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EPSILON LAMBDA CHAPTER
ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
Area XIV
California State
2017-2018
DELTA KAPPA GAMMA SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL
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PURPOSES
1. To unite women educators of the world in a genuine spiritual fellowship.
2. To honor women who have given or who evidence potential for distinctive service in
any field of education.
3. To advance the professional interest and position of women in education.
4. To initiate, endorse, and support desirable legislation or other suitable endeavor in
the interests of education and of women educators.
5. To endow scholarships to aid outstanding women educators in pursuing graduate
study, and to grant fellowships to women educators from other countries.
6. To stimulate the personal and professional growth of members, and to encourage
their participation in appropriate programs of action.
7. To inform the members of current economic, social, political, and educational issues
so that they may participate effectively in a world society.
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2016-2018
DKG California State Organization
Executive Board Website:
www.chistateca.org
Biennial Theme for 2017-2018: Building Your Voice with DKG
President
Julie Drysdale
chistatepresident@gmail.com
1
st
Vice President
Sue Noyes
chistate.1vp@gmail.com
2
nd
Vice President &
Director Coordinator
Toni Cook
Recording Secretary
Kathlan Latimer
chistate.record@gmail.com
Corresponding Secretary
Bette Caldwell
chistate.corres@gmail.com
Treasurer
Ellen Owens
chistate.treasurer@gmail.com
Parliamentarian
Stacey Chicoine
Executive Secretary
Kathy O’Leary
Immediate Past President
Janis Barr
chistate.pastpres@gmail.com
California State Education Center
808 University Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95825-6723
1 (800) 669-8271
Legislative Hotline (916) 922-5912
CHI State Membership & Necrology
Bobbie Yates
2078 Tustin Ave.
Newport Beach, CA 92660-3668
949 548-1589
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Area XIV Officers
2017-2018
Director:
Kathy Wanachek
9851 Villa Pacific
Huntington Beach, Ca 92646
directorareaxivdkg@gmail.com
714-964-3031 or 714-3927498
Treasurer:
Sue Copsey
1586 N. Wardman Dr, CA Brea 92821
714 255-9956
tscopsey@gmail.com
Secretary:
Sharon Perlmuter
19 Hickory, Irvine 92614
949-786-2810
sharo773@aol.com
Membership:
Bobbie Yates
2078 Tustin Ave, Newport Beach, CA 92660
949 548-1589
bobbiejyates@gmail.com
Legislative:
Patricia Highfill
438 Wooden Dr, Placentia, CA 92870
714 993-2292
phighfill2@me.com
Communications:
Susan Kilpatrick
469 Dover Circle, Brea 92821
714 529-0430
skilpatrick2000@sbcglobal.net
Education
Excellence/Program
Cathey Ryder
19882 Felcliff Lane, Huntington Beach 92646
714-470-1353
the4ryders@gmail.com
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AREA XIV PRESIDENTS
2016-2018 CHAPTERS
RHO
DELTA TAU
Kathleen Ralph
Kathleen Pompey
320 Winding Lane
12113 Parise Drive
Brea, CA 92821
Whittier, CA 90604
h:714-529-7580 c:714-851-5873
310-710-7627
kralph@whittier.edu
kpompey@whittier.edu
ALPHA GAMMA
EPSILON LAMBDA
Carol Cognito
Dee Harmon
4472 Birchwood Ave.
1620 Glenview 75 D
Seal Beach, CA 90740-3111
Seal Beach, CA 90740
h:562-430-1716 c:562-896-6882
714 771-0273
clcognito@mac.com
bdeeharmon@hotmail.com
BETA PHI
EPSILON OMICRON
Elaine Cordes
Becky Cameron
165 West Yale Loop
1131 Windsor Lane
Irvine, CA 92604
Tustin, CA 92780
949-857-5533
714-544-4932
ecordesca@aol.com
bcame59810@aol.com
Charlene Harris
Lynn Records
2381 Willows Apt. 220
1542 Amberwood Dr.
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
Santa Ana, CA 92705
949-660-5741
h:714-544-6151
c:714-357-0353
ced447476@gmail.com
lerecords@sbcglobal.net
DELTA SIGMA
GAMMA EPSILON
Vickie Roy
Mary Ellen Hicks
16339 Prudencia Dr.
5405 Brae Burn Place
Whittier, CA 90603
Buena Park, CA 90621
562-743-1113
714-739-2183
vickielynnroy@yahoo.com
mehicks8711@yahoo.com
Kathy Barnett
2839 E. Pacific Court
Brea, CA 92821
714-883-2974
Kathy.Bar46@gmail.com
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Area XIV Meeting Dates 2017 – 2018
Date
Time
Location
August 26, 2017
8:30 A.M.
