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•   Meg Crosby  3/21
•   Kris Evans (Degen)  2/18
•   Steve Daniels  8/19
•   Brian Kaven  8/15
•   Pat Syce  6/30
•   Susan Parsons (Towle)  4/15
•   Sue Emerson (Clark)  3/1
•   Chuck Cook  2/12
•   Laura Cope (Hess)  2/8
•   Mary Bradley (Bertain)  11/27
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3 live in Arizona
132 live in California
3 live in Colorado
2 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
4 live in Idaho
1 lives in Illinois
3 live in Massachusetts
1 lives in Minnesota
1 lives in Missouri
3 live in Nevada
1 lives in North Carolina
12 live in Oregon
1 lives in South Carolina
3 live in Texas
3 live in Utah
1 lives in Vermont
2 live in Virginia
8 live in Washington
1 lives in Wisconsin
1 lives in Wyoming
1 lives in Alberta
1 lives in India
1 lives in Spain
8 location unknown
46 are deceased


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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 63.1%

A:   130   Joined
B:   76   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)

Welcome to all Classmates of the PHS Class of 1964!



Announcing the upcoming Piedmont Wall of Honor commemorating the women and men who have Achieved the Honorable by serving our Country.

The Wall of Honor (WoH) committee has worked for 18 months successfully seeking approval from the school system, City administrators and community. The WoH exhibit will be in the school library with access by a touch screen interactive Kiosk for the students and visitors. It will also be available to your mobile device or home computer. You will be able to submit additional names, details, stories and photos to help the list grow.

The cornerstone of the WoH will be a robust website and a digital repository of service member names & information of those from Piedmont who have served in any one of the uniformed nine branches of service:  Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard, Public Health Service, US NOAA, Nurses or in the U.S. Foreign Service.

The Members List will include the names, branch of service, PHS graduation year and special remarks. Visitors to the website and the interactive kiosk will have access to a submission form for friends and family members to contribute new entries, stories and photos to add to the list. Examples are:

Egbert W. Beach KIA, 1918, Army, WW I (Grammar School); David Waybur KIA, 1938, Army, WW II (Congressional Medal of Honor, Silver Star); Jean Witter Jr KIA, 1938, Navy, WW II (Witter Football Field).

To build a professional exhibit that honors our service members and a robust website & databank suitable for use by students in a school setting, by the alumni and community at large is expensive.   Please consider a Donation (tax deductible) of any amount to speed our Wall of Honor to be completed.

Donors that contribute by May 15 will be designated as Founders and receive recognition on the Wall of Honor website. Founding Donors in the Honor, Pride and Courage categories will be included as part of the permanent Wall of Honor exhibit in the library.

Please visit the website for complete details:

Clicking the Donation tab will explain the fast way to contribute by email or USPS letter.

Donations will be used to hire an affordable, experienced, local professional web development company and to design, purchase and install all components of the Wall of Honor inside the PHS Ambassador Christopher Stevens Memorial library.

The community and alumni are invited to attend the Wall of Honor Groundbreaking Ceremony on Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 4PM in the Ambassador Christopher Stevens Memorial Library at Piedmont High School

Click on the website Contact tab and complete the form on the bottom for any questions.


The 50th Reunion is over and it was a great success!  We have added a new section "50th Reunion Pictures" for you to be able to share your pictures from the weekend. You can find it under the gallery Class Pictures. You can also post any other pictures to share with everyone!

The website will remain active for years to come. We hope everyone will keep in touch with fellow classmates. 

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Tyler Hunt at




Wow, thank you Larry Singer and everyone for the amazing photos!!!

The Napa Valley is big on toasting the group.
I would like to propose a 50th Reunion toast to the PHS Class of 1964.

'Here’s to you
And here’s to me
To what we have been and are.
And here’s to where we are going
Each in our separate star.

Wherever our paths may take us,
Whatever may be our ends
Here’s hoping that when we come to die,
We die as we’ve lived, Good Friends!'

Go well. Jan Austerman

Cheers to you and thank you from the Napa Valley! I look forward to toasting you all!!