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   In Memory of Classmates Who Passed Too Soon
 
Unfortunately, we have lost a number of Classmates over the years.  We want to honor them here and have a special celebration of their lives at our 50 Year Reunion. 
 
You are welcome to add a North High 1965 Classmate Memorial, but please keep any sensitive details confidential.  Occasionally the Reunion Committee receives information about a Classmate that has passed too soon.  We will post their name and limited details if available.  Anyone who has access to their Obituary or wants to post a Tribute is welcome. 
 
All Memorials & Tributes will be reviewed and approved by the Reunion Committee.  The Reunion Committee will do their best to verify a classmate's information and obituary before posting their Memorial.   
 
 
(Disclaimer: The Reunion Committee maintains the Classmate Memorial page as a courtesy and a service to inform our Members of the passing of our fellow classmates and friends.  *The Reunion Committee is not responsible for any errors or misinformation posted on the Classmate Memorial page.)
 

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Allen Wayne Grass

Class of 1965

The Reunion Committee has received information that Allen Grass has passed too soon.  You are welcome to post a Tribute to our Classmate.
 

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Grass, Allen Wayne 
Allen Wayne Grass moved to Arizona with his sister and parents (Christopher F. and Irene B. Grass) in 1961 from Tell City, Indiana. Growing up in Phoenix, Allen graduated from North High School in 1965 where he began a love-affair with motorcycles and car racing. During high school he worked at Arizona Livestock Auction in South Phoenix, as a ranch-hand. Allen began working for Air Research in the machine shop in 1967. He began attending ASU and graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1970. Allen served his country in the National Guard from 1969 to 1975. Allen married Georgia Lewry in 1969 and had two children. He served various roles over the years, as Air Research became Garrett, Allied Signal, and later Honeywell. He returned to school and earned his MBA in 1997. Allen enjoyed many outdoor activities and spent time camping, hiking and four-wheeling his Jeep throughout the Southwest. He loved spending time at Lake Pleasant sailing and waterskiing. He leaves behind fond memories of coaching his daughters' many childhood sports teams, family ski trips, summers in Mission Beach and spending time with friends and family. Allen is survived by his wife, Georgia, daughters Colleen and Christina Grass, sister Linda Grass, sister-in-laws Patricia Guss and Ramona Lewry, brother-in-law Chris Guss, nephew Christopher Guss, father-in-law Robert Lewry, grandchildren Aiden and Adelynn Sprunk, and grand-nephew Christopher ('Topher) Guss. 

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Carol Holt (Rodgers)

November 16th, 1946 - August 1st, 2011

Class of 1965
 
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Rodgers, Carol Ann
Her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ took Carol home August 1, 2011, after her battle loss with lymphoma cancer. Carol was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, on November 16, 1946 and her family moved to Phoenix in 1955. Preceded in death by her father Robert and mother Kathryn Holt, she is survived by her loving husband of 40 years, Jim, their daughter Michelle Lynn Howe, Carol's siblings Robert, Barbara, and Steven (Mary) Holt, a brother-in-law, Dave, and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends. She is not only a graduate of North Phoenix High School (1965), Phoenix College (1967), and Arizona State University (1969), but was a dedicated employee of Grand Canyon University and also an active member of Bethany Bible Church. Carol loved life, family, and traveling; she thoroughly enjoyed people, and she was addicted to table games and working Sudoku puzzles.

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Casey Schreur

- - April 29th, 2016

Class of 1965
 
The Reunion Committee has received information that Casey Schreur has passed too soon.  You are welcome to post a Tribute to our Classmate.

Casey Schreur passed away April 29. Casey had heart surgery and suffered a massive stroke after surgery. 
Casey Schreur's service:  Saturday, May 7, 2016; 1:00P viewing; 2:00P
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 925 N Harris Dr., Mesa, 85203
 

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From JIM CURTIS on August 13th, 2016
Theo and Gerhard and the Schreur Clan - - - I am so very deeply saddened to hear of Casey's Passing !    Brings back all those years ago of the great fun "interesting times" wwe all had way back then !   Nothing was more entertaining then being over at "Dutch's House" for fun !   Jim Curtis
 
From JIM CURTIS on August 12th, 2016
Theo ( then I see where you lost Paula also a couple months later ) and Gerhard,  just unfortunately found  the sad news of Casey's passing !    Have no way of knowing how to contact you guys, But man,   does this bring back some crzy fun years we all shared !Being over at   "Dutch's House" was always such a trip !!!    My Deepest Regards if you ever see  this !                  Jim  Curtis
 
From Jim Nichols on May 5th, 2016
It was great reconnecting with Casey at the reunion last year.  We were blessed to have known him!
 
 

Charlotte Lyzott (Nowlin)

October 24th, 1947 - March 16th, 2010


Class of 1965

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Charlotte Mae (Lyzott) Nowlin
of Sheffield Lake, Ohio passed away on March 16th at the age of 62. A Native Phoenician, Charlotte was born on October 24, 1947 and is the daughter of the late Elmer and Ethel Lyzott. She is survived by her sister Shirley Farrar, her children Dawna Newman and Jason Nowlin. And grandchildren Rielly, Madeline, Olivia and Gabriella. 

