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Bud Fuselier on May 12, 2010 at 2:21 PM said:

Congrats Brian on a great career-- I know my brother Chuck '68, who passed away couple of years ago, was also proud to have been one of your teammates.

Bud Fuselier '67
Nancy Thompson Smith, former SHHS counselor on May 4, 2010 at 9:31 PM said:

That's a GREAT story about the Oxnard bear, Paul....I never would have seen it if you didn't have it in the Spoon. Thanks. Nancy S.
Claudia Reott, '64 on April 17, 2010 at 8:55 AM said:

Paul, you have done a wonderful job on this website. I have enjoyed looking at everything. Since I lost my yearbooks long ago I wonder if it would be possible to put them online for all to see. Just a thought. Also, you left out "Marilyn" in the movie star look alikes :)
John S. Kent, '67 on April 5, 2010 at 11:52 AM said:

The Picture: 65.12 01 John Kent & C. Mark Oliver; Rincon.Jpg is indeed @ Rincon in December of '65. Rick Wilson, Mark Oliver, Gary Young, Mark Young (no relation), Mike Cosgriff, just to name a few were the SHHS surfers that stayed in the Rincon rented house. We had a constant flow of SHHS surfers during our week long stay. Unfortunately the waves were not good during most of time there.
Paul Saevig, '67 on March 31, 2010 at 11:04 AM said:

My goodness, Charlie -- you must be like a golden button on a big red shirt at your family reunions!

It was always a great rivalry.
Charlie Hale, '66 on March 29, 2010 at 4:27 PM said:

Great new section for 50's and 60's Indians Paul. Very interesting for all of us who grew up here. Of course, we as SHHS people deplore FUHS. However, I say that with tongue in cheek; my father, mother, uncle, sister, and both my daughters are FUHS grads.
Jeff Nix '67 on January 3, 2010 at 8:14 PM said:

Paul, my most valued friend...I think you know how I feel. Now...GO CHARGERS!!!
wayne seefeldt and marianne luther seefeldt, '67 on January 2, 2010 at 8:18 PM said:

hello from sunny baja, just wanted to let our friends know that we are healthy and happy in gun and drug infested mexico. wayne as we speak has just been shot for the 4th time today and i wear a 6 shooter on my hip. of course we are kidding. we own a beautiful 3 story home on the beach 1 hour past ensenada. we only come to california to see our daughters in temecula and our 5 grandkids. we love the sun, friends, camping in san felipe and rosarita beach. we have never had one problem here but play it smart and do not drive long distances at night. we have to say goodnight now as wayne just lit up our nightly joint. peace out w and m
Janet (Myers) Westling, '63 on December 30, 2009 at 7:30 AM said:

Just wanted to thank you for your part in our '63 reunion happening this year. Barbara wanted me to do it, and you getting Steve Hall to email me, started the ball rolling. And we had a ball!
Joanie on December 12, 2009 at 10:26 PM said:

Thanks for all you do Paul
Inars Agrums, '63 on November 3, 2009 at 7:53 AM said:

Paul, regarding your article on retiring teachers. These people are being honored for their years of service up to this year, they are not retiring...not yet anyway.


For Blair Folsom, '64 on October 18, 2009 at 4:19 PM said:

Hi Paul,

Thanks for sending this link. I enjoyed looking it over. There was another “Silver Spoon” website a few years ago and an Email distribution list.

Thanks for all of the work on this website.

NOTE: Thanks, Blair. We outgrew that previous SPOON website a few years ago. It's still online at www.shspoon.com. The name is shspoon and the password is surfside6 ---- Paul
Paul Shepard, '64 on October 12, 2009 at 1:06 PM said:

Hi, Paul. Just read your piece on the State of the Spoon, and I can see myself -- or should I say parts of myself -- in at least three of your suggested categories, which probably explains why I only get to the SPOON site when one of your emails reaches me on a day I feel I have a little time I can devote to reminiscing. I do enjoy the site when I get there, and appreciate your efforts in establishing and maintaining it.

As I write this -- and wish I were able to help in one (or more) of the areas you suggested -- it occurs to me that it has been some time since I have even sent a financial contribution to help defray some of your costs. I'm away from my office right now (again), but if you can respond with your address and an idea of some of your operating costs, I'd like to send a contribution when I return home.

Keep up the good work Paul. I, for one, appreciate the service you provide for SHHS alumni -- even given that some of your commentary may occasionally lean in a different political or economic direction than my own.

Take care, Paul, and feel free to use as much or as little of what I have said as you may desire.

Paul Shepard, '64
Connie on October 11, 2009 at 8:57 PM said:

Great Paul !
anonomous on October 6, 2009 at 5:54 PM said:

speaking of Joe Romeo, what ever happened to patty trout?

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