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Jackie Hague (Longmire)
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Retired Married 2

After high school and college, I moved to California working in San Francisco for an insurance company and later in San Ramon, Azusa, and El Monte for Aerospace companies.  

Have two wonderful children, a boy and a girl.  In 1980, I moved to Lacey, Wa. and married Gary Longmire (class of 58) and now share Gary's two children.  Between us we have six grandchildren.  We both worked for the State of Washington in information processing.  I retired in 1997.

in 1996 we moved to Grapeview, Wa. and love it here.  We live on the small island Treasure Island with a one-lane bridge.  It is a very rural community and we have met so many wonderful people.  The life here is easy and enjoy being involved with community projects.

We spend several months during the winter in our motorhome.  Seeing different areas of the United States has been great and our favorite trip was to Alaska. 

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Linda Hamilton (Porter)
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Milton-Freewater -- Linda Kay Porter, 59, of 1110 Lamb Street died July 2, 2000 at St. Mary Medical Center.

Linda was born June 23, 1941, in Walla Walla to Silas and Lena Dowell Hamilton.  She attended local schools, graduated in 1959 from Walla Walla High School and attended Walla Walla Community College.

On June 28, 1963, she married Lloyd Rutherford.  They later divorced.  She was a disabled veteran of the U.S. Navy and had been a convenience store clerk.

An avid Seattle Mariners fan, she also enjoyed making crafts, working and being with her children and grandchildren.

Survivors include two sons, Scott Rutherford of Milton-Freewater and Ringo Rutherford of Spokane; three sisters, Donna Carlson of Kennewick, Sandy Seppo of Duluth, Minn., and Jo Chapman of Ukiah, Calif.; 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her daughter, Rosa Rutherford in 1996; and a grandson, Derek Henry in 1999.

(note:  obit dated 7-6-2000)
Elizabeth "Liz" Hardin (Stockburger)
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Myrna Hardin (Martin)
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Betty Hayden (Schmierer)
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Sandy Hays (Warren)
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Arthur Heilbrun
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Deceased

b.  18 April 1938

d.  09 Jan 1978, in Josephine County, OR
Buddy Heimbigner
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Retired School Administrator Married 3
Spouse:  Jan
Children:  2 Sons & 1 Daughter
Grandchildren:  3 Grandsons & 4 Granddaughters
Activities/Hobbies:  Golf, Fishing,  & Drinking good wine

Hello from Buddy to our Wa-hi class of 59. I'll bring you up to date after 50 years have passed. After graduation I spent one quarter at CBC and then dropped out and went to work at the then Channel 22 TV station which failed after one year on the air; my fault? I then went to San Diego and worked in a TV station there for about 6 months. I returned to WW and reenrolled at CBC for 2 yrs. and then on to Central Wash. where I graduated in '66 with a BA in Ed. I also married during that time.  I then taught for 2 years in Beaverton, Or. I returned to Central in 68 and received my M ED in Sch. Admin. and became a principal in Kettle Falls, Wa. I left there in 73 and took a position as an elem. principal in Walla Walla for 23 years, retiring in 1966. With my first wife, Kathy, we had a son, John (nearing 42) and daughter Jennifer, (nearing 38). We divorced in 74 and I remarried in 75 to Janet, celebrating our 34th this May. Jan has a son Jeff, nearing 41. All three live on the west side from Seattle to Olympia. After her retirement in 2000, we moved to Kauai, Hawaii and were there until selling our condo in Feb. of 2006, returning to WW in Mar. of that year. We purchased a new home in WW last June and are really enjoying it. I'm really looking forward to our reunion and seeing old friends and reestablishing contacts with our classmates. Best wishes to all and may you have a safe journey to our 50th. Sincerely, Buddy  (PS, my correct email address is: heimbj1@msn.com - note the #1)
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Kay Henderson (Hagen)
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Retired - Property Manager Married 4
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Kay Hagen, January 4, 1941 - May 16, 2014

SALEM - At her request, no services will be held. Arrangements are by Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service.

Published in Statesman Journal on May 20, 2014.

