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Dr Geoffrey Ricchio
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Medical Consultant Married 8 80 Retired Chiropractor, presently a Medical Consultant. Travel throughout the U.S helping Doctors. Married with 8 children so paying lots of money for all their stuff!!!! Hoping my good friends Alfredo, Perrin and Charlie contact me. (Or anyone else) Hello to all.

Hoping everyone health and happiness!

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Cynthia Rivera
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EMT. Signal Inspector 30 Recap 30 years? Here goes...Went back to school, got an A.S. in Digital Electronics. Worked for the State Lottery for a while, then mostly in the Fire/Life Safety industry doing inspections, testing, troubleshooting Fire alarm systems in commercial high-rise buildings. Diverted from that career for several years and was heavily involved in the music industry. Did touring and a hell of a lot of performing, sometimes opening for National acts. Got back into electronics as an apprentice electrician. Went back to school on a dare, and obtained my EMT certification, which I'm now doing, as well as a Signal Inspector for MTA. Still perform from time to time.
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Debbie Roberts
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5th Grade Teacher Divorced 3 zero 500 In the past 30 years I have been busy. In 1989, I got married. I have three girls- Taylor 14, Shaye 12, and Kaity 12. I worked for Hershey Chocolate until my twins were born. Stayed home with them up until 3 years ago when I became a 5th grade teacher. I am in the process of getting divorced after 20 years and look forward to starting a new life. I am excited to see many of you at the reunion.

Has it really been 30 years????

