Mason Dunkleburger, ’40, spends time shopping, going to doctors and feeding stray cats .He lives in Long Beach, California.
Peggy (Marjorie)(Morris) Frazier, ’40, lives at Mud Bay in Olympia with her son. She has six grandkids and two great-greatgrandkids.
Katheryn (Kay) (Small) Doran,’41, lives in Bellevue. She likes to shop, cook, play bridge, read, dance and enjoy family visits. She serves on the board of the Alliance to the State Dental Association.
Marjorie (Helenius) Valley, ’44, still lives alone in Shelton, and still drives.
Lillian (Briggs) Clark, ’46, lives at Panorama City in Lacey, (360) 438-5447.
Viola (Robinson) Premo, ’46, lives in Littlerock on five acres. She enjoys word games, reading and visits from her five children, (360) 352-5130.
Sibyl (Schlottmann) Wendler, ’46, still works at Selden’s Home Furnishings one day a week. She likes to read, garden and mow her dandelions, (360) 786-1897.
Sibyl (Schlottmann) Wendler, ’46, retired and lives in Tumwater. She likes to read and garden, (360) 786-1897.
Jessie (Sutton) Dietz, ’47, has been married 50 years and has four children. She served as court assistant, postal carrier & software programmer. She lives with daughter in Florence, Oregon, and likes to travel.
Kathryn (Whitney) Looker, ’48, lives in Tacoma and has two great grand children. Her father graduated from OHS in 1923, (253) 537-9624.
Ivan Budd, ’50, lives in Palm Springs in winter and in Bellevue in summer, (760)321-0360.
Marilyn Gum, ’50, retired in 2018, and lives in San Gatos, California. She enjoys gardening and her five grandchildren,
Cliff Huntley, ’50, lives in Quartzsite, Arizona, and runs an RV park where he fixes or rehabs mobile homeland park models for rent or sale.
Lawrence Dennis, ’51, is retired and lives in Tucson, Arizona.
Arlene (Wilson) Easley,’51, is retired as a statistician with the Department of Labor and lives in Annandale, Virginia. She’s enjoying her seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
Gilbert Long, ’51, lives in Redmond, Washington and plays golf a few times each week. He fished in the Klickitat River and caught a 125-pound King salmon.
Lawrence Norris, ’51, retired from U.S. Navy and celebrated 60th wedding anniversary last year, (619) 540-0234
Ray Parker, ’51, farmed in East Olympia since 1955 where he grows sweet corn and hay. He has taken nine cruises.
Mary Helen (Stewart) Pothier, ’51, made 100 stockings for nursing home patients, and lives in Lacey, (360) 438-5981.
Glenda (Todd) Goldwater,’52, volunteers at an art museum in Portland and at the Multnomah County Library.
Mart Kask, ’52, lives in Mercer Island, has four children and nine grandchildren. He earned his BSCE degree St. Martin’s University, masters of science degree at Purdue University. He owns Kask consulting firm in urban development and planning, and serves as a diplomat to the consul, Republic of Estonia for Washington and Oregon, (206) 660-1940.
Don Niemi, ’52, lives in Centralia, and being treated for lymphoma. He still dabbles in stock market, (360) 330-5620.
Anderson, Judith (Mann), '54, lives in Eugene, Oregon…travels to Hawaii and Washington and Oregon, 541-484-2204
Don Beatty, ’54, attended 65th class reunion in 2019. He lives on Pattison Lake.
Glenna (Bolender) Cook, ’54, lives in Tacoma and published her first book of poetry, “Thresholds.” She’s working on her second book.
Jerome Hamling, ’54, lives in Bremerton. He was planning on a European cruise that got cancelled.
Gilbert Long, ’54, lives in Redmond, Washington, and plays golf three times a week, and likes to fish. He has two daughters, six grandkids, and two great grandkids.
Elvine (Jensen) Sandefur, ’54, lives in Wheaton, Illinois, and recently celebrated her 60thwedding anniversary. She is active in her church, and lives on a 12-acre farm. She has three grandchildren and likes to make quilts.
Bill Steiger,’54, lives in Redmond. He retired 20 years ago and became a snowbird. He likes to golf and visit with grandchildren.
Ruby (Farr) Whalley, ’54, lives in Ashland, Oregon, where she volunteers at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Hannon Library. She walks four miles a day, has traveled to Europe, Cuba, Nova Scotia and Greenland.
Carlson Wendell ’55, is retired, has ten grandkids, and enjoys traveling.
