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Ronnie Abate - husband of Joyce Marceaux on waiting list for liver transplant
Danny Pitre - husband of Cheryl Thibodeaux battling myelodysplastic syndrome. Also

awaiting stem cell transplant in a month 

Linda DeCuir’s nephew, Ryan Valure is on the kidney transplant list
Jeanette Constantine Morgan’s mother - ill health
Richard Flores - husband of Sandra Tauzin - chronic health issues

 Summer Fogle - (daughter of Larry Speake) diagnosed with a very rare and serious genetic connective tissue disorder, called Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS). 

Mike Boileau - brother, Shawn had a brain aneurism.

Carole Reeves - recovering from acute colitis
Ricky Bradley -  had cancer removed from his scalp.
Carolyn and Alfred Hebert - recovering from carbon monoxide poisoning

Sarah “Sally” Margaret Phillips - sister of Jenny Rhodes

Richard Carl Bodden - Class of 1967
Another classmate has passed away

Marla Holt Meehan-Aronson passed away on November 18, 2015, following a long battle with cancer and chronic illness. She is survived by her spouse, Keith Aronson, sister and brother-in-law, Elisa and Greg Pesta, and two children, Michelle Kimbrough and Eric Meehan, and their spouses, Matt Kimbrough and Candace Ripperda Meehan.
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The following photos are located on Imagevue in "Most Recent Photos"
Lynn (Eldridge) and Jim Gill , Helen (Rethke) and John Lauck
  Terry and Nancy Watson and Allen and Wanda Baldridge in Ruidosa, NM.
  Fred McCarty
  Gloria (Phillips) and Ricky Bradley with their grandchildren
  Jack and Charlotte (Cunningham '70) Etheridge
  Phyllis Fett, Shirley Barra, Sharon Gary and Janis Hamilton
  Ron and Ernie (Castaneda) Bullion
Port Arthur's own 2016 Olympics star, Inika McPherson
Inika competed in the High Jump, although she is only 5'4" tall.
In Port Arthur, McPherson set state records as she led Memorial High to district championships. McPherson lettered in volleyball, basketball and cross country in high school also, but the diverse athletic palate didn’t stop the 5-4 McPherson from enrolling at Cal-Berkeley with a 6-2 personal-best jump. She never topped it at Cal but did finish fourth at the 2007 USA championships with a 6-0 jump. After college, McPherson continued to dominate, posting an outdoor best of 6-6.75 in 2014.
POPEYE Comic-Strip
  Popeye, the Sailor Man, renowned comic-strip character, is perhaps the most famous native son of Victoria, Texas. The Victoria Advocate is credited as the first newspaper in the nation to run Elzie Crisler Segar's comic strip, originally called "Thimble Theatre," which starred the spinach-eating hero. Read More


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