Dilver Hustad 
Dilver passed away July 30, 2006.

He lived Diamond Bar, California with his wife Carmen. 

Dilver made his home in California for over 45 years and worked for the Defense Contract Management Agency for 22 years.  

He also had a vacation home on the Colorado River, near Parker, and enjoyed spending much time there.

He has a son and daugher from a previous marriage and 
five grandchildren.
John Finkelstein
John died in Albuquerque, NM, Feb. 24, 2008. 

A friend, Andrea Jill Gersten Higgins writes about John::
John Finkelstein was a retired professor of finance at the Univ. of New Mexico. He came to Scottsdale for the past several years to attend family events at the synagogue where I am music director. Sadly, he passed away from Parkinson's disease. At the very end, it was such a shame to be at the mercy of drugs that dimmed his brilliant mind, not to mention his body.
Catalina High School, Tucson, Arizona, USA

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Wendy Cring 
A graduate of the University of Arizona, she was active in the animal rights movement.  
Eddie Geisel 
Eddie passed away from a heart attack in 1995. 
Bill Bourguignon 
Tori Bourguignon, Bill Bourguignon's daughter-in-law writes:
My father-in-law, Bill Bourguignon, passed away November, 1998, at 57, of cancer.
Bill was married to Bernadette Bourguignon until his 
death. She still resides in Tucson. They have one son, 
Chris who attended the University of Arizona and 
presently lives in Yuma. Bill has two grandchildren ages 8 and 4.
Bill worked in retail and owned Parises Western Wear 
in South Tucson until its closure in 1994 and then 
worked for American Home Furnishing until he became ill.
Bill loved horses, rodeo and roping and did so for as 
long as he possibly could.
Sandra Cuison
Classmate Lynda Cuison Schaefer writes
My sister, Sandra, passed away in January 1973 (31 years old).  She was a wonderful person and sister and I have 
surely missed her. 
Deanna Kowaleski 
Deanna passed away from Alzheimer's Disease.  The following is from the San Jose Mercury-News. 
Deanna Marie Ryan Entered into rest Campbell, CA Feb. 21, 2004. Beloved mother of Jeff (wife Janie) Ryan, Todd Ryan and Stacy (and fiance, Caesar) Ryan all of San Jose. Dearest daughter of Helene Kowaleski. Loving grandmother of Spencer Ryan and Nicholas Ryan. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, age 62 years, she attended high school in Tucson, Arizona.  Interment is at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Los Altos.   
Ralph Edward Hougen 
Classmate Howard Frederick writes:
Eddie was my best friend, starting from grade 2 at Blenman 
until our junior year at CHS.  He was shy, good natured,with 
a wonderful sense of humor.  Naturally good at many things, 
he chose not to join organized sports, yet we would spend 
hours at his house after school tossing a baseball, or 
playing marbles (which he tended to accumulate from my 
inventory at a remarkable rate).  He was a gifted painter 
and craftsperson and I can still see his hands as they held a 
brush or joined pieces of wood.

Eddie became an accountant after high school, moved to 
California and married.  He lived with his wife and daughter 
on the east bay south of Oakland.

Robert Appleton 
Georgia Hanson Love writes
Bobby died about August of 2000, in Ontario, or Vale,OR I believe. I thought I would look him up because of the last HS reunion, while I was visiting my ill father in Ontario.  When I opened the paper, much to my dismay, was his obituary. When I told my brother,  who managed a motel in Ontario, he said Bobby used to stay in his motel on his salesman trips.  I probably have the obituary somewhere, but I can't put my finger on it. 
Gaila Crotts (Davis)
12/07/1941 - 01/12/2003
Kathleen Kennedy writes:
Gaila stayed Tucson-local.  She was graduated from the UofA 
(with highest honors) and the UofA Law school.  Gaila 
practiced domestic and family law for 25 years until cancer 
shortened her life.  She sought success in helping others.  
Gaila's wonderful sense of humor and strong intellect allowed 
her to be so generous with her time and skills --and those 
facets of her personality and character always caused many to 
seek her advice and friendship.  She is missed by family and 

Betty Jo Feldhacker
January 10, 1941--March 1999
Betty Jo's brother Bill Feldhacker writes: 
     As I was viewing your website, I noted that my sister's name 
was among your "Top Ten Wanted" as missing.  Sadly, she died 
at the age of 58 in Scottsdale, Arizona after suffering a 
brain hemmorage.  She had been very sucessful in the real 
estate market, and was always in the million dollar sales 
     After moving from Tucson right after high school, she 
remained in Scottsdale for the rest of her life.  She has two 
daughters, 5 grandchildren; her mother (now 86); her father 
(now 94) and myself, Bill Feldhacker,(now 63) from the class 
of 1961 who survive her. 
      She is greatly missed.

