December 12, 1955 - August 30, 2015
He joined the United States Army and served his country for over 21 years. Reggie was a resident of Mansfield, Texas at the time of his passing.
(No photo in yearbook)
Steve passed away on October 21, 2009 following a brief illness. Steve started his career in the lock and security field in 1975. Employed by the Labann Security Corporation in 1977, Steve admirably assumed ownership in 2001. For over thirty-seven years in San Diego County, Steve's pride as a Master Locksmith was not only appreciated by each of his customers, but the employees he has mentored over the years. . He will be dearly missed by his wife Carolyn, daughter, Ellyria and son Calvin. Also, his sister Shelley Norris of Yuma, AZ. Those who so desire may make Memorial Donations in honor of Steve to Boy Scouts of San Diego/Imperial Council and Girl Scouts San Diego/Imperial Council.
Cheryl Borden Callihan
Cheryl died of breast cancer in 1994 -- Bryant Callihan
Charles "Buddy" Castle
(As a sophomore in the '72 Centaur)
My brother passed awasy May 26, 2011 of congested heart failure at Big Bear City, California. He attended Carver, Horace Mann, and Crawford, but did not graduate -- Gloria Castle Damron '75
Patricia Courts Taylor
May 3, 1956 - March 30, 2007
A resident of El Cajon, Patricia was born in West Virginia and was a mortgage broker. Survivors include her husband Dennis; sister Karole , three daughters, two sons and six grandchildren.
August 8, 1957 -- October 1, 2004
Cheryl was born in Seattle, WA and was a hairdresser. She is survived by her mother Marguerite Davey, sister Karen Davey Watkins 66 and brother John Davey 72.
Donations: San Diego Hospice
September 23, 1956 - August 6, 2008
Wendy was apparently known as "Byrd" to her Buddhist friends.
Elaine Frommer Perretta
December 27, 1956 - October 24, 2006
July 10, 1956 - March 15, 1981
My son Robin was born in Stillwater, Oklahoma and died in Mexico -- Hazel Dillon
July 24, 1948 - January 29, 1989
I recently thought of an old friend of mine, Clark Hyde, and wondered what became of him. Actually, I was listening to a lecture on why people enjoy different kinds of music, and remembered that Clark loved opera. He was the only person I knew who did. I tried googling him, and found him on your Class of '65 missing list. After further searching, I found that Clark died back in 1989. He is buried at Oberlin Westwood Cemetery in Ohio. I know it is the same Clark Hyde because he went to Oberlin College and I ran into him in Berkeley when he was at seminary -- Jerry Lame 65 (December 7, 2016)
June 12, 1956 - October 15, 2006
Bonnie was born in San Diego and worked for the U.S. Postal Service, United Parcel Service and the San Diego Unified School District. She was a member of the San Diego Highland Dancer's Association and a dancer with the Cameron Highlanders Pipe Band.
Survivors include her parents, Dorothy and James Macpherson; sisters, Linda Matheny of El Cajon, Robin Ramon of King City and Janet Johnston of Oregon; and brother, Gregory Macpherson of Santee.
Bonnie is kneeling in the center with the white gloves
Larry lost his battle with cancer on July 9, 2012 -- Chet Carney
Robin Rhett Henry
Robin passed away September. 2, 2011 in Texas, where she was an insurance agent. Survivors include her husband David, children Amanda New, Casey Henry and Eric Henry, and brother John Rhett 70
January 30, 1956 - September 22, 2011
Mike4 passed away after a long illness. We lived next door to each other -- Mike Poulson 73
Susie Smith Cella
Susie passed away July 29, 2011. She was born and raised in San Diego, California, and earned a BA and MBA from San Diego State University. After a successful, ten-year career in banking, she met and married her husband, Michael Joseph Cella. She brought her California spirit east in 1995 when she moved with her family to Wilton, Connecticut. In addition to her husband and children, Susie is survived by her sister, Judy Elle Smith Wright 69.
I remember Susie as one of the nicest people you would ever want to meet. Her energy and personal style was always a pleasure to be around. No party, dance or cheer squad was complete without her. I am so glad to hear Susie got married and had children, since she was such a good role model. The obituary did not say how she died which is OK. It is not the way she died thats important but the way she had lived. Evan though I have not seen Susie for years, after reading about her passing I suddenly miss her very much and remember her like it was yesterday. God Bless you Susie. Jeffrey Pich 1973