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Guestbook for Seniors Tascosa 1963, Amarillo, Texas. 33 entries. Sign the Guestbook
Suzy Clements WalkerTue, 18 Aug 2015 2:19PM

Glad I found this site, lots of memories..

Linda Foster Amar | http://www.masoncountydemocrats.comMon, 12 May 2014 2:27PM

I love these pages! Thanks to all who contributed to them. I added some information about myself to go with my annual photo. I suspect we were supposed to add information only for deceased class members. I am not deceased, but I wanted to share something of my life with my classmates, none of whom I have seen since 1964. I still think it would be nice for all of us to say something about ourselves and our lives so that our old friends could catch up. Maybe it doesn't matter so much for those of you who continued to live in Amarillo, but I've been an expatriate for 50 years, so I have lots to learn.

Lee DavidsonMon, 15 Jul 2013 2:52PM

Looking forward to 50th.

Doug RankinThu, 5 Apr 2012 3:04PM

Paula Porterfield died April 4th and we assume it was due to natural causes. She has had many medical issues over the last few years and had declined noticeably in health this past year. Paula had a very kind heart and always did things for others when she was able. She will be missed.

A memorial service will be held on Monday April 9th at 5 PM at the Amarillo Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 4901 Cornell St., Amarillo 79109.  If you care to, memorial gifts or flowers can be sent to Paula's church which has been extremely good to her over the years and helped her time and time again.

Mark YarbroughWed, 1 Sep 2010 5:44AM

I talked with Robert Jefferson through email just last week (August 24, 2010).  He is cancer free and doing fantastic!!  Wonderful news for him and his family.

James BakerFri, 12 Sep 2008 11:59AM

Rex, I thought this was gone.  I have some pictures to send from the 40th reunion.  Missed you at the 45th reunion.

Charles JonesMon, 11 Sep 2006 10:36AM

Thanks Rex for all the work and getting the site back up.

Ann Owen HilgersMon, 11 Sep 2006 9:30AM

Since I've seen none of you in 30 years , this is a wonderful way to remember those 4 good years at Tascosa. Thanks also to Lanna and Bobby for keeping me up-dated on my former classmates' needs and passings. If you are ever in LaGrange, TX (near the antique heaven of Round Top) give me a call. Thanks so much for your expertise in making this website. Ann

James BakerMon, 11 Sep 2006 5:45AM

I lost the old web-site address and starting asking if anyone knew it.  Good timing, thanks again.

Wayne BasdenMon, 11 Sep 2006 6:28AM

Thanks for reminding me of this site.  It's always enjoyable to remember the old times and friends.

Jack KellySun, 10 Sep 2006 8:58PM

Thanks for all the work that went into this. I have enjoyed the memories and look foreward to going back and seeing lots of classmates again one day soon, that are still in Amarillo.

Jack TomlinsonMon, 9 May 2005 6:39PM

Just got here - can't wait

Tomas DuranSat, 7 May 2005 11:17AM

I think you have done a great job and I really appreciate it.

Ned AbbottThu, 5 May 2005 1:31PM

Well done Rex,great work. Well retirement is here and it is off to Costa Rica, for whatever is left. Glad to see the Class of 63 going strong.

Donna YeagerWed, 4 May 2005 9:42PM

Thank you so much for all your hard work!  I also am enjoying a walk down memory lane!  My best to all from 1963!

Richard ChambersMon, 18 Apr 2005 5:14PM

Really neat

James BakerMon, 18 Apr 2005 12:01PM

Rex I keep coming back and looking again.  I wish more people would leave comments on pictures.  By the way, this is so great, I understand the class of 65 wants to talk to you. Thanks again.  JB

Ann Judd McNewMon, 18 Apr 2005 10:38AM

Thank you Rex for a walk down memory lane of 1963.  Really appreciate your hard work.  Thanks, Ann

Ron PattonSat, 9 Apr 2005 9:05AM

Rex,Thanks for a great job.  I still have an annual somewhere in storage, but I've been living out of the country a while and haven't had any access to it.  When I was in Amarillo for the 40th reunion, my wife and I and Ronnie Lancaster were browsing through the antique stores on 6th street.  Lo and behold we found a Tascosa High yearbook with our sophmore class.  I guess this makes us antiques! Thanks again... Ron

Frances SalkeldSat, 9 Apr 2005 6:02AM

Wow this is terrific. Rex, thanks for the awesome way to remind me my friends.

Tom FineFri, 8 Apr 2005 1:17PM

Really nice - Thanks Rex

RxThu, 7 Apr 2005 8:21PM

These are classmates  reported deceased. If anyone has an obit please post it here. Mary Bogard,  Sharon Barnes, Ronnie Barnett  Judy Bates,  MaryAnn Beard, Jacquelin Burgan,  Bob De Porter,  Jerry Dickerson,  Elaine Foster, Dewayne Furrh,  Harold Hammack, Larry Hedger, Virginia Hill,  Roger Howe, Betsy Jarrett Bill Miracle, Jerry Perry, Patricia Powers, Steve Reaves, Mike Roberts, Jolene Thomas, Rhonda Thurman, Mike Wheeless,
Don Whitehead, Linda Worley, Jim Wright

Len BusseyTue, 5 Apr 2005 5:25PM

Rex, you live in an area code I cannot access!  I envy your skills soooooo much!!!  Most of all, I want to know how you figured out how to make a living in Marble Falls.  I want to do that!!!

TIM BAKERTue, 5 Apr 2005 3:53PM


David AterTue, 5 Apr 2005 8:43AM

Rex...sent you a mail already, bit this is a very nice labor of love; I do like the idea of comparative photos as Linda suggests. Best to all and see you in July.  DAA

James BakerTue, 5 Apr 2005 9:21AM

Rex wonderful job

Linda Foster AmarTue, 5 Apr 2005 7:29AM

Such a fine gift to all of us.  Thanks!  Any chance of submittine current photos for comparison?  "Then and Now?"

Jo Hill(Tommie McBroom)Tue, 5 Apr 2005 6:33AM

Thanks for the walk down memory lane and for all the had work.

Vicky Nicholson BoxwellMon, 4 Apr 2005 6:44PM

Rex, thanks for all your hard work.

Lindy SmithMon, 4 Apr 2005 4:54PM

Thanks, Rex!

Kathy O'Connor PeirceMon, 4 Apr 2005 4:16PM

This is terrific! Thank you so much, Rex! 04/04/05

lewis wyckoffMon, 4 Apr 2005 3:57PM

this great. do not why someone didn't think of it years ago

Lanna HattonMon, 4 Apr 2005 3:25PM

Rex, This is fantastic!!

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