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the Class of 1959
In August, 2011, Jack Bradbury and wife/co-author Sandra Vehrencamp published a second edition of their textbook, Principles of Animal Communication (Sinauer Associates), as well as a complementary online site for additional material on the topic.
Class of 1959 graduate Dennis Smith has just announced the publication of his second book, a nonfiction inquiry into social attitudes about the naked human body entitled Naked Fear. His first book (Growing Up Without Shame) was published in 1986. Naked Fear examines the dichotomy between society's reverence for the human form in art and our disdain for nakedness in the flesh, criminalizing and labeling it offensive. A naked person is labeled obscene, a statue of one is deemed a beautiful work of art.
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So who came to the 50th reunion?
28 June 2010 -- DON'T MISS THIS: Recent updates on the adventures of Craig Smith
And by the way ...
bell tower is finished (1 Dec 2009)
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Following high school I attended Orange Coast College for a semester and finished College at Occidental College in Los Angeles. Played football at OCC and Oxy all four years and graduated in 1963 with a Bachelors Degree in Political Science and enjoyed fraternity life as an ATO. After 6 months active duty in the U.S.Coast Guard Reserve (played in the marching band due to advice taken from George McFarland who preceded me in the USCGR; got me off of the base during boot camp and did not have to carry a rifle)entered the life insurance business and, today, the business is owned and run by my son Jim. I continue to stay active in the business a couple of days each week and continue to serve long time clients.
I met Linda Lucas in November 1962 on a blind date. She was a sorority sister of Ann Broering at USC (NHHS 1961 and my brother Don's girl friend and now wife). Ann arranged the first date. We dated over the next couple of years and were married in November 1964. Linda was born and raised in Arcadia and graduated from Arcadia HS in 1960. Her work and income as a dental hygienist enabled me to get started in the business and provided for purchase our first home. Our first child was born in April 1967.
We raised our children in Irvine living in University Park for 3 years and then Turtle Rock Hills until Linda and I returned to Newport Beach in 1996 to Beacon Bay and then in 2002 to Crystal Cove. We now enjoy being with our children, their spouses and 9 grandchildren. This is good news and bad news. Good news...they all live within 25 minutes of our home; bad news...they all live within 25 minutes. Just kidding. Our olest grandchild enters High School at Northwood High in Irvine this September.
We appreciate being part of a generation that enjoyed the most peace and prosperity of any generation in history. The years at NHHS were truly "happy days." And, having both survived several major medical incidents in the last 15 years Linda and I are thankful to God for His sovereign Will and care in our life.
See you all on September 19, 2009 at the Newport Beach CC (formerly Irvine Coast CC).
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