Sandy Boonstra
From the Arizona Daily Star, Dec. 17, 2006
Sandra Mae Boonstra Age 65, of Tucson, passed away peacefully after a short illness on Thursday, December 14, 2006 surrounded by her family. Sandra was born in Zeeland, MI on August 3, 1941, the daughter of John and Gertrude (Post) Boonstra. She moved to Tucson in 1956 with her family. She graduated from Catalina High School in 1959 where she was sports "Girl of the Year" two years in a row. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Education with a major in Physical Education from the University of Arizona in 1963. She taught Physical Education at Heuneme and Oxnard High Schools in Oxnard, CA for 20 years. During this time she received a Master of Arts degree in Education from Azusa Pacific College in Azusa, CA in 1978. She moved to Durango, CO in 1983 to become a co-owner of Golden Eagle Outfitters, a concession business catering to the Tamarron Resort. In December of 1984, she was in a motor vehicle accident which left her severely disabled. 
Robert Biddle Cassell
Biddle died July 9, 2008 in Long Beach, CA. 
Harry Bowman 
1941-Early 60's
Classmate Leslie Hunter says that Harry died in the early 60's; he was a pall bearer at the funeral. Harry was diabetic and could have died from complications of the disease. 

Larry Deckter
Larry passed away Dec. 9, 2002. 
Larry had become a successful lawyer. He had rheumatic fever as a child. Larry had pig's valves transplanted into his heart. Then two more complete heart transplants. 
He is survived by his wife Earline, daughter Monique and son Robert.
This information was thoughtfully supplied by Larry's friend, J.R.Miller.

Alan Jarvis 
Alan died in Tucson on Jan. 13, 2005. . 
Ronald Conn
.Ron died July 8, 1988 in Tucson. 
Roger Brichta
Roger attended the University of Arizona and was a member of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity. He lived in Spring, Texas where he passed away August 16, 2007.  

Edward Fritz
Eddie passed away in Tucson Oct. 19, 2005
Dwight King 
Dwight attended the University of Arizona and lived in Yuma. He died Oct. 16, 2001.  . 
Corrinne Englet (Brown)
Corrinne lived in Duncan, AZ and  passed away there Sept. 9, 2006. 
She worked over 20 years for Tucson Union School District.  Corrinne was also an advocate for battered families, and a 4-H leader.
She left behind a menagerie of animals including her beloved horse Piney. 

Beverly Bowler Clouse 
1941- 2008
Gary Clouse, Beverly's Husband writes:
Beverly died 2 months after our 49th anniversary.  
I met Bev while I was in the Air Force stationed at Davis-Monthan, and she was still in school.
We married after she graduated and had 4 children together; 3 boys and a girl.
Our son, Christopher was born in Arizona, David in Florida, Brian in Alaska, and our daughter, Carol, in England.
As you can see, we traveled quite a bit.  Bev had to be on her own while I spent a year in Korea, and later another year in Vietnam.  Bev dedicated her life to caring for her family.
She was a fantastic mother and a most wonderful wife and companion.  
She was a friend to everyone she met, even casually in the market or post office. 
She suffered from asthma for most of her life, and died suddenly from a heart attack at home. She had been ill for some time.
Beverly passed away Nov. 5, 2008.
Nunnally Crotts
From the Arizona Daily Star
Nunnally Crotts, Jr., 68, passed away early March 20, 2009, after a long battle with lung cancer. His loving mother, Undine Fisher, grieves his loss. "Time moves surely on and other days will come, but nothing will ever be the same because he is gone to God." Besides his mother, "Nub" is survived by his son, David Crotts of Michigan; aunts and cousins in California and Tennessee. He is preceded in death by his sister, Gaila V. Davis, and his father, N.H. Crotts, Sr. A Tucson native, he used his entrepreneurial personality in sales living his life in Arizona, California, and Washington.
Thayne Higgins 
Thayne passed away May 1st, 2009 at Boswell Hospital in Sun City, AZ.  His heart gave out after a very long struggle to recover from illnesses since February 28. 

