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Marital Status: Widowed
City: Longmont
State: Colorado
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Douglas Wade Broyles, 67, of Longmont, died June 3, 2013, at St. Anthony's Hospital. He was born July 20, 1945, in Los Angeles, California, to Ralph and Bessie Broyles (Blackshire) who preceded him in death. Doug attended Arizona State University where he met the love of his life, Peggy Broyles (Naughton). They married on June 6, 1968, in Scottsdale, Arizona. Doug and Peggy moved to Longmont, Colorado, in 1981. Doug and his wife, Peggy, were on the ministry staff for Campus Crusade for Christ from 1968 to 1984. He continued his career doing what he did best, putting others first, giving generously, and helping people in any way he could. He was a beloved manager in the service industry who was able to make friends with all of his employees and customers. He made an impression on everyone he met and touched many lives along the way with his unique sense of humor and giving heart. Doug was a beloved husband, father, and "Poppy." His family was his pride and joy. He enjoyed watching his daughters and granddaughters participate in gymnastics, dance, and softball. He enjoyed visiting all of his nieces and nephews (Scott, Kevin, Brian, Stephanie, Paul, Kimberlie, and Chad) and was close with all of them. Doug was preceded in death by his wife, Peggy Broyles. He is survived by his four daughters, Tammy Wergin (Chris) of Longmont; Tracy Broyles of Salem, Oregon; Mindy Leonhardt (Erik) of Frederick; and Amanda Galitz (Micheal) of Longmont; one sister, Carolyn Cole (Jerry) of Palmdale, California; and three grandchildren, McKenzie, Keegan, and Kamryn Wergin, with one grandchild due in July. A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, June 11, at Flatirons Community Church, 355 W. South Boulder Rd. in Lafayette. Memorial contributions may be made to the Donor Alliance (www.donoralliance.org) or to http://www.servantpartners.org/ in order to help rebuild Chimalhuacan, Mexico, a city to which Doug was going to travel on a humanitarian mission.Published in Longmont Times-Call on June 9, 2013

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In Memoriam:

David Bolton, 67, died peacefully at home Wednesday, April 25, 2012 with his family and best friend Mark at his side.
A Memorial to Celebrate David's Life will be held at 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, May 15th at Community Church, 2650 Table Mesa Dr., Boulder, CO.
Born in Oceanside, California, David grew up in the Los Angeles foothills area. David was very close with his grandparents who taught him patience and the value of a job well done. David's step-dad Marty fostered David's lifelong interest in cars. His Mom gave him the gift of kindness. After graduation from Crescenta Valley High School, David was drafted into the Army in 1966 and served as a motor pool sergeant in Vietnam. Even then he had a knack for making the best of things, taking in a stray dog. Returning to California, David attended college and worked for Busch Gardens prior to moving to Colorado in 1972. Living in Nederland, Summit County, Berthoud and Boulder, he developed many lifelong friendships. He began driving for Boulder Ready Mix in 1979 until his retirement in 2008, loving the challenges of his work.
David and Cathy married in 1981 and enjoyed many wonderful years together camping, taking adventurous car trips and raising their two children in Boulder. David was incredibly proud of Laura and Wade and marveled that he could be so fortunate as to be their father. He loved his family, his friends, his dog Luke, gardening, old cars and the Broncos (when they won). David will be remembered for his appreciation of the simple things in life: watching his dog fish, planting his garden and seeing the fruits of his labor grow. His family and friends are honored to have spent time with a remarkably kind man.
He is survived by his wife Cathy Bolton, two children; Wade Bolton and Laura Kemeny, son in law Daniel Kemeny, mother Morilla Martin, sister Denise Martin and brothers Craig Martin and Lee Bolton. His father Henry Bolton, step-mom Naomi Bolton, step-dad Clarence Martin and brother Scot Martin preceeded him in death.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Hospice Care of Boulder & Broomfield Counties, 2594 Trailridge Dr. East, Lafayette, CO 80026
http://www.dailycamera.com/obits/ci_20575650/david-bolton

