I am originally from San Diego. I got married before graduating and moved to Vallejo with my serviceman husband. I enrolled in Vallejo Sr. High School in 1960. After my graduation in January 1962 and my husbandís discharge from the Navy, we moved back to San Diego in 1964.
I now have 4 children, 10 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. My husband and I parted ways in 1975 and I never remarried.
After living in the same home in San Diego for 33 years, I moved to Tempe, AZ in 1999.
My oldest and youngest children moved to Arizona in 1996 for better job opportunities. I visited them often and came to like the area. I subsequently made the decision to retire to Arizona because of the lower cost of living. I bought a 2nd home there in 1998 and relocated a year later.
I worked in the Maricopa County Community College District through 2006 until I could officially retire from the City of San Diego. However, in early 2006, I was diagnosed with an auto-immune disease that caused me to have to take disability leave from the college. The illness affects my ability to breathe efficiently and I was never able to return to work. I retired again in 2011, this time from the College District.
Because of the short time I lived in Vallejo and my situation as a married student, my high school experience was different from most. I had two friends who were also married students. I donít remember many of my peers and they probably wonít remember me.
I will not be able to attend the reunion due to my chronic illness. I may move a little slower but Iím stable and doing well. Iím just so very happy to be here. After 50 years, many of us have moved on. They will be missed.
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