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•   Connie Proctor (Mull)  5/11
•   Ileen Taylor (Robinette)  5/7
•   Earl Henstra  4/28
•   Marva Burrows (Hancock)  4/1
•   Charles Groberg  2/14
•   DeAnn Ekins (Barnson)  1/13
•   Ronnie Burge  1/3
•   Ronald Young  12/18
•   Kenneth Greenwell  12/11
•   Larry Maw  12/11
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•   Jim Maynard Keller


•   Ileen Taylor (Robinette)  5/24
•   Gary Kite  5/26
•   Sharon Nelson (Groberg)  5/29
•   Alton Turnbow  6/5
•   Ray Peterson  6/6
•   John Rhees  6/6
•   Allen Jensen  6/7
•   Jim Mann  6/11
•   Kent Dawson  6/13
•   Eldon Meibos  6/13
•   Richard Gooch  6/16
•   Sharon Staker (Muirbrook)  6/17
•   John D'Agnillo  6/20
•   Jim Smout  6/21



Who lives where - click links below to find out.

2 live in Alabama
2 live in Alaska
6 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
18 live in California
3 live in Colorado
1 lives in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
7 live in Idaho
1 lives in Maryland
1 lives in Michigan
1 lives in Mississippi
1 lives in Missouri
2 live in Montana
1 lives in Nebraska
7 live in Nevada
1 lives in North Carolina
1 lives in Ohio
2 live in Oklahoma
12 live in Oregon
1 lives in Tennessee
1 lives in Texas
238 live in Utah
5 live in Washington
3 live in Wyoming
1 lives in British Columbia
1 lives in Thailand
16 location unknown


Know the email address of a missing Classmate? Click here to contact them!


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 48.4%

A:   166   Joined
B:   177   Not Joined


Support the Class!  

Donations can be made by PayPal, or any credit card.  Any amount's appreciated! Donations support class activities such as reunions (and this website!).  



The official site of the Warrior Class of 1962!  

"For Weber High we stand..."

New: Click here to see what classmates are posting on the site

(This page also always available from the new button on the top)

New: Click here for Audio - "A Day at Weber '62" (& some oldies)

In Memory Notices

(updated November 23, 2014)

The Committee has learned of the passings of three more classmates.

Mike Merrill of Layton passed away on November 14, 2014 (Click here for his obituary). 

Gary M. Stokes of North Ogden passed away on May 20, 2014 (Click here for his obituary). 

Julia Joy Gehrlein Richesson of Ogden left us on July 23, 2013 (Click here for her obit).

As previously posted, Keith Wayment passed away on March 31st of this year. (Click here for obituary)  He passed away in Twin Falls, ID.

In Memory pages will posted in their names after we finish gathering materials.  If any classmates have any materials, e.g., pictures, memories or info not in the obituary to share, please contact us.

  3/9/14:   There is a major development to share about the site....

The good folks at Class Creator have been busy folks.

And their new way of making the whole site work inside of facebook (called "Class Connection") looks REALLY good.  (On computers at least - so far we haven't seen it work on phones or tablets.)

 In fact, we're guessing this is how some will choose to participate on the site.  (Not to worry, though. If you like the way things are, or just don't use facebook - the separate page will also continue to exist for years to come - and the original site does definitely work on phones and tablets.) 

 The buttons and tabs for doing things are in different places - and there's some new tools exclusive to facebook, but virtually the WHOLE SITE is live on facebook now. 

So, if you have a facebook account and want to try it out, just click on the "Try Class Connection" text on the upper right of the Home page - or on the facebook logo and "join our class" as well. They'll both take you there.

There's a lot to share about this - e.g., once you're a site member on Class Connection, you can instantly get to the site from anywhere on facebook  simply by typing "Class Connection" into the facebook search bar. And can set things up so you get facebook notifications of posts, pictures, comments, etc. on the site like anything else you follow on fb.

 You can also use facebook's messaging system from inside Class Connection, etc., and see your regular fb notications TOO while you're surfing WHS '62 (!). And more.

 But we recommend you give it a test drive - and as always, let us know what you think.

Oh were oh where has new content gone...??