Sonja Christopher, ’55,lives in Walnut Creek, California.
Frank Copeland, ’55, lives in Westport and makes many trips to Wyoming, (360) 268-0430.
Andrew Wesley Nebergall, ’55, lives in an independent living facility in Happy Valley, Oregon.
Jim Nickerson, ’55, lives in Green Valley, Arizona. He still plays trombone in big bands in Arizona, enjoys working in his woodshop, and is enjoying retirement.
Mary (Jensen) Read, ’55, lives in Redmond, Oregon. She’s battling cancer. She loves to hike, take snowshoe treks.
Melvin Armstrong, ’56, lives in Belfair. He went moose hunting in Wyoming, fishing in Canada, and vacationed in Hawaii.
George Ingham, ’56, farms and ranches in Whitefish, Montana.
Fred Michael, ’56, lives in Olympia. He drove across the US, lived in the Netherlands for a year and visited the Hermitage in Russia
Enid (Culp) Roberts, ’56, completed Dawnview Garden Estates development on Totten Inlet, and will give tours by appointment. (360) 426-0583.
Marian (Gilkey) Kindred, ’57, lives in Hesperia, California, is retired, likes to crochet and watch the Dodgers and Angels, and play bridge.
Larry Seaberg, ’57, is a snowbird in Palm Desert. He likes to cruise, volunteer and stay in shape.
Duane Zeigler, ’57, has lived in the same home in Tumwater since 1964, and is the oldest member of the Zeigler family, (360) 943-7616.
Dan Eason, ’58, lives in Lacey. He sells property, builds hot rods, repairs boats and attempts to fish.
Ted Gantenbein, ’58, is retired, disabled, and living in same place since 1965, (360)866-8437
Jane (Stewart) King, ’58, lives in Mount Shasta, California, (707) 322-0414.
Jean (Preston) Marshall, ’58, lives in Lebanon, Oregon, where she does some teaching and gardening (541) 451-3649.
Marjorie (Stackhouse) McNae,’58, lives in Oak Harbor. She plays cello in the Skagit Symphony. She also teaches cello lessons. She likesto garden and make jam.
DeAnn (Armstrong) Sack,’58, is updating her 1964 house and had Covid-19.
William Jessiman,’59, lives in Dallas, Texas. He earned his bachelor of arts degree and master of arts degree in Cambridge, Massachusets, and worked in transportation consulting in Boston for 21 years. He worked for American Airlines for 20 yearsin computer systems. He has three children and seven grandchildren.
Michael Langenbach, ’59, lives in Brinnon, on Hood Canal. He runs the food banks for Jefferson County, attends the Huskies games, and plants clams and geoducks for a private beach, (360) 229-3007.
Sarah (Knox) Miyazaki,’59, lives in Berkeley, California. She attended the OHS 60th class reunion.
Marilyn (Ginsbach) Motteler,’59, lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and taught writing at three universities.
Jeff Stalcup, ’59, worked for several newspapers including Tacoma News Tribune, (360)438-3022.
Richard Bever, ’60, lives in Hazel Green, Alabama. He’s retired from the Washington State DSHS after 18 years, also retired from Virginia State Guard after eight years. He likes volunteering.
Janet Franks,’60, takes care of a sister in a Shelton facility.
Lawrence Millam,’60, lives in Kent, is retired from Boeing, and has traveled to Europe, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand.
Susan (Delanty) Jones,’61, lives in downtown Seattle, and had to cancel a trip to Europe in summer of 2020.
Robert Harris, ’61, is living, teaching and writing about Buddhism with the Nalanda Institute in Olympia, (360) 352-2819.
June (Masser) Landers, ’61, lives in Tumwater, and volunteers at United Way and Tumwater Recycling Center, and takes daily walks with her French bulldog, Cory. She hopes to travel to Norway.
Trudy (Kampf) Looney, ’61, lives in Tacoma, and took a Danube Rivercruise from Passau to Romania in 2019.
Michael Mallinger, ’61, lives in Olympia, where he is very active in the pro-life movement, (360) 786-9654.
Rick Meyer,’61, is retired and enjoying life, (360) 491-9321.
Carol (Lemons) Stalcup, ’61, is a homemaker with three children. She likes to travel.
Judith Bushell,’62, is concentrating on writing poetry.
William Curtis,’62, retired after teaching and coaching after 41years (37 at OHS). He serves as a tour guide to Italy – currently working on19th tour. Bill is chairman of OHS Hall of Fame Committee, and works security for Washington House of Representatives during the legislative session.
