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•   Lorraine Kirk (Kimball)  7/17
•   Reg Corona  6/27
•   Jeanne Dubois  6/22
•   Marvin L. Paxton  5/28
•   Wilson G. Martin  5/21
•   John Barron  5/18
•   John L. Putt  5/18
•   Jack A. McDonald  5/18
•   Ray Rhea  5/7
•   Terry Brewer  5/6
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•   Terry Brewer  7/22
•   Susan Lynn McCreary (Bergener)  7/22
•   Janet Bird (Ward)  7/23
•   Suzanne Seare (Seal)  7/23
•   Dennis Adams  7/25
•   Pamela Baldwin (Holt)  7/26
•   Susan Black (Westlund)  7/26
•   David Finch  7/29
•   George Roy Miller  7/29
•   Selma Strand (Galloway)  7/29
•   Linda Starkey  7/30
•   Dee Triptow (Snowball)  8/3
•   Alyson Aycock (Jenkins)  8/4
•   Dana Sheppard (Richmond)  8/4
•   Craig Andersen  8/5
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Rex Thornton - Welcome Class of 66; Clive Romney & Kaye Summerhays: "Soar with the Eagles";

Dinner at Cottonwood Country Club; Carol Callister, Peter Cairo, Marcy Ence

Rich Leake, Jim Harwood & Jon Lindgren

Thursday evening at Skyline listening to Clive

Clive Romney singing "Soar with the Eagles"

Bob Howells, Karen Falk, Marsha Zimmerman

John Dutcher, Jon Lindgren, Jim Harwood & Rich Leake

Dale Wahlberg & Brent Hoge

Lynn Bortolussi & Joe Muir

Bry Herzog & Craig Brown

Shonnie Stillman & Sue Kelsey

Jerry (Wes) Stagg & Shannon Caldwell

Brent Allan

Steve Elggren & Terry Brewer

Marcia Alley, Judeen Call, Karen Hogge & RaNae Wilson

Steve Ingleby & Jerri Jespersen-Vigos

Dan Densley & Brent Erickson

Bob & Wendy Sexton

Rodger Polychronis & Kaye Summerhays

Jerri Zacher Wilkinson

Linda & Dennis Bayes

Dan Densley, Shannon Caldwell, Jerri Jesperson

Craig Brown, Kate Kron & Jerry Stagg

Brent Green

Pat Neff & Chris Miller

Evelyn Call Anderson & Doug Anderson

Larry Duncan

Bud Strong

Saturday Night Dinner at the Cottonwood Country Club

Mike Littlefield & Mike Apgood

Bill Duke & Doug Marshall

Nancy Aland Rigby, Roger Westenskow & Marie Vance

Beth Springer

Larry Duncan & Terry Steed

Paul Brown, Craig Hopkinson & Paul Rolly

Diana Twelves, Beth Springer, Jill Stevens, Shonnie Stillman

Kathy Evans Chapman & Todd Chapman

Lonnie Wallace Swanson & Toni Greaves Fox

The Wings - All grown up. With Steve Kramer, photobomber.
Back L to R.: Steve Kramer, Jeanne Nowak Hall, Mary Jane Nordquist Wilson, Judy Hall Brewer, Linda Nielson Bayes, Janet Allen Cannon, Jana Lindgren Eveslage, Shonnie Stillman Hayes, Vickie Muir Eastman. Front L to R: Toni Greaves Fox, Nina Woodbury Booth, Susan Scoonover Springer, Joy Gibson Bossi, Kathy Parr Minson, Mary Ann Ensign Gilchrist.

