Portland Oregon Reunion 2016
- The reunion was a tremendous success!
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- When was it? September 20 thru 22, 2016
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John said, “I am survived by the love of my life, Nancy, son Nik and his family, stepsons Scott Hiner and Chad Hiner and their families, sister Linda and her family and Nancy’s brother Carl and his wife Mary.
There will be no services. I don’t like to be the center of attention.”
Jeanne was a resident of Roswell Georgia at the time of her passing. She died of a sudden heart-attack. Jeanne is survived by her husband Dave, 2 daughters (names to follow), 3 grand children (Kate, Parker, and Christian).
Brad “Kip” Sullivan passed away on Friday, May 6, 2016.
Kip was a resident of Kalispell, Montana at the time of his passing.
Funeral Services will be held on Saturday May 14 2016 at 2 :00 p.m at the Journey Church in Kalispell MT. Buffalo Hill Funeral Home is caring for the family.
Michael Rhodes, 69, was pronounced dead at 6:16 p.m. Thursday after he was taken to Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise. Mike was a dear friend to most of us. He was very troubled personally over the past 10+ years. He was very intelligent and well educated. He leaves behind a son and ex-wife who live in Houston Texas
James B. Neilson of Thousand Oaks, CA passed away on February 22, 2016 at his home surrounded by his wife and daughters after a long-fought battle with cancer. Jim was born on March 21, 1941 in Salt Lake City, UT
Jim taught Government, U.S. History and Economics at Bishop Kelly High School in Boise, ID from 1964-1970. During that time he also served as the varsity basketball and baseball coach. (See page 61 of Reunion Book)
Welcome to Bishop Kelly High School Class of 1965
The Bishop Kelly High School, Class of 1965 was the greatest group of friends imaginable. Most of our classmates grew up together: preschool, elementary, high school, even college for some. There were many events that bound us together: Christianity, sports, dances, births, deaths, old school (St. Teresa’s), new school (BK), and being socially involved in each others lives, day-in and day- out. Our lives were so intertwined, it is hard to figure out how or why we ever managed to move away from one another. This class was “American Graffiti”. Many loses that pull at our heart-strings include several friends never forgotten.
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