David Bolton
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mel hoit
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Marital Status: Married
Street: 45538 N Oakview Dr
City: Oakhurst
State: California
Zip: 93644
Last Updated: 10 months ago
Larry Dailey
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Email: donotreply06292918@cvfalconsalumni.com
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The Class of 63

is currently planning a

55 yr. reunion


The reunion is:  Saturday, October 20, 2018
6:00 p.m.
Oakmont Country Club
Glendale, Ca.
Buffet dinner
Cost:  $125. per person

Classmates can contact me at:  d.prudenhetherington@yahoo.com

to update their contact information or ask questions.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Denice Pruden Heatherington, class of '63

AAAReunion63 AAAReunion63
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In Memoriam:

Bill Thomas, the founding principal of Crescenta Valley High, died October 9, 2016, in Palm Desert, CA, at the age of 91.

In 1960, Crescenta Valley High opened its doors to the first class of sophomores.  Bill served as principal for 20 years.

We deeply mourn the loss of CV's first principal Dr. Bill Thomas.  He was an inspirational leader whose dedication and determination built an incredible school.  Dr. Thomas was a huge believer in CVHS and continued to support the school, its teachers, staff and students even after he retired.  We have all benefitted from his vision and should be proud to be Falcons.

William C. Thomas
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Email: paulabell@charter.net
Marital Status: Divorced/Remarried
City: Lake Arrowhead
State: California
In Memoriam:

I am writing from a remote town in Mindanao, Philippines.

Even today, it is still hard to think of William without tearing up a bit.  He was the BEST brother a man could ever have, he was my best friend.  Through most of our lives, we lived within a mile of each other and, whenever I was in the country, we saw each other almost daily.  So, let me go back to the late sixties  and fill you in.

After High School, William entered the Navy and served there briefly before he transferred into the Air Force.
William didn't like the thought of going to sea.  He was stationed in Texas where he did intelligence-gathering type secret work. Upon release, he married a woman named Madonna from CVHS class ('64).  He went to work for an insurance company for awhile, but didn't like "hustling people."  He decided to go back for a college education and while attending Glendale College, he worked as a landscape architect apprentice for Lawrence Moss and Associates in Montrose. While there, he helped design the oriental pavilion at Descanso Gardens.  He had a lifelong love affair of plants and trees, having memorized the Latin botanical names of anything that grew in California and much of the rest of the U.S. as well.   William had a desire to see the country, so he worked enough for he and his wife to save up money to buy a VW camper van and have funds to travel.  They and their dog traveled from coast to coast and border to border, taking thousands of photographs along the way.  William's love of art grew tremendously during the trip, but for whatever reason, his marriage had become strained and upon returning they divorced.

William went back to work briefly for the insurance company while living in a small old cabin (1920's vintage) at the top of Briggs Terrace. He was like an eagle in a high nest and loved his garden and spectacular view of the Crescenta Valley.

In 1968 William's mother, Ruth, suddenly died at the age of 53 from a heart attack.  This devastated William and his brother Paul, younger by 18 months (CVHS class of '64).  At this time William fell into a deep depression.  He no longer had the energy to work.  When asked by Paul what he really wanted to do with his life . . . "Only one thing . . . Art," was William's simple answer.  There was the problem of how to support himself, but his brother Paul agreed to move in and become his roommate while William developed a name for himself.  William spent the remainder of his 67 years taking photographs, painting and engaging in was to be his favorite medium,  fine wood sculpture.  A typical wood sculpture would often take months to complete, polished to a mirror finish.  His were pieces "to be touched," he would say, so they had to be felt as well as appreciated with the eye.  One of his most rewarding moments came when a college for the blind attended one of his museum showings.   At one point in his career, William's old friend Lawrence Moss recommended William to the City of Glendale to design an artistic sculpture water wall for the new City Municipal Building.  This was before the time of today's advanced computer design programs.  William designed a Styrofoam model of his vision of what it might be, but the engineers said casting the multiple concrete panels exactly enough to have all the water pipe systems connect was impossible.  William assured them it would not be impossible if he oversaw the pouring process.  They allowed him to do so and the system worked perfectly.  It can be seen today, at the Glendale Municipal center, but unfortunately, for water conservation purposes, they don't often run the water system.

