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•   Nancy Selby (Crane)  5/21
•   John Reel  5/14
•   John Owen Gibson III  1/13
•   Mark Robbins  12/29
•   Celia Diane James (Brewer)  12/2
•   Debbie Green (Schwind)  10/17
•   John Edward Madere  10/4
•   Carroll McClure (Taggart)  9/29
•   Leslie Croucher (Plasters)  9/27
•   Ed Lake  9/27
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2 live in Arizona
4 live in California
1 lives in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
1 lives in Florida
2 live in Georgia
1 lives in Kentucky
1 lives in Louisiana
1 lives in Minnesota
1 lives in Montana
1 lives in New Jersey
5 live in New York
2 live in North Carolina
1 lives in Oklahoma
1 lives in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Carolina
155 live in Texas
1 lives in Virgin Islands
2 live in Virginia
1 lives in Mexico
355 location unknown


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MacArthur High School
Class Of 1973

Welcome to the  (San Antonio) MacArthur High Class Of 1973 web site.

          We're so happy you found us!  Please join the site by clicking on the "Join Here" link in the grey box to the right ---> Information you provide is accessible only by our classmates and guest members.   Registering will keep us connected and allow us to share information about future events.  

We had a great time five years ago at the 40th Reunion - pictures are available for viewing. Our last gathering was a fun evening on August 23, 2014 at O'Briens Restaurant in Bergheim hosted by Becky Thieleman O'Brien- pics also available.  It's been fun reconnecting with those that have made it to the recent events!

We have scheduled a 45th reunion for Saturday, November 3, 2018, at the Quarry Golf Club in San Antonio, so please mark your calendars!  Details regarding time, cost and how to sign up will be provided as soon as possible.  Here's hoping to see you in November!

Your website host,

Kay Peterson




I've finished a fiction book, "Walden Shock" available on Amazon, which I know will entertain you. When you consider "1984" and "Walden Two", you see authors painting a future influenced by Communist theory after WWII; one heavy on dialectic, the other lighter but still disturbing in many ways.

The 21st century is full of dystopian movies and some even have happy endings. “Walden Shock” draws a future of promise, of people growing and succeeding in the coming Singularity of explosive technological change. This bridge moment to the future of artificial intelligence is something that few have addressed. Few writers today have offered an optimistic few of the outcome.

Like my other books, there are many stories that some of you might recognize if you were a participant, but in this story they are heavily disguised under imagination. Nobody will recognize you unless you tell them, and even then, much more than half of any episode is purest smoke.

Cowboys, guns, and robots in West Texas. It don’t get no better!
Even my ex-wife loves it. That means all my wife-times enjoy it. That says something!

It is on Amazon now in Kindle format, but the paperback will be available early January 2018.