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It's A Boy!!!

Class of '95 graduates Omar Garcia and Benet Rosas were married on 10/09/04 and have now welcomed their first child into the world, Adan Omar Garcia.  Born on 11/2/06 at 3:52am.  He weighed in at 8lbs and 8oz's and he measured 20 inches.

Omar and Benet would like to say thank you very much to everyone that has kept them
in their thoughts and prayers.  They are very grateful and appreciative to
have such supportive friends and family!

Mom and baby are doing fantastic. Dad is doing okay if anyone cares. j/k.

Posted on 11/15/2006, by : Carly M. (Lima) Allevato

A New Baby Girl!

Dawn Baez De Nava (c/o 95) gave birth to her second daughter, Miranda Alaya De Nava, on September 14, 2006.  Miranda weighed 8lbs 11oz and was 20 inches tall.  Miranda has a proud big sister, Mia Aurora De Nava, born November 25, 2003.  Mommy, Daddy, Big Sista and Baby are all doing well.     

Posted on 9/27/2006, by : 


Peter Aguilar ( class of '63) retired from Kim Lighting in May 2006. He is now spending his free time with wife (Linda), daughters Gloria (class of '88), Debbie (class of '91) sons in law Ben and Chris and four BEAUTIFUL Grandchildren: Felix (6), Madison (3), Ysenia (3) and Daniel (3 months). CONGRATULATIONS DAD!!!!
Posted on 9/12/2006, by : Deborah (Aguilar) Barreras

Our son the author!

Pam (Wiebe) and Rick (Carlson) Colander, both 1970 Amat grads are proud to announce that their son Philip has had his first novel published!  It is a paranormal thriller called "Those made to suffer".  It will soon be on the shelves of the Tattered Cover bookstore in Denver, of the finest in the nation.  Philip is a 1993 graduate of Mullen High School and is working on his second novel at this time.  Congratulations Phil...we are so proud!

Mom and Dad

Posted on 8/24/2006, by : Pamela (Wiebe) Colander

It's Never Too Late

Pat (Flores) Halliwell graduated from USC with a Bachelor of Science in Gerontology in August 2005.  It is never too late to pursue your dreams.  I am currently working towards a Masters in Occupational Therapy at USC.  God willing, I will graduate in 2008.  If anyone is thinking of going back to school to finish up a degree or pursue a new interest I encourage you to do so.  It is certainly a challenge, but it is also a tremendous growth experience.  Being a full time student at age 52 is incredible.

Posted on 7/14/2006, by : Patricia (Flores) Halliwell

A New Arrival

Christine Howard, class of '92, had a beautiful baby girl!  Ashley Rose Soderstrom was born on May 19, 2006 and weighed 7 lbs.  Everyone is doing great!

Posted on 7/12/2006, by : Christine Howard

In Memorium - Cristi Lantz '94

Cristi Lantz, 1994, passed away in March of 2005. She was able to attend the 2004 Reunion with her husband, Duran Villegas. She fought an inspiring and heartbreaking battle with Osteosarcom, a bone cancer, for two years.

Posted on 7/2/2006, by : Deborah R. Oswald

In Memorium - Judith Bonkalski (O'Brien) '63

I'am the husband of Judith Ann Bonkalski (O'Brien) class of 1963. I'm sad to say that Judy passed away on the 6th of March this year. She was diagnosed with a glioblastoma multiform brain tumor in August of 2004. Judy, up to that time had never been ill. Judy began a teaching at the high school level in 1967, worked for 2 years, then took 6 years off while our children were small. She returned to teaching in the local catholic school for the next 24 years, then went back to college when the children were educated and she received two master degrees. One in middle school curriculum and the other in school administration. She then applied for the principal position in 1999 at her school and worked in that capacity until she became ill. Judy and I haved lived most of our adult life in Bolingbrook Illinois. We had two children, a boy now 36 and a girl now 33. We've been blessed with 3 grandchildren and one due at the end of September. Judy was a wonderful wife and mother, but most of all she was an educator. Though she is gone, she has left us with many wonferful memories and much wisdom to carry our family forward. God bless, Bernard Bonkalski

Posted on 7/1/2006, by : Deborah R. Oswald

A New Arrival

Jamie (Venegas) Lee would like to Announce the birth of her second child, Alyssa Lee, born May 24th, 2006!  Her son is a happy big brother (Dominic, born Oct. 11th, 2004)

Posted on 6/22/2006, by : Jamie (Venegas) Lee

Lancer in Baghdad

Robert C. J. Parry ('90), just returned from a one-year tour in Baghdad, Iraq, with the California Army National Guard. It was his second mobilization to the Middle East since 9/11. While in Iraq, he served as an infantry platoon leader and trainer for Iraqi police. After returning, he authored an article on his war experiences titled "The War You Didn't See" which ran on the front page of the LA Times Sunday Opinion section. Robert is now back at home, working in public relations in Cenutry City, and preparing to move to Monrovia with his wife, Maribel. They tied the knot just two weeks before he left for the deployment. His best man was Raymond Peterson ('91).

Posted on 6/19/2006, by : Robert C. Parry
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