He was a long-time TV-radio engineering executive in Arizona broadcasting in Tucson, Phoenix, and Prescott. Before his retirement in 2004 he had been Telecommunications Mangager of Yavapai Community College.

He leaves behind Anne, his loving wife of 41 years.
Ginny Forbes Hester 
Obituary from the Arizona Daily Star, May. 16, 2010:

HESTER, Zorah Virginia "Ginny", please join us in celebrating the life of "Ginny" who passed away suddenly on Saturday, May 8, 2010. Ginny was born July 13, 1941 in Burlington Vermont the daughter of William and Zoe Forbes. Ginny was a "people person". She enjoyed being with people and giving to others. Ginny touched many lives and her generosity will be remembered by all of us. If you needed anything or if you had a problem, Ginny would be there for you no questions asked. Ginny enjoyed sewing, knitting and crocheting. She was passionate about gardening and she was an active member of the Iris Society. Ginny and Spud were both active in the Classic Chevy Car Club. Ginny is survived by husband, James Randall "Spud: Hester; son, James Lee Hester and his wife, Dawn and sister, Nancy Forbes. Ginny will be missed by all of us.

Kenneth Fones
Ken passed away in Tucson, Oct. 15, 2010. He is a 2012 inductee in the Pima County Sports Hall of Fame.

Patrick Harrold 
From the Arizona Daily Star:
Patrick Harrold 69, native of Tucson. A loving husband father, grandfather and brother. Passed away peacefully on March 31, 2011. He is survived by his loving wife, Connie; daughters, Debbie (Dave) Michelle, Stacy (Jerry) and seven grandchildren; brothers, Mike (Cele) and Clint (Linda); sisters, Mary and Marcella and many more loving family and friends. 
Chuck Cohen
From The Arizona Daily Star: 
Charles "Chuck" H. Cohen Cherished husband, father, and friend, passed away on April 22, 2011. He is preceded in death by his loving parents, Hayden and Dorothy Cohen. Chuck leaves behind a family who will forever be grateful for the gift of his life and unwavering love. Chuck is survived by his beloved Sandy Cohen; cherished children, Heidi Cohen (Frank Corrales), David Cohen and Jeff Baron (Traci Sym); as well as his precious grandchildren, Andrea Cohen, Bianca Cohen, Vera Baron and Miles Baron. He is also survived by his devoted sister and brother-in-law, Marylin and Sid Eisenfeld and their children and grandchildren. Our family is forever grateful to Frank Corrales for his organ donation that extended our time with Chuck for an additional five years. Chuck was an avid Steeler fan, his hometown team and loved the team as much as the place. Chuck, known for his quick wit and humor, leaves his family and friends with a lifetime of wonderful and unique memories that will forever be cherished. He will be greatly missed by all, especially his puppies, 
Carol Cox Eastlund
.Carol's son, Philip "Beau" Eastlund contacted us in May, 2011 and wrote the following:
     Carol married my father, Larry Eastlund soon after high school. My sister and I were born a few years after that, a year and two weeks apart. Being the wife of a young lieutenant in the Air Force she was forced to move our household many times and returned to Tucson for one year between 1971 and 1972 while my father was fighting in a war on Southeast Asia. Upon his return we moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado where we finally settled for many years on a wooded plot in the Black Forest, where we kept horses and she tried to grow a garden during the six weeks that are Summer there. 
    She made many lasting friendships and was very active in community
and school events, always ready to use her artistic skills for the common good. Every Tuesday she got together with her bridge club, a boisterous gathering of ladies from many different backgrounds who helped each other cope with their difficulties and share their joys.
     In 1974 she was diagnosed with breast cancer and after ten years of valiant battle she finally succumbed on May 30, 1984 at the Air Force Academy hospital. She was survived by her father, Ray Cox (d. 1993), her brother, Paul Cox who still lives in Tucson (we believe), her husband,  who now lives in Boulder, Colorado, her daughter, Linda Eastlund, who lives in Portland, Oregon and me, Philip, who lives in Springfield, Oregon.