While still living on Briggs, Will's his best friend, Bob Biggs (CVHS class of '63), paid for him to attend an EST(Earhard Seminar Training).  It was at that seminar that he met Pamela Davis, a phone company executive.  It was love at first sight.  He and Pamela married, moved to Lake Arrowhead and had one son, Mark.  They all lived together in the Running Springs/Lake Arrowhead area for the remainder of William's life.  Pamela went back to school, got her Ph.D. and is currently working for Cal State University San Bernardino as a career counselor in the School of business.   Mark graduated with honors from Redlands College and went on to become a lawyer in private practice there in Redlands.

In addition for William's passion for art, he had passions for many other things.  He really disliked politicians and the corruptness of government.  He had a very soft spot in his heart for old people and close friends.
If William was your friend, you were a friend for life.  If you needed him, he'd be there for you.  He had "old school" values and passed those on to his son.  He spent much time with Mark, teaching wilderness skills and the value of truth and honor.

One of William's biggest passions was nature conservation.  He was an active member of the Save Our Forest Association and often took on the timber industry as a fighting force with which to contend.  Many, many trees owe their existence to William and it is for that legacy that the local community in Arrowhead dedicated a hiking trail in his honor with his name on it.

William was a gourmet cook for healthy food before it was a fad and fashion.  Consequently, it was a shock to everyone when, at a Thanksgiving dinner in 2011, he had a stroke behind his eyes, which left him blind in one eye and minimally sighted in another.  Doctors were at a loss as to what caused the stroke, but a top surgeon and Jules Stein UCLA eye clinic insisted on comprehensive tests.  They discovered William had a seriously debilitating and rare form of arterial arthritis called Wegener's disease.  Though sometimes managed, the disease is usually fatal. William quietly passed away from the disease at home in the loving arms of his wife, Pamela, in 2012.  He never wanted a funeral or fuss about his passing, such was his private demeanor.  However, a multitude of people honor him by owning his exquisite art work and walking the path bearing his name.   His is dearly missed and remember by family and friends.

       — Paul Abell, William's brother, CVHS class of '64

William &quot;Bill&quot; Abell
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Email: james.adams@smithbarney.com
Marital Status: Married
City: Bradbury
State: California
Last Updated: 5 years ago
James Adams
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Email: radams@pleasanthill.k12.or.us
Marital Status: Married
City: Eugene
State: Oregon
Zip: 97402
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Richard C. Adams
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Email: cheryla@abag.ca.gov
Marital Status: Divorced/Single
Cheryl Adsit
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Email: johnagui@charter.net
Marital Status: Single
Street: 1039 Justin Avenue, #102
City: Glendale
State: California
Zip: 91201
John Aguinaldo
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Email: koanderson@verizon.net
Marital Status: Divorced/Remarried
Street: 7321 Judson Ave.
City: Westminster
State: California
Zip: 92683-6165
Kermit Anderson
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Email: dlantonsen@mediaone.net
Marital Status: Divorced/Single
Street: 8435 Otto St.
City: Downey
State: California
Zip: 90240
Donald L. Antonsen
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In Memoriam:

I wanted to pass on that we got a call from Tim [McDonald] a while ago and Jim Austin passed away this afternoon, [February 21, 2010]. We saw him just 2 weeks ago today, and he was still fighting his battle with cancer, but went on hospice a few days later as he was too weak to have any further chemo treatments. It was in his liver, pancreas and bones. Too young to die, but free from suffering now.

