North Miami 1973 Reunion
North Miami 1973 40-Year Reunion
We will never forget...

Information about deceased classmates comes from a variety of sources. We do our very best to confirm this information, however in the words of Mark Twain, sometimes "the reports of [a classmate's] death are greatly exaggerated."

If you see a name on this list that does not belong here, please click on the Contact Us link to the left and let us know. Likewise, if you are aware of a classmate who needs to be added to this list, be sure to notify us in the same manner of this information.

If you are curious about a classmate (or friend or family member), check out Legacy.com.

Terry Dodge
Robert Thomas Schuster
Submitted Sunday, September 08, 2013 3:34:49 PM
By: Debbie Schuster Jennings

Visitor message: My brother Robert Thomas Schuster, member of the class of 1973 passed away of colon cancer in 2005. He was a teacherat Florida Institute of Technology teaching all things having to do with flight. He was a pilot and loved flying. He was a follower of Jesus Christ and loved the Lord. We miss him. So please update your files and let people know. Thanks.

Dale Bast
BRUCE BIRTLEY
JOHN BOSTICK
CYNTHIA CARDA
FREEMAN COLLINS
HAROLD CUMMINGS JR
YVONNE DE CASTRO
RONALD DEAN
JUDITH DODDO
ROBERT DULIN
KIMBERLY HARRISON
CHESTER HART
RICHARD JANUSZ
JACQUELYN JENKINS
BARBARA JOHNSTON
BETTY KAPLAN
EDYE KLUSKY
LINDA LONG
MARILYN MEYER
DANIEL O'CONNELL
MARILYN PALMER
MARK PORITZKY
KATHY REYNOLDS
SUZANNE ROBERTSON
KAREN CAWN SCHLOSS
DAVID SEBRIGHT
TERRY SCOGGIN SEEGERS
ELIZABETH SMITH
ALBERT STETTNER
ERIK TABB
WINFIELD TREWORGY
JOSEPH VOLKER
LEVI WILLIAMS
JAY WOLFSON
Debbie Johnson

Please add Debbie Johnson to the In Memory Page. She was killed by a hit and run driver while jogging on July 29, 1983.

Submitted by her friend, Ruthie Wolnstein Chiger

Jenny Boyette Wojtylko
Leslie Ginesin Schloss
Debbie Maurizi Little
CARMEN JUANICO HOLCOMB

Carmen Holcomb, beloved wife of David Holcomb and devoted mother of twins Brittney and Christy Holcomb, residing in Chandler, AZ left this world peacefully on January 27, 2004. Carmen returned her soul to God after a brave and hard battle with cancer.

Carmen will be remembered by her family and friends as a devoted and loving mother, wife, friend and nurse who loved life and nature (most especially strolling along the beach in search of that perfect shell). Each year the Holcomb family vacation is in their favorite place, Captiva Island, FL, with their best friends Kathy, Les, Mandy and Austin Richards and Nana. Carmen passionately collected shells all her life from Hawaii, California and Florida. She will be remembered by those close to her for her continually growing shell collection and for the creations she made from these for people she loved.

Carmen was born April 19, 1955 in Roseville, California to Tom Juanico and Irene Beyer-Juanico.

She graduated from Nursing School in 1980 and was a compassionate and respected nurse. The Holcombs moved to Chandler four years ago from Florida and immediately started exploring the west and all it had to offer starting with showing Brittney and Christy snow for the first time. Carmen loved to travel and enjoyed visiting new places and meeting new people. Carmen will be best remembered for her love and devotion to family and friends, her compassion and sense of humor.

Carmen's warmth and smile permeated the very souls of all who knew her and are survived by her. The Holcombs are fortunate to have a very close knit group of family and friends and this was never more evident as in the last year. Carmen is survived by myriad friends and countless neighbors whose love endured her and made her battle to survive sometimes even joyous with their endless gifts of food, transportation and overnight stays with the twins during the harder times.

Her family and friends gathered to support Carmen, Dave, Brittney and Christy so that they did not have to go through this alone. Carmen is also survived by her dutiful father, Thomas Juanico, her wonderful step-mom, May (the fish) Juanico, her mother, Irene Beyer-Juanico, her loving and devoted brother and sister-in-law Mark Juanico and Denise Juanico, her beautiful niece Kimmie Juanico, and her adoring nephews Joey Juanico and Brian Juanico. Carmen's humorous brother Mark, brother-in-law Stephen Holcomb, his wife Amanda Holcomb, and Carmen's best fiends, Kathy and Les Richards and their children can be counted on to spread humor and love through times ahead.

Carmen and Dave are continually thankful for the outpouring of support from local friends, their many friends throughout the Country and neighbors like Vicky and Frank Narducci, Jessica Oberbillig, Kaitlin Keirsted and their families, together with her co-workers at Tempe St. Luke Hospital.

A memorial in Carmen's honor and in celebration of her life was held at Bueler Chandler Mortuary, 14 West Hulet Drive, Chandler, AZ, Saturday, January 31, 2004. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made, in Carmen Holcomb's name, to benefit Cancer Research at the Mayo Clinics and Hospitals in Scottsdale, AZ.

Published in the Arizona Republic on 1/30/2004 http://obits.arizonagravestones.org/view.php?id=52499

Debora Dees Garza

Passed away December 20, 2008

Annette Alvers

Passed away June 11, 1998