|Bellaire High School
|Class of 1960
|It was a very good year
|The 2011-12 page
Carol Artz, Bob Jarrard,
Suzanne Vale Jarrard,
George Wolff, Matzo Ball
Meta Strauss, Martha
Lou Jean Campbell, Judy
Ryals, Steve Mitchell,
Mike Holmes. Alfred &
Albert Lowey-Ball Has
been moved to:
Stories Continued 5.
|This website is by Gail Reaben
|For an email
address of anyone
in our class, just
2012 page with:
Sherry Roth, Joan
June Smith, Tom
Smith and Gail
Reaben, can be
Page 7 here
|Where Am I?
If you are looking for stories or pictures of yourself
from the last 2 updates, Click on Stories Continued 8:
Jari Kendall, Elizabeth White, Pat Orr, Tom Raguse,
Marty Hooper, Glynn Dyess, Barbara Tucker, Helaine
Wayne, Mopsy Smithers, Marty Hooper, Clint Morrow . . . .
. . . . Tom Raguse, Delia Lloyd, Diana Lloyd, Linda
Collins, Gene Dunks, Jane Henson, Pat Mc Carroll, Gary
Kott, Lucinda Hunnicutt, Linda Schnatterer, Cynthia
Fulton, Beth Breedlove, ++++ More, Click here or on a
Elementary School Pics
Lost Sheep >>>
Prayer List >>>
Party Pics Nov 2009
Marshall Morris passed away March, 2014 You can
contact his wife Juanita at firstname.lastname@example.org
Carl Lee Harris 02/04/2014
Wonderful friends who passed away in 2013 or before:
Sue Riley Herbe Grebe Charles Agnor
Archie Wayne Harrison Marvin Levy
Jon W. Terrell Linda Long Wiley
Doyle Yancey Engler Judy Bob Wight
Jan Stevens Martin Levy
Please see Cardinals in Heaven link to left for more names of
classmates who have passed away.
|To see a big
picture of the
team, click here.
Tom Dennis and wife Pat
Thanks to our own Sherlock Holmes, Jane
Henson Russell, we now have one of our
Lost Sheep back in the fold, Tom Dennis.
Jane was so dogged in her determination to
find our lost classmate, she resorted to
knocking on doors to find the illusive Tom!
Who knew he and his wife had been sailing
coastal waters on his beautiful boat for 20
years! To quote Katherine Hepburn talking
to Cary Grant in the movie, The
Philadelphia Story, "The boat was yar"! See
below for Tom's write up about his
|Marcia's chidlren: daughter Jennifer,
son John and grandaughter Anna.
|Ellen Lilly and husband Brian King whooping it up in the Big Apple where they are
now living! Looks like they still know how to party! Ellen writes, "Brian and I are
living in Manhattan for over three years now and having a great time."
Note: Do you know that these classmates also live in NYC: Susan Qualtrough, Ed
Glass and Stephanie Gordon? I'm going to email each one of you with the others'
address so maybe you all can get together for coffee somewhere! And . . . take
pictures so I can put them on the website! Gail
Email Ellen: email@example.com
I'm living in Wimberley Texas. Retired from UT
several years ago and I'm mainly involved in volunteer
work. My main passion is the Trap-Neuter-Release
Program that I run here in Wimberley to make sure that
our community feral cats aren't providing us with
unwanted or unloved kittens, and that they have rabies
shots and antibiotics if they are sick. I'm also the music
librarian for our community chorus, volunteer cashier at
the Village Thrift store which benefits local non-profits,
and past president of the PAWS animal shelter.
I've just taken a position as a diet coach for the Ideal
Protein program here which has been very successful in
helping people to lose weight and get healthier. And, I
have a wonderful granddaughter, Anna, just 20 minutes
away in San Marcos. My daughter Jennifer adopted her
from Guatemala 7 years ago. She is 8 now and the light
of our lives. All in all a full and happy life. Email Marcia
Rountree Sanderson: firstname.lastname@example.org
|TOM DENNIS: After I graduated from Bellaire HS, I began my college education at
Texas Tech. After military service I completed my education at the University of Houston.
After a couple of years, I and several others formed our own company manufacturing
instrumentation for the oil industry. In the early 70's, I met my wife, Pat, and we were married
Pat and I decided not to take the usual route and raise a family. We chose adventure instead
and saved up to retire early. I retired in '89, Pat following 3 1/2 years later.
