David Jonathan Tearle on February 18, 2017 · Leave a Comment David Jonathan Tearle (76) March 26, 1940 – February 14, 2017 Memorial graveside service with military honors at Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, Oregon on Monday, February 20, 2017 at 2PM. Internment service preceded by a ‘Celebration of Life’ open [...]
Here are the details for our upcoming 2017 Summer Hamilton High Reunion Picnic: Who: Class Alumni from 72, 73, 74, 75 & 76 When: Sunday, July 16, 2017 from 11a-3p (new cut-off time) What: Bring your own Food, Munchies & Drinks (no alcohol is allowed) Where: Rancho Park in Cheviot [...]
Joe Jares, author and longtime L.A. sports writer, dies at 78 Joe Jares set out in the early 1970s to write a book about pro wrestling, relying on both his reporting skills and his childhood memories. His father was Frank Jares Sr., a villain in the sport’s early, black-and-white television [...]
Hello Fellow Board Members and Advisory Members, The H.A.A. just completed another scholarship season, this being my fourth. The committee which included Steve Angel and Ed Horowitz (and a guiding hand from Bob Raskin), received 40 applications. Then on Monday, May 16, Steve, Ed and I interviewed 39 students. One [...]
Dear Friends and Hamilton High Alumni, It has been my pleasure to work with the Board of Directors of the Hamilton High Alumni Association (HAA) for the last three years and this week be elected to fill a board position . We work very hard to provide scholarships for deserving [...]
David was 75 years old and is survived by his wife Bobbie.
Since its inception in 1993, the Alumni Association has awarded over $304,000 in scholarships to worthy Hamilton seniors. This has been accomplished because of the generosity of our members and can only continue with your support. In 2015, we awarded $25,500 to 37 applicants who will benefit from your donations [...]
These are the beautiful women that I respected, admired and was inspired by their friendship and love: My Top 10 Hami-Ladies ( in no particular order) 1. Eileen Peters - Best Friend 2. Diane Currie - Favorite Dancer 3. Gloria Montero - First Love 4. Nancy Neumann - Special Prom [...]
The Class of 1974 was named Tomodachi, which means friends in Japanese. Their colors were royal blue and white.