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Thomas Mitko
January 10, 1944 Murray retired geologist Married 2
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kent anderson
January 04, 1944 sandy UT retired Married 3


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Kathy Nichols (Draper)
November 07, 1944 Salt Lake City UT Teacher Married 5

 I have been an elementary school teacher for the past 30 years.  I have enjoyed playing tennis, doing some traveling, and running  fifteen marathons.  My husband and I have managed to stay married even though he went to West High.  We have learned to eat dessert first-life is short.

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Chris Anderson
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May 28, 1944 Salt Lake City UT Director Analytical Research, Watson Labs, Inc. Divorced 2
I hope everyone renews old friendships at the reunion.  Life is good and I look forward to many more years of an enjoyable and peaceful life.  I will be out of the country during our 50 year celebration, so party on and enjoy.
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Grant McAllister
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May 08, 1944 SLC UT Retired Banker Married 2
Hi everyone...After Graduation from East High, I and my buddy and classmate Richard Berrett  took off on a wild adventure  in my Austin Healy for the beach bum life and "surfing safari" craze of Southern California.  What a great way to start my life after high school--beach, parties, and a new dance called the watusee! The "chief" Berrett claimed most of the local dance awards with his wild gyrations (I'm sure you all remember those).  After returning home, I attended the University of Utah.  After that, I spent a long six months active duty in Fort Polk, Louisiana, in the US Army Reserve.  I ended up in the same platoon as classmate Ken Macey (small world, huh).  After my stint as a soldier, I returned home to celebrate life once again, and I replaced the beach with snow and became a ski bum.  I joined the National Ski Patrol at Brighton where I patroled and partied with two other East classmates Bob Gaddie and Brent Herridige.  I couldn't seem to leave East High behind.  Then, life. I met my wife, Judy Hunt, a South High cutie, while having pizza at Luigi's with another East classmate Paul Grindle.  Like my other East classmates, he had interesting proclivities: wolfing down half a pizza in one bite along with other strange antics, which will remain unnamed for now.  (You can thank me later, Paul.)  After getting married and having two great kids, I setttled into a 30-year career in banking.  (Notice how that can be summarized in one sentence.)  I was fortunate enough to retire early and for the last ten years have semi-returned to my old "ski bum" lifestyle as a ski instructor at Park City Mountain Resort, where I regularly attend the "Church of Blue Skies and Deep Powder."  As an interesting sidenote, I recently returned to East High where I spent several years taking night classes in auto body repair, so I could restore my grandfather's 1954 Buick Roadmaster (which I have now completed).  I just can't seem to leave East High behind.  I'm looking forward to seeing all you East High classmates at the reunion this summer!      Send Grant a MessageSend Grant a Message
Kerry Merback
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April 23, 1944 Las Vegas NV retired clinical social worker/therapist Married 5
I was born in Salt Lake City, attended Bonneville Elementary, and Stewart Junior High on the UofU campus. Immediately after barely graduating from East because of a rebellious attitude I joined the USAF.

I was baptized into the LDS Church during basic training and that event dramatically changed the direction of my life. I served as a motion picture photographer in the military for four years, then returned to Salt Lake and attended the U.

In 1968 I married Rosemarie Garff in the Salt Lake Temple, worked as a Salt Lake City police officer, graduated from the U in sociology, and received my MSW in social work, also from the U. I worked in Alaska for the Bureau of Indian Affairs for a few years and then settled in Las Vegas where I worked for the VA in mental health, retiring in 1999.

We have five children, and eight grandchildren after 42 wonderful years of marriage. I currently am an ordinance worker in the Las Vegas Temple, after having served as a bishop and in a stake presidency. You see what I mean about a change in direction.

I look back on high school with regret that I wasted so many opportunities to participate, but tried hard to make up for it at the U, and was eventually selected for Skull and Bones and Owl and Key. 

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Bill Simmons
January 28, 1944 Phoenix AZ Retired Married 2

What a fast 50-years, can’t really believe it. Married to my wife Cheryl for 44 years, two kids 5 grand kids one profession many employers including myself. Worked and lived in Salt Lake, Denver and the last 15 years in Phoenix which is paradise. Able to take an early retirement to work on my bucket list which seams to be getting longer instead of shorter. Will have to live forever to get it all done. This is as good as it gets and it happened without spending any time or money on a god or religion, must be a miracle.

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Linda Coulam (Sloan)
October 06, 1943 Salt Lake City UT Retired Nurse Married 4
I attended the U of U and graduated with a BS in Nursing. Married Eugene Sloan and have 4 children and 14 grandchildren.

We have lived in South Carolina, Massachusetts and Louisiana, where I taught in several nursing schools.

I look forward to the reunion in September.

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Janet Parry
November 05, 1943 Ketchum '' Registered Nurse Married
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East High 50th Reunion Bio.
My High school years were full o fun,  My best memories A’Cappella , Madrigals and Girls quartet.
After graduating from the Univ.  of Utah with  a Bachelor of Science  in Nursing. I became an operating room Nurse and I was singing in the Tabernacle Choir.
In 1967 I moved to So. California to help set up me Sister Dr. Nancy Parry’s Medical office and I worked as her Nurse for many years. I started my own business Medical Management Consultants were I managed many Doctors offices and trained staff in front and back office  for medical offices ,  as well as developing a system for collections for medical and dental office’s.
 I started my own billing service,  Medical Billing Specialists and which was a separate business from the Medical Management and as my proficiency in business improve I became very active in the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce  and I became the first woman Chairman of the Board in it’s 90 year history.
I then started serving on many community Boards and became Chairman of the Board for Anaheim Memorial Hospital.
I continued some singing in California but it wasn’t until I sold my businesses and moved to Sun Valley, Idaho that I really started singing with large Choirs again.
I married and have gone back into the Nursing Profession where I am currently part time at St. Luke’s Hospital  working as a Clinical Breast care specialist doing Breast Examinations and then also working part time as the Office Nurse for my sister the Doctor, I have gone back to my roots.
I hope to continue working as that is when I am the happiest.
Janet Parry
Eric Nuttall
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April 10, 1944 Albuquerque NM Professor, Chemical & Nuclear Engineering Married 7
After graduating from East High, I completed a BS degree in Chemical Engineering at University of Utah followed by an MS and PhD in Chemical and Nuclear Engineering at the University of Arizona. Taught for 35 years (Univ. of Texas and Univ. of New Mexico). Been active in scouting and my sons are Eagle Scouts. I have five daughters: Deputy CFO for Sandia National Laboratory, 1st general counsel for the CYFD, State of New Mexico and two in Marine Corps ROTC.

Have a wonderful wife (Cindy) who is Assoc. Chief of Nursing at the VA hospital and 7 children. Four of whom are adopted and four delightful grandchildren.
We love to relax at our cabin above Santa Fe where we fish, ski, & hike.

Many wonderful memories of East High School and growing up in SLC.
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