Diane (Fluetsch) Duffy, ’62, still living on the family farm with dog Duffy in Boston Harbor. She mentioned her good fortune to have a caregiver, (360) 943-4964.
Michael Hannan, ’62, is oldest person to have climbed Mt. Vinson, the highest peak in Antarctica. He has climbed all 58 peaks over 14,000 feet in Colorado. He lives in Salt Lake City.
Robert Herness, ’62, lives in Banning, California, and still teaches classes in theology, philosophy, political science and history.
Judith (Simmons) Keller, ’62, lives in Kingman, Arizona. She is single, retired, and living often grid. She has three children, 10 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren.
David Lindeblom, ’62, lives in Lacey, and has grandchildren ranging from 3 to 21years old, (360) 491-3590.
Kit Marcinko, ’62, lives in Anacortes, and has run studio gallery on Guemes Island for more than 50 years. Kit does sculpture after decades of bronze casting.
Linda (Fuss) Mayer, ’62, lives in Cannon Beach, Oregon. She encourages her friends to stay safe and practice positive behavior during the pandemic.
Cheryl (Roth) Thietge, ’62, has been married 58 years and lives in Tumwater. She is retired from state service.
Susan (Cody) Yolkmann,’62, lives in Clarksville, Tennessee. She is retired, and likes to quilt and read.
Susan (Talcott) Andrew, ’63, lives in Meridien, Idaho, but snowbirds in Arizona. She has been married to Bob for 54 years, they have three grandsons, (253) 988-0877.
Sandi (Hamilton) Dahlquist,’63, lives in Belfair, Washington, and retired in 2004 from Dahlquist fine jewelry in Poulsbo. She’s been married 53 years and is active with the Poulsbo Lions Club, (360) 275-8223. She enjoys cruising and traveling.
James Harris, ’63, has traveled around the U.S, and likes to spoil the grandkids. He plays pipes and drums in Olympia Highlanders
Mary Ann (Clark) Heeren,’63, still works as a financial advisor with her husband, They live in Seattle with 2 cats.
Fern (Cooley) Morrow, ’63, lives in Olympia. She had knee replacement in March, 2020, (360)866-0189.
Gary Pleasant, ’63, is retired, and likes to fish, travel and attend Seahawk games.
Joan (Boddy) Bower, ’64, is retired as a teacher in the Olympia School District. She’s an ordained minister, married 52 years to Bob (class of ’64).
Philip Bransford, ’64, lives in Seattle, teaches CPR, and likes to travel.
Patricia (Cooper) Foss,’64, lives in Lacey with her daughter and grandson.
Wayne Olsen, ’63, retired as a Navy Captain, oceanographer & meteorologist. He taught at Pierce College for 9 years, volunteers with Thurston Climate Action Team, Climate Reality Project and Panorama Green Team.
Gary Pitcher,’64, lives in Bellingham. He was appointed grand chaplain for the Grand Chapter of Washington Order of the Eastern Star for2019-2020.
Mark Pearson, ’65, lives in Redmond, Washington, and has been retired since 2008. Mark likes to hunt, boat, fish and spend time with family.
Leslie (Storey) Struble,’65, lives in Rochester, Illinois, half a year and Northwest Wyoming the other half
John Anderson,’66, volunteers at Habitat for Humanity.
Alice Christine(Bergstrom) Cabe, ’66, lives in Monroe, Washington, where she is retired from working at Overlake Hospital as the clinical laboratory director.
Wolf Dammer, ’66, lives in Vancouver, Washington, and worked for the state Department of Fish and Wildlife for 42 years. Wolf enjoys his family cycling, hiking, and kayaking.
John Deviny, ’66, is retired as a dentist. He enjoys old Olympia pals, volunteering and mentoring dental students.
Helland Kren, ’66, lives in Edmonds, Washington, and is active in community affairs. Helland likes to travel, garden and spend time with family and friends.
Karen (Carlton) Meyer,’66, retired after working at Bracy and Thomas Land Surveyors for 47 years
Dennis Smith, ’66, lives in Olympia,. hopes to retire soon. He has been married 48 years, has two children and two grandchildren, (360) 507-1814.
Trisha Swanson,’66, enjoys singing with groups, traveling, gardening, and wild mushroom hunting.
Cydia Cuykendall, ’67, enjoys reading her parents’ old books, (360) 357-7890.
Charles Saibel, ’67, enjoys music, travel, collecting books, participation in triathlons, and has interests in plant based diets, (360) 357-8553.
