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Rewind for 7/2/15



•   Susan Cake (Basey)  6/25
•   Karen M. Olson (Piedmont)  6/21
•   Stephen L. Coan  5/14
•   Edna Galbraith (Lien)  5/11
•   Claudia J. Kruse (Weber)  5/8
•   Susan Holman (Stafford)  5/7
•   Barbara J. Hebert  4/22
•   Judy Ross  4/7
•   Barbara J. (Bobbie) Warner (Thomas)  3/18
•   Lauren J. Paulson  3/13
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

4 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
10 live in California
1 lives in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
3 live in Idaho
1 lives in Kansas
2 live in Maryland
1 lives in Montana
3 live in Nevada
2 live in New Mexico
126 live in Oregon
1 lives in South Dakota
1 lives in Tennessee
6 live in Texas
3 live in Utah
2 live in Virginia
26 live in Washington
54 location unknown
42 are deceased


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Sunset High School, Beaverton School District
Class Of 1962
It was September, 1958. The Sunset Class of 1962 was beginning high school at Beaverton High School, double shifting. SHS was matriculating in the afternoon, so when we arrived for classes, BHS was letting out. The number of students in the halls was overwhelming…
terrifying for me. I was lost in the throng, breathing a sigh of relief when I found my classrooms.

I had signed up for French, but when I had received my schedule I had been placed in Latin by mistake. I didn’t know what to do, was too shy and scared to look for the office and make the change and go into a new class late. So, I made my way to Latin, and Mr. Polich. He was welcoming, warm (and handsome…) Hmmm, maybe Latin wouldn’t be so bad. I stayed two years.

I finally took French when I was a junior/senior. It was amazingly easy after Latin. Latin had been a great foundation. Not just for french but for english as well. I’m grateful for the ‘mistake’.
I even served a term as Latin Club president, (think Toga Party).

We had some great teachers at Sunset, but for me, Pat Polich was my favorite, my hero who saved me from the ‘madding crowd’. I was only one of many, but he made me feel like I belonged, that I was important in my own right. He made a difference for me. I’ll always be grateful.

Thank you, Mr. Polich!

Karen Olson Piedmont


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