Add notes to remember our classmates that are deceased ---
William Anthony Robert Cobb Grant Moore
Caryn Shackleford Carleen Sims Taylor Steele
Gayle Scott Shirley Phil Wylie Cindy Scott
Amy Sherman Farrell Snotherly Laura Lyon
Laura Hinkle David Sweeney Mary Ann Atwater
Mary "Bee" Borden Bell James Reese Cheryl Everhart
Sherwin Poff Pam Turner Chuck Groves
Anita Greeson Michael Landreth Dennis Tucker
Cynthia Ann Constance Pegram Sandy Frazier
Jimmy Carter Nancy McNulty Sharon Chavis
Steve Tallant Kim McGregor Wayne Todd "Gent" Gentry, Jr.
Eric Logan Greg Howard Richardson
Greg Richardson was the older brother I never had. He was one of my closest friends. Over the past 40 years, we were fortunate enough to participate in some of the most incredible and outlandish adventures. He was the most optimistic person I've ever known. I'll forever miss the chance to grow old with my dear friend.
I'm so sorry to hear about all of these former classmates. I knew so many of them.I'm sure all of them are missed very much. Perhap we should start a memorial wall with a brief bio of all those that have passed.
Richardson, Greg Howard Loving husband, father, son, cousin, and friend, age 58, passed away unexpectedly on October 23, 2011 at his home in Salt Lake City, UT. Born July 19, 1953 in San Francisco to Howard and Janie Lee Richardson, married Michelle Soerens October 7, 1989 in North Myrtle Beach, SC. Proud Tar Heel and member of the National Ski Patrol. Greg is survived by his wife, daughter Alexandra, son Austin, father Howard, and brother Drew. A service celebrating his life will be held Saturday, November 12, 2011 at one o-clock in the afternoon at Wheatland Salem United Methodist Church, 1852 W. 95th Street, Naperville, IL 60564. Reception immediately following the service. A memorial fund has been established to further the college educations of Greg's children. Checks should be made to Michelle Richardson and can be sent directly to Community Bank and Trust, 604 North 8th Street, Sheboygan, WI 53081.
Published in Naperville Sun on November 2, 2011
To Paul Okenka,
Looking forward to speaking with you and Tony about my good friend and chemistry class partner, Sharon.
Hi Elwood good to hear from you. Tony Chavis is Sharon's Brother and he says hello to you and stated his sister and our friend Sharon passed in 1998. We'll talk at the reunion! Hope to see you there!
Does anyone know what happened to Sharon Chavis? I saw her at the 20th reunion, then I became very busy during two military overseas assignments. I tried to call her upon my return, but there wasn't any answer and no one seemed to know what happened to her.
Gent was the person who organized the 20 year reunion.
Does anyone have some details about how or when Farrell passed? Tom Gore
Saddened to see so many names that I remember...dear friends, and aquaintances if only briefly...they still were all apart of our past at Page. We were all so young and full of dreams and anxious for our futures to begin...here we are now...some of us feeling our age now, but grateful to be here and looking forward to seeing old friends! I haven't been to a reunion in 20 years! Sorry that some of my best friends have passed, will miss seeing all of them. Hope there will be a Memorial for all of them at the reunion!
Linda asked what happened to Caryn Shackelford. She died of microplasmic pneumonia in 1982. She had 3 children at the time. I believe they were 2, 4 and 6 years old.
Some of these great folks were in my first grade class. Some I met when they were allowed to come to our school in the fifth grade. Several were some of the closest and best friends I ever had at the time. I'm certain I passed the others in the PHS hallways. In some form each and everyone of the good folks have shaped my life into who I am today. In knowing them and all of our friends living and passed I find much joy throughout my life. So when I pass may you not see it as such a sad day but remember all the good and bad but mostly FUN times. It's really been a pleasure to know you all. Let's all meet again in the year 2071.
I forgot to answer the question people were asking about "Laura". She passed away August 11, 2010 after a long battle with cancer.She had four children and four grandchildren.
Your smile and that great laugh of yours will be greatly missed.Thank you for all the wonderful memories you left with so many.Laura you will be greatly missed, but I guess it was time to share you with the angels, so you could get your wings.
So sorry to see all these listings. May they all rest in peace. I was a close friend with David Sweeney. Does anyone have info on his passing?
Does anyone know what happened to Bee Bell, Chuck Groves, Laura Lyon or Caryn Shackleford?
It is indeed sad to see the names here. Does anyone know what happened to William (Tony) Anthony? Also, I believe you spell Cynthia Ann Constant Pegram's name "Constance."
Please add Kim McGregor He passed in Bridgeport, Ct in 2008
So sad to see so many names.
Did not know most of these old friends had passed. Many of the names bring back some very pleasant memories, sorry they are gone.
Thanks Susie for correcting the spelling of Steve's last name.
Definitely include Steve Tallant (correct spelling). Thanks.
James "Jimmy" Carter should be added. I think he passed last Sept.
Steve Talent should be added.
Does anyone know details about Farrell? How recent was this? Reading these names is akin to having a panic attack.
Did not realize that we had lost Mary Ann , Cheryl, Phil, and all the others listed here. So sad so many that made us smile are not with us now.
Chuck Groves died around 1993.
So sad to hear about old friends that have passed. I was deeply saddened to hear about Mary Ann Atwater and Laura Lyon. Their find memories will remain with me forever. I promise I will mention your memories at the next reunion! God Bless!
Also, need to add Anita Greeson, Michael Landreth and Dennis Tucker
You need to add Cynthia Ann Constant Pegram she died of cancer 2/9/2010
Married to Danny Pegram Class of 1970
It is tough reading some of these names , not being aware of their passing.I hope someone will do an "in Memorium" display or something for the reunion.
i surely did not know of mary ann's passing...so sad...it does bring tears and a heavy heart to see all those names...such sweet wonderful friends...may God Bless....Bev
IT'S SO SAD TO SEE THE NAMES THERE OF PEOPLE
WE SPENT OUR YOUTH WITH! WE WILL REMEMBER ALL OF YOU, ALWAYS. YOU HELPED MAKE 1971 THE CLASS TO REMEMBER!!!!!