Mimi’s Restaurant
October 14, 2017
8:30 A.M.
Mimi’s Restaurant
January 27, 2018
8:30 A.M.
Mimi’s Restaurant
February 24, 2018
TBA
Area Conference-Mile Square Park
May 4-6, 2018
TBA
DKG California State Convention,
Irvine Marriott
June 2, 2018
8:30 A.M.
Mimi’s Restaurant
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MISSION STATEMENT
The Delta Kappa Gamma Society international promotes
professional and personal growth of women educators
and excellence in education.
VISION STATEMENT
Leading Women Educators Impacting Education Worldwide
EPSILON LAMBDA CHAPTER
OFFICERS 2016-2018
President
Dee Harmon
Co-First Vice President
Pam Kiwerski
Sharri Spurlock
Second Vice President
Gay Thompkins
Recording Secretary
Sandra Jefferson
Corresponding Secretary
Debby Foster
Treasurer
Ginny Gardner
Parliamentarian
Dorothy Ver Wys-
Adamson
Immediate Past President
Judy Michel
CHARTER MEMBERS
DECEMBER 7, 1959
Jacklynn Cuppy
June Curtiss
Grace De Rubens
Katherine Duke
Grace Finefrock Heisterberg
Joan Lewis
Alfreda Hull
Betty Goslin
Rochelle Lubin
Ruth Nordstrom
Carman Sandoz
Arla Delle Smith
Frances Sturgis
Helen Thompson
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Delta Kappa Gamma Society International
EPSILON LAMBDA PAST PRESIDENTS
Mrs. Carmen Sanchez* 1959-1962
Mrs. Grace De Rubens 1962-1964
Mrs. Thalia Larson 1964-1966
Mrs. Marian Lemon* 1966-1968
Dr. Genevieve Stack 1968-1970
Mrs. Helen Beasley 1970-1972
Dr. Betts Rivet 1972-1974
Mrs. Corinne Kozell Blair* 1974-1976
Mrs. Delores Ashley 1976-1978
Mrs. Adelaide Kirlan* 1978-1980
Mrs. Elaine Hawkey 1980-1982
Mrs. Dorothy Ver Wys 1982-1984
Miss Sylvia Vrattos* 1984-1986
Mrs. Juanita Johnson* 1986-1988
Mrs. Dani Mead 1988-1990
Mrs. Corinne Kozell Blair* 1990-1992
Mrs. Arlene Fienberg 1992-1994
Mrs. Donna Jean Delsandro 1994-1996
Mrs. Marydel Harman* 1996-1998
Mrs. Dani Mead 1998-2000
Mrs. Jane Norgren* 2000-2002
Mrs. Marydel Harman* 2002-2004
Mrs. Dee Harmon 2004-2008
Mrs. Gay Thompkins 2008-2010
Mrs. Linda Oliver 2008-2010
Mrs. Linda Crawford 2010-2012
Mrs. Jan Manley 2012-2014
Mrs. Sue Stewart 2012-2014
Mrs. Judy Michel 2014-2016
*Deceased
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EPSILON LAMBDA
Chapter Meeting Dates
2017-2018
Date
Time
Purpose/Location
Thursday
August 24, 2017
6:00 P.M.
Bunco Fundraiser Snacks
Sue Stewart’s Home
Tuesday
September 12, 2017
5:00 P.M.
Business Meeting and Social Fun
Coco’s Newport Ave, Tustin
Thursday
October 19, 2017
3:00-5:30
6:00 P.M.
Craft Night for Operation Christmas Child
17
th
Street Grill, Tustin
Monday
November 13, 2017
5:00 P.M.
Acupuncture Education Potluck
Sharon Lyle’s Home
December 2017
TBA
12/2/17 PiecemakersTour, Craft Faire,
Lunch
12/6 – 12/17 Christmas Program w/
Hand Bell Choir – Trinity Church,
Tustin
GEM Theater – Holiday Gem
Tuesday
January 9, 2018
4:30 P.M.
Bunco Potluck
Ginny Gardner’s Home
Wednesday
Feb 7, 14, 21, 28
4:15 P.M.
5:00 P.M.
Museum
Fundraiser: Ruby’s in Orange
Saturday
February 24, 2018
A.M.
Area XIV Event
Mile Square CC
March 12, 2018
5:00 P.M.
