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Class Name        Date of death
’43 Robert J. Merriman 04/25/18
’44 V.M. “Bud” Harry 04/11/18
’45 Joy Elaine Estes Shaw 03/05/18
’48 Wynona Webb Gordon 04/25/18
’49 Jean Colbert Wessel Love 04/27/18
’49 Martha Seale Palmer 05/08/18
’49 Cornelia Frank Petillo 04/22/18
’50 Beverly Ray Banks Wehba Acers 04/12/18
’50 Frances Graham Fidler 02/10/18
’50 Robert H. Koger 05/08/18
’51 William Lee McNatt 04/15/18
Harvey W. Tedford 04/08/18
(He was a teacher, coach, and athletic director at Classen for 17 years)
52James Kruger11/20/17
’54 James Satterfield 02/10/18
’54 Barbara Ann Frank Wampler 01/04/18
’58 Sandra Anderson Johnson 04/28/18
’58 Kenneth Roy McNeil 04/14/18
’59 Linda Harrington Mick 04/13/18
’63 Ansis Abolins 05/09/18
’69 Gary Peacock 05/09/18
’78 Calvin L. Johnson 04/24/18


Obituary for Linda Lee Miller - Class of 1970

Linda Lee Miller, 64, passed away Thursday, February 9, 2017.
Linda was born May 20, 1952 in Tulsa, Okla. She grew up in Oklahoma City and graduated in 1970 from the "Old" Classen High School. Linda was a title examiner with Stewart Title for 19 years. She was a social butterfly who loved people and will always be remembered as the life of the party...any party...every party. Linda never met a stranger, and her vibrant personality endeared her to all those fortunate enough to cross her path. She would greet you with a smile, and leave you with a hug. She loved music, koala bears and the Oklahoma Sooners. She loved yellow roses, dancing and theta burgers, a frozen drink by the pool and the Dallas Cowboys. But her greatest joy was spending time with family, friends, and especially her grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Dorothy Sharp; and son, Brennon Shofner.

Survivors: Daughter Shannon Brown and husband, Brandon; grandchildren, Brydan and Logan; brother, Gary Peacock; Mindy Dickey; her beloved cat, Topaz; and more friends than one can imagine.

Lucas Funeral Home Keller Chapel (817)753-6800

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1 response on Comets Celestial

  1. The Class of 1952 “Kruger” who died during November, 2017 was Charles H. Kruger, not “James” Kruger. There was no James Kruger in the class. Charles Kruger, on the other hand, had an extremely successful and meaningful career in higher education. Trained mainly at MIT, he spent his subsequent years affiliated with Stanford University and rose to great heights there. It’s bizarre that CHS would not wish to claim him as its own and do a little research on the role he played.

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