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Craig Carson

April 6th, 1947 - March 3rd, 2006

Class of 1965
 
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From Richard Stockton on May 14th, 2016
I first met Craig in 6th grade where we were competitors in high jumping.  We attended opposing schools, but became friends as we both loved to jump.  We began North High in 1961 and were team mates on the track team where we both pole vaulted.  Craig was an outstanding vaulter and always won first place, and I would get second.  When we were seniors Craig won the State championship and I tied for second, getting third on misses.  Even though Craig was such a good vaulter, I always liked him.  He was just an all round classy good guy.  I was very sad to see his early passing.
 
From Linda Brown Fjeld on December 2nd, 2014
Craig lived across the street from me.  We went to elememtary and high school together.  Cypress was a very close-knit street and a great place for all of the families that lived there.  I am saddened to hear about his passing.
 
From Mary O'Neil on August 10th, 2014
I will always remember Craig as a very nice, fun person.  Great at basketball and track.  I am honored to have known him and am sorry he has passed away too soon.
 
From Chuck Blair on June 12th, 2014
Craig was a fine athlete and close friend. We spent our college years visitng at track meets in Southern Cal as well for Occidental and Redlands. Trips to the River on hot weekends with Craig & Dorothy, Roberta & Blaine, Tom & Cathy and Mary & myself were a real highlight. Craig felt any activity that got girls in bikinis was a good activity. I very sorry to hear of his early passing.
Chuck Blair
 

Craig Green

Class of 1965

The Reunion Committee has received information that Craig Greenhas passed too soon.  You are welcome to post a Tribute to our Classmate.
 
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From Nancy Joy Mccraw Lackey Kimsey on August 3rd, 2015
I knew Craig in elementary school. So sorry to see he has passed. Seeing his picture brings back many childhood memores since our class was together for so long and became like brothers and sisters.
 

David Gardner

1947 - November 13th, 2013

Class of 1965
 
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David Gardner, passed away on November 13, 2013.  Born in West Virginia in 1947 his family came to Phoenix a year later. David attended Griffith Elementary, North High, and ASU.  In 1972 he purchased a neighborhood cocktail lounge and was proud each of the many times the Dilly Dally was voted Phoenix’s number one “dive bar”.  The Dilly gave longtime residents that feeling of “old Phoenix” as they would drop by to watch a game, play shuffleboard, shoot pool, throw darts, or catch up on neighborhood gossip.  Many of these patrons have been coming to the Dilly for as many years as he has owned it and, like his employees, were like family to him.  He enjoyed going to the dunes with his sand buggy.  David will be greatly missed.  Services November 22, 2013 2:00 p.m. at Paradise Sunset Chapel Funeral Home, 3934 E Indian School Rd., Phoenix, AZ.  Contributions may be made to the Arizona Kidney Foundation.
 

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David Gullyes

April 4th, 1947 - January 1st, 2011

Class of 1965

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David Robert Gullyes, 63, of Candler, died Saturday, January 1, 2011 at his home. Born in Beaver Falls, Pa. on April 4, 1947, he was a son of the late Robert Gullyes and Kathryn Hench Gullyes. Mr. Gullyes was an arborist with UNC Asheville and was a member of First Congregational Church of Hendersonville. He was a member of the Smokey Mountain Hog Chapter of Parkway Harley-Davidson and volunteered with the Buncombe County Toy Run and the Maggie Valley Bike Rally.

Mr. Gullyes is survived by his wife of forty one years, Fran Phinney Gullyes; two daughters, Leigh Cordell, of Chambersburg, Pa., Heather Manners and husband, Richard, of Youngstown, Ohio; and a sister, Karen Franevsky and husband, Michael, of Phoenix, Ariz.
 

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David Valerio

May 12th, 1947 - April 4th, 2011

Class of 1965

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Dennis Iannella

1947 - February 20th, 2007

Class of 1965

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Dudley Coleman

December 2nd, 1946 - August 2nd, 2013

 

H. DUDLEY COLEMAN

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COLEMAN H. Dudley Coleman, 66, passed away in Jacksonville, FL on August 2, 2013. He was born in Jenkins, KY on December 2, 1946. He was the Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Atlantic. Previously, he was honored for the landmark restorations of the historical Herkimer Building in Baywater Square, the downtown Jacksonville Moroccan Temple, and the Florida Theatre. Dudley will be remembered by many of the Jacksonville area youth for his passion for coaching, as he was a softball and baseball coach, for both his son, Matt, and daughter, Jessica. He loved the outdoors, being on the water, as an avid Bass fisherman. He loved automobiles and participated in NHRA drag racing. Survivors include his loving wife of 44 years, Margaret Coleman; son, Matt (Kristie) Coleman; daughter, Jessica (Ben) Richardson; grandchildren, Carlie, Connor, Haley, Ryan, Cameryn, and Nathan. He was predeceased by his parents, Homer E. and Margaret Fulton Coleman, and sister Jannis Kay. We will be celebrating his life with a Memorial Service to be held at 3:00 p.m., Saturday, August 17th in the Chapel of Quinn-Shalz Family Funeral Home. Dr. Dennis Fulton, Mr. Coleman's cousin, will be officiating. Please visit our online Tribute at www.quinn-shalz.com. Services under the direction and care of: Please Sign the Guestbook @ Jacksonville.com
 
 
 