Pam Stratton, ’67, lives in Tucson, Arizona, after retiring from the state of Alaska as a contractor. She snowbirds in Arizona and returns to Alaska. She has two granddaughters in Alaska.
Joan (Goforth) Baumer, ’68, lives in Ventura, California, and continues to care for remote patients, (817) 946-8192.
Kathy (Wells) Griffin ’68, retired in 2020 and lives in Centralia. She enjoys her health, family and many blessings.
Brad Hittle, ’69, lives in Arlington, Virginia, and is retired in 2012 from Department of State at the White House, and consulted clients until 2016. He has one daughter.
Daniel Kosenski, ’69, does cardiac and pulmonary rehab at St. Peter Hospital. She enjoys family, traveling, cooking, wine and the yard.
Bruce Karney, ’70, lives in Mountain View, California. He retired in 2012, and leads greenhouse gas reduction activities in Silicon Valley.
Scott Rutledge, ’70, finally retired from teaching at OHS.
Vikki (King) Smith, ’70, lives in Lacey, and is the director for the Washington State Department of Revenue.
Webb Hopkins,’71, plays golf monthly with other OHS grads.
Tim Koehler, ’71, is semi retired, just waiting for Covid to get under control.
Scott Missall,’71, has practiced law for 36 years for the cities of Mill Creek and Medina. He has traveled around the world.
Carol Johnson, ’72, lives in Tumwater. She teaches yoga at the YMCA. She remarried 5 years ago and has two sons, (360) 790-3286.
Elizabeth (Betsy) (Lynch) Delay, ’74, returned to Olympia in 2006. She is married with four children and six grandchildren. She works for Eli Lilly and Company as executive representative.
Jayne (Austin) Salisbury, ’74, teaches 1st grade at Evergreen School District in Vancouver, Washington,(360) 607-0763.
Gail (Sutterfield) Rees,’74, lives in Tumwater. She is recently retired and is moving to Port Ludlow after 36 years in Tumwater.
Wendy Crawford, ’75, lives in Olympia. She retired 11 years ago, and relaxes at home.
Jonathan Huizenga,’75, starting a new church in Cedar Springs, Michigan.
Stuart Miles-McLean, ’75, has worked over 30 years for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Wash DC. He has worked under seven U.S. Presidents.
Steve Rees, ’75, is moving to Port Ludlow after 36 years in Tumwater…
Robert Barrett, ’76, lives in Tumwater. He recently retired from the state, (360) 786-6719.
Marya Fuller, ’76, has practiced law in Olympia for 34 years, (360) 866-9098.
Brenda (Cannon) Mason,’76, lives in Kent. She retired in 2020 after 40 years in financial and accounting.
Tricia (Hensel) Smith, ’76, lives in Spokane, retired after 35 years in public education.
Ron Harpel, ’79, lives in Tacoma, and recently completed additions and modernization of the OHS campus
Leslie Lindskog, ’80, is a lingonberry farmer in Skagit Valley, (206) 335-3140.
Kristin (Lowell) Blakeslee, ’81, is mother of three OHS graduates. She does community volunteer work, (360) 701-2637.
Paul Nghiem, ’81, is a professor of dermatology at the University of Washington, and runs a skin cancer research lab.
Diane (Brugger) Sokolik,’81, has lived in Olympia 36 years. She has two kids who are OHS graduates. Diane works at Twinstar Credit Union. She likes to travel and play golf, (360) 790-4183.
Jena (Embry) Loes, ’82, is a graduate of The Evergreen State College, married for 33years with two children. She is director of operations for Homes First. Jena enjoys traveling abroad and around the U.S. (360) 349-3235.
Rob Martin, ’84, is a senior marketing manager for HollandAmerica Line in Seattle.
Delores (Howdeshell) Vavrinec, ’86, is a writer who published a book recently, a Christiananthology. She lives in Olympia, (360) 491-3411.
Jens (Egerton) Eventyr, ’89, has been married since ’96 and has two daughters. She works onconstruction including boat building, (360) 259-8990.
Eric Sullivan, ’89, works at the Thurston County Treasurer’s Office as a Revenue Officer. He’s a wrestling coach at Capital High School, and Olympia Kiwanian and a FSC Board member. Eric likes golfing.
Jodie (Nesbitt) Arneson,’94, works at the Washington State Care Authority. She has a daughter who will be a future Oly BEAR!
Claire van Eenwyk, ’95, lives in Durham, NC, and works as a physician(allergist/immunologist)