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UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Jane Cook (Baldridge)  2/27
•   Linda Eichholtz (Scott)  2/27
•   Barbara Buffin (Boag)  2/28
•   Jeff Schreiber  3/2
•   Tom Taylor  3/3
•   Nancy Fletcher (Hopper)  3/5
•   Susan Hamilton (Johnson)  3/5
•   Kay Nicholson (Greenhaw)  3/7
•   Barbara Marullo  3/8
•   Dan Morris  3/12
•   John Classen  3/13
•   Jenny Jaeckle (Buchek)  3/15
•   Bob Moyers  3/15
•   Ted Wood  3/16
•   Lee Roy Cauvel  3/17
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PROFILE UPDATES


•   Susan Woytasczyk (Slaughter)  2/21
•   Mary Cole  2/15
•   Lynn Cather (Poer)  2/1
•   Linda Green (Fenner)  1/16
•   Gail Mowat (Gatti) (Kopecky)  1/3
•   Roger Kies  12/30
•   Dee Harrell (Mooring)  12/27
•   George Carver  12/10
•   Court Thieleman  10/25
•   Marilyn Rhodes (Layne)  10/20
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Welcome to the official website of the Douglas MacArthur High School Class of 1969, San Antonio, Texas. 

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Here is a link to the minutes of the 2019 Post-Reunion Committee Meeting held on Saturday, 02/15/20. We reviewed and discussed the reunion events, costs, and future class events. If you have any comments or input, use the "Contact Us" link at the top of this page. A huge, heartfelt "thank you" to all who participated in the planning of and to all who attended the 2019 reunion.

The 50th Year Reunion made me (and, I suspect, a lot of others) nostalgic. Here is a link to a YouTube video of the song "Time", originally performed by the Pozo Seco singers, and sung here by that band's former lead singer who was an 18 year old high school senior when the song was released back in 1966. It captures the feelings of time passing by. If you recall, the theme of the '69 Brahma Yearbook was Time, as in the then popular tune "Turn, Turn, Turn". If you use the link on this page for the '69 Yearbook, and scroll to p. 440, you will see some of the lyrics to the Pozo Seco song as the coda of that year's annual.