Published in the Florida Times-Union on Aug. 11, 2013
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H. Dudley Coleman, 66, passed away in Jacksonville, FL on August 2, 2013. He was born in Jenkins, KY on December 2, 1946. He was the Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Atlantic. Previously, he was honored for the landmark restorations of the historical Herkimer Building in Baywater Square, the downtown Jacksonville Moroccan Temple, and the Florida Theatre. Dudley will be remembered by many of the Jacksonville area youth for his passion for coaching, as he was a softball and baseball coach, for both his son, Matt, and daughter, Jessica. He loved the outdoors, being on the water, as an avid Bass fisherman. He loved automobiles and participated in NHRA drag racing. Survivors include his loving wife of 44 years, Margaret Coleman; son, Matt (Kristie) Coleman; daughter, Jessica (Ben) Richardson; grandchildren, Carlie, Connor, Haley, Ryan, Cameryn, and Nathan. He was predeceased by his parents, Homer E. and Margaret Fulton Coleman, and sister Jannis Kay. We will be celebrating his life with a Memorial Service to be held at 3:00 p.m., Saturday, August 17th in the Chapel of Quinn-Shalz Family Funeral Home. Dr. Dennis Fulton, Mr. Coleman's cousin, will be officiating.

Published in the Florida Times-Union on Aug. 11, 2013

COLEMAN H. Dudley Coleman, 66, passed away in Jacksonville, FL on August 2, 2013. He was born in Jenkins, KY on December 2, 1946. He was the Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Atlantic. Previously, he was honored for the landmark restorations of the historical Herkimer Building in Baywater Square, the downtown Jacksonville Moroccan Temple, and the Florida Theatre. Dudley will be remembered by many of the Jacksonville area youth for his passion for coaching, as he was a softball and baseball coach, for both his son, Matt, and daughter, Jessica. He loved the outdoors, being on the water, as an avid Bass fisherman. He loved automobiles and participated in NHRA drag racing. Survivors include his loving wife of 44 years, Margaret Coleman; son, Matt (Kristie) Coleman; daughter, Jessica (Ben) Richardson; grandchildren, Carlie, Connor, Haley, Ryan, Cameryn, and Nathan. He was predeceased by his parents, Homer E. and Margaret Fulton Coleman, and sister Jannis Kay. We will be celebrating his life with a Memorial Service to be held at 3:00 p.m., Saturday, August 17th in the Chapel of Quinn-Shalz Family Funeral Home. Dr. Dennis Fulton, Mr. Coleman's cousin, will be officiating. Please visit our online Tribute at www.quinn-shalz.com. Services under the direction and care of: Please Sign the Guestbook @ Jacksonville.com
 
 
 
Published in the Florida Times-Union on Aug. 11, 2013 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/timesunion/obituary.aspx?n=h-dudley-coleman&pid=166380731&fhid=5612#sthash.HY4VEr5B.dpuf

 

H. DUDLEY COLEMAN

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H. DUDLEY COLEMAN Obituary
COLEMAN H. Dudley Coleman, 66, passed away in Jacksonville, FL on August 2, 2013. He was born in Jenkins, KY on December 2, 1946. He was the Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Atlantic. Previously, he was honored for the landmark restorations of the historical Herkimer Building in Baywater Square, the downtown Jacksonville Moroccan Temple, and the Florida Theatre. Dudley will be remembered by many of the Jacksonville area youth for his passion for coaching, as he was a softball and baseball coach, for both his son, Matt, and daughter, Jessica. He loved the outdoors, being on the water, as an avid Bass fisherman. He loved automobiles and participated in NHRA drag racing. Survivors include his loving wife of 44 years, Margaret Coleman; son, Matt (Kristie) Coleman; daughter, Jessica (Ben) Richardson; grandchildren, Carlie, Connor, Haley, Ryan, Cameryn, and Nathan. He was predeceased by his parents, Homer E. and Margaret Fulton Coleman, and sister Jannis Kay. We will be celebrating his life with a Memorial Service to be held at 3:00 p.m., Saturday, August 17th in the Chapel of Quinn-Shalz Family Funeral Home. Dr. Dennis Fulton, Mr. Coleman's cousin, will be officiating. Please visit our online Tribute at www.quinn-shalz.com. Services under the direction and care of: Please Sign the Guestbook @ Jacksonville.com
 
 
 
Published in the Florida Times-Union on Aug. 11, 2013
- See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/timesunion/obituary.aspx?n=h-dudley-coleman&pid=166380731&fhid=5612#sthash.HY4VEr5B.dpuf

 

H. DUDLEY COLEMAN

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H. DUDLEY COLEMAN Obituary
 
COLEMAN H. Dudley Coleman, 66, passed away in Jacksonville, FL on August 2, 2013. He was born in Jenkins, KY on December 2, 1946. He was the Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Atlantic. Previously, he was honored for the landmark restorations of the historical Herkimer Building in Baywater Square, the downtown Jacksonville Moroccan Temple, and the Florida Theatre. Dudley will be remembered by many of the Jacksonville area youth for his passion for coaching, as he was a softball and baseball coach, for both his son, Matt, and daughter, Jessica. He loved the outdoors, being on the water, as an avid Bass fisherman. He loved automobiles and participated in NHRA drag racing. Survivors include his loving wife of 44 years, Margaret Coleman; son, Matt (Kristie) Coleman; daughter, Jessica (Ben) Richardson; grandchildren, Carlie, Connor, Haley, Ryan, Cameryn, and Nathan. He was predeceased by his parents, Homer E. and Margaret Fulton Coleman, and sister Jannis Kay. We will be celebrating his life with a Memorial Service to be held at 3:00 p.m., Saturday, August 17th in the Chapel of Quinn-Shalz Family Funeral Home. Dr. Dennis Fulton, Mr. Coleman's cousin, will be officiating. Please visit our online Tribute at www.quinn-shalz.com. Services under the direction and care of: Please Sign the Guestbook @ Jacksonville.com
 
 
 
Published in the Florida Times-Union on Aug. 11, 2013
- See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/timesunion/obituary.aspx?n=h-dudley-coleman&pid=166380731&fhid=5612#sthash.HY4VEr5B.dpuf

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Gail Broad

1947 - January 10th, 1992

Class of 1965
 
The Reunion Committee has received information that Gail Broad has passed away too soon.  You are welcome to post a Tribute to our Classmate.
 