For sure awhile since the last real site content update... ...not anyone's plan, just where we are...  ...carrying out the 50th Reunion - and finding all the info we could on classmates who've left us - was a real roller coaster ride, on which many busted hump for months... the point of neglecting other priorities to which they've returned.

....Still, we've collected a ton of pictures and words - both of the nostalgic variety and all the  life sketches most of you have posted - and we're all free to add more and use the site to stay in touch.  So we hope what's already here is a good resource.

And going forward, with this platform already up and running - we'll be able to focus on future events rather than on setting up and getting word of a web site out to you. 

Meanwhile, welcome to our two newest (post Reunion) site members, Carol Wilson Hull and Kazuko Hori Shiotani..!!

We also haven't finished the In Memory pages for classmate passings reported since the reunion - at least not to the standard of most of the memorial pages and hope to remedy that relatively soon.

Finally, we've had a report that indicates the likely passing of Joyce Smith in 2003. However, while we believe the report is correct, despite considerable effort we have not been able to find a death record, obituary or other real confirmation of this despite making a considerable effort.  If any of you can help verify (or contradict) the report, it would be much appreciated.

(This update: 11/17/2013




February 3, 2013 - Volume 51, Issue 3

* major changes to the website (2/13) *

Class Creator has re-written the program for the web site.  You've noticed the new look, and more more updates are "in the pipeline." Some buttons have been relocated and the main page is now centered in the browser.  Let us know how you like the the changes.  We want to keep the site looking fresh!

Speaking of whilch, you can now interact directly with us on the Home Page (below). Send site comments, "Letters to the Editor,"  reminiscences of any Reunion, Q's,  or if you know anyone who's lost site access.

ALL Previous Editions of the Class of '62 Web Trumpeter are being saved on the site.  Press the Trumpeter Archives button on the  top to access them.

Reunion Pics Reorganized:  

Nearly all of our Reunion Pictures - from the 30th, 40th, and 50th Reunion are now under the (now renamed) "Reunion Photos" button (left side of page).  There are some dupes and other glitches in the new program, but we're working on them....

Here's a few more samples from our 50th....  

And more......

Remember: You can also post your own Reunion pics.. ..and please do (on the Reunion Photos page, please)!! 

More Classmate Facts from the Reunion Program

A re-presentation (over time) for attendees and "the didn't make its"  [See Trumpeter Archives (button on the top) for previous "phacts"...]

Did you know......??

–  Iron man:  This classmate completed six “Ride the Rockies” 400+ mile bike tours from 2005-2010….  …John Dinsdale

–  This classmate and her husband started the nonprofit Emergency Medical Education Co.  She was also a “Molina Health Care Hero,” receiving that org’s 1st Humanitarian Award as EMT Instructor-Coordinator of the year for Utah and 1st National Runner-up… …DeAnn Ekins (Barnson)

–  Hot and hazy with a chance of showers:  This classmate was a weather girl for the Central Command Network Station in the Panama Canal Zone…  … Anita Mapes (Kersey)

–   These shoes were made for...   This Classmate walked the California Coast route in the Big Sur Marathon…. …..Rena Prevedel (Rossotti)

...All names above are live links to profiles...

"Pop Quiz" Q's (given by Connie Chaitlin) at the Reunion...

See Trumpeter Archives (button on the top) for Q's 1-4

  5. What two record-setting classmates are listed in the Weber State University Athletic Hall of Fame (one for track, the other for football and baseball)?

  6. Who has skydived with each of her grandchildren when they turned 16 – and has more grandchildren to go?

...Answers at the end of the issue (*Scroll down*)!

(More) From the Wayback Machine:

From David Stanger's Scrapbook.... ...Wilson Lane Cub Scouts

And this from Jane Chugg Renstrom - Plain City Elementary Class....

*Pop Quiz Answers:

5. The two WHS ’62 grads in the Weber State U Hall of Fame – with still unbroken records – are Lyle Johnston (football and baseball) and Darol Wintle (javelin).    

6.. The classmate who’s skydived with several of her grandchildren when each turned 16 – with more to go – is Thelma Johnson (Oleson).

We'll explain changes effecting how you use the site once we've worked more with them - and we think you'll love some yet to come. Here's one....  ...Tablet (iPad or Android) users now have (almost) the same view of the site that PC's do.