Her most recent photo.

Rick Krivel 
From his Arizona Daily Star Obiturary:
     Rick Krivel born in Tucson May 18, 1941 passed away peacefully at his Tucson home on April 7, 2012 in the arms of his beloved wife of 24 years, Patty; son, Michael (Tucson); adopted daughter, Lori Bable (Tucson), Terri Metz (Columbus, IN) and his two special felines. Our hearts are broken that we have had to let him go to return to God. Rick's soul persists with God, but his spirit remains in our hearts and connects us forever. Prior to his retirement in 2006, Rick enjoyed a successful career in commercial banking including being instrumental in the growth of National Bank of Arizona and a founding member and Chairman of the Board of Alliance Bank of Arizona. Rick was a well-respected leader and manager known for empowering his employees to succeed. As Chairman for Alliance Bank, not a morning went by that he did not traverse the office saying good morning to every single employee—his respect for the inherent dignity of all people came across in all his interactions! What Rick loved most was reading, gardening, laughing and spending time with his wife, family and dear friends, celebrating life in every moment. Rick renewed his faith in 2010 when he found a home at Redeemer Lutheran Church; his faith in his Savior and Lord Jesus Christ comforted him throughout his life. Preceded in death by his parents, Fred and Rosemary Krivel; sister, Judith Davis.
Sue Dishinger (Krivel)
From the Arizona Daily Star Obituary:
Susan Marie Krivel was born in Tucson June 2, 1941 and passed away peacefully on August 21, 2012 surrounded by loved ones. We trust she now dwells in the presence of God and feels loved beyond her wildest imagination. Prior to her retirement, Susan taught as a second grade teacher. She was most passionate about being a mother and is survived by her two sons, Spencer B. Krivel and Michael J. Krivel. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Madeline R. Krivel and Justin S. Krivel. Preceded in death by her parents Ira and Mary Dishinger.

Editor's note: Sue was married for many years to classmate Rick Krivel.

David Allen Enz
Dave passed away at his home in Flagstaff on Nov. 30, 2013.
He was the retired Public Safety Director at the Tucson International Airport. 
Gene Hammel 
After a short stint in semi-pro baseball in Alaska after graduating from high school, Gene returned to Tucson to get his degree from the University of Arizona. He then worked in Los Angeles until the early 70's. He moved to Washington, DC, where he worked most of his life in three distinct careers -- 12 years with a Federal 
agency; then 12 years on Capitol Hill working first as Executive Assistant for U.S. Senator Lawton Chiles for 10 of those years followed by 2 years as Staff Director of the Coast Guard and Navigation Subcommittee, Merchant Marine and Fisheries
Committee, U.S. House of Representatives; followed by 14 years as Assistant Director, International Affairs, U.S. Coast Guard.
Gene passed away in Florida after a long battle with cancer.
For more information on his life read his classmate's page written by him before his passing HERE.
Nancy Howell Crumbacher 
From the Arizona Daily Star:
Nancy Jean Crumbacher peacefully died of natural causes at her home in Tucson, Arizona, during the early morning hours of September 1, 2014.
She is survived by her siblings, Cheryl Howell, Doug Howell and Ronald Howell; nieces and nephews and by her daughter, Laura Crumbacher. Nancy was 73 years old. 
Patricia Harms 
The following was written and sent to us in Oct. 2014 by Susan Beaupre-Neal, Patricia's daughter:
Hi, I am her adopted daughter. She died of Encephalitis, what 
is now known as West Nile disease at age of 50.  She was Married to Walter Beaupre, from Amphi High.  She had two children with him and they passed away within 3 days after having each of them and then they adopted 2 children, which is my brother, Mark Beaupre and Myself Susan Coffman-Beaupre-Neal.    beaupresn@yahoo.com

