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Franklin Pierce High School

Class of 1963

All classmates are invited to log-in to your site and view information related to your classmates, your memorabilia, and reunions past and future.


Farewell Nancy Bombardier Remlick

We received news that Nancy passed away in the last few days. More details will be posted as they are available. 3/4/2020


Farewell Fred Minchau

Fred Minchau's daughter, Shelby, has informed us that Fred passed away on November 15, 2019.  He lived in the Western Washington area, where he was a jack of all trades. He enjoyed the outdoors: hunting, clam digging, scuba diving, and riding motorcycles.  See his obituary in the "In Memory" pages.



March 12, 2020

This Remembrance from Kathy Peterson Thom

After 97 years, Central Avenue Grade School will be torn down.  On Thursday, March 12, 2020, several old-timers met to say, “goodbye.”  Our oldest guest was Edward Krysiak who graduated from FP in 1958.

The kindergarten class made us a “Welcome Class of 63” sign and the staff provided fruit and cookies. 

The principal had planned tours of the classrooms, but minutes before we arrived she learned about the mandatory school closings (due to the coronavisus pandemic), so plans changed quickly!

We had a swift walk-by tour of the building and many of us filled-in stories along the way.  One of the highlights was Carli Carlson’s reminder about our Christmas pageant when he brought his donkey, and the 6th grade boys had to push it onto stage! (The good old days!). Does anyone recall who played Mary & Joseph?

More of her writeup and photos are included in the above tab Grade School Photos / Central Avenue / May 20 Tour.


Year 56 at the 2121

Thursday, August 22, 2019

We met once again at the 2121 Pub for a few hours of talking, and sharing.  There were at least 50 of us old-timers and guests. Thanks to all who came for talking, eating, talking, laughing, talking, eating, reminiscing, and maybe tossing back a drink or two. It's a great way to keep in touch between our big gatherings.



On Saturday, September 8th, 86 of us gathered to celebrate our 55th year since graduation.  There were 54 classmates and 32 guests.  During the night several people referred to us as survivors.  We met at the Emerald Queen Casino Ballroom and Conference Center in Fife. The buffet and dessert table were plentiful and delicious.  If there was supposed to be light background 50s and 60s music playing, it would never have been heard over the talking and laughter. 

See pictures from the event.  Click on the "Class Reunion Photos" tab on the left column, and select the "55th-Year Reunion".

Thanks to all who came and made this a fun event.  Think about 2023 for the 60th (yikes).

Keep your address and other contact info up-to-date, so we can keep in touch.  See ya in August 2019 at the 2121.


STILL LOOKING for 19 missing classmates? Any Clue?  If you have any information for those on the list (see tab at top), please contact Donna Dovey Buster.  Only *19* to go.


The 50th-Year Reunion Booklet

August 17, 2013

This booklet with information on all your classmates, and pictures from the reunion activities, has been mailed to those who ordered one.  We have a few extras.  If you didn't order one and want one, click on the "Contact Us" tab at the top of the page, to send an email to Dan Holder.  Booklets are $20, inclding postage.

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We need more pictures.  Do you have photos from parties, activities, candid shots around school, any other pictures that would jog the old memories?  Send them to Dan Holder at





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