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Harley Meyer

January 12th, 1947 - July 15th, 1984

Class of 1965
 
The Reunion Committee has received information that Harley Meyer has passed too soon.  You are welcome to post a Tribute to our Classmate.
 
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From Cathy Bartlett on May 1st, 2015
Harley was such a sweet guy, quiet and respectful, and so smart. He was one of those high school "nerds" who may not be appreciated in their youth, but grow into the best men. His life was much to short, his passing such a loss. 
 
From Judy Guilds on April 14th, 2015
Im so sad to hear about Harley.  He was my singing partner for all those years in the concert choir. What a wonderful voice and a sweet, sincere person.  We were good friends.
 
From David Payne on September 22nd, 2013
Harley was the first connection to my old familiar life as a civilian when I came home from the service in 1970. So many had moved on, gotten married, or somehow found new lives but he made it real for me to come home.  We enjoyed hanging out and catching up - a true friend, intelligent, witty, and just a great comfort during a crazy time. In 1972 I met the girl of my dreams and moved to San Diego.  He was to come over shortly after our wedding but his plans didn't allow.  Then life took over,,,miss you, buddy.
 
From Kathi McNally (Fees) on September 22nd, 2013
This indeed is very sad to hear. To think he was only 37 when he passed away. Harley was such a sweet gentle person with an amazing future. Harley had a one of a kind voice when he would sing. Believe it or not I still have a pair of earrings he gave to me as a gift on graduation night. Rest in Peace Harley.
 

Jack Tuohy

September 10th, 1947 - September 18th, 1967

Class of 1965
 
The Reunion Committee has received information that Jack Tuohy was killed in combat in Vietnam three months into his tour as a part of the 101st Ariborne Division.  You are welcome to post a Tribute to our Classmate.

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From richard gemuenden on July 28th, 2015
He was a good friend.  I have missed and thought of him over the years and  wish that he could have grown old with us. 
 I will see him again though .  John  3:16
 
From Crystal Casey on March 15th, 2014
Jack was either in my drama classes or was just involved in staging the plays, because I remember him in that context. I think he was a little sweet on me, but I did not reciprocate. I saw his obit in the Republic, and was saddened and felt guilty I wasn't nicer to him. You know how that goes in high-school.  I found this at the website for the Vietnam Memorial Wall list of names:
Army - PFC - E3
Age: 20
Race: Caucasian
Sex: Male
Date of Birth Sep 10, 1947
From: PHOENIX, AZ
Religion: BAPTIST
Marital Status: Single
So, I'm pretty sure the  additional info for this Jackie is correct for North High's Jackie: (so sad, he barely got  his boots on the ground)
JACKIE ALLEN TUOHY

 
PFC - E3 - Army - Selective Service
101st Airborne Division

Length of service 0 years
His tour began on Jun 20, 1967
Casualty was on Sep 18, 1967
In QUANG TIN, SOUTH VIETNAM
HOSTILE, GROUND CASUALTY
MISADVENTURE
Body was recovered
 
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Janis Shandley (Coleman)

- - January 29th, 2012

Class of 1965

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Janis S. Coleman passed away on Sunday, Jan. 29,2012.  Beloved wife of Robert D Coleman, for 29 years.  Dear daughter of the late Wade, a former Phoenix Firefighter, and Mary Shandley.  Dear mother of Michael (Penny) Bobince and Priscilla (Marvin) Hughes.  Dear grandmother of Christopher (Crystal) Bobince, Jessica Bobince, Floyd Bobince, Addison Huges, Amber Hughes, Hayden Huges and great grandmother of 1.  Dear sister of Nancy Kordylas and Jerry (Linda) Shandley.  Dear niece of Wanda Knisley.  Our dear aunt, cousin and friend of many. Janice loved her family, loved to travel, worked for Honeywell for 20 years, played City Softball Fast Ptich, and was a sports fan, with the Arizona Diamondbacks amoung her favorties.  Interment Green Acres Memorial Gardens.

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From Tom Gordon on April 14th, 2015
I loved Janis-She was a beautiful person,and am sorry that she passed away too soon.
 

Jim Strong

November 19th, 1946 - September 6th, 2006

Class of 1965
 
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Jim Strong, 59, of Peoria, passed away September 5, 2006. He was born in Kansas City, Missouri on November 19, 1946 and moved to Phoenix, Arizona when he was 12, graduating from North High School in 1965. His loving mother, Betty Covington, preceded him in death. He is survived by his devoted wife, Betty, of nearly 25 years; son Jim and daughter-in-law Debbie; sons Rob and Rick; grandchildren James, Dylan, and Brianna; and his best pals dogs Snickers and Taffy. Jim lived each day of his life with a 'can do' attitude no matter what the challenge. He was highly motivated, buying his first home 3 years out of High School. He started his career in computer operations and rose to Vice President of Information Services for Hospitality Franchise Systems formerly Ramada Inc. In 1995, he left the corporate world to start his own business as owner/operator of Strong's Pool Tenders. A loving husband, father and son, family and friends remember him as fun and mischievous, but most of all a person that people could always turn to for help. For all that knew him, his presence in our lives will be missed and his incredible smile will remain in our hearts forever... A memorial service to celebrate Jim's life will be held at 5:00pm on Thursday, September 14th at Christ's Church of the Valley, 7007 W. Happy Valley Rd, Peoria, AZ 85383. Family and friends are welcome to arrive at 4:00pm to visit before the service. Under the care of Thompson's Valley West Funeral Chapel in Goodyear, (623)932-1780.

