ROSEMEAD HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS OF 1967

 

Last Update: Oct 29, 2016

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RHS Class of 1967 - 50-Year Reunion

SPRING - 2017

RHS Class pf 1967 - 50-Year Reunion Weekend
REUNION PACKAGE IS NOW AVAILABLE ON THIS WEBSITE!!

Date: Friday - September 8, 2017
No-Host "Meet & Greet" in Hotel Suite/Balcony

Date: Saturday - September 9, 2017
Reunion Dinner/Dance in Hotel Ballroom

Date: Sunday - September 10, 2017
Informal Breakfast in Hotel Restaurant

Location: FourPoints by Sheraton Ventura Harbor

Forms and Additional Information regarding the 40-Year Reunion can be found under the "Reunions" tab above. Click on "Reunions" and then "50-Year Reunion".

Contact Becky Stoney Bautista at bbbbautista@roadrunner.com if you have additional questions.


RHS '67 50-YEAR REUNION ANNOUNCEMENT
REUNION DATE: Sometime in 2017


Please complete the 50-Year Reunion Questionaire and return to Becky Stoney Bautista by June 30, 2016.

Check back for updates after July 1, 2016.

Questions?

Contact Becky Stoney Bautista
bbbautista@roadrunner.com


EVENTS ANNOUNCEMENT
January 8, 2012

Aloha Classmates -- And, as we welcome 2012, Happy REUNION Year!!

The following 45-Year Reunion Committee Members just got back from a reunion venue visit:

Kathy (August) Jiminez
Cheryl (Baurhenn) McDaniel
Debbie (Frame) Schopper
Pam Martin
Shirley (Murillo) Delgado
Jerri (Georgia Quinones) Alvera
Becky Stoney Bautista
Andrea Szeredy

And we've got great news to share with you about our 45-Year Class Reunion!

We've found the perfect place!

Rosemead High School - Class of 1967
45-YEAR REUNION WEEKEND

Sheraton Four Points Hotel - Ventura Harbor

"No Host" Reception - Friday evening, September 14, 2012
Golf Tournament - Saturday Morning, September 15, 2012
Reunion Dinner/Dance - Saturday Evening, September 15, 2012
Optional Classmates Breakfast - Sunday, September 16, 2012

Contact: Becky Stoney Bautista

We hope to have the details/contracts finalized within the next few days -- and we are planning to have a reunion package in the mail to the classmates listed in the class directory before the end of January.

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The Bautista 'Ohana
2296 Oldridge Drive
Hacienda Heights, CA 91745-5637
eMail: bbbautista@roadrunner.com
phone: (626) 961-3742


May 4, 2011

A sad note... RHS '67 Classmate, Christine (Steck) Lambert, passed away on Thursday, April 28, 2011, in a hospital near her home in Pacifica, California. Chris, who loved antiques, owned and managed a small antiques business. She is survived by her husband, Steve, their children, and two granddaughters. There will be no formal service; instead, close friends and relatives will gather in a Celebration of Life in Chris' honor. In lieu of flowers, cards and remembrances would be appreciated. Please send to Chris' husband, Steve Lambert, 1528 Terra Nova Boulevard, Pacifica, California 94044.


September 2009

Friend and former RHS teacher, Mr. Bill Gallagher, passed away on Labor Day, September 7, 2009

May your heart be warm and happy
With the lilt of Irish laughter,
Every day in every way
And forever and ever after.

-- An Irish Blessing


RHS '67 PLANS 60TH BIRTHDAY PARTY!
A 60th birthday party for the Rosmead High School Class of 1967 is planned for August 8, 2009. For more information and for a copy of the event flyer (with RSVP form), click on the following:

o Flyer
o Event Information

We're at the point in our lives where "Senior Moment" will soon take on a whole new meaning... So why not CELEBRATE this milestone together!

SATURDAY - AUGUST 8, 2009
6:00 PM until ??
at
The American Legion - East Pasadena Post 280
179 No. Vinedo Avenue
Pasadena, California 91107

Make your plans TODAY to be a party of the birthday celebration!!


UPDATE - SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER 2008
CLASSMATE NEWS & UPDATES

by Becky Stoney Bautista

Following her critically acclaimed first book, NO ONE'S SON, a new book by author, artist, and RHS '67 Classmate, GAIL (KOLL) PICADO, has just been published. A copy of Gail's latest book, WHAT MADE THE MOUNTAINS, which Gail also illustrated, can be obtained by contacting Gail directly at picadog@peoplepc.com.

On October 15, 2008, several RHS '67 Classmates met at Di Pilla's Italian Restaurant in Rosemead to celebrate Gail's latest success. Front Row, left to right: Jeri (Georgia Quinones) Alvera, Cheryl (Baurhenn) McDaniel, Pamela Martin, and Debbie (Frame) Schopper. Standing, left to right: Gail (Koll) Picado, Shirley (Murillo) Delgado, and Becky Stoney Bautista.

'Got Together With A Classmate Or Classmates Lately?Have You 'Done Something Fun, Exciting or Special Recently? Did You Move or Just Get Back From A Wonderful Vacation? Are You Involved In A Club, Community Group, or Charity? Did You Recently Celebrate A Milestone Anniversary, Retire, Start A New Career, or Take Up A New Sport or Hobby? Maybe You Got Married or You're A New Grandparent (maybe even a GREAT-Grandparent...)? If you have Classmate News you'd like to share, send an e-mail -- with photos if you have any -- to me at bbbautista@roadrunner.com. We'd love to hear from YOU!! -- Becky



UPDATE - JULY & AUGUST 2008
CLASSMATE NEWS & UPDATES

by Becky Stoney Bautista

GARY MOTT and his wife, Jean, have settled into their new home in Blanchard, Oklahoma. You may remember that Gary was unable to attend the reunion last summer because torrential rainstorms and bad weather in the Midwest impacted construction work on his homesite. Gary, who really enjoys golf, had been looking forward to vacationing from his Air Force duties in Oklahoma and playing in the Sunrise Golf Tournament with us. You may contact Gary at his new email address: gjmott@pldi.net.