Front L to R: Nina, Woodbury Booth, Vickie Muir Eastman, Dana Sheppard Richmond, Suzann Kelsey Magnuson, Shonnie Stillman Hayes. Back L to R: Alan Eastman, Russ Booth, Steve Ingleby

Standing: Sue Kelsey, Beth Springer, Nancy Aland, Carol Callister, Kaye Summerhays, Lonnie Wallace, Toni Greaves, Peggy Chamberlain, Kate Kron. Front rw. Jill Stephens, Linda Packer, Jerri Vigos, Shonnie Stillman, Shannon Caldwell and Jerri Zacher

Back row: Vickie Muir Eastman, Jeannie Nowak Hall, Nina Woodbury Booth, Mary Ann Ensign Gilchrist
Front row: Judy Call Brewer, Kathy Parr Minson, Joy Gibson Bossi

Front row, left to right: Judy Call Brewer, Martha Scott Duke, Susan Scoonover Springer. Mary Ann Ensign Gilchrist, Kathy Parr Minson

Back row, Left to Right: Nina Woodbury Booth, Joy Gibson Bossi, special guest Don Ripplinger (age 89), Vickie Muir Eastman, and Jeannie Nowak Hall

Steve Ingleby deserves a huge THANK YOU for all his patience, diligence and amazing work in creating this wonderful website we've all enjoyed so much! It is such fun to find information here about friends and classmates we've lost track of. Steve you are awesome!!!


It was great seeing so many of you last Thursday and Saturday night at the 50th Reunion. And to all of you who were not able to come, know that each of you were missed. I hope you don’t mind that we talked about you in your absence.  And we did talk a whole lot on both Thursday and Saturday nights and during a number of smaller gatherings held before, after and in between.  We talked about everybody and everything that happened at Skyline way back in 1963-66 and all the things we have experienced since then right up to the present day.

About 250 people came Thursday evening to the mix and mingle in the courtyard at Skyline High.  Many of us did not even make it to the courtyard before we were exchanging hugs and memories. We hung out around the semi-circle drive just west of the parking lot admiring Brent Hoge’s 1966 Plymouth convertible. Once in the courtyard, the past fifty years seemed to melt away. Even if we were showing a few mild signs of aging ourselves, the school looked pretty much the same. We formed a broad circle in the middle of the courtyard that was in constant motion as small clusters of people formed up, talked for a few minutes, then split up to seek out new clusters of old classmates.  As the night drew on and more people showed up, our circle expanded to take in the new arrivals. While it was great being able to chat with old friends, it was equally fun talking to people we hardly knew in high school and listening to all their great memories and sad travails. There were so many embraces with old friends, welcoming smiles, handshakes and pats on the back - - even a few pecks on the cheek. Ted Nelson made up poster boards with photos and names of all of our deceased classmates and displayed them around the courtyard. It is hard to believe that over 90 of our classmates (nearly 12% of our graduating class) have already passed on. Clive Romney sang a song, “Soar with the Eagles”, that he had composed especially for the reunion. Kaye Summerhays harmonized with him on the chorus. Clive followed with a rendition of James Taylor’s “You’ve Got a Friend.”  We stayed on late into the evening and kept Skyline’s janitors up past their bedtime. Thanks to Jerri Jespersen-Vigos, Shannon Caldwell and Jeff Bridge for the cookies and bottled water.

At last count, 222 attended the Saturday night dinner at the Cottonwood Country Club. Dave Ekins parked his 1966 Buick GS 455 muscle machine right outside the front door.  Dean Manos and his wife put together all of the table and other decorations for the evening and the place looked great with blue and gold balloons everywhere. The large banquet room accommodated all of us comfortably and looked out over a wide deck that spanned the length of the room and overlooked a small lake.  We quickly rejoined the conversations of Thursday evening and sought out the many classmates we had failed to get around to during the prior evening at Skyline. Again the mood was amazingly warm and friendly with laughter frequently punctuating the non-stop banter.  Following dinner, Carol Callister Wallace and Marci Ence Barlow kept us guessing with a trivia quiz that included questions like:  What was surprising about the 3-game basketball games Skyline played against Olympus in 1966? (Answer: Skyline lost all three games), Which of our classmates flew the last US plane load of refugees out of Saigon in April 1975 and was later president of Dixie College? (Answer: Lee Caldwell), Which of our classmates was the vocalist for the band The Invaders that opened for rock concerts at Lagoon like Rolling Stones, Herman’s Hermits and the Everly Brothers? (Answer: Lynda Pinder), and Which of our classmates is a research professor at UC Davis and Research VP in Dept. of Neurological Surgery?  Answer: Bob Berman.  Peter Cairo than kept us laughing and amazed with our classmates’ responses to the survey questions Peter posted on the class website.  Then we watched the video that Clive Romney and Tom Bock put together about many of the highlights (and a few of the lowlights) of our years at Skyline.  The video concluded with photos of our 90 classmates that have died since we entered Skyline in 1963. Mike Littlefield put together a great selection of 60's music that played in the background during the Saturday night dinner. Thanks Mike.

