Class of 1964 Obituaries
Evelyn Balderman Hutt
Evie died on October 23, 1991 after a four-year battle with lymphoma. She had four young children that were ages four to nine when she died. Her children are now in high school and college--and doing beautifully. She was married to Larry Hutt. Their home was in Santa Monica and both she and her husband were attorneys in Los Angeles. After graduating from UCLA, Evie taught high school in East LA. She then traveled throughout Mexico, Europe and North Africa. She went back to school and graduated from UCLA School of Law and soon became a partner in a major LA law firm. She was always a wonderful sister, wife and mother and truly a most amazing woman. She is deeply missed.
I was surfing your site for some reason and found my fathers name on the "lost" friends section Gary Beckham from St. Louis Missouri. The bad new is, he died when I was 9 years old. I just would like to tell you that because you asked me to mail you if you know where these people live. He married my mom who is Turkish.
Betty Jeane Black Schwetz
December 24, 1946 -- February 25, 2005
She was born in San Diego and worked for the California Department of Motor Vehicles. Survivors include her husband, John Schwetz; son, Jason Schwetz; and sister, Janice McKeon.
Sherry Bruce Schatzle
November 16, 1946-June 18, 2003
Sherry Jean Schatzle, 56, was born in San Diego and was a credential analyst at San Diego State University. Survivors include her husband, Stephen; daughter, Kathleen Wolsfeld, of San Jose; son, Gregory of San Diego; mother, Marie Bruce; and sister, Helen Ireland of Santee.
My Uncle Mike passed away on Sept 20, 2004 in San Diego. He passed away at his home of a liver hemorrhage (we dont know why -- but not alcohol related) at the age of 59. I "inherited" his senior yearbook, and can see he was well-liked, and thought you would want to know. He is survived by his sister Lucy Collura Hebb 65 my mom. She would enjoy hearing from any of Mikes friends at firstname.lastname@example.org
John died suddenly on July 15, 1999. He was a member of the Rancho Santa Fe Polo Club and died of a heart attack while participating in the sport he loved.
April 15, 1946-Sept. 13, 2002
Joe was born in San Diego and was a communications technician for Pacific Bell Telephone Co. He served in the Army during the Vietnam War. Survivors include his wife, Susan Cullen; daughters, Marsi and Lisa Cullen; and sons, Joey and Kevin Cullen.
Bill De Hass
(Crawford's First Vietnam casualty)
Cynthia Ann Free Sutherland
August 17,1946 - September 14, 2001
Cindy passed away due to a brain aneurism at Grossmont Hospital. She was married to Sam Sutherland for 32 years and had two sons, Douglas and Dennis
Jean Klock Couch
October 25, 1946 - August 14, 2001
Jean was born in Syracuse, N.Y., and was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband, Richard Couch of Patagonia, Ariz.; daughters, Kimberly Applebaum and Julie Couch of San Diego; mother, Rene Klock of San Diego; and two grandchildren.
Michelle passed away in the mid-1980s
I am very sorry to report that Thomas Pavillard, my cousin, passed away a couple of years ago (2002?).
December 22, 1946 February 3, 1997
Passed away January 3, 2003
"Sue was killed in an auto accident while attending San Diego Junior (now Community) College"
Carole Stevens Thunberg
August 17, 1946-February 26, 2005
Marc was born in San Diego and was a construction worker and carpenter. He was a member of the Old Mission Beach Athletic Club. Survivors include his daughter, Raquel Stutz of Campbell son Drew Stutz of La Mesa; Sister Marlene Tischler of San Diego, and brothers Martin Stutz of Santee, Mike Stutz of San Diego and Mitchell Stutz of San Marcos.. Donations: San Diego Hospice, 4311 Third Ave, San Diego, CA 92103
Terri Thrash Craft
She died in the early 1990s. She had two sons, Chance and Brett. She was a beautiful woman and a good friend.
Michael Dean Thompson
Passed away in November of 2001
I regret to inform you that my father passed away November 6, 1988 after a nine-month battle with liver cancer. Though the government has yet to agree with us on this, it is believed that he developed cancer at such a young age due to his overexposure to Agent Orange while he was a road clearer in Vietnam.
He is survived by his wife Holly Wittenberg and his two daughters Desiree and Theresa, who were 7 and 5, respectively, at the time of his death. He was and is loved dearly and is kept in the hearts of many.
His daughters would love to hear stories about him or maybe see pictures from people who knew him.
Leslie Zeidell Smith
A resident of Del Cerro, Leslie passed away on May 26, 2005. She was 59 years old. Her husband of 36 years Robert; her son Matt; daughter-in-law Maribel; grandson Ruben; brother Marshall; sister-in-law Amy; six nieces and one nephew survive Leslie. She was pre-deceased by her parents, George and Muriel. Leslie was born in New Haven, Connecticut and moved to San Diego at the age of one where she resided all her life. She became a medical assistant in 1967. She worked for La Jolla cardiologist Charles Fitch until 1975. She truly enjoyed caring for her patients and they showed their appreciation by sending her gifts and cards. Leslie later became a travel agent and enjoyed traveling with friends and family. About three and a half years ago, Leslie suffered a stroke and an aneurysm. Even though she was a quadriplegic, she continued to fight for life and spent many enjoyable hours with her family and friends. In lieu of flowers, please send a donation in Leslie's name to: Seacrest Village Capital Campaign, Temple Emanu-El Capital Campaign, San Diego Hospice. Services took place on Friday May 27th.