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PHS Reunion 2002

Posted on15. Jun, 2009 by .

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Dave Taylor: Tony Granatowski

Posted on16. Sep, 2004 by .

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Dear PHS, Tony Granatowski was one of my best friends for a decade, yet I never met him in real life. He was one of the early players at a place called the Internet Gaming Zone, now known as www.zone.com. The IGZ pre-dated Windows 95 and browsers and the world wide web. It was a […]

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The Oregonian: Anthony John Granatowski

Posted on02. Feb, 2004 by .

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02/02/04 The Oregonian (w/ edits by Robin Bee and Claire Von Derau) A Memorial Mass was held on Saturday, Feb. 7, 2004, at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church in Lake Oswego, Oregon, for Anthony John Granatowski, who died suddenly of Cancer on Jan. 24 at age 50. Tony was born Sept. 17, 1953, […]

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My Step-Dad Tony Granatowski

Posted on24. Jan, 2004 by .

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To say that Tony Granatowski was one of the most wonderful humans to walk this earth does not do him justice; he is deserving of so much more. I am the stepdaughter of Tony and I grieve every single day. Tony was compassionate, caring, hard-working and self-sacrificing. The world is missing a wonderful man. I […]

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Alan Strain: Laurie Friedman

Posted on26. Aug, 2003 by .

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Dear Pacific High School folks; As you may have heard, Alan Strain passed away peacefully on August 26th at home in Santa Cruz, with all his family around him. He had suffered a few strokes in the last few years compounded by congestive heart failure, and as sad as we are to say goodbye, we […]

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Robin Bee: Letter from Cuba

Posted on24. Feb, 2003 by .

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2/24/03 LETTER FROM CUBA MY EXPERIENCES: I was on Global Exchange’s Cuba! Language and Culture trip, for 4 weeks from Jan 4th- Feb 1st. I was in Spanish class every weekday at the University of Havana from 9 am – 12:30 pm. It was really tough! We were learning about grammar, totally in Spanish. I […]

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Where are they now?

Posted on17. Jun, 2000 by .

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WHERE ARE THEY NOW? JAY BALDWIN- (staff ’69-’71) lives in “a chicken coop near Petaluma, riding the uneasy cusp between quaint and tacky”. He teaches environmental studies and radical ecological design at a number of Bay Area schools as well as lecturing, consulting and working on ecological design as far away as China, Tbilisi, and […]

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Austin Alley

Posted on22. Jul, 1999 by .

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Thu, 22 Jul 1999 Hi to all. We have finally stepped into the 20th century and are on line!!!! I have been busy with family work and music but not always in that order. Just finished my 2nd CD and am releasing it soon. Please add our email address to the list as I would […]

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Dean Farwood: Remembering David Berger

Posted on15. Jun, 1999 by .

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The Bay Street entrance to the University of California at Santa Cruz ascended past preserved rock ruins of buildings which I didn’t have time to investigate. I was on my way to David’s father’s home for David’s memorial. Things didn’t seem right, it didn’t look like a university. Warehouse-sized barns with corrugated roofs stood off […]

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