Kathie Brown Bryson
From the Arizona Daily Star:
Katherine F. Bryson, (Kathie) passed away peacefully on October 27, 2014, in Tucson. She was 73. She will be sorely missed as a devoted and loving wife, mom, Grammie, sister, auntie, friend, volunteer and most-recently great-grandmother. She touched so many lives in so many special ways. Family, friends and offering a hand to others were central to her beautifully fulfilling life. Kathie met her husband, Quentin Bryson, when they were both in 5th grade at Blenman Elementary School in Tucson. She and Quentin both graduated from Catalina High School class of 1959. Kathie went on to graduate from Stephens College, and married Quentin shortly thereafter. Kathie worked in their real estate and development company, but her two greatest passions were always family and community. Whether serving in leadership, or just lending a caring hand, Kathie worked tirelessly for many wonderful organizations, including: Job's Daughters (Past honored Queen), PTA (President), Girl Scouts (Troop leader), Catalina United Methodist Church, Junior League of Tucson (Rummage sale chair, and other offices), St. Luke's Board of Visitors (President and Chair, Baile De Las Flores), St. Luke's Home for Women (Instrumental in the founding and active board member), Silver and Turquoise Board of Hostesses, Pima Council on Aging (Board), Tucson Unified School District (Chair of TUSDs first Community, Parent and School Council), and always a PEO Chapter J Sister. Kathie enjoyed travel and was always up for a new adventure. She was eager to experience many cultures and travel the globe. Later in life, she enjoyed splitting her time between her homes in the White Mountains and Tucson. The extent of Kathie's health issues was unknown to many, as she never wanted to cause worry or concern. In the end she lost a brave battle to Melanoma. Kathie was preceded in death by parents, A.P. Brown and Dorothy Brown. She is survived by her husband, Quentin Bryson; daughter, Deborah Bryson; grandson, Bryan (Erica) Frazelle and great-granddaughter, Avery Kay; son, Gregory (Susan) Bryson; and grandchildren, Matthew, Kate, and Abby; brother, Kennedy F. Brown (Janelle); along with many nieces and nephews and her SNEDCO family. At her request, the family will make arrangements for a celebration of her life to be held at a later time. She asked that any remembrances be made to help others through one of her favorite Arizona non-profit social service agencies: Intermountain Centers for Human Development (www.ichd.net)
Merlyn Bee
Classmate Paul Cavner writes
My friend Merl Bee passed away Sunday, June 21, 2015 at about 8:00 pm with his family at his bed side.  Merl had heart issues, diabetes and liver problems.  He is survived by his wife of 45 years Rochelle, daughter Melissa and son Michael.  He had been active in his church, Scottsdale Bible Church and had a long career selling real estate.

Paul Ardle 
Morris Ardle, Paul's brother writes: 
Paul died on Oct. 31, 1988. Paul was my older brother. He was at work and got up to get a drink of water and had a massive heart attack and died instantly. He was married with children.  
Gary Boling
 Gary passed away April 15, 2018 in Tucson. He was an auto mechanic associated with Boling's Garage at 1150 N. Alvernon. 
Nate Foster
Nathan R. Foster (Nate) passed away peacefully surrounded by family on November 30, 2018 in Tucson, Arizona at the age of 77. Obituary

Jim Courson
     When Jim's wife Anna received our 60th reunion card, she responded:
     "It is with great sorrow to inform you that Jim Courson died this last year. But, I know he would have enjoyed the reunion."
      Jim was at our 55th reunion. He lived in Sonoita. 
Paul Christ
Paul was born on July 18, 1941 and passed away on Monday, April 1, 2019. Paul was a resident of Hickory, North Carolina at the time of passing. He was a Lutheran minister. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by, sister, Barbara. Those left to cherish his memory are; Wife of 51 years; Shirley Christ of the home. Sons: Joshua Philip Christ and wife Elaine of Fletcher, NC. Noel Emerson Christ of Bradenton, FL. Daughter: Jacque Marie Crump and husband Lee of Hickory, NC. Brothers: Jim Christ and wife Mary of Tucson, AZ. Dan Christ and wife Karen of Northfield, MN. Sister: Diane Lasky and husband Frank of Tucson, AZ. Grandchildren: Mia Christ, Jonah Christ, Ann Marie Crump, Ashley Crump.
Pam Geror (Antcliffe)
Liesen Clemons wrote on April 8, 2019:
Pamela passed away on June 18, 2016 in Eades, TN. Pam is survived by her 2 children, John Antcliffe and Camille Antcliffe; she also had 7 grandchildren who will all miss her very much.
Legacy.com obituary
Dan Fullington
Dan's wife Janice wrote the following to us June 24, 2019:
     My spouse, Dan D. Fullington, who graduated from Catalina High School in 1959 is deceased. Dan enlisted in the USAF in 1960 and retired in 1980 from Mtn. Home AFB in Idaho.
     I met this fine man when he was stationed @ Plattsburgh AFB, Plattsburgh, N.Y. in 1972. Dan's military career consisted of avionics maintenance. 
     We were married in 1973. It was the second marriage for each of us. We enjoyed 44 years together. Dan became showing symptoms of memory loss during our last vacation to Phoenix in February 2013. This condition eventually progressed to a diagnosis of Alzheimer's. He passed on August 19, 2017 in Vermont where we had made our home since 1998. 