~remembered by Denice Hetherington

Jim Austin
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Email: gordon@ptw.com
Marital Status: Married
Street: 40966 177Th Street East
City: Lake Los Angeles
State: California
Zip: 93535
Gordon Balbach
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Marital Status: Single
State: Ohio
In Memoriam:

Tom Barnet passed away on Sept 4, 2012 in Southern Ohio.  He was memorialized in his obit as a long walker and a long talker.  I think that statement is appropriate as Tom loved to walk long distances in his beloved woods in Ohio.  He also loved to talk...we had telephone conversations over the last 2 years that exceeded three hours in length.  He was my longest-lived friend as I knew him from 6th grade until he died.  Unfortunately, I had not had a chance to visit him in Ohio although I was very close to his home while on a tour of the Northeast in October of 2011.  Tom lived life on his terms.  He didn't care what people thought and was as forthcoming regarding his deep feelings for those he cared for as any person I have ever met.  Too bad he could not have lasted a year longer to make it to the 50th reunion.  He died of cancer at the age of 67.

"Tom was single when he died...he had one daughter named Neola who was born about 1982. He spent 2 years in the Peace Corps in El Salvador and spent a great deal of time in Central and South America.  He took care of his aging mother, Kathryn, until she died at the age of 94.  Both of Tom's parents, as it happened, died in Ohio: his father in the 1980's while visiting and his mother after they moved back to Ohio from Sherman Oaks, California.

Tom was a peacemaker but never walked away from a fight...he never had to.  After the Peace Corps experience, he traveled extensively in India and the Himalayas.  He and I went to school together from 6th grade until we graduated from USC in 1967.  He was my longest-lived friend.  He wrote several books that were never published about his exploits in Mexico and South America.  I have no idea who has the manuscripts of those books, but presume his daughter or brother Rick knows the disposition of them.

Remembered by Frank "Buddy" Bates  (frank.bates@comcast.net)

[from the obituary in the Athens, Ohio newspaper]

Thomas J. Barnet, age 67, of Millfield, passed away Tuesday morning, September 4, 2012 at O'Bleness Hospital after a struggle with cancer. He was born March 4, 1945 in Los Angeles, California. He was the son of the late Kathryn and James Barnet.
He graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in anthropology and he was an active member of the varsity swim team. Thomas served in the Peace Corps in El Salvador and was a teacher for the Vista program in Texas before heading out on his famous adventures in India and Afghanistan.
Thomas is survived by his older brother Rick, his half-brother William, and his daughter Neola.
He settled in the Athens area in the spring of 1974, first farming and then teaching at the White Oak School near Amesville.  After further travels in Latin America, he returned to Millfield, where he resumed his teaching, storytelling, tutoring and farming.
A born outdoorsman, Thomas was a long walker and a long talker. He hiked often with the Multigenerational Appalachian Woodland Explorers. He remained active in conservation, focusing on numerous environmental efforts and achievements. Thomas is remembered for his cheerful enthusiasm.
A memorial service was held at the Quaker Meeting House, 22 Birge Dr., Chauncy, Ohio, from 2-4 p.m. on September 22, 2012.

Tom J. Barnet
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Marital Status: Divorced/Single
City: Charlottesville
State: Virginia
In Memoriam:

Barry Donald Barnett, 64, of Charlottesville, died Thursday, July 15, 2010.

Barry was born September 29, 1945, in California, to the late Donald and Margaret Barnett.

He was a devoted father and grandfather. He enjoyed fantasy sports, the Rolling Stones, HAAGEN-DAZS Ice Cream and movies. He was an avid movie collector and loved sharing them with his grandchildren, and introducing his family to the classic movies that he cherished so much.

Barry was a die-hard Dodgers fan. He watched any and all Baseball games from Little League to the Majors. He was a whiz at crossword puzzles and scrabble. He also loved spending time with his good friend of 16 years "Roxy."

Barry proudly served his country in the United States Army.

He is survived by his daughter, Casey Birckhead and her husband, Michael, [of Louisa?]; and four grandchildren, Nicholas, Brooke, Ashton Donald, and Mikey Jr. (known as J.R. to his grandpa).

