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•   Alvin Spell  7/13
•   Eddie Joe Clark  7/5
•   Lillian Nader (Nader)  6/28
•   Sandra Blackburn (Bledsoe)  5/10
•   Karen Foster (Ray)  3/11
•   Larry Rives  2/25
•   Lyra Carolyn Fugler (McCarty)  2/8
•   Robert W. (Billy) Kennedy  1/25
•   John Clark  1/7
•   Jeanne Campbell (Dorgan)  12/11
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

2 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
3 live in California
3 live in Colorado
2 live in Illinois
1 lives in Kansas
3 live in Louisiana
2 live in Mississippi
1 lives in New Mexico
2 live in Oklahoma
1 lives in South Carolina
1 lives in South Dakota
109 live in Texas
1 lives in Virginia
4 location unknown
81 are deceased


•   Lynn Muse (Skinner)  7/15
•   Lyra Carolyn Fugler (McCarty)  7/30
•   Bill Riley  8/4
•   Gerald Brasher  8/8
•   Nan Scott (Garvin)  8/9


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

Marshall High School
Class Of 1962

Welcome to the Marshall High Class Of 1962 web site. Add any additional home page content here...


In order to ensure you receive important messages from our class web site, as well as messages sent directly to you from other Classmates, it's important you whitelist the email address (that's a .net, not a .com).

What is whitelisting? Whitelisting simply means you are telling your email program to accept all emails coming from our class web site and our Classmates. The technique for whitelisting varies by email program, but generally you will see the term "Whitelist", "Safe List", or "Safe Sender's List". This is where you want to be sure you have added the email address

Class Creator, the system that helps us operate our class web site, uses the address when sending out email messages. Be assured that all emails sent through our site are valid — you will not receive spam email. Whitelisting is the single most important thing you can do to ensure you don't miss anything happening on our site or miss receiving your emails from your fellow Classmates.

Stop and take a moment to whitelist right now, and ensure you stay connected!

In a nutshell, add this address to your contact list to prevent e-mails from this site being classified as "spam".



Great news! We have a brand new Classmate Profiles format on our class web site. The new format is much more dynamic and engaging and I think you'll really enjoy it.

Log into the site and click your "Edit Profile" link to see the changes. You can now do some new things like:

  1. Upload a "Then" photo of how you looked in your high school years.
  2. Upload a "Now" photo showing what you look like today. It's interesting seeing the Then & Now photos side by side.
  3. Upload a "Yearbook" photo (if one has not already been provided)
  4. Click the photo gallery icon in the upper right to add more Profile photos. It's now faster and easier to add any photos you want.
  5. Click the videos tab then paste in a video link, such as a Youtube video link (just copy the web address of the video from your browser's address bar). Voila, the video has been added to your Profile!
  6. Quickly toggle back and forth from Profile Edit view to Profile Preview view by clicking the button at the top of your Profile.

The Profile display now includes 2 new engaging features:

  1. Classmates can make comments on various items throughout your Profile. Give it a look! If you prefer others not comment on your Profile items you can remove the ability to comment by clicking Edit Profile and turning off the Comments feature.
  2. A "Latest Interactions" section is now included. This is an aggregation of interactions you have made around the web site. Note this new section is not displaying behavioral tracking. For instance where you go and what you do on the site is private, and not listed here. Latest Interactions only displays an aggregation of interactions already available on other areas of the web site.

Please log into the web site and take a look at both your Profile Edit screen and the Profile Display. I hope you enjoy these great new features!

The people who love you,
the people you love,
the memories that make life worthwhile.
All captured together   
In one little frame,
to bring you a big birthday smile!
The hairdos were bad,
the clothes, even worse,
all preserved here in digital glory.
But oh! how much fun
it is to reflect
on the memories that make up your story.
Sit back and enjoy
a disjointed trip
down your very own memory lane.
The past and the present,
with hints of the future
and everything else in betwain.

by Amy Holcomb


Missing classmates that have not been contacted are:

Ed Camp, Finley Chambers, Sue Cromer, Galen Fyffe, Jeannette Grigsby Kensy, William T. Hall, Sandra Jane Irwin, Peggy Jones, Betty Kennedy, Kay McMahon, Pat O'Leary Jones, David Patterson, Robert Ray, Carol Smith and Doug Thompson.

Should you have their email address, physical address or phone number, please email me with that information at:


The web site for Marshall High School classes 1962 through 1969 can be accessed by going to:

Check it out! It is quite impressive!