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From Tom Lewis on February 17th, 2016
Jim was one of my very best friends at North High School.  We were both in Acapella Choir , had classes together,  and our Junior year played on the JV football team. 
Jim worked at Green Gables and drove a Mustang. 
We had lots of good times together.
After I graduated from ASU I moved to NM and lost touch with Jim.  I found this site a few days ago and am saddened to hear of his passing.    ‚
 
From Spencer Smartt on January 27th, 2014
James Orville "Jim" Strong, Jr (1946 - 2006) Birth: Nov. 19, 1946. Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, USA. Death: Sep. 5, 2006. Peoria, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA I first met Jim Strong in the summer of 1958 at Coronado Park swimming pool in Phoenix. He, Phillip Clifton and Dennis Hayworth were harassing my younger sister Janice or so I thought! After a short shoving match all four of us became fast friends. Jim and I lived on the same street that Glenn Alford and Corky Sperling lived on for those of you who remember Glenn and Corky. That fall all four of us Jim, Phil, Dennis and myself wound up in Mrs. Rose‚
 
From Merrill Sparks on September 22nd, 2013
Jim was in my first hour freshman English class.  I sat towards the back of the room...he sat in the front.  After a few weeks of school and a drastic haircut, Jim would walk by me on his way to his seat, mussing my new "Dutch-boy" style with that permanent grin on his face.  Jim was such an outgoing, sincerely nice person.  Everyone loved him! 
 
From Barbara Gephart-Ayars on September 18th, 2013
I met Jim through A Cappella Choir, and we dated for a while.  He was a sweet, sweet person.
 
We re-connected a few times after college, and talked on the ohone in 2001.  He sounded the same with the same great humor.  Sorry we didn't meet for coffee.
 
Jim, I still owe you a raincoat.  RIP.
 
From Sherry Stickler-Hawken on September 18th, 2013
Jim Strong was a nice and  funny classmate at NPHS-he helped brighten our classes.
 
From Thalma Strong on September 16th, 2013
Oh how I remember you Jim. I still remember how we had the same last name and you would call me your sister even though we were really not related. Jim lived across the street from me as children and I still remember his little red wagon. We were childhood buddies and we had so much fun playing and roller skating together.  I hope he finally learned how to use the key to his roller skates. I didn't see much of him after we moved and occasionally at north high school around campus, but I have such wonderful childhood memories of him. RIP my friend.
 

John Parry

Class of 1965
 
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From Gene Miller on September 21st, 2013
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It was shocking and sobering to find John here, on the Classmates Memorial page.
 
I rcollect Johnny as far back as I can remember any of my school days.  We were the two red headed boys.  I was the one who wore glasses. 
 
It always seemed like Johnny was better than me at so many things, but I was the one who got more lucky breaks. 
 
Maybe the luckiest break of all was knowing Johnny Parry.
 

Linda Newton

Class of 1965

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From Donna Moody on April 27th, 2015
So wanted to share life stories with Linda at our 50th reunion! Her high energy eagerness seeking more ways to live life as a young woman, wife, & a mom when I last talked to her in the early 70's. She helped my sister Deb & I fit in at NPHS our new school & a senior year.
 

Louis Langhi

- - June 26th, 1998

Class of 1965

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Lyle Webb

Class of 1965
 
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Melbalyn Chatwin

- - April 10th, 2004

Class of 1965
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Melbalyn Chatwin, 56, Phoenix, Arizona, passed away April 10, 2004. Visitation: Wednesday, April 14 from 8:30-9:30 AM at The LDS Church, 8602 N. 31st Ave., Phoenix. Services: Wednesday, April 14 at 10:00 AM at The LDS Church, 8602 N. 31st Ave., Phoenix. Best Funeral Services.

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From Sherry Stickler-Hawken on September 18th, 2013
Melba was such a sweet caring person-she taught me a thrifty way of making french toast once at a sleepover at her house when we attended Whittier. Beautiful person.
 
From Gene Miller on September 17th, 2013
I remember Melba all the way back to Whittier Elementary days.
She was a beautiful and very talented person.  Music was always part of her life. 
Fond memories of a great girl/woman.
Gene Miller
 

Merrrelyn Hatch (Clark)

