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•   Melinda Endacott (Minshall)  6/26
•   Sherri Deatherage (Brown)  5/9
•   Charles Wild  4/21
•   Darrell Tygart  4/16
•   Roger Williams  4/12
•   Beth Jennings (Highfill)  4/8
•   David Cranke  3/23
•   Ann Ary (Herndon)  3/17
•   Randy Diffee  1/7
•   David Machalica  12/28
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in Arizona
4 live in Arkansas
2 live in California
2 live in Florida
2 live in Illinois
2 live in Kansas
1 lives in Louisiana
1 lives in Missouri
1 lives in Nebraska
1 lives in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
97 live in Oklahoma
1 lives in South Dakota
1 lives in Tennessee
11 live in Texas
145 location unknown


•   Danny Barnett  7/25
•   Cheryl Halverson (Tucker)  7/25
•   Della Hicks (Fuhrman)  8/6
•   Shelley Weaver (Becker)  8/15
•   Wava Davis (Brians)  8/17
•   Emmitt Starr  8/18


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We were represented from Florida to California to make the event so special.  It is pretty impressive that people really made the effort to get here. Some drove countless hours and some even had flight delays.  A big Thank You to everyone who made the journey!

Saturday evening the main event or the reception was held at The Main Street Tavern in Broken Arrow. Good music transported us all back to a familiar place in time. Thank you to Louis Hemphill, Larry York, Tim Tucker, Kerri McClure and Jim Ragsdale for the entertainment.  Old memories were certainly the main topic of the evening.  The "long term memory" kicked in and great stories were shared--from pranks--to teachers--to where are missing classmates.

People have been so generous with their donations allowing us to keep our website going for the coming year and the next.  And, your donations are the seed to get started on our 50th classs reunion. I will work hard to make it available to make future donations possible on line. Please be patient while I figure this out so that we can make it happen.  We have already been hearing lots of buzz for the next reunion in five years.  Keep checking back!

The journeys we have all experienced are wide and varied--but we will always have a common thread of Broken Arrow High School to stay connected.  Again to each of you--"THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES"….. The unoffical attendance count was 95 people Saturday night.

Also, Frank Monacelli wrote a letter to our class and I put it on the BA Class of 1972 45th Class Reunion page. If you would like to write to our class, I will put it on the website.

Until next time,

Ann Ary Herndon, Valerie Dickerson Russell and Louis Hemphill