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Richard Martinez

- President -

A forty year reunion sounds scary and exciting.  Don’t older people have those?  Like my parents and their friends?  Mom and Dad are both Narbonne graduates as well, classes of  ‘42 and ’43.  I look forward to seeing you all again.  With the passing of forty years we’ll have a lot to catch up on.  Hope all of you can make plans to attend.  The more people we have the more fun it will be.  Mark your calendars and I'll see you April 5th and 6th, 2008.

Go Gauchos!  Class of Summer 1968, Epics.

Thanks to Dennis and Dianna Webb for getting the ball rolling for our reunion.  Their time and efforts are greatly appreciated by all.



Brooke, with youngest of three sons Brant, who graduates from high school this June and Ric

Richard Martinez

Richard Martinez S'68

Richard Martinez at our 10 year reunion.

MARTINEZ, Richard - Rich and his wife Brooke reside in Redlands. He is a Language, Speech and Hearing Specialist for the Riverside Unified School District. He attended both LaVerne College and the University of Redlands. He and Brooke were married 1 1/2 years ago and just bought a house in Redlands. His travels include Mexico, Canada and the U.S.A. Rich enjoys fishing, hunting, camping, skiing, biking and softball. Thought for the tenth year: "It doesn't seem as though ten years have passed. I hope I recognize everyone, for that matter I hope every one recognizes me."