January 26th, 1948 - April 12th, 1999

Class of 1965

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Michael West

February 2nd, 1947 - December 27th, 2014

Class of 1965

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West, Michael (Miki) Fair
was born on Feb. 2, 1947, in Anoka, MN. His parents were Meta Marie Lindquist and Ray Allan (Corky) West. He graduated from North High School in 1965. On July 14, 1967, he married the love of his life, Carol Hendrickson, in Phoenix, AZ. They graduated from Southwestern Baptist Bible College. In Aug. 1970, he enlisted in the Army. After completing Officer Candidate School, Ranger and Airborne training he was stationed in Berlin, Germany. After he returned from Berlin in 1974, he transferred into the Army Reserves. He then completed his seminary training at Tennessee Temple Seminary and in 1979 started pastoring at Calvary Baptist Church in Silver City, NM. In 1981, he became an Army Reserve Chaplain. In 1987, he accepted a pastoral position at Bible Baptist Church in Phoenix, AZ. During Desert Storm he served as chaplain attached to the 403rd Combat Support Hospital. He retired as a Colonel after 31 years of service. In 1998, he was hired as a chaplain at the Phoenix VA Hospital where he served and ministered until his retirement from the VA due to the onset of ALS. After a valiant fight he went to be with his Lord on Dec. 27, 2014 while spending time with his family. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, his three sons, (Aaron, Joel and Stephen), his 4 grandchildren (Katherine, Keith, Maya and Caroline), his sister, Mary Lind Priest, his brother Jeffrey West and their families. Visitation 6 to 8 PM, Tues. Dec. 30, 2014 at Green Acres Mortuary, 401 N. Hayden Rd. Scottsdale, AZ. Funeral Services will be held 11:00 AM Wed. Dec. 31, 2014 at Mesa Baptist Church, 2425 S. Alma School Road, Mesa, AZ, with interment with Military Honors at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, 23029 N. Cave Creek Road, Phoenix, AZ at 2:00 PM.

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From Richard Gemuenden on February 21st, 2016
I don't think I knew a kinded, selfless, serving, man.  I first met him at a Christian Service Brigade meeting when I was a freshmen.  He was the President of the group.  I was amazed mostly by what I would call his even temperment.  He didn't seem to have the hang ups most of us guys had at that time.  I never saw him upset or mad about anything or anyone.  On numerous occassions when we would talk he always had a sympathetic ear.  He was never condesending and never had an inflated opinion of himself.  He had a way of giving you undivided attenion, a natural pastor I guess.  I lost track of him after high school  but we touched base when he was chaplin at the VA.  At his funeral is when I really learned of all his accomplishments in the military and the pastorate. A man of real character.
 
 
From David E. Raines on February 11th, 2015
Mike was an outstanding young man of high character, a great ROTC Cadet Officer of whom I was pleased to have on my roster in 1964, when on to be an outstanding Army Officer in Vietnam, then an outstanding minister of the Gospel and served well at the VA Hosiptal.  We stayed in contact through the internet and then when taking my father to the VA we made a meeting and what a joy to catch up.  Miki was the example of what every man whould inspire to be like.  Here is a Salute to my dear friend.
David E. Raines
 

Millard Turley

Class of 1965
 
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From Tammy Le Pore on September 22nd, 2013
Millard, or "Bubby" as he was affectionately known as, was a classmate at Whittier School and North High.  He wasn't very tall, but he was an awesome great little guy
and I am sure he is greatly missed by all who knew and loved him!
 
From Joe Davis on September 22nd, 2013
Millard and I attended Whitter together and he was known as "Bubby" to his family and close friends. I have a picture of us taken in 1958 at the St. Joseph Hospital County Fair.  He was an awesome guy and a great friend.  I was shocked when his sister told me that he had passed.
 
From Sherry Stickler-Hawken on September 18th, 2013
Remember dancing at parties with Milliard-always a handsome young gentleman!
 

Nancy Hahn

Class of 1965
 
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From Marian Thatcher Heath on March 18th, 2015
I knew Nancy.  She was my friend and one of the sweetest souls I've known as part of my life.  She tried to understand me when I was a very confused and lonely teenager.
 

Norm Walt

September 14th, 1947 - February 27th, 2012

Class of 1965

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Walt, Norman James
Norm James Walt passed away at his home in Phoenix, Arizona, February 27, 2012, he was 64. He is survived by his only child, Chad Edward Walt, brother Mick Walt (Shari) of Phoenix, many loving neices, nephews, and caring friends. Military services and interment are scheduled on March 9, 2012, at 10:30 AM at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, 23029 N. Cave Creek Road in Phoenix. Arrangements have been entrusted to Advantage Colonial Chapel. 

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Patti Murphy (Naughton)

May 4th, 1947 - April 16th, 2016

Class of 1965
 
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My dear wife, Patti, passed away on Saturday, April 16, 2016. It wasn't an unexpected event, Patti has been suffering for the past 3 and a half years from a terrible disease, ALS, Lou Gehrig's Disease.
Patti was born in Phoenix, Arizona on May 4th, 1947. She attended Papago Grade School, North Phoenix High School and Phoenix College. Patti worked for many years as a medical assistant at Scottsdale Dermatology.
Aside from 12 years in the Pacific Northwest, Patti lived in Arizona, the past 9 years in Payson. She was proud of her Arizona heritage being the great-granddaughter of Arizona pioneer, William Kirkland. Patti loved being on the board of the Northern Arizona Historical Society, a Vestry Leader at St. Paul Episcopal Church, a member of the P.E.O. Sisterhood and many more organizations.
Patti was amazed at the outpouring of affection and assistance she received during her battle with ALS. She was distressed that she couldn’t cook me dinner any longer and the food brigade was formed by friends and organizations from across the community. The hours of reading from her dear friends was a peaceful time that helped with the endless boredom. It broke her heart to turn away visitors towards the end. She told me that small town living was very special.
Patti was preceded in death by her beloved parents Carl "Jack" Murphy and Ann Murphy.
Patti is survived by her sister, Marilyn Woods (husband Jerry and nieces Tara and Margo.) Her husband John Naughton, her two children, Kim Rice and Jason Christy and grand children Emily Christy, Delaney Rice and Parker Rice.
Patti and I met the summer between 7th and 8th grade and were "boy friend - girl friend" through the middle of our freshman year in high school. After taking different paths and raising separate families, we re-connected and fell in love for a second time. When our children from previous marriages started their own families, Patti loved all the grandchildren as if they were her own. So, Emily Christy, Delaney and Parker Rice and Sierra and Sedona Ashton, you were the love of your "Totsi's" life. You were her heart and soul, you all are what helped her bear her difficult days. Here is what she told me were some of her favorite things:
Emily's wisdom, Delaney's determination, Parker's kindheartedness, Sierra's poise, Sedona's independence.
Make her proud.
Services will be held at 10:30 AM on Saturday, April 30th in the chapel at Messinger Mortuary. Lunch will be served following, in the community room.
In lieu of flowers, should you care to make a donation in her name to Patti’s grandchildren’s college fund please make check to CollegeAmerica and send to Kevin Dick Investments, 620 E. Highway 260, Payson, AZ 85541.