Respectfully submitted,
Janice Fullington
73 Ellison Street 
Milton, VT 05468 
Juergen Foerstner
Juergen died in Scottsdale, AZ April 12, 2018. 

Juergen was an engineer and had developed several patents. He was married to his wife Donna. He was born July 1, 1940 and passed away April 12, 2018. He attended our 55th class reunion in 2014 and you can see several photos of him in Past Reunion section of our site. 
Glenn Carlson
Obituary from Legacy.com:

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Glenn Howard Carlson on Monday, November 30, 2020 after a severe heart attack. Glenn was in his 79th year.

Beloved husband and best friend of Georgia Carlson.

Loving father of Melissa McCaleb of Grapevine Texas, and Monica Beeman, spouse, Doug Beeman of Atlanta Texas. He was the proud grandfather to Brianna Watkins and Abigail Watkins. He is survived by his beloved Cat, Mr. Billy.

Glenn was a member of Highland Park Baptist Church and he loved the Lord.

Fondly remembered by his extended family and many good friends.

Glenn owned Carlson Sprinkler Repair in Texarkana Texas. He also worked as a part-time merchandiser for Scott’s Miracle Grow at Home Depot and Lowe’s.

Glenn was originally from Tucson, Arizona. He graduated from Northern Arizona University in 1966. He was also the longtime owner of Carlson’s Brick and Utility in Tucson.

He loved boating and being on the water in his favorite two cities, San Diego, California and Jacksonville, Florida. He was an avid Florida Gator fan for 30 years. When not watching the game, he could be found outside working. He was a hard worker who was passionate about landscaping and yard work.

His favorite past time was watching Gunsmoke and doing crossword puzzles.

Glenn and his beloved Georgia traveled across the country seeing many views for 20 years. He loved taking Georgia on extended cruises, and his favorite all-time trip was going to visit the Mount Rushmore Monument.  

One of Glenn’s favorite verses in the Bible states, “Be strong, vigorous and very courageous, be not afraid or dismayed the Lord your God is with you wherever you go” (Joshua 1.9).

Glenn was greatly loved and will be greatly missed.

Visit his CHS page prior to passing HERE.
Betty Lou Dandurand Jungen
Obituary from Bringsfuneralhome.com

