Looking for members of the class of ’74

Letter to the Editor.

  • Friday, October 3, 2008 3:25am
  • Opinion

Mount Si class of 1974 reunion committee is looking for current addresses of a few of our classmates.

If you went through all or part of school with the class of ’74 and have not heard from us or are on the attached list (or know know how to get in touch with someone on this list), please contact us. We only have three more weeks before the reunion to make contact.

The list includes: Dave Akin, Jan (Brickey) Andrew, Gerald Baton, Kathy Bennett, Denise Bertram, Doug Brown, Jeff Buchanan, Steve Childers, Susan Cooke, Steve Cuthbert, Susan Eldred, Renae Enger, Donita Green, Deanna Hotchkiss, Jim Kiblinger, Kim Larson, Linda Lovely, Diane (Sater) Marshall, Patti (Arrington) McCleign, Belle Musgrave, Jim Musgrave, Rene (Giles) Norsworthy, Kent Parker, Grace Pearson, Peg Richards, Shawn Rohrbach, Steve Simmons, Buck Smith, Richard Thompson, John Travis, Vicky Travis, Lois Wood and Tom Workman.

Please call us with information as soon as possible. Thanks for the help!

Carol (Hawk) Divers,

cell (425) 466-3786

Fall City

Laurie (Bosworth)

Bergstrom,

(425) 888-1338

North Bend


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