We would like to honor those classmates who have left us too early. Remembering their time with us is very important so please help us identify each and every one. Our memories of them will keep them in our hearts.
You can add your own message of remembrance as well as an obituary. Once posted on the website, visitors will be able to leave tribute messages.
Warm, funny, good friend since elementary school, Appleman as we called him, always had a quick wit and a smile to share.
He wasn't too bad on the tennis court either. Mostly cleaned up the points quickly, except for one time we laughed so hard he let me win !
Thanks David :) you are missed.
Janet suffered from Huntington's chorea, a genetic disorder. I remember what a fighter she was. In high school she went on a Boundary Waters canoe trip with our church youth group when anyone else would have just given up all hope. She had a great smile whenever she accomplished something others thought would be impossible for her. I learned so much from her example.
Lin & I met at the busstop on the first day of kindergarten at Brookside elementary. Having discovered that we lived only one block apart, we became fast friends. In fact, the time I ran away from home (8 years old), it was to her house. We shared lots of life together including our weddings and later our kids played together whenever I visited Mpls. She contracted Hodgkins Disease in high school, but was in remission for over 20 years. When she died, she had been married 21 years and had 3 children.
I Rember Carol from my 1st year in Public school. She helped my in Math class. She was always kind & friendly. Also, got a chance to play frisby with her @ Thomas Beach. She was the best female fisby player I knew. R.I.P.
Susie was awesome at everything she did. I think of her often as I drive by her house almost daily, honking my horn and waving at her mom (Helen). Sat next to her in band . She was the best clarinetist. She played her Koto at Eliot School for us all and sharing her Japanese heritage. I looked up to her. She left us much too soon.