EHS Class of ‘68 seeks classmates

Several classmates have been unable to be contacted for the upcoming reunion.

The Enumclaw High School class of 1968 is holding their 50 year class reunion at the Men’s Club at the Enumclaw Golf Course on Oct. 13, 2018.

Several classmates have been unable to be contacted, and the class would like help in locating these individuals.

• Randy Bailey

•Tom Barrett

• Ray Barton

• Wayne Bastin

• Kathy Berge

• Bruce Butcher

• Elton Clark

• Kathy Cassaday

• Cathy Cavanaugh

• Barbara Christiansen

• Vicki Coutts

• Linda DeJong

• Gary Duncan

• Francene Dyer

• Fred Elder

• Jon Foos

• Gary Garris

• Mike Gill

• Phyllis Gray

• Steve Hammerberg

• Janice Harrison

• Mark Harston

• Margann Hawks

• Don Heinrichs

• Marvin Hudson

• Don Hutchings

• Shirley Johnson

• Jim Kobe

• Marilyn Kravagna

• Julie Kuzaro

• John Larsen

• Tressia Lee

• Jay Lewis

• Nancy Lochridge

• Jane Locke

• Suzanne Long

• Diane Maines

• Stan Mariotti

• Bing Markus

• Carol McGinnis

• Carol McKinney

• Joe McLaughlin

• Marc Meadows

• Mike Meyer

• Dennis Michel

• Mike Michel

• Lain Moss

• Bart Nelson

• Forrest Nelson

• Alan Ogard

• Rick Olson

• Gale Pete

• Floyd Pogorelc

• Steve Polson

• Larry Porter

• Ray Ratliff

• Jeanne Retzlaff

• Dick Suan

• Sherri Schnur

• Sharon Schreiber

• Linda Shultz

• Gary Shane

• Wayne Sharp

• Terry Shelton

• Julia Skreen

• Jon Smith

• Rita Smith

• Terry Smith

• Chris Snapp

• Rick Thomas

• Ronald Thompson

• Janice Todnem

• Linda Vandenberg

• Carla Wakefield

• Cheryl Wellman

• Bill West

• Melodee Wiley

• Gerald Wilkinson

• Florence Williams

• Laura Williams

Please contact Ellen Gleason at cumberlandwife@yahoo.com with any information.


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