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Richland Bombers
Famous Richland Bombers

Gene Conley ('48)
SportsIllustrated.cnn.com Baseball Stats Website
Tri City Herald's #2 Sports Story of the Century
Gene's Baseball Card
July 16, 1999 Tri City Herald article
April 21, 2001 Seattle Times article
1946 Columbian - Sophomore
1958 pictured with Coach Art Dawald

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David Hinson ('51)
Former ASB President serves U.S. President
Former head of the Federal Aeronautics Administration during two years of the Clinton administration.

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Orrin Pilkey ('52)
World-renowned oceanographer and has appeared on national networks....ABC, NBC, and perhaps CBS, when there have been storms and El Ninos affecting the oceans and fisheries.

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Marjorie Casebier McCoy ('52RIP)
Marjorie was a Professor at Berkley. She wrote 3 books on Dying, and Grief and Loss. She had been the ASB President in her Senior year (first female to hold that position) and was a member of National Honor Society. She wrote her first book after sitting beside her mother, watching her die of cancer. She died about 16-17 years ago of cancer and her death notice was in the Spokesman-Review where they listed deaths of people of note. Her Master's Degree was in Religion in the Dramatic Arts. She was a great catcher on North Richland's Hand's Drug Baseball team, and a good basketball player on our North Richland United Protestant Basketball team.
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Walter Pilkey ('55)
Meteorologist with the National Weather Bureau, and has made appearances on television when weather has become big news... explaining the nuances of certain weather patterns and their affects on air travel and other significant effects.

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John Meyers ('58)
Husky Fever article about John Meyers

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Beth Peterson ('61)
February, 2000 Spokesman-Review article
Larger view of accompanying picture

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Bill Johnson ('61)
William "Lane" Johnson ~ country singer
Recent flyer for New Zeland gig
website coming soon

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Fred "Gus" Gustavson ('61)
Gus began a long and distingused career in the U.S. Navy. After he graduated from the Naval Academy in 1965 he eventually achieved the rank of Rear Admiral. Gus was a submarine commander and senior instructor and was promoted to a group command in 1993 and assigned resposiblitiy for the operations of a force of 13 nuclear submarines, two repair ships, two dry docks and a shore support facility.

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Larry Coryell ('61)
Larry Coryell Website

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Sharon Tate (Would Have Been Class of '61) Links:
Sharon Tate Tribute
Sharon Tate
Sharon's Grave
Sharon Tate Official Fan Website

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Kippy Lou Brinkman ('62)
Miss Washington
Talent Winner in the 1965 Miss America Pagaent

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Jeanie Walsh Williamson ('63) ~ aka Barbra Williamson
elected official for the City of Simi Valley for 4 terms
http://www.eleanorvanace.com/barbrawilliamson/
http://www.ci.simi-valley.ca.us/html/barbra_williamson.html

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Terry Davis ('65) ~ aka Terence Knox
The Terence Knox Official Website

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John Clement ('66) - Photographer

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Jim VanWyck ('66) - Movie Producer

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Debby Gregor ('67)
available at Amazon.com

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Jim Mattis ('68)
Marine Major General James Mattis,
senior military advisor to Deputy Secretary of Defense Rudy De Leon
RHS Basketball Manager to Brig. General
Official Biography

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Steve King ('73)
President & CEO of Zantaz (A company located in Pleasanton, CA)

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Brad Upton ('74)
Brad Upton - Comedian

Mike Davis ('74)
Finley Elementary School Teacher

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Michael Peterson ('77)
Michael Peterson OnLine - The Official Pages
1997 Tri-City Herald article about Michael's return for his 20 year reunion

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Ron Harman ('77)
Official Home Page

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Amanda Beers (2000)
Miss Tri-Cities and Miss Washington, 2002

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AlL Bomber Alumni Links Alumni Sandstorm

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Peace

page started: 10/21/98
page updated: 07/30/03
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