Friday, October 28, 2011
Thursday, October 27, 2011
I'm trying to locate reunion photo links on my web site and put them all on the Reunions Page. Click HERE to look at the folks who attended the Class of 1962's 40 Year Reunion at the Catamaran Hotel in Pacific Beach. Be prepared to see folks who are no longer with us.
William Terry Collins '61 was known as Terry Collins at Crawford, Terry Ork in the punk rock field, Noah Forde in connection with cinema criticism. When he died in 2004 he was listed as William T. Drake. Bob Richardson researched these facts and more, which I've posted on the Class of '61 Obituary Page.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Prudy Milazzo Stephens '61 was the driving force behind the most stunning Crawford reunion ever. Click HERE to see photos taken by Bob Richardson '61. Click in the upper left corner after you get there if you want to watch it as a slide show.
Countless hours of selfless toil apparently have come to naught as the Lyric Opera San Diego filed for bankruptcy and laid off Leon Natker and Jack (J Sherwood) Montgomery '62. Click HERE to read the article in the Union-Tribune.
Thursday, October 13, 2011
For many of us Al Davis, the owner of the Oakland Raiders, who died last week was the Darth Vader of football. I'm glad that sportswriting legend Jerry Magee was able to share a nice thought, that involved the Crawford attendance area. If you lived on Chaparral Way, maybe YOU lived next door to Al Davis. Click HERE to read the article.
Rory Pullens '75 has turned the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington DC into quite the success. The Los Angeles Unified School District apparently tried to lure him west. Click HERE to read the Los Angeles Times article. Click HERE to read more about the Rory.
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Bob Gagnon recently discovered the fact that Maureen Reardon, his date for the 1965 Senior Prom, died September 14, 2010 at her home in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. He forwards a delightful remembrance from the local paper. Click HERE to enjoy it.