|Class of 1957|
|† Anita Vermillion|
| || ||Anita passed away.|
|Class of 1960|
|† Betty Harvey|
| ||Attended:||1958 - 1960|
|† Jerry Jones|
| || ||Jerry passed away the weekend of September 13-14, 2008.|
|Class of 1961|
|† Dennis M. Fatheree|
| || ||Dennis died December 3, 2003 from lung cancer.
He was a great help in locating alumni and contributed many ideas when we were building the website.
Please make any donations to the:
Dennis Fatheree Science Scholarship
St Francis High School
6051 M Street
Sacramento, Ca. 95814|
|Class of 1963|
|† Marvin Hamlin|
| || ||Marvin passed away.|
|† Allen Jay Lawson|
| || ||Allen passed awy in 1992, in Tampa, Florida.|
|Class of 1964|
|† Walter Lester 'Dusty' Eaton|
| || ||Dusty died in August 1964 in Virginia Beach, VA. He died of a brain aneurysm. Also, Dusty’s parents, Tony and Beverly Angellilo both passed away in Orlando, Florida.|
|Class of 1965|
|† Barbara Maroney|
| || ||Barbara passed away on February 8th, 2008. Her dad was our history teacher. She lived in St. Louis.|
|Class of 1969|
|† Laura Matjeka (Mebane)|
| || ||Laura passed away in 2002.|
|† Ray Yates|
| ||Attended:||1967 - 1969|
| || ||Ray passed away on January 23rd, 2009, from complications of leukemia.|
|Class of 1970|
|† Patrick Byrd|
| || ||Patrick passed away in 2003.|
|† Linda Susan King|
| || ||Linda passed away on February 22nd, 1992.|
|Class of 1971|
|† Peggy Trovinger (Player)|
| || ||Peggy passed away on December 24th, 1981.|
|Class of 1972|
|† Chris McCarthy|
| || ||Chris died of melanoma.|
|Class of 1973|
|† Bonna Ballard|
| ||Attended:||1969 - 1971|
| || ||Bonna died on the base, in Kenitra, as a result of a motorcycle accident in 1971.|
|† Deborah Smith (Gerth)|
| || ||Debbie passed away.|
|Class of 1974|
|† Richard Sacra|
| || ||Ric passed away on December 30th, 2004, in Nashville, TN.
His sister, Kathy Sacra-Anderson is flying to Morocco in June 2005 to have his ashes scattered there, per his request.|
|Class of 1975|
|† Gordon Knowles|
| || ||Gordon passed away on January 7th, 2004.|
|Class of 1981|
|† David Taylor|
| ||Attended:||1973 - 1977|
| || ||David Taylor, born March 6th, 1962, passed away on December 22nd, 1992.
He was a member of the Class of '81, and attended 1973-1977.
His ashes were scattered on Pensacola Beach, Florida, as requested.|
|† Lester Bushue|
| || ||Mr. Bushue passed away on his farm in Illinois.|
|† Mr. Maroney|
| || ||Mr. Maroney, former history - and all-around favorite - teacher, suffered a heart attack and passed away in Florida, ca. 1999-2000.|
|† Ernest M. Morgan|
| || ||Ernest M. Morgan, 87, of Adventist Circle, Morganton, NC, and long time principal of the Kenitra American High School, died Saturday, October 4, 2008 at the Palliative Care Center of Catawba County Hospice in Newton, NC following a period of declining health.
Born in Hendersonville, NC on October 1, 1921, he was the son of the late William Morgan and Marie Foster Morgan Acuff. Mr. Morgan served in World War II with the U. S. Army in the Pacific Theater. He was a member of Table Rock Seventh Day Adventist Church and was a graduate of Morganton High School.
Mr. Morgan received his B.S. degree from Southern University in Chattanooga, TN and his masters degree from Appalachian State Teachers College in Boone, NC. He worked for 21 years for the Department of Defense Educational System in Morocco, Germany, and Spain. Mr. Morgan served as a Burke County Commissioner.
A wonderful husband, father, and grandfather, he is survived by his wife, Louise Powell Morgan of the home; a son, Ernest W. “Ernie” Morgan of Morganton; grandchildren, Phyllis Ann Morgan Clendenen and Yasmine Kenzie Morgan; great-grandchildren, Isabelle and Knox Clendenen; brothers, Dr. Calvin Acuff and Fred Acuff, both of Morganton.
In addition to his parents, Mr. Morgan was preceded in death by his step-father, Fred Acuff; brothers, Foster W. Morgan and James Acuff; and a sister, Virginia Breen.
The funeral was held on October 7, 2008 at Table Rock Seventh Day Adventist Church. The burial took place in the church cemetery with military honors by Valdese American Legion Post #234.