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Ray Bobo

February 1st, 1947 - August 15th, 2007

Class of 1965

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Ray Whitehurst

Class of 1965
 
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Whitehurst, Raymond Harris (Ray)
63, of Rimrock, AZ, passed away on August 7, 2011.  Ray was born February 2, 1948 in Florida and passed peacefully in Cottonwood, AZ.  Early on, after his father's passing, his family moved to Phoenix.  Ray attended St. Agnes Grammar School and North Phoenix and Phoenix Union High Schools.  He was interested in architecture and design and had a love of football, but his true calling was making just about anything that moved - cars, motorcycles, boats - move faster.  He was always involved with racing and engines of some sort.  Ray was well known by many for his skill in engine building.  He embarrassed many a Corvette owner with nothing but a 2000cc Volkswagen.  He owned his own shop, managed others, was a top hand at Ford and Mercedes dealerships, and even passed his automotive knowledge on to many young men and women as an instructor in later years. He was sought out on many occasions for his expertise, even by local greats like Johnny Loper.  After moving with his family to Oklahoma in 1984, Ray toured with a CanAm Motorsports group from Texas, wrenching for and transporting the team.  The team took 4th that year. Ray loved the water almost as much as the open road and was never far from a fast boat or scooter to take him there.  He scrapped together a jet boat in the mid-70's for a last minute race in Lake Havasu and won all the heats, toasting the victory.   He couldn't work without music, mostly the blues; loved the Eagles and, boy! Could he shoot the breeze!  Ray may have been only 63 but, if you added up all his stories, you would swear he was 100!  Gone, but not forgotten, is that twinkle in his eye, his sharp wit and dry sense of humor, his matter-of-fact outlook on life, and the tales of his amazing adventures.  Ray lived longer than his father, Edward, wife and love of his life, Karen, brothers Mikey, William, and Ed, and his beautiful granddaughter Tori (forever together again).  He has left behind his mother, Martha, brother Patrick, daughter Kimberly (Drury), son Ian, six grandchildren, and two nephews, his canine pit crew, Honda, Cinda, Claire, and yours truly, his brother from another mother. 

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From Dale Roberts on June 11th, 2014
Ray was one of the first friends I made at North High. Coming from an elementary school outside of North's area, I knew very few kids there and Ray seemed to sense my feelings of unease.

Ray was easy to smile and laugh, and we became quick friends. He was the first kid I can remember knowing who was being raised by a single mother. What made things even tougher, he had a couple of younger brothers who were as just wild as he was. His mother was the most hard working, gentlest, sweetest ladies I have ever known. 

Ray would help me get old 1950 Chevy running. We would work on it in his front yard, and then we would all pile in and head for the river. He was a fine mechanic, which turned out to be his professional calling.

He is gone way too soon. RIP my friend.
 
From Merrill Sparks on September 21st, 2013
When we moved to Arizona from New Jersey in June 1961 , I didn't know anyone. One of the first people I met was Ray.  He would walk me part of the way home from school, talking intently about motorcycles and cars, not teasing me about my strange eastern accent.  I was disappointed that my father wouldn't allow me to go to the "drag races" with Ray when he asked me, but I enjoyed the fall days laughing with this sweet, dark-haired guy as we made our way down Thomas Road in the afternoon, each of us carrying our books and anticipating our lives as freshmen at North High.   
 

Richard Christie

1947 - December 2nd, 2009

Class of 1965
 
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Richard Lewis Jones-Christie, 61, of Tucson Arizona passed away December 2, 2009. He is survived by his wife of thirty years Sharon (nee Jones); son Richard (Sarah) Christie; daughter, Jennifer (Dean) Forester; grandson, Will Forester; brother, Bob Christie; cousins, Jonathan Worley, Sherry Christie and Betsy Christie and uncle Joe (Edith) Roberts. Richard went to Griffith Elementary School and North High School in Phoenix, AZ, and he graduated from Phoenix College with a degree in Fine Arts in 1968. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. In spite of the challenges presented by spinal muscular atrophy, Richard was a talented musician and painter, whose work hung in many galleries. Richard worked for Digital Equipment Corporation in Phoenix and Colorado Springs, but his lifes work was fighting for peace and justice. In both Phoenix and Colorado Springs he was an integral member of the peace community, which worked for world peace, nonviolence and helping the poor. He was also a volunteer hospital chaplain and active in the Friends Meeting in Phoenix and Colorado Springs. Richard was a member of the United Methodist Church where he was a Sunday school teacher and gave occasional sermons. He was known for his wit and dynamic speaking abilities. He impacted the lives of everyone who knew him. He will be greatly missed. 
 

