Bruin Den
Ho! Westward
Pacific Northwest Get-Together (3 Pages)
Legacy of '63 ; Award Winners And Donation Form (12 Pages)
Legacy of '63; Thank you, Donors
Kindergarten Baby (8 Pages)
Call's Fine Arts Center Pictures
Jefferson Hi Tide (4 Pages)
The Quad - Pictures, Newspaper Clips Etc. (10 Pages)
Love is a Many Splendored Thing (3 Pages)
Heartfelt Presentation
The 60's Club (3 Pages)
The Mid-60's Club (3 Pages)
Can You Believe We're 70?
70th Birthday Party (3 Pages)
Traveling Bruins (14 Pages)
My Town Rocks!
Hey, Bruin, Whatcha Doin'?
Precious Pets (2 Pages)
Class Directory (2 Pages)
Graduation Memorabilia
Senior Pictures (26 Pages)
Missing Bruins
In Memoriam (10 Pages)
In Memoriam ~ Highlights (4 pages)
In Memoriam Highlights ~ Postscripts
The Reunion Committee with Scholarship Winners
Meet Your Reunion Committee
Register with the Reunion Committee
Contact Us


To the Class of 1963

Since we began to plan for the upcoming "50th", every effort has been made again to find every classmate possible. Inevitably, as this search went on, the In Memoriam list has grown rapidly.  What we have hoped to do is to "put faces" with the names, and I have gathered information from friends and loved ones wherever possible. In this way, we hope to have heartwarming memories of those we have lost included during this time of reminiscing, as we prepare for this milestone event.  (The information below will be updated as new information comes in. If you'd like to add any information in regards to any of our deceased grads’ adult lives, please contact Jeri via phone (714) 539-1429 or by email at: jandktoo@socal.rr.com )  Although reading this information may sadden you, I hope that we can embrace what we learn and be able to truly celebrate their lives.  NOTE:  Point & click on most pictures to enlarge.  As new stories are added, an asterisk (*) will be placed by the name on the In Memoriam List.  Check back often.


We tragically lost two classmates prior to graduation. GAIL DECKER died in June of 1963.  She will always be remembered for her beauty, her sense of fun, and her good heart.

Gail Decker

In December of 1962, after several weeks of hospitalization, JACQUELINE MAHER died of kidney disease. She is remembered fondly by her many friends in the graduating class as an active, charming, delightful girl, participating in many sports activities. As noted in the yearbook, the shock of her passing was lightened for her friends by the fact that medical science learned a great deal from the efforts made to save Jacqueline. This knowledge has undoubtedly been applied to save countless others over the past 50 years.

Jackie Maher


In Memoriam ~ Highlights A-G

In Memoriam ~ Highlights H-O

In Memoriam ~ Highlights P-Z

In Memoriam

Current Music:  "Time to Say Goodbye"

Webmistress Linda Tucker Wride
Webmistress Jeri Hemphill Livingstone

Official Web Site of the WWHS Class of 1963
Reunion Committee