Classmates sought for 50-year EHS reunion

The Enumclaw High School graduating class of 1967 is preparing for a 50-year reunion and organizers are looking for some missing classmates.

  • Tuesday, June 13, 2017 11:00am
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The Enumclaw High School graduating class of 1967 is preparing for a 50-year reunion and organizers are looking for some missing classmates.

The reunion is set for Oct. 14.

Contact information is being sought for: Leroy Anderson, Norma Annas, Bob Barnes, Brent Bell, Pat Breeding, Carol Bristor-Osborne, Linda Bush, Dennis Carmichael, Steve Clark, Michael Floyd, Kristine Hannas-McFadden, Gail Harrison, Chuck Henry, Pamela Hiatt-Brux, Lynn Hodgson-Carroll, Steve Hoksbergen, Ron Husby, Vicki Jamieson, Shirley Johnson-Haddock, Diana Knock-Peters, Judy Lamb, William Lance, Linda Larson, Bob Lichtenberg, David McPherson, Judith Maines, Sylvia Matlock, Tom Mollenberg, David Orne, Delores Quimby, Christin Roberts, Dick St. Clair, Beverly Swain, Greg Teeter, John Templin, Nancy VanTrojan-Bonrud, Kathy Wasmer-Woods, Sue Watson, Virginia Woods, Marcia Yule-Gregerson.

Information about any missing classmate can be forwarded to: Susan Abramson Box at or 253-486-3969; Pam Sonneson Wik, 360-829-1240; Linda Ramshak Giles, or 253-632-2184; or Debbie Van Wieringen Mallery, or 253-350-1488.

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