     Betty Lou Jungen, 79, of Tucson, AZ, passed away December 23, 2020, at home with her husband and family by her side.
     Betty was born to Gerard Levi (d. 2000) and Marion Lucille Dandurand (d. 2003), on April 5, 1941 in Bourbonnais Township, IL. Betty enjoyed the love of her siblings - sister: Barbara Kay Anderson of Tucson, Arizona; and two brothers: Gerard Thomas Dandurand (d. 2005); and James Frederick Dandurand of Holiday, FL. Gerard and Marion moved the family from Kankakee, Illinois to Tucson, Arizona in the mid-1950’s. Betty graduated from Catalina HS in Tucson in 1959.
     On March 13, 1959, Gerard arranged for one of his machine shop clients, William Eugene (Bill) Jungen, to take Betty on a Coke date. Betty and Bill were immediately smitten with each other, and on Nov. 26, 1959 they were married at St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Tucson. Just this past Thanksgiving Day, the couple celebrated their 61st Anniversary in the very same church with their five children, grandchildren, spouses and significant others. Bill and the family treasure the recent memory of that joyous Thanksgiving Day celebration.
     In addition to her loving husband, Bill, Betty is survived by their five children: Janet Lee Cline (Mike) of Sierra Vista, AZ; William Dwaine Jungen (Carolyn) of Tucson, AZ; Michael Gerard Jungen (Fhanor Lenis) of Belle Isle, FL; Jacalyn Kay Livingstone (Ralph) of Lake LA, CA; and Julie Ann Alvira (Ruben) of Tucson, AZ. She is also survived by nine grandchildren and step-grandchildren: Michael Livingstone (Molly Liles); Kirsten Myhres (Tyson); Alton Livingstone (Victoria); Anna Livingstone; Aimee Alvira (Sam Kinslow); Alex Alvira; Jason Livingstone; Ryan Cline (Tiffany); and Jaclyn Hughes (Mike); great-grandson Mykyl Jungen (Graycie); and seven step-great-grandchildren: Lauren, Aubrey, Trevor, MacKenna, Parker, Kyla, and Autumn.
     Betty loved traveling with Bill - often to see family, explore the world or cruise the oceans. “Out-Bound Travel” was her playful travel arranging moniker. She was immensely proud of her family and loved ones. She unfailingly embraced friends old and new and each would be greeted exuberantly with joyful hugs!
     Her Catholic Faith was central in her life, in her relationship with Bill and in her vibrant engagement of life. The Rosary meant a great deal to her, and she treasured each rosary from special places and people in her life.
     She was the Sunshine in our lives - spirituality and literally! For many years when her children were younger, Betty embodied Sunshine the Clown for birthdays, celebrations and church festivals at Our Mother of Sorrows School and Church. The joy and spirit of Sunshine will be a lasting memory for all who’s lives she touched.
Georgia Hanson Love
(From her obituary)
     She was born in Franklin MA on June 2nd 1941. Passed away November 10th 2021. She leaves behind 6 children, Michael, Anne, David, Shawn, Travis, and Rachel. She was everyone’s best friend. Everyone that met her felt that they could tell her anything, and she would listen. She was so kindhearted and filled with joy. She would do anything she could for anyone she knew, or even just met. She could strike up a conversation with anyone and they always walked away with a smile. She told stories that you could listen to a thousand times and never get tired of hearing. She had a hard life, but she always managed to come out of it stronger, and with more stories to tell. Her unwavering faith in God is what gave her that strength and guided her through all her tribulations. She was always involved in a church. She worked as a receptionist at Christ Church united Methodist for many years, but Valley Christian Church was her home. She loved everyone there and called them family. They did so much for her and our family throughout the years she attended. She was a warm ray of sunshine that graced our lives, and she will truly be missed. We can’t wait to see her beautiful face again someday. We will rejoice knowing that she is at peace reunited with loved ones that passed before her.

Neil Carmony
April 22, 1941 - April 15, 2021
From en.everybodywiki.com
Neil Bradley Carmony was an American writer and editor of Natural History and Old West books.

Carmony was born in Tucson, Arizona, to Paul B. and Thelma Carmony, and had one sister, Charlene (Carmony) Fagan. He lived in Tucson all his life, graduating from Catalina High School in Tucson in 1959 and attending the University of Arizona. Carmony was married for a decade to the late Carol Jean Oler, divorcing in 1981.

Carmony was trained as a chemist and worked for the U.S. Geological Survey before turning to writing, editing, compiling, and publishing. He often collaborated with other writers and editors, most notably David E. Brown, an Arizona Game and Fish Department veteran and faculty associate at the Arizona State University’s School of Life Sciences (where Brown was named Educator of the Year in 2009).

In the 2006 book Deer of the Southwest, author Jim Heffelfinger wrote of Carmony and Brown in the acknowledgements, “A special thanks goes to Dave Brown and Neil Carmony for instilling in me their indomitable skepticism”. Carmony’s signature legacy was his deep research and strict adherence to the truth.