This song and its title was the answer to one question of Final Jeopardy.
Only one person got it right.         
Question was (paraphrased):
"What 80's song do history teachers praise for its educational value?"
With a little luck, this link will take you to some photos of the 50 year reunion of the class of 1962.  You may recognize some of the old people in these pictures.  You really can't imagine what it is like to see your 19-year-old friends in 68-year-old bodies, unless you have lived it.
There is a place where you can "click" to see all the pictures as a slide show instead of having to click each one separately.  If you pick the 3-second or 6-second viewing time that will probably be about right.
(pictures by Ronnie Munden)

Long ago and far away, in a land that time forgot,
Before the days of Dylan , or the dawn of Camelot.
There lived a race of innocents, and they were you and me,
For Ike was in the White House in that land where we were born,
Where navels were for oranges, and Peyton Place was porn.
We longed for love and romance, and waited for our Prince,
Eddie Fisher married Liz, and no one's seen him since.
We danced to 'Little Darlin,' and sang to 'Stagger Lee' A
nd cried for Buddy Holly in the Land That Made Me, Me.
Only girls wore earrings then, and 3 was one too many,
And only boys wore flat-top cuts, except for Jean McKinney.
And only in our wildest dreams did we expect to see
A boy named George with Lipstick, in the Land That Made Me,Me.
We fell for Frankie Avalon, Annette was oh, so nice,
And when they made a movie, they never made it twice.
We didn't have a Star Trek Five, or Psycho Two and Three,
Or a Rocky-Rambo Twenty in the Land That Made Me, Me.
Miss Kitty had a heart of gold, and Chester had a limp,
And Reagan was a Democrat whose co-star was a chimp.
We had a Mr. Wizard, but not a Mr. T,
And Oprah couldn't talk yet, in the Land That Made Me, Me.
We had our share of heroes, we never thought they'd go,
At least not Bobby Darin, or Marilyn Monroe.
For youth was still eternal, and life was yet to be,
And Elvis was forever in the Land That Made Me, Me.
We'd never seen the rock band that was Grateful to be Dead,
And Airplanes weren't named Jefferson , and Zeppelins were not Led.
And Beatles lived in gardens then, and Monkees lived in trees,
and Madonna was Mary in the Land That Made Me, Me.
We'd never heard of microwaves, or telephones in cars,
And babies might be bottle-fed, but they were not grown in jars.
And pumping iron got wrinkles out, and 'gay' meant fancy-free,
And dorms were never co-Ed in the Land That Made Me, Me.
We hadn't seen enough of jets to talk about the lag,
And microchips were what was left at the bottom of the bag.
And hardware was a box of nails, and bytes came from a flea,
And rocket ships were fiction in the Land That Made Me, Me.
T-Birds came with portholes, and side shows came with freaks,
And bathing suits came big enough to cover both your cheeks.
And Coke came just in bottles, and skirts below the knee,
And Castro came to power near the Land That Made Me, Me.
We had no Crest with Fluoride, we had no Hill Street Blues,
We had no patterned pantyhose or Lipton herbal tea
Or prime-time ads for those dysfunctions,
in the Land That Made Me,Me.
There were no golden arches, no Perrier to chill,
And fish were not called Wanda, and cats were not called Bill.
And middle-aged was 35 and old was forty-three,
And ancient were our parents in the Land That Made Me, Me.
But all things have a season, or so we've heard them say,
And now instead of Maybelline we swear by Retin-A.
They send us invitations to join AARP,
We've come a long way, baby, from the Land That Made Me, Me.
So now we face a brave new world in slightly larger jeans,
And wonder why they're using smaller print in magazines.
And we tell our children's children of the way it used to be,
Long ago and far away in the Land That Made Me, Me.
"The Rose"
Some say love, it is a river
That drowns the tender reed.
Some say love, it is a razor
That leaves your soul to bleed.
Some say love, it is a hunger,
An endless aching need.
I say love, it is a flower,
And you its only seed.

It's the heart afraid of breaking
That never learns to dance.
It's the dream afraid of waking
That never takes the chance.
It's the one who won't be taken,
Who cannot seem to give,
And the soul afraid of dyin'
That never learns to live.

When the night has been too lonely
And the road has been too long,
And you think that love is only
For the lucky and the strong,
Just remember in the winter
Far beneath the bitter snows
Lies the seed that with the sun's love
In the spring becomes the rose.



Preparations are being made for the 2012 reunion by Seated L-R: Sandra K. Thomason, Johnette Loyd, Brenda Simpson, Angela Bailey, Jane Faust, Anita Pace and Standing L-R: Shirley Frobese, Kay S. Blackmon, Terry Holley, Shirley Munden, Dolores Carrington.