  "In Memory" Profiles      Updated 2/2/13

Our goal is sharing something of the stories of our deceased Classmates. Memorial pages have been posted for ALL we know of - covering the period 1959-2013, i.e., from sophomore year to the present.

As noted in the previous issue our most recently passed classmates are:

Karen Knight (11/6/12) N. Mondell Neville (12/6/12)

Karen's obituary is posted, but no obit is yet available for Mondell. We are still  gathering more information about both for further posting.

Some pages are more complete, but we include all we can locate. Thanks to Earl Henstra,  Jim Maynard KellerTom GrimmLinda Fowers Thurgood, Richard Crawford, and others - and to Wendy Simmons Johnson (daughter of classmates Serge Simmons and Jane Chugg Renstrom) for a great effort!

Your own remembrance comments and addtional materials you have to add are always valued!

Your Space:  What's up?

You must be logged in to submit this survey. Please use the login box in the upper right corner.

1)   How do you like the site changes?

2)   Are you having any problems (new or old) with using the site? If so, please describe these.

3)   Any specific suggestions for features or content you'd like to see added to the site?

4)   Please use this space for "Letters to the Editor" or Reunion memories you'd like to share with the Class....


Welcome to the Weber Class of '62 website! 

165 Registered Members!

A big "Miles Laetus" to you all!  Please keep REACHING OUT to those who haven't joined and help the class re-gather!


Standing, L to R:  Lyle Johnston, Fred Stettler, Pat Bain (Turner), Suzanne Wood (Ferre), Harry Carver.  Sitting: Mike Streight, Ibrahim Kiris, Karen Knight

Visting Classmate Profiles

   on  Classmate Profiles means an update since your last visit.  You can also see just the latest changes   and even "surf" profiles:  

More pages of Interest (with last updates shown)  

Reunion Photos - 2/2/13  •  Your Shared Pics (Albums by the Committee and Classmates) - /2/213)

Weber before "We"....         Updated 4/23/12

The ONLY pic we've found of Weber in winter ('47).  Bonus Q: How many dogs can you find?  


This one's both before and during our Weber days: G Spike pics of Roy C. "Dorian Gray" Metcalf...  ...if we ever thought we could put one over on him, he'd seen it all...  ...many times!

(Our best Photoshopping can't make out the '47 text.  It starts with a quote about, we think, courage from William Howard Taft.)


Another burning Q. answered:  Why were our most fancy dances called "Proms"?   The '34 "Spike" has the (stylish) answer. Step to the right in unison, now....


WHS in '47 - before our Gym...  ...and a game was on...!


Ever wonder where "Wahlquist Jr. High" got its name?  Wonder no more...

Thanks for "coming back to class!"

The Weber '62 Fifty Year Reunion Committee
• and "The Plumbing Crew" 

Jim Maynard Keller, Site Co-Admin 
Linda Fowers Thurgood, Site Co-Admin
Richard Crawford, Site Co-Admin


 More site info            Updated 7/13/12 

Click on  Donate  to help with future class costs. Any amount's appreciated!

If you're in touch with any Missing Classmates, submit info and/or let them know about the site!  

In Memory lets you tell us of a classmate passing or comment


 We have no pics of 2 classmates (out of 403).

Our "pictureless people" are  Karin Chatwin and Peggy Larsen

Please submit any, old or new! (Try elementary school pics!)



Committee members stuffing envelopes with invites... get the party started!!

Left to Right: Karen Flinders Batchelor, Rhea Montgomery Schade, Bonnie Mason Creer, Sandy Garner Grimm, Tom Grimm, Fred Stettler, Linda Fowers Thurgood, John Rhees.


Lunch time.......!

'Stat City'  8/2/12  -  162 classmates (over 45% of living classmates and 53% including classmates who have passed away) have joined.  About 30 per day check in on the site and 115 in a recent month.  Over 850 visits from 35 states (and other countries) have been made and over 1900 messages have been exchanged.  Our "all time high" is 60 visits in one day.  
We share about 20 messages/day and view about 12 pages/visit - mostly Classmate Profiles looking for each other's stories!  Meanwhile (only) a third of us have Uploaded Photos Have you?? Please do!!

TIP: Words underlined in a different color than their text are usually 'live links' which can take you to pages you'd otherwise have to dig for