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•   Gail Douglas (Hak)  6/20
•   Dennis Proux  6/9
•   Sue Meyers (Albrecht)  5/24
•   James McNab  5/4
•   Ronald Marquis  4/30
•   Mark Hoerauf  4/3
•   Allen Kibby  3/29
•   Dean Sommerfield, Dds  3/29
•   Cheri Harper (Aronsson)  3/18
•   Robert Smith  3/6
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2 live in Alabama
2 live in Alaska
12 live in Arizona
2 live in Arkansas
20 live in California
5 live in Colorado
3 live in Connecticut
46 live in Florida
4 live in Georgia
3 live in Idaho
7 live in Illinois
6 live in Indiana
1 lives in Iowa
1 lives in Kansas
1 lives in Kentucky
2 live in Louisiana
3 live in Maryland
4 live in Massachusetts
397 live in Michigan
7 live in Minnesota
1 lives in Mississippi
1 lives in Missouri
3 live in Montana
3 live in Nevada
2 live in New Mexico
4 live in New York
9 live in North Carolina
5 live in Ohio
4 live in Oklahoma
3 live in Oregon
2 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in Puerto Rico
1 lives in Rhode Island
3 live in South Carolina
5 live in Tennessee
9 live in Texas
1 lives in Vermont
5 live in Virginia
8 live in Washington
4 live in West Virginia
6 live in Wisconsin
1 lives in Australia
87 location unknown
128 are deceased


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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 39.6%

A:   281   Joined
B:   428   Not Joined

Arthur Hill High School
Class Of 1964


Welcome to the Arthur Hill High Class Of 1964 web site. This page has been created to allow members of the Arthur Hill Class of 64 to establish communications with one another. and keep in  touch.


As I mentioned, I am a retired frustrated "oceanographer" … something the USAF stifled long ago taking me into other career fields. At the time there was no such thing as "Marine Archaeology" … but there is now. I'm involved in numerous programs and projects involving the relatively new field of marine archaeology. One major project is with Undersea Research Associates … who seek out (and are extremely successful in finding) 100+ year old shipwrecks in the Great Lakes. Check out the new URA website … loaded with all kinds of history and images of URA activity at: Lots of cool old/new images of me throughout the site :-)