San Francisco, she came to Boston in 1970, engaging in community service in the Latino community in Waltham and building a career as an editor of language and social studies textbooks at Houghton Mifflin, Addison Wesley, and other publishing companies.
Mrs. Alper believed so strongly in the value of foreign travel and
multilingualism that she funded study trips for a number of young people, many of whom never knew who their benefactor was.
"She did things in a quiet, unassuming way, never looking to claim
authorship or credit," said her husband, Frederic Alper. Mrs. Alper was a benefactor of many causes, including Planned Parenthood
and handgun control. She was also a voracious reader, an Anglophile, and a member of the Jane Austen and Trollope Societies who loved to visit literary sites in the English countryside.
"She had great curiosity about the world and maintained connections with people all over the world," said Peggy Glass, a close friend and former Auburndale neighbor. "She had a sprightliness about her. I will always remember her recently flinging a backpack on her back to go off and discover some new thing."
In addition to her husband, she leaves two sons, Michael of San Francisco and Jeremy of New York City; and a brother, Kenneth Tennen of Los Angeles.
The funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. in Levine Chapel in Brookline. Burial
will be in Sharon Memorial Park.
Also see: Time Line Story by Diane (George) Rodecker '60

DON YOUNG '60
Died of cancer in October 1999

LOUIS WALLACE '59
Louis was a Los Angeles Sheriffs Deputy and was killed while making a rountine traffic stop in 1970.

BJORN WALTERS '60
(foriegn exchange student. Received this information in mid-September but details are lacking. Will get more information later.)

MARLENE (WARD) ANDERSON '58

JOYCE (WEINBERG) FRIEDMAN '58
(Information supplied by Liv Chambers.)
There is another I can tell you quite a bit about. That would be
Joyce died in 1962 or 3. She was married and had three children.
She was survived by her husband Al Friedman, 3 children, her parents, a brother Murray (Millikan '60) and a sister whose name escapes me now.
She had just had a DNC or is it a D&C (They scraped her uterus). In
those days they kept you in the hospital for 3 days. On the day she
was leaving the hospital, while she was packing, she had a blood clot
travel to her lung and it killed her. A real shocker!!

GARY WELLS '58

BETTY (WHISNAN) GILMAN '59

LINDA (WILKE) BROWN '59

GARY BROWN '59
Sue Arnold, Gary's ex wife, attended the Reunion last evening and told us about Gary Brown. Gary died at 2:30 AM, on the morning of the reunion, after losing his battle with cancer.
After graduation he became a Baseball Coach at Millikan and later a City Councilman for the City of Avalon on Catalina Island.
A Memorial Service was held in Avalon on October 14, 2000, at 1:00 PM. Gary is survived by his daughter, Jenny, and her two sons.


This is from Judy Snodgrass

Those we love stay with us,
for love itself lives on.
And cherished memories never fade
because a loved ones gone.
Those we love can never be
more than a world apart,
for as long as there are memories
they'll live on in the heart.

IF you have any information regarding a student who graduated from Robert A. Millikan between the years 1957 to the present please send a copy of that information to me:
Robert D. Shelley '59
4220 Jones Avenue
Riverside, CA 92505-7946
(909)359-8929
E-mail: BobShelley@aol.com
I will see to it that the information gets to the right people for that
graduate year and ask the Web Master (Paul Prosise) to post it to the Web.


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