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•   Sandra Mozart  5/25
•   Pat (Trish) Haley (Benedict)  3/4
•   Linda Lavin (Pollock)  11/28
•   Vicki Herman (Barram)  11/28
•   Bill Crisler  11/14
•   Richard M. Webber  11/13
•   Margaret Lang (Provance)  11/5
•   Janice Sexton  9/15
•   Karen Mack (Stelman)  3/14
•   Sandra Schram (Stever)  3/13
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9 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
137 live in California
2 live in Colorado
8 live in Florida
2 live in Hawaii
3 live in Idaho
1 lives in Indiana
1 lives in Louisiana
2 live in Maryland
2 live in Michigan
1 lives in Minnesota
6 live in Nevada
1 lives in New Hampshire
1 lives in New Jersey
1 lives in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
1 lives in Ohio
11 live in Oregon
1 lives in South Carolina
3 live in Texas
1 lives in Utah
13 live in Washington
1 lives in Wyoming
106 location unknown


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Los Altos High School
Class of 1963

Welcome Classmates of the Los Altos High School Class of 1963:


We hope you find our new web site helpful in staying abreast of any events involving our class and in helping stay in touch with former classmates.  Please take the time to explore our web site and provide feedback on your thoughts of what could be added or deleted.  We look forward to everyone taking a few minutes to update profile and personal information which is only available to this web site.


Steve Sanford


What a crazy last couple of months!  

Just a short note to keep you apprised.  Since we have a moving target and info changes almost daily, we are going to sit tight on the original plans and re-evaluate as things start to normalize.  We are not takinng this thing lightly but just want to wait until we see how things evolve through the end of June.

Thanks for your understanding,

Steve & Linda


A week and a half ago Linda sent out an email to the folks who had responded positively to take advantage of the hotel deal that Linda had arranged for our September 2020 75th Birthday Celebration  This  is a re-broadcast for those who may have not seen it before or who may be still interested in making the trip.

We have had a couple of inquiries as to what points of interest/things to do in Tucson....please refer to a previous announcement (Destination 75th Birthday) on this web site that is pretty specific when it comes to all that is available if you decide to spend a few days in the area.

Linda's email:

Hello Classmates,

We have received a number of questions regarding our upcoming event – please note the additional info:

  • Dates: Friday Sept 25th to Sunday Sept 27th
    • Friday Sept 25th – Welcome Happy Hour @ the hotel
    • Sat Sept 26th – Dinner
    • Sun Sept 27th – Breakfast @ the hotel (no scheduled time)
  • Hotel info: Embassy Suites by Hilton, 3110 E Skyline Dr, Tucson, AZ 85718
    • Rate: $129.00 per night - plus tax
    • Please contact hotel directly for any additional days – 520.352-4000, press 0 to speak to the front desk
  • Fly into Tucson International Airport – hotel is approximately 17.5 miles from the airport
  • Hotel does not offer shuttle service
    • Rent a car
    • Taxi
    • Uber or Lyft

Looking forward to seeing you former ’63 Los Altos Knights!

Addendum Info:

There seems to have been a “bug” in the initial reservations instructions.....

If you need to call into the hotel.....directly call 520-352-4006 and speak to Vanessa.  Please keep in mind that she is up and down from her desk all day with clients and works Monday – Friday so you may need to leave a message regarding the 75th Birthday for LAHS or group code L75.  She will call back as soon as she is able.



Additonal Announcement Info:

We are really looking forward to all of our classmates making this event.  We think you will really enjoy your time in Tucson.. If it's any consolation; the cost of this event for hotel, meals, drinks, etc. will be much less than a visit to the Bay Area for a like reunion/event.

If you are still interested in booking a room, please follow the above info and let Linda (lindal or me ( if you plan on attending

Happy New Year,

Steve and Linda





Thanks to all of you who have responded already, but I just want to send out a friendly reminder that if you haven't contacted us yet, and you plan on attending our Septemeber 2020 event, please let Linda ( or me ( if you can make it.  If you want to take advantage of the hotel special please let us know by 11/15/2019.  Thanks.  

If you are still in contact with any of our classmates, please talk it up and see if we can get as many folks to come down to Tucson for our event.  A few have stated that they will not be 75 quite yet, (as is the case with my birthday buddy, Linda L and me), but we have enough classmates that will just have turned 75 or their birthdays are just around the corner to make this a worthwhile event.

Steve and Linda


Hey, Congratulation….If you are reading this, you are getting close to ¾ of century!

Late last year we included a survey for possible interest in a 75th Birthday Celebration in Tucson. We received very positive feedback and Linda and I have been working on a package for the Celebration and hope that many of our classmates would like to take a destination trip to Tucson for the Celebration.  The notes with the survey indicated information on the many sites and activities in the greater Tucson area for your enjoyment.

One of the reasons for a 75th Birthday Celebration was to have a more timely event rather than waiting for our 60th reunion.  To underscore the importance of this event is the passing of three of our 1962 classmates just in the past few months.

We are planning on having an organized social gathering/happy hour followed the next night with a dinner as we have done in the past.  Linda has contacted a local Embassy Suites which has provided a very nice deal for those who decide to participate.  The primary dates are Friday, 9/25/2020, for the social gathering and Saturday, 9/26/2020, for the dinner.  She has worked out an exceptional deal with the Embassy Suites by Hilton Tucson Paloma Village at the rate of $129 per night.  That deal includes 3 nights pre and post 9/25-9/27 at the same rate, no resort fees, free daily breakfast, free nightly happy hour and free shuttle within a 5 mile radius.  Other amenities are no cost also; internet, business center, exercise room.

Please let Linda ( or me ( know by or before November 10, 2019 if you plan on attending so that we can coordinate with the hotel for reserving a block of rooms with the special pricing.

Looking forward to seeing many of you there.

Steve and Linda


After our 55th class reunion, some of us discussed the possibility of holding a 75th birthday party in the fall of 2020 at a destination venue.  Since almost everyone was born in 1945, we thought that having a 75th birthday celebration would be fun way of having a class get-together.  Holding another event in the Bay Area has become cost prohibitive and traffic is an issue when trying to have multiple social events there.

We discussed having the event in Tucson, Arizona; not just because Linda Lavin and I both live here, but because Tucson and the surrounding area provide a large variety of things to see and do.

Nature                                                          Heritage                                                    Arts

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum                Arizona History Museum                             Degrazia Gallery

Sabino Canyon                                           Arizona State Museum                                Tubac Art Center

Kartchner Caverns State Park                    Bisbee Mining Museum                               Numerous Galleries

Saguaro National Park                                Mission San Xavier Del Bac                        Numerous Museums

Madera Canyon                                           Tombstone                                                   Family Fun

Mt Lemmon                                                  Old Tucson Movie Studios                          Zipline

Colossal Cave Mountain Park                     Queen Mine Tours                                       Tombstone

Tohono Chul Park                                        Tubac Presidio                                             Golf Courses

Patagonia Lake State Park

Science                                                       Shopping

ASARCO Mineral Discovery Center            La Encantada

Biosphere 2

Kitt Peak National Observatory

Mt Lemmon Skycenter

Pima Air Museum and Boneyard

Richard F Caris Mirror Lab

Titan Missile Museum


Please review the above lists and see if visiting the Tucson area for a few days would be something that you would consider or want to do.  Once we know of the interest level, we will provide more details of what a potential list of a small number of group events would be.  

If we decide to pull this off in 2020, the idea would be for attendees to make  as long of a visit as they want to include the tiime for a cocktail party and separate dinner event.