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Maria E. Olivares (Romero)
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Administrative Secretary Single Again (2) Emily 4 and Ethan 2 50 After raising 2 children, daughter Amber-24 and son Joshua -22, and being married for 26 years, I have recently found myself single again. I am enjoying life to the fullest, by traveling, excersicing, working and just keeping my self busy. I attend church at Harvest of Riverside, and work in a High School Setting. LOL Hope to see all of my good friends at the reunion so we can catch up.
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Myrna Garcia (Romero)
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Divorced 4 3 5 After raising my four girls, my marriage of 30 years ended. I am enjoy working in a elementry school. I am trying to enjoy my life.
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Craig Roraff
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Retired - disability Single I'm single now living in Redlands California after graduating high school I went to school at Mount San Antonio College and received a degree in electronics, then I attended Cal Poly Pomona and received my bachelor's science in electronics computer science. Starting work for Hughes Aircraft Co. as an Analog Engineer until 1992. I became sick in 1992 and had to have a heart transplant. I'm doing fine since my heart transplant but now I am on retired disability.
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Maria Socorro (Ross (Cortes))
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Management Analyst Married 3000 miles Job related moves from LA, to Colorado then here in DC, traveled within the US and other countries, ran a full marathon (Marine Corps Marathon) in 2009, I have been snow skiing for about (36) years and snowboarding just about three years, I love spending quality time with family and friends both Coast (West and East). I have worked for the Department of Justice/FBOP for over 26 years. Two and a half more years and I am eligible to retire! I do not know if we will move back to California? My husband and I are considering Colorado because we liked the State as well. Or maybe stay on East Coast for awhile until we decide and just enjoy being here. I hope to see some classmates sometime in 2019?
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Jamie Salafia (Salafia-Bellomo)
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Teacher/Curriculum Specialist Married 2 50 Wow, thirty years! Where has the time gone? After high school I went to Biola College for a couple of years. I had planned on going into nursing, and Biola had a great nurse practitioner program. After the first year I decided that I really wanted a career in education, and it's been a great choice for me. I then transferred to Cal Poly Pomona where I earned my undergraduate degree in Liberal Studies. I began my teaching career with teaching 6th grade in private school at St. Mark's Lutheran School in Hacienda Heights - at the time public schools were only hiring substitutes and I wanted my own classroom. I had a great first year teaching experience there. From there I worked in Los Angeles for a couple of years, then moved back to the Heights where I began teaching at Rowland Unified. I began in elementary, but wound up starting teaching Junior High. In my ten years in the Rowland district I had the opportunity to teach social studies, language arts, reading and ESL. It was during that time that I met my husband, Steve Bellomo. Back in high school I had heard about a social club in L.A. for tall people: the Tip Toppers Club. I took a chance and started going to some of their social events. As it turns out, there are many tall clubs not just in California, but internationally. Orange County also has a tall club, and at one of their monthly dances (the Valentine dance---too cute, huh?) I met simply the best man I've ever known. He's a software engineer for Boeing. (And yes, he's tall: 6' 8"!) We live in San Juan Capistrano and have been together over twenty years. We have two children: our son, Trevor, (18) and our daughter, Cassandra - or Cassie, as we call her at home (13). When Trevor was 2? years old, he was diagnosed as Autistic. I admit that it's been a challenge over the years, but I've come to realize that everyone out there has a story and their own set of personal challenges. I'm no different than anyone else. Trev is in an adult transition program for developmentally disabled adults, and we're very pleased that the transition has been a very smooth one. Cassie is on the other end of the spectrum: Straight A student, honors classes and a passion for art and musical drama. They have both been blessings and I have learned so much from each of my children. After Cassie was born, I transferred to the Santa Ana Unified School District. The daily drive from San Juan Capistrano to La Puente was just too much. A few years ago, I decided it was high time I pursued my master's degree. I earned my master's in teaching as a reading specialist, and after 24 years in the classroom, the opportunity presented itself for a career change. Last year I left the classroom to become a curriculum specialist at the District Office for the English Learners Programs and Student Achievement department. It's been a challenge, but I've really enjoyed the opportunity to apply my education and experience in another venue. As far as recreation goes, our opportunities to travel have been limited due to Trevor's disability, but we do get up to see my mom in northern California each summer. She lives in Trinidad--- a little coastal community up in the redwoods about 30 miles north of Eureka. It's cool, green and lovely. In the winter months, my mom usually stays with us in an apartment we added to our home when my father came to live with us in 1994. Sadly, my daddy passed away in 2002, but having daddy's apartment has made it possible for mama to be with us and help us with Trevor while she's down visiting. Regarding my interests, I've done some singing and teaching vacation bible school at my church, and I had a chance to create some writing lessons for the McDougal Littel Publishers for their next edition of California Language Arts textbooks. As some of you know, I've always loved to cook and bake. For fun, over the past few years I've begun to compete at the Orange County Fair. I had my best year ever last year: 4 blue ribbons (oatmeal cookies, scones, biscotti, & bars), a red ribbon (muffins). My biscotti was the division winner! I've also enjoyed competing in table settings. I got a blue ribbon for my table setting in the holiday division. It's funny what takes our fancy sometimes, isn't it? I've loved reading about all our classmates, and I am so proud to be a part of such a distinguished group of graduates. I want to add my congratulations and admiration to everyone else's to Danette for doing such a splendid job of organizing the webpage and the reunion. I am very sorry that I was unable to make the 30th reunion. (I was at the 10th and 20th, though!) I have an idea for our next reunion : How about in a couple of years when we've all personally reached the half-century mark? Just a thought! :)
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Jose Luis Sanchez Gil
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Water Tech Single what? What have you been doing for the last 30 years? What a loaded question. I can't even remember what I had for breakfast this morning and they ask this question off the bat. Lots of different kinds of work. For the last 19 plus years I have worked in some capacity or another in water testing. 15 years of those at the infamous BKK Landfill in West Covina, working in the groundwater/environmental department. I started working at BKK in '90 with one of our classmates, Mitch Nelson. Unfortunately, Mitch was diagnosed with cancer in early '92 and passed away in May of '94. Currently, I work for a small water engineering firm in Covina. I still live in Hacienda Heights. After both my parents passed away, I moved back to Hacienda Heights and into the family home. I guess I can't complain, it's paid for. For fun I ride one of my motorcycles or work on one of my many car or motorcycle projects. For peace of mind, I enjoy riding my touring bike, the farther out of town the better. I know that there are quite a few of us Wilson classmates that are riding motorcycles. I think it would be great if we could hookup for a Sunday ride in the near future. Let me know if anyone is up for a Sunday ride. I hope to see some familiar faces at the reunion, and catch up with some of the classmates that I have lost touch with.
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Stephen Saneto
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Self Employed Photography Married 3 After my years at Wilson and thanks to Mr Wong allowing me to choose my life long career while still in high school, I graduated from MSAC and Long Beach State, both with degrees in photography. Also during those years, I worked at Vons, where I met my wife, who still works there today. But, then the entrepreneurial juices started flowing and rolled the first of many dice and quite my job and opened my own business, artistryfoto. Late in 1999 right before the 20th reunion, I moved to a facility that was more than I needed at the time, but didn't want to lose the opportunity and potential that the facility offered. Soon after the reunion, my wife was diagnosed with Cancer. When I see you all at the 30th and am asked what I've been doing for the past 10 years, I'll probably have the shortest answer: Taking care of Patty, celebrating the last 5 years of her remission and living life. Everything else is gravy.

WOW!  That was probably one of the best reunions I've attended and I've photographed a lot over my career!  Great seeing you all and hope to hear from you!  I'm still getting used to that Facebook thing and trying to make time.  I'll touch base.  Drop me a line and I'll try to get back to you within the year, LOL!  The trying times of owning your own BIZ!

IMPORTANT NOTE:
INFO about the how to order that cool group shot (Fun one too) along with the individual & candids will be comin soon!

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