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Betty Callaway, was married to Bill Kincaid who reported that she had passed away some 20 years ago (Dec 2007)
Carol Callaway, reported deceased by Bill Kincaid (Dec 2007)
Kirby Campbell, lives with his wife, Mary, on Vorden Road, Walnut Grove, CA 95690. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. I have one bio-daughter, two step-daughters, three step-sons and four step-grandchildren. I attended SJSC ('50-'52), U.C. Davis ('53-'57) graduating with a B.S., D.V.M. I attended Harvard School of Public Health ('63-'64) earning an M.P.H. I was in the US Army ('57-'59), first in the infantry, then Vet Corp. I was in private veterinary practice in Oroville, CA.('59-'61), then a US Public Health Service veterinary officer (research in environmental toxicology) ('61-'84), retired in 1984 as a Captain (O-6). I lived in Campbell during high school, then Ft. Benning, then Ft. Ord, then Seattle, then Oroville, then Boston, then Cincinnati. Following retirement, in 1985, I moved with a boat-home (40' Bluewater motor yacht) to Walnut Grove Marina in California. Sold boat in '93 and moved to present address. I was first married in 1955, divorced in 1979. I married Mary in 1988. She had a canvas & upholstery business and attended Delta College, Stockton. Both of us are active in local churches and in helping care for elder family in Campbell and Ohio. Mary is the 'personal computer'. person at our place. We enjoy tennis, golf, boating (historically) and travel when we can; for pleasure (hopefully) and when needed. (Aug 2002) Kirby's wife, Mary C. Campbell, passed away Apr 23, 2005 (Jul 2005)
Daniel Campos, Age 73, of Seattle, WA, passed away peacefully Sunday, January 8, 2006. He was born October 31, 1932 in New Gulf, Texas. He is survived by his wife, Raquel, son, Dan, daughter, Marisa, and grandchildren, David and Martin. Daniel moved to Seattle in 1957, opened Campos Mexican Restaurant, on Roosevelt Way, with his brother Abel in 1958. Campos provided quality family dining for 25 years.
John Caravella, E-mail: email@example.com. I live on Gundersen Drive, San Jose, CA 95125-4941, with my wife, Barbara. We are the parents of Marie, Lori and JoAnn and VERY proud grandparents of Ashlynn, Cassie, Luke, Cole and another one to make its debut in July 2002. I was farming (fruit) in Vernalis, Patterson, Hollister and on Payne Avenue, San Jose until 27 years ago. When I saw the orchards being pulled out for housing developments, I got out of farming. At that time, I went into construction (part-time remodeling) and remained in that field until I retired 5 years ago. I missed my orchards immensely!! In 1989 we purchased a 600 acre cattle/hunting ranch (called the Double J)in Red Bluff, California, to keep us busy. During the first 5 years we owned the ranch, I built our cabin, garage, barn and motel (bunk house for the kids and friends), made roads, etc.. We spend 50% of our time at our ranch and love every minute of it, especially when we are with our children and their families. (May 2002)
Ward Carson, deceased Dec 14, 2001 in Rockford, IL (May 2005)
Don Chapman, lives with his wife, the former Doreen Frank (CUHS Class of 1952), on Savoie Way, Modesto, CA 95356. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org. Retired in 1989 from Cupertino and moved to Cameron Park. Our two sons and a granddaughter live in Campbell. The youngest son has a business there. Next year, Doreen and I will celebrate our 50th Anniversary. A Mechanical Engineer by trade for 17 years, then started my own business and also invested in Sacramento properties. I sold the business after 17 years and retired at 57. I''m still building Street Rods. 'Love this retirement. We also love traveling, gardening and are devoted to exercise and weight lifting. (Jul 2002) Well, Doreen and I are still ticking; celebrated our 52nd anniversary. We moved to Modesto in 2004. We're still traveling and cruising.(On ships and in my Hot Rod). We still have ties to the Campbell area. My oldest son is the girls baseball coach at Westmont Hi.See you at the next reunion, wherever it my be.(Nov 2005)
Richard Chapman, lives with his wife, the former Marieta Bumpas (CUHS '55), on Lauri Ave, Santa Clara, CA 95054 Email: email@example.com We have lived in Santa Clara for 47 years. I worked for Ford Motor Company for 30 years until the plant closed in Milpitas. My wife worked for Recycled Paper Greetings. We have been to Hawaii three times, Mexico once and taken several trips across the United States with the children years ago. Now, I canít travel due to bad hips. I had one hip replaced last July and going to have the left hip done on Jan 8, 2003. I have been collecting antique clocks for over 20 years. I also repaired clocks until my eyes went bad. We have two boys, two girls, seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild (Jan 2003)
Dominic Cirone, deceased Mar 24, 1998. (The following biography was prepared by Dominic's dauthter, Loretta Tomacci) Dominic Cirone was born in San Jose on December 27, 1910. Later the family moved to Union Ave., at Foxworthy, in Campbell. His parents were Rocco and Jessie Cirone, who were ranchers in the valley. He attended Campbell Grammar School and then went on to Campbell High School. As a young man he was expected to help his parents on the ranches, but not being interested in ranching he left home at an early age and dropped out of high school. He worked for Mayfair Packing Co. and attended classes at Hearld College, taking secretarial classes. He joined the then 3C's for a couple of years and then enlisted in the Army Air Corps, which later became the Air Force. He was in China and India during World War II. In 1941 he married Lucille Gilson of Campbell and was stationed at Hamilton Air Base. He had two daughters, Marie Loretta Tomacci of San Jose and Margaret Irene Leverett of Plancentia, California..
During one of his tours of duty, in Hawaii (before it was a state), he decided to get his high school diploma. He passed his GED test and was awarded his diploma in 1950. After receiving his GED diploma, Dominic wrote to Campbell High School requesting that he be listed as a Campbell High Graduate. Since he had been a long time Campbell resident and had attended Campbell High, this request was granted. His name was included in the 1950 graduating class.
He was in the service for 30 years with tour of duties being Travis AFB twice, Hawaii, Europe twice (once in Germany and once in England), retiring in Victorville, at the rank of Master Sergeant. He came back to San Jose and worked for the Recorders Office for five years. His wife, Lucille, passed away and in 1993 he married his second wife Eda and was married for five years when he passed away in 1998. (May 2003)
Bill Cockey, lives on N Starrina Rd., Rathdrum, ID 83858 (Feb 2003) We need more information, Bill
Leland Conklin, passed away Dec 12, 2003 in Patterson, CA (Mar 2004)
George Croft, lives with his wife, Janet, on Jayhawk Court, Penn Valley, CA 95946. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. We have been married 47 years. I retired after 30 years with the Chevrolet Motor Division. (Jul 2002)
Shirley Crook (Haggard), lives with her husband, Henry ('50), on Riconada Dr., San Jose, CA 95125 (Feb 2003) We need more information, Shirley
Virginia Cross (Garthwait), deceased Aug 21, 1998. Virginia was married to Earl Garthwait (also CUHS class of 1950) in Nov. 1955. They had one boy, three girls and six grandchildren. She graduated from SJSC in 1954 with a degree in Elementary Education. She taught for two years in Berkeley before becoming a full-time mom and helpmate. She was a member of Kappa Phi (Methodist Women's Sorority) and the AAUW (American Association of University Women) Montalvo Service. In Corvallis, OR, where they moved in 1977, she was a member of UMW (United Methodist Women) Assistance League. Virginia died of cancer in August 1998. (Aug 2002)
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