JUDIE PERKINS (SOWERS-SMITH)
JUDY BETTY (BACKUS)
January 11, 1946 COTTONWOOD AZ Married 5 2014-12-21 19:56:04
JUDY BETTY AND BOB ARE COMING TO THE REUNIONTHANKS CHAD FOR THE EMAIL.
Hi Deanna, My son called me to let me know you had found him on Facebook and asked him if he was related to me. I told him he could give you my email address. It is good to hear from you. I would love to see you too.
MICHAEL (mike) N. GRANT
BELLINGHAM` WA Married 2014-12-17 18:20:57Michael would love to hear from anyone who shares his memories of Mesa.
Please keep our e-mail on file.
Mike and Carole at email@example.com or (360) 319 – 0620
Carole, Mike's wife
KATHY BOWERS (NASSER)
Married 4 2014-12-15 11:16:46
July 24, 1946 RUSSELVILLE AR Business owner/Bail bond company Married 2014-12-02 13:42:48
TOM IS COMING TO THE REUNION.
2009 SEE YOU AT THE REUNION
PEORIA AZ Widowed 2014-12-02 13:36:00
ROGER CAME TO THE REUNION
WE HAVE SENT ROGER A BADGE FOR HIS ADMITTANCE TO THE REUNION. HOPEFULLY HE WILL JOIN US.
MESA AZ Married 2014-12-01 19:23:22
DARRYL AND MARGARET ARE COMING TO THE REUNION.
JUDY WORKMAN (ABNEY)
AZ 10 2014-12-01 18:36:43
On Saturday, October 13th Judy Workman Brown Abney (66); our loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend returned to her loving Heavenly Father after a courageous battle against pancreatic cancer. Judy graduated from Mesa High in 1964 and later graduated from ASU Summa Cum Laude with a Master’s Degree in in Early Childhood Development. Judy loved Spanish food, parties, spring training games, and the Olympics.
She found joy in the laughter of her grandchildren, vacations, and her Chinese Pistachio tree. She spent 25 years teaching swimming lessons to countless children. She was a devoted teacher to many children including many with special needs. Judy was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She followed the example of Jesus Christ and loved everyone she met unconditionally.
She enjoyed public speaking, inspiring many with her words. She will always be remembered living life to the fullest, making sure no one was ever left out, and insisting another party be planned or the next shopping spree to Target.
Judy is preceded in death by her parents Roy and Irene (Gigi) Workman and her son Ryan Brown. Judy is survived by her loving husband Gary Abney, her children Bart and Stephanie Kleinlein, Lynn and Natalie Anderson, Sam and Melissa Abney, Scott and Shelby Fuller, Lee and Courtney Oram, Travis and Brook Tuttle, James Brittany Skinner, Wyatt and Megan Brown, Scott and Briley Heward, Jason and Leslie Abney, Chris and Anney Malone, Travis and Natalee Macdonald, her siblings Bill, Velma, David, Sybil, Wade, and 50 amazing grandchildren. We love you “Grandma Cool Dude”, to the moon and back.
The viewing will be Thursday, October 18th from 6-8 PM at Bunker’s Garden Chapel, 33 N. Centennial Way, Mesa. The funeral services will be Friday, October 19th at 11AM with a viewing one hour prior at the LDS church on 22035 East Ocotillo Road, Queen Creek. If you would like to donate please do so via Abney Relief Fund at any Wells Fargo Branch or thru judyabney.blogspot.com.
JACK GORDON JUDAH
AZ retired printing paper representative Married 1 2014-12-01 18:35:23
JACK PASSED AWAY JULY 24, 2014the best man at my first�wedding in 1966, and I have lost touch with him.� He
I cried when the school burned down. I am looking for the whereabouts of Jerry Brooke, class of '64.� He was
had a� younger sister, Linda Brooks, who married Jon Chesser sometime in the
1960's.� If anyone knows of these people, I would appreciate hearing from
you.� I will not be able to attend this year's reunion, but it looks like it's
going to be great, and whomever was involved in this website and the whole reunion
effort, needs to get some kind of award.� OUTSTANDING!!!!!
KAREN MCCANDLESS (BRANTLEY)
RATHDRUM ID Married 2014-11-29 01:11:25
Karen has MS and she has had strokes and is pretty much bedfast. She is
unable to travel. My brother, RON, takes care of her when he gets home from work.
He is battling cancer, running a business and taking care of Karen.
She would not remember anyone.
JACKIE BRANTLEY MEEKS