Karen Belling Harris
Died of a brain tumor in 1980
Donna Bertel Dunteman
Passed away January 19, 1995 of Multiple Sclerosis
Died in auto accident in 1965 near Vandenburg AFB
Linda Carter Mattson
|Died in 1985 of ideopathic pulmonary fibrosis (lung scarring) while waiting for a heart-lung transplant at University of Pittsburgh|
Glen Harvey Dobyns
March 1, 1945 - September 23, 2001
|Glenn was born in San Diego. Survivors include his mother, Lora Dobyns and sister, Patricia A. Hamilton.|
Steve died of a heart attack on November 27, 1998 -- his wife Jeanne's birthday. The Eddys had moved to Fresno, California in 1982 to be closer to his wife's parents. Steve, in an attempt to curb a smoking habit that had begun in high school, went on "the patch". Four days later he died of a heart attack. He is survived by daughter Laura, son John, and wife Jeannie (Hoover '63).
December 1, 1943 - January 15, 1996
January 14, 1944 - January 10, 2005
Bob was born in Minnesota and was the owner of a car dealership. He served in the Army during the Vietnam War. Survivors include his companion, Remedios Morrey; stepdaughter, Desserie Morrey; and stepson, Donald Morrey. No services were planned. Private interment was planned.
Alan Louis Kruse
July 20, 1944-March 6, 2002
|Alan was born in Chicago and was a security supervisor. He served in the Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. He was a member of the Vietnam Veterans Association. Survivors include his sister, Carol Kruse; and brother, Brian Kruse.|
Jan Jensen Perkins
Passed away November 30, 2001 in Bend, Oregon
" . . .one of the most wonderful human beings one could ever have the honor of knowing." -- husband Bill Perkins
Roy Howard Jensen, Jr.
I remember him having grand mal seizures in several of the classes we shared. I visited the California Death records web site and found that he had died 12/23/85.
Janice Wall Jones '62
|Terry Robert Kilpatrick died of cancer on February 1, 1999 in Aurora, Colorado. Born February 24, 1944, Terry retired in 1984 after 23 years in the Air Force.|
Died of AIDS March 22, 1987
Died in October of 1982 in El Salvador, enroute to job site in Costa Rica
Bob S. Martin
Passed away January 20, 1993
Died in 1986
|William Frost Matthie passed away September 15, 1998 at Summerline Hospital, Las Vegas, Nevada. Born September 12, 1944 in Roswell, New Mexico, he lived in SanDiego 47 years before moving to Las Vegas. From a college student working as a 7-11 cashier Bill rose through the ranks at the Southland Corporation.|
|Richard died of lung cancer at the age of 50. He is survived by his wife, parents, and sister Carol '63|
Judy Mitchell Jumper
Passed away June 10, 1987 of Lou Gehrig's Disease
Karen Oian Cherney
February 5, 1944 - January 17, 2001
Barbara Rutkowski Ohre
Passed away February 3, 1986
|Passed away May 30, 1994. He had gone to the hospital with chest pains on the evening of Friday, May 27, and returned home with prescribed medication. On Sunday evening the pains came back and he returned to the hospital. Doctors were unable to save hime and he passed away at 3 AM.|
Dannie Van Horn
Nancy Van Horne
While looking thru' my 1962 yearbook, I found the attached newspaper clipping about Nancy Van Horne's fatal accident. I was living in San Jose CA at the time of the accident and a fellow class mate, Louise McGirr sent this clipping to me. Thanks for the wonderful job you are doing for the Crawford Alumni.
Passed away October 14, 1998 after a year-long battle with cancer
Lana Youngflesh Lopez
December 27, 1944 - May 22, 2004
Lana passed from this life after a courageous battle with cancer that plagued her life on and off for forty years. Her life has truly been a "medical miracle." Her greatest joy was being with her family and the people that she loved. She also enjoyed traveling, shopping, gardening, scrap booking, decorating & spoiling her grandchildren. Surviving is her beloved husband of 22 years, Ken Lopez, four children, Julianna Kracke of Austin, TX and Cherie Holliday of Philippi, WV, Dianna Armstrong and Matt Lopez, both of Antioch, California. Also surviving is her devoted father, Harlan Youngflesh, and her brother & sister-in-law, Keith & Sue Youngflesh. Her mother, Lois Youngflesh, precedes her in death.
by Carol Larsen
Cancer is so limited ... It cannot cripple love. It cannot shatter hope. It cannot corrode faith. It cannot eat away peace. It cannot destroy confidence. It cannot kill friendship. It cannot shut out memories. It cannot silence courage. It cannot invade the soul. It cannot reduce eternal life. It cannot quench the spirit. It cannot lessen the power of the resurrection.
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