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From Merrill (Lundin) Sparks on June 8th, 2014
Rich and I were in Mr. Courter's speech class together.  I was always impressed with his ease during debates and his sense of humor when presenting solo materials.  Now that I've had the opportunity to read the synopsis of his life experiences, it's evident that Rich was able to use these talents to work for the disenfranchised and to speak out for world peace. What a productive and inspiring legacy!  
 
 

Roberta James (Quinn)

September 1st, 2014 - November 14th, 2014

Class of 1965

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Roberta Ann Quinn
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Roberta Ann Quinn (James) passed away in the comfort of her home among family and friends on November 14th, 2014 after a valiant battle with lymphoma. She was 67. Roberta was born in Sioux City, Iowa in 1947. Her family moved to Phoenix in 1950. Berta was a proud graduate of North High School class of '65. She is preceded in death by her parents Donald and Ruthie James. Berta is survived by her sister Donna; brothers Ronnie (Cheryl) and Randy; daughters Aaron (Frank) and Robin (Rachel); cousins, neices, nephews, countless friends, and the light in her life, dear friend Ellen. She was a very proud grandma and "Mama Mia" to her granddaughter Rylan. Though too soon, Berta departed this world with the same dignity, grace and courage that were the framework of her life. She gave freely with a smile, good humor, and gestures of kindness toward all she met. Roberta wanted to thank Ironwood Cancer Research Center, Dr Low and Dr Linda Brown for their kindness, care and generosity of spirit. Join us as we celebrate Berta's life on December 4th, 2-4 pm at the Irish Cultural Center in Phoenix. For those who wish to do so, contributions in her name may be sent to Wounded Warriorsor Ryan'sHouse

 

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Ron Houser

Class of 1965
 
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Sharon Snapp

August 20th, 1947 - April 9th, 2006

Class of 1965

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Sue Dudine

1947 - December 16th, 2014

Class of 1965

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Haring, Sue
67, passed away on December 16, 2014. A private memorial will be held to honor her. Please join us for a Celebration of Life and Legacy on Monday, January 19th from 3-5 p.m. at the Arizona American Italian Club located at 7509 N. 12th St. Phoenix, AZ 85020. 
 

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Susan Blair

September 30th, 1947 - March 16th, 1974

Class of 1965

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From Marian Thatcher Heath on March 27th, 2015
Susan was my dear friend all during our years together at Griffith Elementary school.  She was a wonderful mother, wife and artist. I loved her very much.
 

Suzanne Crews (Laird)

August 12th, 1947 - December 14th, 2009

Class of 1965
 
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Suzanne Kaye Laird passed away on Monday December 14, 2009 at the age of 62 with her mother, Annabelle, fiance, Bill and nephew and niece, Bill and Audra at her side. She was born on August 12, 1947 in Bethalto, IL to Roy and Annabelle (Balster) Crews. In 1951, at the age of 3, Sue and her family moved to Phoenix, AZ.She attended North High School in Phoenix and graduated in 1965. In 1974 Sue married Jerry Laird. They resided in Cathedral City, CA where Sue worked as a medical secretary. Sue and Jerry left Cathedral City in 1981 and made Lake Havasu City their home.Sue is survived by her mother Annabelle Crews; fiance, Bill Mitchell; sister Janet Harlan; three stepdaughters and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband of 39 years, Jerry, her sister Anita and one step-daughter.A celebration of Sue’s life will be held at the Laird residence, 2936 Jamaica Blvd. S. on Saturday, January 2nd from 12:00 to 3:00 pm.Thoughts and condolences may be submitted to the family at www.lietz-frazefuneralhome.comArrangements were placed under the care of Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home & Crematory.

 

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From Crystal Casey on August 14th, 2014
Suzi's family had a nice power boat, and I remember going with them to Canyon and Sajuaro lakes to water ski.  Vicki Puse Gibbons was a good skiier, but I never made it up onto the skis. I got the worst sunburn of my life (didn't get out of bed for days) on one of these excursions. Her family was so nice to include me, and we all had so much fun.   I'm so sorry we couldn't meet again at next year's reunion.
 

Tabitha Colvin (Hensley)

July 14th, 1947 - -

Class of 1965

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Thomas Provence

August 22nd, 1947 - January 10th, 1991

Class of 1965

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Tim Sniezek

Class of 1965

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Tonja Marks

Class of 1965

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From Joy Parker Fink on April 22nd, 2015
My dear friend from Whittier School! I hoped so much to see you at the reunion! We played together in 4th grade and through North High.  A beautiful, loyal, sweet friend!
 

William Marlett

Class of 1965

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From Jennifer Marlatt on April 14th, 2015
Image As his only child, and daughter, I can tell you for certain that William Marlatt was an amazing person, husband, and father. He lived his life to make his family thrive and be happy. In his spare time he loved to ride his Harley Davidson; what his family called his other child. I know that Bill is looking down on us all waiting for the day to be reunited in Heaven. Anyone who reads this, please take comfort in knowing that Bill enoyed his life right until the final moments where he was surrounded by all of his loved ones.