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David Arthur
Spring '64 Excellent teachers Great sports Interesting classmates Mesa Arizona Been an academic, worked in the energy industry,raised 5 children, traveled to Europe and Asia, lived in California, Oregon, Utah, and Arizona Golf, walking on the beach (Oregon), playing with grandchildren dlacalbear@yahoo.com
Alan Poole
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Spring '64 Many good friends and good teachers. The great diversity of BHS was wonderful - from sports to chess and science fairs, the yellow jackets were the best! Monterey, California (arrived in August from many years in Brazil). I left BHS at the end of 10th grade to go to Davis. I returned in 12th grade for Advanced Placement at BHS/Cal, but somehow I flamed out in rebellion (it was in the air then). I even dropped out for awhile. Fortunately they let me graduate a semester early with the Spring 1964 Class. Then I was off for 10 years. Went to Cambridge University (England) and travelled & lived in Africa, Asia and Australia. In 1974 I returned to the US. Stayed mostly in Washington DC. Then in 1981 I moved to Brazil (where I've lived all over the place). Returned to the US in August with my Brazilian wife and 12 year old daughter. I work with energy and the environment and am involved both in Latin America and Asia. I'm very keen on making contact with old classmates. I am a voracious reader and love to cook. I also love to travel and to have a good chat about ideas and experiences in life's great adventure. alan.douglas.poole@gmail.com
Richard Wiborg
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Fall '64 Berkeley Journeyed west and east. Carpenter/timber-framer, wife, 2 kids Photography, skiing, politics rswiborg@aol.com
Albert Peyton
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Spring '64 I thought I was having a great experience while at B.H.S. but it really wasn't until a few years later that I fully realized what a great place it was to receive a quality education both academically and in "life experience". The "melting pot effect" (only public high school in the city)was a huge advantage. Pleasant Hill, CA. In the past 50 years I have travelled to Europe, Tahiti, the Carribean and many states in the U.S. Lived in the Midwest for 2 years...really made me appreciate NorCal! I have 3 great daughters and a load of grandchildren (ah, blended family bliss). Prior to retirement I spent 38 years in medical device sales/marketing and management. Last October I gathered the courage to marry again...oddly enough to a lady I met while a freshman in college! I enjoy filling my leisure time with golf, tennis, crossword puzzles and, best of all, family. alpeyt@aol.com
Victor Ryerson
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Spring '64 Challenging classes and exceptional classmates. Mr. Trentacoste's Deutsche Verein und Liedergesellschaft. Orinda, California Family: Wife Margie, m. 1969; two daughters, ages 35 and 33; two grandsons born in September and October 2013. Friends: All over the map, but a few BHS friends I see regularly include Anthony Knight and Kath Balamuth Education: Cal '68, '71 (M.A.); UC Davis '76 (J.D.) Work: Mostly as a lawyer since 1977, and an administrative judge, with a few years in non-legal railroad management positions before I went to law school. Places I've lived: East Bay, Palo Alto, Davis, Maryland, Fresno, and finally Orinda for nearly 30 years. Travel: Fairly extensive, particularly by train, and continuing as time and resources permit. Hobbies, Sports, interests: Still interested in railroads! Twenty years of circus arts classes, including flying trapeze and trampolining; currently toned down to spinning, Zumba, and other fitness classes. Avaliable through Caria
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