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•   Frances Williams (Brown)  12/27
•   James (Jim) Alden  11/5
•   John E. Irby  6/22
•   Jim van der Heyden  5/8
•   Tom Clark  1/3
•   Wendy L Heppenstall (Vermeulen Kuusela)  12/31
•   Ron Kolberg  9/8
•   Jan Wilson  8/8
•   Marsha Danielson (Thompson)  5/4
•   George Johnson Noone  8/23
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in Alabama
2 live in Arizona
7 live in California
1 lives in Colorado
1 lives in Florida
1 lives in Montana
1 lives in Nevada
1 lives in New Mexico
2 live in Oregon
1 lives in Tennessee
3 live in Texas
1 lives in Utah
1 lives in Virginia
51 live in Washington
1 lives in West Virginia
1 lives in British Columbia
52 location unknown


•   Steve Ross  12/8
•   Shannon Robinson  12/11
•   Marilyn King (Schmalz)  12/18
•   Cathy Corner (Luongo)  1/5


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Bothell Senior High School
Class Of 1959

   Welcome to the Bothell High School Class Of 1959 web site.  

  If you are new to this site - please click on  the "Classmate Profiles" on the left; find your name; then enter information to your profile. You create your own Password. 

Don't worry about this site being used for spam or anything such as that. . . Class Creator has assured us that they will not allow it.  This site is still in the "construction" phase, so please send an email through the Contact Us link with suggestions.  

Then take a look at what others are saying in their "Profile". They will have the "check mark" next to their name.  Enjoy !   ~Administrator



So, the Class of ’59 picnic was another grand success.  After missing last year because of the Covid-19 pandemic everyone was delighted to see each other again.  Yes, they agreed, we are all getting older and with that the normal processes of aging.  But who cares.  They were glad they made the trip to Park’s home in Lake Forest Park and again, a BIG Thank You to Park for his hosting the picnic. 

During the sharing of “what’s been going on with you?” department Park said he had just come back from a cruise to Alaska. “And it was wonderful” he said.  Wouldn’t ya’ know that this started the conversation of what if we planned a class cruise for our 65th (my golly that number is big) reunion. It is still in the development stages, obviously, and it would not be until sometime in summer/fall of 2024.  Jan W. still has contacts in the travel industry and there are several cruise lines that start out here in Seattle and head up the inside passage with a few stops along the way.  Does that interest you?

We don’t know what kind of numbers the cruise lines would need in order to receive a reduced price and we don’t want to hold anybody to this informal poll to see what interest is generated for the trip, but think about it then drop a line to Jan Wilson:   Just click on this link and your computer will open a new email.  Put in the subject line,  65th CRUISE.  It was even suggested that we could invite other graduation year classmates that we still have contact information about. 

We have plenty of time to investigate this new adventure for the Class, so we are going to keep this notice on the home page of the class website.  This will keep it fresh in your memory cells each time you visit the site.    Bon Voyage !