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The Yellow Jackets

  Class of 1968

  (Ringo Starr & his All-Star Band, Chicago Theatre, 2021)             

 

The Classmates Listed Below Have Passed Away




Kay Campbell

Vickie Choate

Danny Abraham

Frank Timmerman

Links & Misc. Information

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Updated:  08/05/2022

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  Ricky Bradley - Lung Issues

  Carole Oubre Reeves - pancreatic cancer

  Dianna (Caillier) & Robert Lewis - serious health issues

  Charline Valenciano Allen - dementia

  Debbie Borres Desmond - lymphoma & hernia surgery

  Hal Ross - pancreatic cancer

  Jonnye Dee Doering Williamson - health issues

  Lynn Eldridge Gill - sclerosing epitheloid fibrosarcoma

  Ronnie Abate, husband of Joyce Marceaux - needs aortic valve replacement

  Randy Hutchins - Pure Red Cell Aplasia (PRCA)

  Susan Reagle Duplant - health issues

  Charles Cook, husband of Mary Wells - hospice

  Richard James - lung cancer

  Alfred Hebert & wife Carolyn Bigler - health issues

  Suzanne Adams Miller, wife of James Miller - health issues

  Bill Richey - health issues

  Alfred Lindy Gothia (dad of Linda Gothia) - Serious health issues

  Bart Darby - health issues

  Laura Meece Darby - health issues

  Mildred Meece (mom of Laura Meece) - broken hip and other issues

Condolences

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  Raymond Trevino, brother of Cecelia Trevino Esqueda

Photo Gallery

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The Photos Listed Below Are Located in "Most Recent Photos"
See "Photo Gallery" in "Site Links"

  Classmate get-together (2022)

  Pat Lange and Shelia (2022)

  Greig and Debbie Romero 48 year Anniversary (2022)

  Charline Valenciano and Mary Wells (2022)

  The home of local business owner A.E. Scott 1938


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Memorabilia Index

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  Photos, Misc. Articles, Programs, Magazines


                         Memorabilia

Winner of Four Golden Glove National Titles

James Anthony "Bubba" Busceme

Olympian and Golden Glove boxer, James Anthony "Bubba" Busceme graduated from South Park High School in 1970, where he lettered in track. He began boxing in Beaumont and entered his first Golden Gloves competition in 1959 at the age of seven. Busceme eventually became a five-time state Golden Gloves champion (1968-1972) and a four-time Golden Gloves national champion. He also won a bronze medal at the 1971 Pan American Games in Cali, Columbia.
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Texas History - 175 Years Ago

175 Years Ago the United States Annexed the Lone Star Republic

The Lone Star Republic became the 28th state in America when, 175 years ago on December 29, 1845, U.S. President James K. Polk signed the resolution admitting Texas into the union. “Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the State of Texas shall be one, and is hereby declared to be one, of the United States of America, and admitted into the Union on an equal footing with the original States in all respects whatever,” stated the resolution. The road to the annexation of the Lone Star Republic was fraught with political turmoil, especially in the U.S. Congress where the question of slavery was brewing ahead of the Civil War that would begin in 1861. After Texas won its independence from Mexico in 1836, Texans supported annexation to the United States, but U.S. President Martin Van Buren opposed the move.
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St. Louis Cardinal Football

Gary Hammond Set An NFL Record On This Day

In 1974, the fifth game of the NFL season, the St. Louis Cardinals hosted the Dallas Cowboys. Quarterback, Jim Hart of the Cardinals, goes back to pass, instead laterals to Wide Receiver Gary Hammond. Gary sees a wide open Jackie Smith and throws a pass to him for 83 yards. This became the longest pass play from scrimage by a non quarterback.
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