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)
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Love is a Many-Splendored Thing

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Barbara Billings Schwartz (Blue Dress) And Husband Terry, Kneeling

Terry and I met at LBCC in the spring of 1964. We were married on Sept. 25, 1965. I worked for JCPenney's for 20 years and Terry retired from Inglewood Fire Dept. We have two daughters, Lori (34) and Carie (33).  Both married, with one grandson and one due in Dec. Terry and I were married young and at that time sounded like a good idea. It's been a good idea ever since.  We always seem to handle together any situation that comes up.   Love, understanding, communicating and an occasional cave are the bases for our wonderful life together.  Also pictured are our sons-in-law and my sister Carol  (Wilson '61) and my brother Don, ('72.)

Don and Ginger Singleton

From Don Singleton:
Ginger (Rosenberg) and I met the summer after we graduated from high school.  Ginger went to Millikan High and we then both went to LBCC for two years.  In the summer of 1965 we married on August the 20th.  A year later, Uncle Sam requested that I joined his forces, so I went into the U.S. Army for two years of active duty.  We just celebrated our 40th wedding anniversary.  Each year just keeps getting better and better for us.  After spending a career working for Shell Oil Company in Southern California, I took an early retirement in the 90's.  After spending close to 30 years living in Huntington Beach and raising our two sons, we decided to leave Southern California for "greener" pastures and moved to the state of Washington.  We both love it in the Pacific Northwest and the town in which we live (Poulsbo---population of 7000+). This picture was taken at our 30th wedding anniversary which also coincided with our older son getting married.

"It's love if they order one of those desserts that are on fire.They like to order those because it's just like how their hearts are... on fire."
-Christine, age 9

Howard and Carol Larimer McLaughlin - The happily blended family- Then & Now




Howard & Carol Larimer McLaughlin, 1984

Carol and Howard McLaughlin were married on April Fool’s day in 1984 in Palos Verdes, Calif. We met on a blind date in 1983 and instantly knew we wanted to spend the rest of our lives together.  With our marriage, we created a blended family for three super children who are all grown up now.  After living in southern California for most of our lives, we moved to the beautiful Pacific Northwest in 1996 and settled in Portland, Oregon.  In 2002 after years of ill health, I received my new heart from an anonymous donor, and we celebrated the birth of our first grandson!  Our life together has been one of faith, hope, appreciation, a little compulsion and a lot of love. We enjoy taking our RV on weekend jaunts, volunteering for national Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Programs and for the American Red Cross. We’re in training for the Transplant Olympic games in Kentucky in Aug 2006, and we are really looking forward to retirement in the near future--with lots of time to visit family and friends. After 22 years together, we are still two “April Fools” in love!

If falling in love is anything like learning how to spell, I don't want to do it. It takes too long." 
- Leo, age 7

Bruce and Linda today, with retirement right around the corner

"The rule goes like this:
If you kiss someone,
then you should marry them
and have kids with them.
It's the right thing to do."

     -- Howard, age 8

"When someone loves you, the way they say your name is different. You know that your name is safe in their mouth."
Billy - age 4

Richard and Dennie Hamilton King


Well, it took only 46 years, but Dennie & Richard managed to pull together their Maid of Honor (JoAnn Broshear) and Best Man (Jim Pierce) for this return photo.

Dennie & Richard with their sons & family

As they got ready to celebrate their 43rd anniversary 3 years ago,, Dennie was asked their secret.  Her first thought was one word, "Luck".  After carefully considering for almost a week, her answer was still "Luck."  So good luck to the Kings for many more years.

"Tell your wife that she's pretty,
 even if she looks like a truck." 
 -- Ricky, age 10


Bob and Susie Cottler Carter - January 2005

Susie Cottler's Story:
Bob and I met in prison in the late nineties.  I was an attorney defending a felon and Bob was the administrative law judge with the California Parole Board deciding my client's fate.  Bob began working for the parole board after he retired from the LAPD as a Lieutenant in the late eighties.  As in most cases, Bob found my client guilty and sentenced him to return to prison.  Our opposing positions didn't interfere with our developing friendship.  Bob introduced me to hiking and bicycling and we've become supportive of each other's activities.  Sometimes he complains that maybe I'm too supportive of his activities but we intend to travel into the final third of our lives as healthy and happy as we can be.  So far, so good.  We were married in Las Vegas in the chapel at the Flamingo hotel on January 16, 2005.  Many of our hiking buddies caravaned up to attend our wedding as well as family members and old friends--as far back as elementary school. I know that I am blessed and fortunate to have such a wonderful man as my husband and companion.     

"When you love somebody, your eyelashes go up and down and little stars come out of you"
Karen, age 7


Bruce and Linda Tucker Wride - 4/23/66

Bruce and I began our romance in eighth grade and, except for ninth grade, have been together ever since.  We were married in 1966 and are enjoying our life together.  Bruce has been the Ceramics teacher at Hemet High since 1970 and, when he retires, he will walk with the graduates and finally get out of school.  We've done a lot of fun things together--traveling, chaperoning band trips, performing with 13,000 dancers in a dance festival in the Rose Bowl, and enjoying our two children and, come December, ten  grandchildren.  I asked Bruce, "What other fun things have we done?"  He replied, "Everything we do is fun."  That pretty much says it all.

Continuing the family "twin" tradition, babies Donna and David, Christmas 1967


Music:  "Love is a Many-Splendored Thing"


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