Larry Hessick
From Teresa Hessick:
Larry Hessick died at home in Tucson August 25, 2022. He was born July 3, 1941. 
Classmate, webmaster Ray Lindstrom added:
I knew Larry, a really nice guy. He was quite an entrepreneur and was the publisher of a an entrepreneurial magazine at one point. He was involved in many ventures. Starting in 2002 he began a real estate career with Century 21. I could not find a photo of Larry anywhere and he was not in our yearbook.     
Frances Archer (Cucuzza)
From the Arizona Daily Star
     Frances Archer Cucuzza (née Frances Nan Archer) was born on Oct. 26th, 1941 in Tucson, Arizona to Ettie Mae Ashford Archer and John Washington Archer. She was the second of two children, following her older sister Florence. 
     She graduated from Catalina High School in 1959, and then from The University of Arizona in Tucson in 1963 with a Bachelor of Arts in Education. That same year, she married her first husband of 8 years, Jerry Rudd. They settled in California, first in Burlingame, and then Pleasanton. 
      For the next chapter of her life, she moved to Campbell CA, where she met and wed her second husband of 2 years, Frank Cucuzza. In 1978, she gave birth to their son, Christopher, to whom she was a loving and devoted mother. 
     Frances worked in various fields including education, real estate title, banking and administration.
     A true lover of animals, she was the rescuer of many cats, dogs, and birds, and wouldn't hesitate to stop traffic in order to escort wobbling goslings across a busy street. 
     Fran enjoyed drives on country roads, the sound of rain, fresh lemons from her tree, and Arizona sunsets. 
     She passed away on Jun. 17th, 2023, at age 81, in Santa Clara CA, and will be dearly missed. She is survived by her son, and his wife Marie Deschenes. 
Larry L. King
He is survived by his wife Alice; and his daughters, Kelly Kempi (Greg), and Kendra Scudder (Paul); grandchildren, Elaina, Dawson and Jackson; brother Jack King (Sylvia); and sister-in-law Ann Koss (David).

Larry was born in Keokuk, Iowa in 1941 and moved to Tucson in 1957. He graduated from Catalina High School in 1959 and from the University of Arizona in 1965. He enlisted in the US Army and spent 20 years before retiring at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. He then went on to work another 20 years for the Army as a civilian, considering himself a soldier for life.

Larry and Alice, his beloved wife of 57 years, moved back to Tucson in 2018 to escape the cold winters of the Midwest.

Alice (Dawson) was a graduate of CHS, 1960.
Conrad Bachelier
From the obituary on Legacy.com
    On the morning of March 19th, 2023, Conrad Grady Bachelier passed away peacefully in his home, surrounded by family. He leaves behind his loving and faithful wife of 54 years, Nancy, his daughters Desiree (Mike) and Laurie, and only son Daniel (Evelyn). Conrad was also a proud grandfather to 6 boys: Jonathan, Brendan, Liam, Drew, Quinn and Kellen.
     Born on March 6, 1940 at the Storks Nest maternity home in Tucson, Arizona to Conrad Alphonse and Cora Frances Bachelier, Conrad attended local schools, including Catalina High School, where he discovered his passion for tennis and became an active and competitive player throughout his life. He enlisted in the Navy, at the age of 18, and served our country for six years. Upon leaving the miliary, he attended the University of Arizona's College of Architecture for three years, going on to work as a draftsman for Hughes Aircraft and lead technical illustrator for Kitt Peak Observatory before becoming self-employed.
     Conrad started Masterpieces, LLC, where he designed and built custom homes all over greater Tucson from the 1970's. During his career, he proudly developed early sustainable measures of building by combining construction math with design art. Conrad was also a martial arts enthusiast, becoming a second-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do, and going on to teach others the art.
Some of Conrad's other hobbies included writing a book, having Saturday morning coffee with friends, doing good deeds for those in need, and engaging in political discussions with both young and old unsuspecting adults at the gym and anyone else who would indulge. 
     Speaking of the gym, he often regaled that he single handedly lifted more than 12 million pounds of weights per year, even into his 80's. Passionate about politics and democracy, Conrad enjoyed conversing with others about current events and humanity. Whether you agreed with him on politics or not, one thing is for sure, Conrad's heart was larger than all ours combined and it was felt by many. He was a man of incredible honor, living his life with honesty, loyalty and love. He is sorely missed.