Steve Ford spent hours taking photos of many of us at the reunion and we plan to post many of those shots on the website in the coming days.  If any of you took your own photos and would like to share with the rest of us, please post them (together with the names of the people in them - - if you can remember who they were) on the website.

Again, many thanks to all of you that made our 50th class reunion possible and to the many who traveled great distances to gather together again after all these years to share memories of those times spent at Skyline High, to exchange stories about our amazingly varied lives since, and to renew the ties that bind us still.

We plan to keep the website up over the coming years. It has been fun reading about all of your exploits.  So, continue to post your comments and share your stories, photos and videos on the website.  Keep in mind that you can use the website to send emails to one another and leave comments on each other’s pages.  And if you move or change your address, telephone number or email account, please update your contact information on the website so we don’t lose track of you.


Do you want to have any future reunions?  Some high schools classes continue to have class reunions after the 50th class reunion. Others do not.  Let us know your preference by clicking on the “FUTURE REUNIONS?” button on the left hand side of the Home Page and completing the survey.  Also, let us know if you have any suggestions regarding the reunion and/or the website.


Over 300 of our classmates have already signed up. Just click on the “Classmate Profiles” tab, find your name, and click on it. A “Join Here” tab will pop up. Click on it and follow the prompts to create your profile. Keep in mind that your contact information will be kept private.  Click on the “First Time Visitors” tab for more detailed instructions on creating your profile, communicating with classmates and using our website.

Once you have signed up and created your profile, you will be able to enjoy all the fun features of the website and discover what our classmates have been doing over the last 50 years. Since we plan to keep the website going after the 50th reunion, you will be able to keep in touch with and catch up on old friends for years to come. 

  • Click on the “What’s New” tab to see all of the messages, comments and photos that classmates have already posted on our website. It’s our own private social media site. So, please add messages, comments, photos and videos of your own.
  • Click on the “Past Reunion Photos” and “Yearbook Photos” tabs for photos of classmates when we were together at Skyline and over the years since.
  • Click on the “Classmate Profiles” tab to check out what classmates have been doing over the years and to post comments about and send messages to old friends and acquaintances.
  • Click on the “In Memory” tab to peruse the many obituaries we have collected and posted to the website on the more than 90 classmates that have died since 1966. Many classmates have also left personal recollections about those of our class that have passed on. 
  • Click on the “Class Survey” tab and take the survey that Peter Cairo has put together. Peter plans to share some of the survey results with us at the 50th Reunion.
  • Click on the “Paul Rolly on Class of 66” tab to read the great article Paul wrote about our graduating class in the April 12th edition of the Salt Lake Tribune. 
  • Click on the “Remembering 1965-66” tab for a rollicking ride down memory lane and our high school years at Skyline.
  • Click on the “Faculty Memories” tab and read through the tributes our classmates have posted about teachers we had at Skyline.
  • Click on the “School Song” tab and sing the school song again.  We’ve included the words and music just in case you’ve forgotten them.
  • Click on the “Missing Classmates” tab and see if you can help us find any classmates we haven’t found yet.
  • If you need to get in touch with the Reunion Committee or have any questions about the website, click the “Contact Us” tab.