Evergreen High School Alumni

Seattle, Washington (WA)

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Military High School Alumni

Honoring Our Heroes

This area is dedicated to our alumni that have served or are serving in our armed forces!

Lost Class Rings

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In Memory Of
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Cynthia Clothier
Cynthia Clothier
Class of 1978
Passed Dec 06, 2009
(no additional information)
Dennis C, Braaten
Dennis C, Braaten
Class of 1960
Passed Jan 16, 1992
To anyone in the Class of 1960 who knew Denny, I just wanted to let you know that he passed away in Jan, 1992. He and I came to the Class of 1960 reunion in 1980 when it was held at the Red Lion Hotel in Sea-Tac,
Gary Lynn Emmick
Gary Lynn Emmick
Class of 1967
Passed Aug 20, 2015
Vietnam era Veteran US army
Burial at Tahoma National Cemetery, where heros rest.
Jan Probasco
Jan Probasco
Class of 1978
Passed Apr 26, 2015
Jan was diagnosed with stage IV non source cancer. It was challenging to treat because it wasn't in a particular location. She fought a courageous battle with cancer. She will be greatly missed.
Randy Hougland
Randy Hougland
Class of 1972
Passed Feb 12, 2016
Randy passed away peacefully at his home in Seattle ,following a 9 month battle with Pancreatic Cancer. At the time of his passing, Randy was surrounded by the love of his wife, his sisters, his children, and his late father's life partner, Sue. Randy retired from The King County Journal Newspaper/Northwest Media, following 33 years of employment as a Journeyman Press Operator. During his life, Randy created numerous landscape projects for others. He was known for his talent, and his creativity. Randy will be missed by all who knew and loved him. Randy was 5ruly one-of-a-kind. Generous, kind, loving, and loyal...
Terry Sullivan
Terry Sullivan
Class of 1969
Passed Aug 20, 1967
Those of you who knew Terry Sullivan will remember a young man who had superior intelligence when it came to academics. He aced every test he was ever given without one bit of studying.
He was a great friend and loyal to all he knew. When school failed to recognize his blind genius, he went on to accel at what they did teach him. MONEY MONEY MONEY. They taught us all that Money was the goal instead of happiness. So, he made money and lots of it. Unfortunately, he had little or no parental guidance. His pursuit of happiness, without direction, led to all of us losing a Great Man. A man who could do what ever he put his mind to. I, for one, cannot forget the one light too bright for all of us to see. He is missed.
God Bless Terry Sullivan. A truly fine person.
LTK

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Evergreen High School Classmates

Jennifer Schmitt
Class of '89

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School News

Patrick Ledray, Class of '64 Writes Christmas Book

Patrick Ledray, who graduated from Evergreen High School in 1964, has written "The Dragon in the Christmas Tree&quo...
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