Mariner Class of '67 passed away in October 1993.
I was her best friend in high school and we kept in touch until
her passing. She is greatly missed!
Jan Neal Rosenberg Class '67
email: "Mrs Jan Rosenberg"
Lars Henry Hansen Class of 1967 was
born on July 11, 1949, in Long Beach, California where he attended
Millikan High School. He began playing the accordion at a young age and
also studied piano and bass. He played bass in his junior and senior
high school bands and attended the Arrowbear Music Camp. He received a
Bachelor of Arts degree from California State University, Long Beach
and did graduate studies in Secondary Education Administration at CSULB
and University of California, Irvine.
died, January 31, of complications from liver cancer. He was 60. Hansen
had a distinguished career in cultural arts management. In Los Angeles,
he was Executive Director, Office of Cultural Relations, for the
University of Southern California (2001-2004) where he was responsible
for creating and maintaining strategic relationships with the cultural
institutions of Los Angeles. At USC, he also produced the President's
Distinguished Artist/Lecture Series, presenting such notable speakers
as Lech Walesa, Isaac Stern, and Bishop Desmond Tutu. Prior to that
position, he was President of Theatre League Alliance (now LA Stage
Alliance), an association of more than 200 member theatres and
producers throughout Southern California, which provides various
programs and presents the annual Ovation Awards. While there, Hansen
began publishing LA Stage Magazine.
He also served as the General Manager for the presentation of the Bolshoi Ballet at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in 2000.
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From: Cam Killingsworth (Ms.) Wilson Class of ’67
James (Jeff)erson Smith
Class of ‘67
Viet Nam 69-70
Passed away December of 2019 ,age 70; of natural causes in his Sleep.
He and his fiancé ( also Prisk-Stanford-Millikan alumn)’69;
Jennifer (Jann) Falk were planning a 2020 celebration . A man of loving
numbers; integrity; laughter and caring of both people and animals. We
will miss him tremendously! RIP Soldier ! Amen!
From: Jennifer Falk
Update after autopsy report.
This is Jennifer (Jann) A Falk Class of 69.
I am the 6-year fiancé of Jeff (James Jefferson Smith) Class of '67.
Fought in Viet Nam 9-69/11-70. Recipient of 2 Purple Hearts.
Infantry Sergeant enlisted. He passed instantly in his sleep of Agent
Orange atherosclerosis coronary artery disease. Jeff and I were school
mates since 1960. Our 2 hearts finally together since 2013. A Loving;
wonderful; caring; generous man. He was a comptroller of the Largest
Golf Course in Santa Barbara before retiring. Jeff had 2 children from
his first marriage, and I have 3 children and 2 grandchildren. RIP
Soldier. We Love you!!!
From: Jennifer Falk