In 1980 we purchased a sailboat, Swan, which was also our weekend home and our vacation
house. We sold our condo and moved aboard Swan in 1993. We spent the next years
equipping her for cruising and in 1997 we left Clear Lake and began to make our way east
visiting many interesting places along the way. Two years later we ended up in central Florida
which became our home base. We sailed up and down the east coast to the Chesapeake and
back numerous times. Also we took in the Bahamas for a beautiful change of scenery.
Time was taking a toll on Pat's joints and we decided we needed a place on land. We had
lived on the sailboat for almost 20 years and buying and moving into a house was a big
difference. We had no furniture and found ourselves "camping out" in our lovely townhouse.
We did have a bed though and little by little the house became ours.
Our future plans include more travel, this time by car or plane. We would like to see the many
places we were unable to visit by boat. Currently, they are living in Indian Harbour Beach, just
across the Indian River from Melbourne, Florida. Email Tom and Pat: email@example.com
NOTE From Gail: Do you know that Tex Cowart (firstname.lastname@example.org) lives in Melbourne
also?!! I'm expecting a Meet Up picture of you all soon to put on the website!!!
|Charles Bleil and wife Susan
I am now retired from the state and federal
judiciaries and mostly enjoying life. Susan and
I stay busy part-time lawyering and messing
around, keeping up with our 22 year old, a
student at Washington State College (yes,
that's right), and anything else that seems fun.
Professionally, I sit as a Texas visiting
judge--like a substitute teacher--in any Texas
courts that'll have me, serve as a Special
Master in federal courts when asked, serve as
an Umpire in property valuation disputes, and
currently serve as an arbitrator in a civil
matter. In other words, I do whatever I am
asked to do. The bad aspect is that at times I
want more work; the good is that I thoroughly
enjoy whatever I do.
Charles and Susan live in Ft. Worth. Email
The Big 70
A Short Film
by Gail Reaben
|Judie Oldsen at the Ladies
Luncheon, May 2014 email:
|Judye Galeener and Kathy Peabody at the Ladies Luncheon,
May, 2014 at Christie's Seafood. Judye has already told us that our
55th Reunion is coming up next year and wants us to save the date
-- March, 2015 -- and that she still needs volunteers! Judye:
to the Website!
5 Years Old
On June 9, 2009, I published the first pages of
Bellaire1960.com, 5 whole years ago! The site
has now grown to 35+ pages! And, we are
Thank You to all who have taken the time to
write up your latest happenings and send in
your wonderful pictures.
Thank you for your generous donations to keep
the site going strong. And to those classmates
who have given more than once, an extra big
To make sure our site keeps on rocking and
rolling, donations would be greatly appreciated!
They can be sent to me at:
5930 Dellfern, Houston, TX 77035
Thank you!! Gail email@example.com
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|L/R: Police Chief Todd Radford,
Jacquie "Sue Ann" Banks, Officer
|Jacquie "Sue Ann" Banks
has just completed an intense 14 week
Citizens Certification program with the
Lakeway, Texas Police Department! According
to Jacquie, it was THE most fun ever as she
learned Fingerprinting, Interrogation, and even
how to Shoot.
The most exciting part was that she got to ride
along, for two nights on a 6-10 pm shift, in the
police car doing 180's with sirens a'goin' for
real events. Quite an adrenelin rush she said!
In addition to selling Real Estate, she also
attends City Council Meetings and volunteers
at City Hall. She's waiting for the next Police
certification which will allow her to Patrol, for
And how are we spending our senior years?!!!
Jacquie can be contacted at:
To read more about her police training and
classes, click here:
Here's a pic taken
after I finished the
Texas MS 150 mile
bike ride from
Houston to Austin. It's
an annual ride for
research into cures for
Multiple Sclerosis. 80
miles the first day to La
Grange and 70 miles
the second day from La
Grange to Austin.
It has to be one of the
largest, if not THE
largest, rides with about
13,000 riders. And it
raises millions of dollars
for the National Multiple
|Boys: Charles Bleil, Albert
Kidd Girls: Lyndel Ankenman,
|Calling all Prom Pictures!
Dig through your old boxes and
find your Prom pics with you or
other classmates -- in your
house or at the prom or any
place that weekend! This is
going to be fun. Send to me:
firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks, Gail
| If you're travelling this
summer, be sure to look at the Meet
Up Pages to see if a classmate lives
there! If you see a classmate, email me
and I'll send you their email address!
Links to the Meet Up Page are at
bottom of this page.
|I wonder if Tom
ever said: "Note to
Self -- One day I'll
marry the love of
my life, live on a
sailboat and go
wherever the wind