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GEORGIA (FRENCH) NELSON and husband, David, are living in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Georgia, a senior executive with Southern California Edison/Edison International for many years, retired after a successful and distinguished business career. Georgia is not really "retired" however... She still works several days a month on behalf of various interests and involvements. Georgia can be reached at geopti@aol.com.

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While vacationing in Cherokee County, Kansas, I got to spend a day with JACKIE (ZIEGLER) STROBL, who lives in Webb City, Missouri. Jackie, formerly a loan officer in the automotive industry, now manages her real estate holdings and owns an online antiques & collectibles business. Her son, daughter & son-in-law, and her two cute-as-can-be grandchildren, live nearby. Zipping around town in Jackie's BRIGHT ORANGE VOLKSWAGON, we attended a farm auction and visited Jackie's booths in a local antique store. You can send a note to Jackie at vwbtlfan@hotmail.com.

(Ziegler) Strobl (left) and Becky Stoney Bautista
Jackie (Ziegler) Strobl (left) and Becky Stoney Bautista enjoy catching up in Webb City, Missouri.


UPDATE - JUNE 18, 2008

Aloha Dear Friends & Classmates,

Funeral Services were held for RHS '67 Classmate & Friend Baldwin "Bud" Nainoa Kalama, Jr., on Tuesday, June 17, 2008, at the LDS Chapel in Yucca Valley.  Bud suffered a fatal heart attack on June 10, 2008.

Our floral tribute, a beautiful, oversized, triple-orchid lei, created for us by Cindy's Leis in Honolulu, was draped on the altar behind the casket throughout the service. On the front of the card, attached to the burgundy-maroon lei ribbon, was a hand-drawn RHS home game football jersey, with "33." On the reverse was Bud's senior high school photo surrounded by a lei. The text, "Aloha Nui Loa Dear Friend & Classmate - RHS Class of 1967," was beneath the photo.

Following the family viewing (8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.), in which I took part, the casket was closed and Pallbearers Ron Kalama (Bud's brother), sons Nainoa Kalama, Ilima Kalama & Lukela Kalama, and family members Tyler Rivas, Kevin Cook, Jeff & Nainoa Nicholsen led the procession into the chapel. The family casket piece was a magnificent arrangement of white anthurium, white Hawaiian naupaka, white Hawaiian protea, white double carnations, long-stem white roses, and white ti leaf.

Bud's younger sister, Keahi Scholer, served as chorister. Cousin Wayne Kalama offered the opening prayer. Bud's daughter, Lani Nicholsen, was the first of the four Kalama children to eulogize their father. With remarkable poise, Lani, Nainoa, Ilima, and Lukela each shared thoughts and insight regarding their father. Bud's brother, sons and nephews harmonized in beautiful, memorable acapalla voice to sing "Going Home." Bud's brother, Ron, and fellow San Bernardino Sheriff Officer/LDS Bishop Jeff Prudholm were the speakers. Bud's sister, Kathleen Kelsey, finalized the service in prayer. The recession music was "Aloha Oe'."

It was during the recession that I noticed that every pew in the chapel was completely filled, the sliding curtain at the back of the chapel had been opened, the entire basketball court, stage area, and foyer was completely filled with mourners. It was "standing room only" throughout the entire complex. There were well over 350 people in the building.

Following the service, our lei tribute was draped over the family piece, where it remained throughout the burial service and internment.

At Montecito Memorial Cemetery in Colton, Gary Alba and I watched as the gravesite was dedicated by Bishop Carl Fonoimoana. The San Bernardino Sheriff's Color Guard, including a bagpiper, were a part of the gravesite service. As mourners gathered together under trees to await the arrival of the hearse, a windchime tinkled in the soft breeze.

It was a very warm day and the final service was brief. As the casket was lowered, Bud's widow, Carol, led the group with her floral aloha. Family members and other attendees followed. In addition to a collection of shell leis and Hawaiian salt from the Kaululaau 'Ohana, I left a kukui nut and mock orange lei from the RHS Class of 1966 on behalf of Mark Bell and his RHS '66 Classmates.

Led by Cousin Valerie Kalama, some family members gathered to sing "To You Sweetheart, Aloha." We stood together around the gravesite and sang "Aloha 'Oe" in Hawaiian and English to conclude the service.

Although I needed to head for home, the day concluded with a repast held at a hall in Menifee.

I pray that each of you will remain strong, well, and in God's hands.

-- Becky

Becky Stoney Bautista
Rosemead High School, Class of 1967


RHS '67 40-YEAR REUNION EVENT - JULY 6, 7 & 8, 2007

July 6, 7 & 8, 2007 About the 40-Year Reunion: News & Photos
Pre-Reunion Information - Letter to Classmates
Pre-Reunion Invitation & Information
Reunion Reminder Notice


UPDATE - JUNE 21, 2007

June 19, 2007 - Marinelli Stadium Dedication

To include news & updates to this page, please contact Becky Stoney Bautista at bbbautista@roadrunner.com


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