Friends may send condolences to the family at www.hillandwood.com

Barry Donald Barnett
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Marital Status: Married
Street: 8307 South 1390 East
City: Sandy
State: Utah
Zip: 84093
Frank &quot;Buddy&quot; Bates
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In Memoriam:

Myron Bayless died suddenly of a heart attack in May of 1992. He is survived by his wife, Terry and children, Kelly, Colleen, Kevin, and Carson.

Information from Chris Bayless (Cousin)

Myron Bayless
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Email: dbeem53@aol.com
Marital Status: Married
City: Tujunga
State: California
Zip: 91042
David Beem
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Email: cabinfeveridaho@hotmail.com
Marital Status: Divorced/Remarried
Street: 1103 Fulton St
City: Salmon
State: Idaho
Zip: 83467
Connie (Benoit) Trogden
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Email: trblood@aol.com
Marital Status: Married
Street: 17811 Cardiff Circle
City: Huntington Beach
State: California
Zip: 92649
Thomas R. Blood
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Email: uriah@planetsos.com
Marital Status: Divorced/Remarried
Street: 27084 Ivy Bend Rd.
City: Stover
State: Missouri
Zip: 65078
Danney A. Boatman
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Marital Status: Married
Street: 8174 El Dorado Street
City: Ventura
State: California
Zip: 93004
Patricia A. (Boe) Schmidt
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Email: lizbowman523@gmail.com
Marital Status: Divorced/Single
Street: 275 S Paseo Quinta, Apt
City: Green Valley
State: Arizona
Zip: 85614
Elizabeth F. Bowman
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Email: Cookie9428@aol.com
Marital Status: Divorced/Remarried
Street: 27836 Ron Ridge Drive
City: Santa Clarita
State: California
Zip: 91350
Janice (Brown) Reilly
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Name: Ted Brown
Email: teddbrown@worldnet.att.net
Marital Status: Married
Street: 1549 12th St.
City: Los Osos
State: California
Zip: 93402
Ted Brown
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Email: miccolimeme@hotmail.com
Marital Status: Married
City: Paso Robles
State: California
Cheryl (Bunker) Miccoli
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Email: sawolcott@sbcglobal.net
Marital Status: Divorced/Single
Street: 50 S. Anacapa
City: Ventura
State: California
Zip: 93001
In Memoriam:

Sorry to hear of Sherry's passing.  She was a very active and energetic lady.  We dated a few times at San Diego State and I know she loved her physical education classes. Later, I would see her at the Glendale YMCA when she was sending Jason off the Camp Fox for a few weeks in the summer.

So sad but I hope she had good times with Jason in Bali.

We need to stay close to our friends.

Jim

Jim Dysland  jdysland@comcast.net


On Jan 18, 2017, at 6:12 AM, Curt Groninga wrote:

Really sorry to hear about Her passing as we had been communicating on Facebook over past several month.  Very pretty young girl and a very nice lady.  Though she didn't mention i'll health, I had been concerned because of pictures I saw.  It was fun "chatting" with her while she was living in Indonesia and she seemed like she had a good handle on life there at her son's home.  Best to Shari's family.  
Curt


On Jan 17, 2017, at 10:53 PM, Mike Seal wrote:

Sad, but I just heard that Sherry Burrows Wolcott died last night of severe COPD. Apparently she was living in Bali near her son Jason.

 

Our Dear Sherry will always be a Falcon shining light for us.   She is at peace and out of harm's way now, in God's hands.   I saw her last at CV when she was running the Girls athletic programs, providing needed guidance, helping young ladies get thru challenges each day.
We had such  incomparable good times together at Crescenta Valley; we all carry the first Falcon spirit on in our lives; not to be ever extinguished.
You know our lives once past "....leave footsteps in the sands of time ..dust to dust..does not mention the soul."
We must keep fighting on always!
Falcon Mike Hull

Shari (Burrows) Wolcott
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Marital Status: Divorced/Remarried
Street: 409 Beryl Cove Way
City: Seal Beach
State: California
Zip: 90740
Mike Carey

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