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Classmates, the letter "T"

First Name Last Name status
Chris Tammaro  
  Current photo

Hello and all the best to the class of 68. Time to reflect and count some milestones. I have many fond memories of my short time at Lynbrook HS (64/65) and the wonderful people I met there.  Sadly, my Dad was transferred to Ohio where I finished HS. I moved back to Canada (Canadian by birth) and studied art, photography and film and spent the next 30 years working in film and television. One great son (21). Now living outside Vancouver, BC. (6/23/08)

Bonnie Tannehill Vadenais  
Bonnie Tannehill Current photo Lost. Send us a clue.
Mary Elizabeth Tapochick Pimentel  
Mary Tapochick

Deceased (9/11/49-2/6/06)

Online Obituary

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Brent Teets  
Brent Teets Current photo


I’m retired now after 45 years in telecommunications with Sprint and AT&T. We’ve lived all over the US and Mexico and I traveled internationally throughout SE Asia for Sprint. My lovely wife of 39 years and I now live in a small town in Idaho on the gateway to the wilderness. I now spend my time giving back to the community through booking music like Blues, R&B, Soul, and classic Rock bands at a local venue.

Debbie Temmerman Button  
Debbie Temmerman Current photo

Island Park, ID

Please check in with Reunion Committee

Michael Andrew Thomas  
Michael Thomas Current photo

San Diego. CA.

After Lynbrook, I spent four years at U.C. Davis, and then attended graduate school at Santa Clara University.  Worked a couple of jobs in the Bay Area then spent the next thirty-two years in federal law enforcement.  I retired last year, but I continue to work part time as a consultant with the California Department of Justice.  My wife, Rosanne, and I have been married twenty-nine years.   We have lived in San Diego since 1985.  We have a daughter, Natalie (24) and a son, Nicholas (22).  Football and rugby has been replaced by yoga and Pilates.  Most of my guitars have nylon strings. The steel strings hurt my fingers.  


Debbie Thomas Sgambati  
Debbie Thomas Current photo

Oakhurst, CA

(Married to Mark Sgambati)

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Linda Kay Thomas Jones  
Linda Thomas Current photo Grants Pass, OR.
Carole Lynn Thompson Moyer  
Carole Thompson Current photo

Nipomo, CA.

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Paul Thornton  
Raul Thornton Current photo Lost. Send us a clue.
Terri Ann Tingle Lawrence
Terri Tingle Current photo

Salem, OR

My husband,Fred & I are full time RV’ers as of Sept. 2017. I retired the same month from Norpac Foods, Inc. in Salem, Oregon where I worked as Corporate Receptionist for 13 years. Our home base is Salem, Oregon where our children, grandchildren and my younger brother, Gary Tingle and his family live. I have a son and daughter and 4 grandchildren. We are making a big trip across U.S. this year which I’ve been wanting to do since studying American History at Lynbrook. Maybe we will see some of you “along the way”. (6.15.18)

Sherry Lee Tollas
Sherry Tollas Current photo Park City, UT.
Joe Tripiano  
Joe Tripiano

Deceased (4/1997)

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Howard Albert Triska  
Howard Trisha Current photo

Deceased (11/18/1950-3/6/2017)

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Brad True  
Brad True Current photo

Rocklin, CA

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Judy L. Twitchel Cumming  
Judy Twitchel Current photo

Friday Harbor, WA.

I attended the University of Hawaii.  My current husband (Fremont class of 1964) followed me there in April of 1970 and we were married in August.  We had dated in Mountain View, where we met while working in a restaurant (with Cary Davis).   Since Jim had a 3 year old daughter we moved back to the Bay Area, enrolled at Foothill and became caretakers at Pennisula School in Menlo Park.  We moved to San Juan Island, Washington in 1976 and never looked back.  It was a great place to raise our daughter and she and her husband are now raising our two grandsons here too.  I've worked as a legal secretary, financial manager for a non-profit (contracting with the county to provide mental health), drug & alcohol recovery and developmental disabilities programs.  For 12 1/2 years I worked for a CPA as an accountant and then started my own QuickBooks consulting business.  After 6 years, I decided that I had had enough of accounting.  I am currently working for the County Land Bank where I  assist in coordinating the purchase and stewardship of special lands for conservation, recreation and education.  As Sunset magazine has been quoted as saying, "Nornal, satisfied, well-balanced people visit the San Juan Islands all the time, but they don't usually decide to stay. . .  The San Juanderers who come and stick are different.  They are creative, ingenious, self-reliant, romantic, iconoclastic, unapologetically odd.  And they would cheerfully enbrace all these adjectives as compliments."  And so do I.  Cheerfully yours.  (7/21/08)