Lannie Adams
Marsha Alexander
Morris Alexander
Sharon Paty Allen
Marilyn Aqua
Mike Aus
Frank Boehm
Joan Brockway
Roger Brown
Wayne Brown
Ted Cammon
Donald Coop
Janet Cox (Sheets)
Waring Davies
Donald Densmore
Marcella 'Sally' Ann Disch
John Douglas
Don Eaton
Eileen Eckstrom (Biles)
Thomas Lawrence Elwell
Thomas J. Evans
Donald John Feek 
Eleanor Ferguson
Sharron Fyfe (Wilkie)
Tom Galbraith
Pat Garrison (Frese)
Jim Gilderoy
Janet Smith Gish
Martin Grainger
James 'Jim' Harrington
Joseph Anthony "Tony" Harris
Dee Herda
James Hewitt
Glenn E. Hintze
Robert Hugill
Patsy Hunter
Dianne Langhorst (Mosseson)
Gary Larson
Larry Larson
Steve Edward Lundstrom
Gerald Lyshek
Jeanette M. McGowan (Wilson)
Bob McInnis
Robert James McKenzie
Tobyann 'Toby' Nemetz (Strachan)
Mark Nesse
Sue Noretto (Gibson)
Dick Oliver
Diane Palmer
Don Peterson
James Pruitt
Patty Reynolds
Reed Richardson
Darrell R. Rumpf
Kenneth Sawyer
Doris Segar (Olson)
William J. Shepard
Connie Simmons
Ivan Spaulding
Don Stewart
Marsha Stewart (Jackson)
Dennis Traynor
William Swope, Jr.
Dave Thomas
Sue Trosper
Susan Walker

 Remembrances and Obituaries of Our Classmates
  Classmate Don Eaton died May 12, 2013 of complications from pancreatic cancer. Don spent his high school years thinking up new things. Like the Twin Fin, a water ski fin that is now a standard tool of the sport. And the  water disc, a flat piece of round plywood that was a challenge to stay up on for the best water skiers around Gravelly Lake.     
    Don was truly at home on the water. He took up sailing within weeks of leaving for college at UW. And he bought one of the first Hobie Cats ever produced. He was a lifetime member of the Seattle Yacht Club, and sailed Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands as often as humanly or mechanically possible. He  was always fixing something. Before solar energy was even a term of art, Don built a solar powered sump pump to keep the rain out of one of his many boats, the Hot Ruddered Bum. At the time of his death he sail a 26’ LeFluer he called Petite Syrah.   But his favorite creation was the "Claven", named after the famous postman from the TV series 'Cheers'. It is a device attached to the mailbox that allows one to determine from a great distance if the mail has come. It saves having to walk down the driveway unnecessarily in the Seattle rain.
    Another of his avocations was exotic animals. During one of his stints away from the northwest he and his wife (since divorced) owned an exotic animal farm outside St. Louis, Missouri. There were a couple hundred animals on display, llamas to championship chickens and miniature donkeys, turtles, and he had a name for every one of them. The pot bellied pig he named Rosanne. Don leaves a brother, David, (CP62) and a sister Dorothy (CP66).
   Classmate Connie Simmons passed away on November 17, 2008.  Bob Deal, her husband of 47 years and also a Clover Park grad, has provided us with a website video of her life.  You can "cut and past" the following to your internet brower to watch and to remember Connie .   []
Remembrances and Obituaries of Our Classmates

Eileen Biles(1943 - 2017)
Eileen Biles
Sept. 17, 1943 - July 6, 2017
Eileen Biles passed away far too early July 6, 2017, with her family by her side. Eileen (Eckstrom) Biles was born Sept. 17, 1943, in Tacoma, to Charles Thomas Eckstrom II and Catherine Louise (Lagen) Eckstrom. She was the second of three children—her older sister, Carolyn Ann (Eckstrom) Noring and Charles Thomas Eckstrom III.
Eileen was beautiful, dynamic, focused, dedicated and extraordinarily accomplished. Among her many talents exhibited at an early age, Eileen was: a classically trained pianist, an advanced ice skater, an accomplished synchronized swimmer, and a member of her high school debate team. Eileen's true passion, and one to which she was fully committed throughout her life, was working with animals including dogs, cattle, sheep, and especially show horses. Eileen began showing horses at age 10 and by 13 was competing in the horse arena with her future husband of nearly 45 years, Steve Biles. Recognized as an elite horsewoman from an early age, Eileen was invited by Disney to audition for the lead role in an anticipated sequel to National Velvet and was the first rider from the Pacific Northwest to compete at Madison Square Garden for the National Saddle Seat Equitation Championship, where she placed fourth. Eileen attended Marymount College in Terrytown, N.Y.—her studies included piano, math and accounting. Eileen made her debut into society in New York City in 1962.
Eileen married Steve Biles and moved to Sherwood, in 1972. The newly married couple vowed to combine their talents to raise a highly successful family and create an award-winning farm and stables. Eileen's direction and devotion to achievement helped them realize their dreams. Eileen was instrumental in leading Biles Farms & Stables to two world records, six world championships, and 35 national and international championships. Eileen's four children were her pride and joy, Richard Fitz Randolph, Debra Fitz Randolph, Charles Dunham Biles and Dr. Lagen Biles Schulte. First and foremost, Eileen was a mother devoted to helping her children reach their full potential; and to help ensure their success, she was extremely active in supporting their schools—from raising money to serving on committees.
Eileen had many additional interests and passions which she pursued enthusiastically. She was a born leader, including treasurer of the Portland Junior League, a board member of various horse and cattlemen associations, led her children's 4-H clubs, taught classes for formerly incarcerated women, contributed her talents as a treasurer to many organizations, and extensively travelled the world.
Eileen was a force of nature whose will to achieve was admired by all who knew her. She was the proof of the adage that "where there's a will, there's a way." She never met a challenge she would not only accept but would conquer.
Eileen will be greatly missed, especially by her husband, Steve Biles; her children, Fitz Randolph, Debi Randolph, Dunham Biles, Dr. Lagen Schulte; her siblings, Carolyn Noring and Charlie Eckstrom; seven grandchildren; and the 20 foreign exchange students she hosted over the years.
Private family services were held for Eileen July 13, 2017. She was buried in Pleasant View Cemetery. In recognition of devotion to her children and animals, contributions in Eileen's honor may be made to Washington County 4-H Association (which will establish a scholarship in Eileen's memory) and mailed to OSU Extension Service Washington County 4-H, 1815 N.W. 169th Place, Suite 1000, Beaverton, OR 97006, or a  charity of your choice. Eileen's family will host a celebration of her life on the afternoon of Sept. 29, 2017, at Waverly Country Club.
Please sign the online guest book at
Published in The Oregonian from July 14 to July 16, 2017
Classmate Mark Nesse passed away on October 14, 2018.  According to the Winter 2019 issue of the PLU publication Resolute, Mark was the Everett Public Library's longest serving director, retiring in 2007 after 30 years. He served on the Everett School Board and was active in community organizations.  Mark graduated from PLU in 1965.
Roger Brown
Roger Brown passed away December 26, 2019 at home due to an embolism that went to his heart.  He passed very quickly.  His spouse Karin will hold a memorial service January 18, 2020 at 11:30am at the Soldiers Wall at Mountain View Funeral Home.  Her address for cards is:  13512 NE 118th  Kirkland WA 99033.