A Celebration of Life was held on Saturday, June 21 (2:00~4:00 PM)
at St Paul's Episcopal Church, 1444 Liberty St, SE Salem 97302



A condolences book can be found at:

http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/statesmanjournal/kay-hagen-condolences/171073695?cid=full


Spouse:  Leon
Children:  One Son and three Daughters
Grandchildren:  2 Grandsons and 3 Granddaughters
Activities/Hobbies:  Family, Reading, Cooking, Gardening, Traveling in RV
 
Leon and I met in the old Walla Walla Public Library where I was working. He was attending Summer School at WWC. We married December 20, 1959. Our daughter, Becky, was born in 1961 in Redlands, California. Leon was helping his father in construction in the summer.
 
We moved to Salem in the Fall for Law School at Willamette. We liked it so well we have lived here since. Leo was born in 1962, Kim in 1964, and Cari in 1972. We needed more space and built our dream house on nine acres East of Salem. We landscaped and planted fruit trees. At different times we raised cattle and sheep. Now we have two Llamas and several chickens. This has been a wonderful place to raise our family.
 
Leon retired as an Administrative Law Judge in 1993. We enjoy traveling in our RV. This is especially convenient for me as I have Diabetes and controlling my food schedule and intake helps me maintain good control. We visit our children and grandchildren (5) often. Our life together has been richly blessed!
Pat Herring (Lucarelli)
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Retired Operations Mgr. Cold Storage Married 3
 
 
Spouse:  John
Children:  2 Sons & 1 Daughter
Grandchildren:  3 Grandsons & 5 Granddaughters
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Kids and grandkids and attending their activities, sewing, quilting, scrapbooking, traveling, gardening lots of roses, spending time with family and good friends.
My husband, John (class of ’57) and I got engaged upon graduating and married in January 1960. At that time I was working for Walla Walla Federal Savings and Loan. The following July I left employment there and went to work for the US Army Corps. of Engineers as a secretary.
 
Our first son, Tony, was born in 1961 and our second son, Mike, followed in 1963. I was a stay-at-home Mom for many years, working only part time for the payroll division of General Foods. Our daughter, Susie, was born in 1968. I continued working part time for General Foods when they needed extra office help. In 1971 I was hired by Terminal Ice & Cold Storage, a refrigerated/frozen warehouse facility, working part time in the office. Years later I began full time, retiring from there as Operations Manager in 2004 after 32 years of service. The company had become known as Americold Logistics. Johnny is retired from over 30 years of service with Coca Cola and a lifetime of farming.
 
Walla Walla has always been our home. Tony and Kelly and their two daughters, ages 23 and 18, live in Portland, Oregon. Mike and Renee and their three children, ages 15, 13, and 11, live in Sammamish, Washington. Susie and John and their three children, ages 16, 14, and 9, built a home next door to us in 1994, giving us the chance to spend very valuable time almost daily with them. We love attending all of their sports activities and also follow closely the Wa-Hi Blue Devils basketball team for which our son-in-law, John, is head coach. We had the pleasure of following them to Seattle/Tacoma this past March for the State Tournament.
 
Retirement is as wonderful as everyone ever told us it would be. Many days pass and I wonder how I ever had time to work at a professional job. We have a large yard, around 100 roses, and acreage that requires Johnny’s care, where, in the past we grew carrots, spinach and onions. Spending time with our three children and all of our grandchildren is one of our favorite pastimes, along with numerous hobbies. I do a lot of sewing, quilting, scrapbooking, and yard work. We love heading to both Portland and Sammamish to spend time with our out-of-town kids and grandkids. We also enjoy other travels and have taken some very wonderful trips, including a three week vacation to Italy with three other couples in 2001. Cannon Beach on the Oregon Coast is also one of our favorite places to vacation. Spending time with good friends and family has always been and continues to be very important to us.
 
It doesn’t seem possible it has been 50 years since we left Wa-Hi and all the fun memories of friends, clubs, sponsors, shuffle shop, Spudnut, and the list goes on.   Let’s get together and reminisce.   See you in August!
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