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Dennis Johnstone
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Gerald Jones
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John Jones
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Julie Jones
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Leigh Jones
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Sandra Jones
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" AFTER 20 YEARS AT UPS I RETIRED AND HAVE A SMALL FARM IN FREDERICK CO WHERE I RAISE RED ANGUS COWS.
  I HAVE A DAUGHTER WHO IS IN THE NAVY AND TWO GRANDCHILDREN AGES 7 AND 9."

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Hank Kaanta
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Gary Kalmbach
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MaryAnne Karuzas
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Gerry Kearby
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Deceased classmate and digital music pioneer Gerald Kearby died in 2012 in a Bay Area, Mid-Peninsula car crash. Gerry, who once turned down an offer from Steve Jobs to buy his company, died when his truck veered off a rural San Mateo County CA road and into a tree.

The accident ended a remarkable life and career that stretched from teaching award winning drum line performers to designing custom equipment for the Grateful Dead as well as Jefferson Starship and finally cofounding online music company Liquid Audio.

The loss of the 65 year old Pescadero CA resident left the music world mourning one of its characters and innovators.  A memorial website was overflowing with photos and remembrances. 

Longtime business partner and friend, Rob Modeste,57, said Kearby was on his way home from Redwood City and was a short distance from his house when the accident happened.  The men had been together earlier in the day for a meeting and then grabbed a beer at Gourmet Haus Staudt.  They said good bye not knowing they would not see each other alive again.

Kearby was born in Oklahoma and spent his early years around the
West, said Modeste.  He ended up in the Bay Area and, a drummer himself, was teaching drum line performers.  By the time he hit his 30s, he realized he wanted to do something else, about the time the two met in 1979, Modeste said.  In the 1980s they built custom audio equipment for Bay Area legends the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Starship.

In the mid 1980s the men saw the early potential of digital recording, jumped into the field and were bought out by a Swiss electronics firm.  Then in 1996 came the idea to sell music on the Internet.

Modeste and Kearby had been working on an idea for a website that would allow music fans to remix songs they loved.  But a conversation with a venture capitalist gave them the idea to simply sell songs online.  What followed was a rapid rise and then fall of their company Liquid Audio.  After losing control of the company in a nasty tussle with investors, Kearby resigned in November 2002.

Before that occurred, Steve Jobs had offered to buy the music startup.  The price, however, was less than the roughly $100 million the company had in the bank, Modeste said.  In the end Kearby declined the offer, saying the board of directors would never accept to be bought for less cash then they had in hand.

In 2005 Modeste and Kearby launched another venture, this one was called Neurotone and which specializes in audio therapy aimed at helping people with damaged hearing, like the rocker's curse of ringing ears called tinnitus.

Modeste said that they had spent their careers making people deaf and it was time to fix all the damage they had done.

Kearby was survived by his wife Nikki and sisters Carol Lundeen and Denise Marcouillier. (Last data update: 2006)
Mary Kennedy (DiGrappa)
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Phil Keyes
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Judy Kifer (DeCook)
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Retired Married 2
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I have been married to my high school sweetheart, Bruce DeCook WRHS Class of '65 for 47 years.  We're both retired from careers in real estate, enjoying life and good health, and have been blessed with two wonderful children and two little grandsons.

After college degrees in California and Washington DC and living in California for the first years of her marriage, our daughter now lives in Denver with her husband and two little boys who we adore. . .ages one and three.  Bruce and I love being grandparents. . .Noni and Poppi as we are called.  After graduating from the University of San Diego, our son spent three years doing humanitarian work in Cape Town, South Africa.  He lives in Denver now, and in addition to his regular job, he does volunteer work serving the poor and underprivileged.

Bruce and I like to travel especially to Maui and to our beautiful Colorado mountains, spend lots of time with family, and exercise to try to stay in shape!

Many wonderful memories of high school. . .dating Bruce, of course, and Homecomings, sporting events, the KIMN top school contest and winning the Moonrackers/Astronauts dance at the Hilton Hotel, poster parties, teasing our hair, the great music of the 60's, and many good friends who I'm looking forward to seeing at our 50th reunion.  See you in September. . .
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Ben King
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"Ben King, 64, died Jan. 18, 2013 at his home in Scottsbluff, NB.  His memorial service was  held Jan. 21, 2013, at the Jolliffe Funeral Home in Scottsbluff, with Angela Jones officiating.  In keeping with his wishes, his remains were cremated.  In lieu of flowers, memorials in his name were directed to Prairie Haven Hospice.  
Ben was born August 30, 1948 in Denver, Colo. to B. Palmer and Lois (Brooks) King.  He grew up and received his education there, graduating from Wheatridge High School with the class of 1966.  He was a graduate of University of Colorado at Boulder with both his undergraduate and law degree.   While in law school, he worked at the Arvada, Colo. city attorney’s office and went on to become the Arvada City Attorney.  On September 10, 1977, he married Sue K. Bannick in Denver.  He continued to work in Arvada until 1984, when he and Sue moved to the family farm southwest of Morrill.  He helped on the farm and also worked for the Urban Renewal Authority in Denver before joining Randy Reed and establishing the Reed and King Law Office in Mitchell, where he practiced until ill health forced his retirement in 2007.  He moved to Scottsbluff in 2011.

Ben was an avid reader, loved to walk and backpack and especially enjoyed waterfowl hunting.  He served on the Mitchell Irrigation District board for many years.  He will be sadly missed by many good friends and his hunting buddies.

Surviving him are his wife Sue of Scottsbluff, his sisters Carolyn (William) Allen of Arvada, Colo. and Kathryn (Mike) Barber of Las Cruces, N.M.; a brother in law and sister in law Gregg and Cindy Bannick of Littleton, Colo.; and nephews and nieces Mike Allen of Morrill, Lisa Young of Torrington, Wyo., Bryan Barber of Los Angeles, Calif., Kristen Echols of Houston, Texas and Hunter, Calista and Mia Bannick all of Littleton, Colo. His parents and one nephew preceded him in death.

Martin King
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Brothers and Sisters:
The predominantly white class of 1966 noticed the situations of people of color through personal encounters around the city and country. TV and newspapers started to cover our marches, boycotts, and sit-ins. Some class members were not particularly interested; others joined efforts for improved voting opportunities, schools and jobs for low-income, minority individuals. Your concern may carry forward in compassionate views toward immigrants or victims of war around the world. Our march goes on.
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Norma King
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Raven King
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Kim Kirk (Sobczyk)
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"Retirement is great. Six grandchildren and counting."

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Steve Kirk
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