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Las Cruces High School-Mayfield High School Class of 1967 - Guestbook

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Donald Allen - 07-09-2020
I started school at McArthur Elementary in the '50's. Went to Conlee Elementary from 3-5 Lynn Jr High from 6-9 and graduated from LCHS in 1967.  It's been a heck of an adventure ever since.
Max Martin - 11-22-2017
What a great 50th reunion!  Thanks to all who put this together.  It was worth the long trip from Indiana.  It was so great to see everyone, wished I could have had time visit more with everyone.  My wife Donna (class of '73,Charlestown, IN) fell in love with Cruces this time and the ones she met at the reunion.  Thanks especially to Melissa (Thornberry) and Trish (Nevarez) who took the time to come over and talk with her.  Wishing you all the best -- feeling blessed to have known and grown up with all of you.
--Max
Thom Holmes - 10-30-2017
Summer of '64, I was one of those New York kids that came because my dad worked for Grumman at the WS Test Site. A year at LCHS was cultural shock and extreme heat adjustments. Jr and Sr year at MHS were great. Thanks to a great BFF, I grew and explored all that life offered, a truly wonderful time of self discovery. I have always cherished those moments. I had graduated from a brand new elementary school, so doing it again in hs was special. I want to say thank you to one and all for that time in my life. My life journey has it's ups and downs, but is now very satisfying. I wish the same for all of you. One regret i have is never thanking Coach Bradley for his inspiration, one hell of a guy.
Joe David Lacy - 10-27-2017
Glad to be here in the future now. Much love to all who were a part of my life, sad and happy, serious and fun, important or indifferent. Thanks to all who were there for me, or tried to be. Wish I could have been there more for several awesome people that I crossed paths with in my life from high school & since.
Bonnie Dessauer Montpya - 09-21-2017
I graduated from Mayfield in 1967. I went two years to NMSU  then married Bill Montoya, class of '58. Lived in Santa Fe for 30 years and we moved to Ruidoso ten years ago. We have two children   and four grand dogs.
I haven't seen anyone since the tenth reunion, and I'm hoping to see everyone.
William Haynie Rowan - 07-31-2017
I have lived in California all these years.  I got my PhD in Math in 1992.  My wife Charlene and I like to dance.  Looking forward to seeing everyone again.
Nick M Neumeyer - 06-12-2016
I attended Las Cruces High School my sophomore year. My Junior and Senior years were at Mayfield High School, and I was a part of the first graduating class from Mayfield High School in 1967.
Linda Bearden Duncan - 06-06-2016
I graduated with the class of 69.  Married to Rod Duncan (Mayfield class of 68) we left Las Cruces to make our fame and fortune.  Well you know how that goes.. We lived in the Dallas area for 42 years.  We are returning to retire in the area around Las Cruces soon.  After spending 3 years circumnavigating the Caribbean we are now aboard It's Perfect moving north on the east coast.  Check out our Blog at http://svitsperfect.blogspot.com or FB  at Rod Linda Duncan
James (Jim) Jordan - 06-06-2016
Though I did not graduate from LCHS, I did go first through junior year in the Las Cruces Public school system.  My family moved to Fairbanks Alaska before my senior year, where I graduated and continued on to college (University of Alaska.). My family returned to Las Cruces and I stayed on in Fairbanks for a couple more years.

I returned in 1972, and graduated from NMSU in 1974.  I live in La Union, NM.

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