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•   Arleen Ann Arquette (Peters)  12/20
•   Charles Volz  12/8
•   Stephen Spencer ((Class Of 74))  11/21
•   Deborah Record (Massey)  10/31
•   John Edward Madere  10/29
•   Edmund LaHouse, Jr. (LaHouse)  10/26
•   Larry James Saenz  10/26
•   Fred Nollen  10/24
•   Susan Shannon (Knighten)  10/23
•   Pamela Murray (Tappan)  10/20
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•   Patti Sue Stone (Reamer)  2024
•   Penda "Penny" Richards  2016
•   Randy Barlon Bangs  2018
•   Rodney Dean Stahmann  2021
•   Roger Alan Archer  2023
•   Annette Marie Scecina (McCreary)  2022
•   Charlie Wade Carney  2015
•   Lloyd Douglas Garcia  2022
•   Joseph Anthony McGillivary III  2021
•   Robert Charles Johns  2021
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1 lives in Alabama
1 lives in Arizona
4 live in California
4 live in Colorado
2 live in Florida
4 live in Georgia
1 lives in Kentucky
2 live in Louisiana
1 lives in Maryland
1 lives in Minnesota
1 lives in Missouri
1 lives in Montana
1 lives in New Jersey
1 lives in New Mexico
5 live in New York
1 lives in North Carolina
2 live in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
2 live in South Carolina
2 live in Tennessee
172 live in Texas
1 lives in Virgin Islands
2 live in Virginia
1 lives in France
1 lives in India
1 lives in Mexico
1 lives in Thailand
304 location unknown


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San Antonio MacArthur High School
Class Of 1973


San Antonio MacArthur High School Class Of 1973

          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.  

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      50th Reunion 

The 50th Reunion is now history!  I hope everyone who was able to come had a great time!  We sure missed those of you who weren't able to be with us.  

Call Goldbeck Company (210-656-1445) if you want to order one or both of the group photos (classmates only and/or classmates and guests).  Just tell them you want the Mac 50th Reunion photo taken on October 21.  Each photo is $35.00.  $6.00 for shipping and handling will be added to your order.  

Send your personal reunion photos to, and I'll upload them to this site as soon as possible.  I'll also try to upload the personal photos video that was played at the reunion.  Thank you to David Young for preparing the video!  

A special shout out to Ann Richardson and her decorating team, Debbie Jameson (Skerhut) and Becky Steel (Marx), and Becky's arm candy, Bob Marx!  My personal hero is Susan Shannon (Knighten), who sustained me during the planning process with her advice, friendship, kindness and patience, and for helping with all the last minute things that needed to be accomplished.  Most of all, a toast to the BEST class ever!!!  






Hey All!
Sorry I missed the 50th, I was on cab duty for my beautiful niece and friends who were attending Mac’s Homecoming dance. Mr. Kelly’s been filling me in, and of course, I will apologize for his behavior. I’m back in SA for a while, and I must say…
Well, it ain’t the Bay Area, but then, San Francisco's gone to hell in a hand basket anyway.
Hope everyone is happy and well! Last, dear Editor, please put a break between this, and Pat's trip down memory lane, below. Contrary to rumor, we are -not- joined at the hip. Larry Saenz
I remember having Mr. Dalton for biology. I wasn't doing too well in his class. Maybe it was just me or maybe it was because I couldn't understand him.

Anyway, my mother was called in for a Teacher-Parent conference. I sat in the hall while this was going on, thinking how much trouble I was going to be in.

When she came out she silently walked me down the hall in the Science Bldg. She put her arm around me, bent over and whispered in my ear......"It's OK if you fail his class"

I will never forget that.
Ahoy surviving classmates,

For what it's worth, The Gloopniks, the band I'm drumming for, would have played our 50th for beer. That is, if trashy 60's instrumental tunes fit the bill. I've no idea if I've attached anything correctly to this post. In fact, now I'm wondering why I posted this in the first place?

spirit, pride, ability and a bag of chips,

Pat Kelly