Book Club Potluck
Linda Crawford’s Home
Wednesday
April 18, 2018
5:00 P.M.
Initiation of New Members
Avila’s El Ranchito
Monday
May 21, 2018
5:00 P.M.
Installation of New Officers
Ann DeAragon’s Home
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EPSILON LAMBDA CHAPTER
STANDING COMMITTEES
2016-2018
SOCIETY BUSINESS
FINANCE
Chairman: Jennie Frank
Committee: Ginny Gardner, Judy Michel, Dorothy VerWys, Jan Manley
MEMBERSHIP
Chairman: Sharon Lyle
Co-Chairman:
COMMUNICATIONS/PUBLICATIONS
Chairman: Linda Crawford
NOMINATIONS
Co-Chairman: Judy Michel
Co-Chairman:
SOCIETY MISSION AND PURPOSES
SCHOLARSHIPS, AWARDS & RECRUITMENT GRANTS
Chairman: Linda Oliver
Co-Chairman: Debby Foster, Shari Spurlock, Sharon Lyle
HOSPITALITY
Chairman:
EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE
Chairman:
PROFESSIONAL AFFAIRS:
Co-Chairman:
Co-Chairman:
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RESEARCH/GLOBAL AWARENESS:
(World Fellowship Liaison)
Chairman: Mercedes Shores
MUSIC, ARTS & CEREMONIALS:
Co-Chairman: Donna Jean Delsandro
Co-Chairman:
Historian
Chairman: Pauline Cole
SPECIAL COMMITTEES
READ ALOUD PROJECT
Chairman:
WOMEN’S HISTORY DRAMAS
Chairman: Jean Thompson
LIFE FOUNDATION
Liason:
PARLIAMENTARIAN
Dorothy VerWys- Adamson
DELTA KAPPA GAMMA SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL
California STATE—Area XIV
EPSILON LAMBDA CHAPTER RULES
Adopted September, 2014
ARTICLE I
NAME
The name of this chapter shall be Epsilon Lambda Chapter of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society
International, California State, Area XIV. Epsilon Lambda Chapter was chartered in Orange County,
California on December 7, 1959.
ARTICLE II
PURPOSE AND MISSION STATEMENT
Epsilon Lambda Chapter shall be dedicated to fulfilling the seven Purposes of The Delta Kappa
Gamma Society International/California State Organization. Epsilon Lambda Chapter shall be
dedicated to fulfilling the Society Mission Statement, which is to promote professional and personal
growth of women educators and excellent
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ARTICLE III
MEMBERSHIP
Membership is in accordance with the Constitution, Article III and the International Standing Rules,
Section 3. The chapter has full authority for the administration of membership.
A. Election procedures are time scheduled. Candidatesnames are presented in January or
February. All members may recommend candidates for membership. No recommendation
will be accepted at the time voting is taking place.
B. Prospective members are voted on at a chapter meeting in February or March. Each
proposed member is to be voted on by the members present. Only those who receive a
majority of the ballots cast are elected to membership.
C. The president mails an invitation to each candidate.
D. An Orientation social, given by the executive board, is held in March.
E. The Ceremonial Committee plans the initiation.
ARTICLE IV
FINANCES
Financial matters are in accordance with the Constitution, International Standing Rules, and the
California State bylaws.
A. Dues and Assessments
1. Chapter dues shall be determined annually by the Executive Board prior to the
September meeting.
2. Chapter assessments shall be determined as needed by chapter vote at a regular
chapter meeting.
3. Annual chapter, state and international dues and fees shall be collected by the
chapter treasurer at the September and October meetings. International and State
allotments are forwarded through the appropriate channels.
B. Budget
1. The budget is developed by the treasurer and the Finance Committee. The Finance
Committee is composed of three or four chapter members. The chapter approves
the annual budget at the September meeting.
2. An audit of the chapter is conducted annually.
C. Meeting Expenses
1. Members are encouraged to submit bills to the chapter treasurer for all expenses.
D. Chapter President
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1. For the chapter president (or her appointed delegate) attending her bienniumChi State
convention, the chapter will pay transportation, registration, one-half of the hotel room costs
for two nights, and convention meal functions.
2. For the president-elect or chapter officer appointed by the President, the chapter will pay
transportation, registration, one-half of the hotel room costs for two nights, and convention
meal functions.
3. During the chapter president’s biennium, the chapter will pay the registration fee and
$300.00 toward expenses for her to attend either the regional or the International
convention. There is no delegation of this provision.
4. The chapter president’s pin will be presented to her by the chapter at the time of her
installation as the elected president of the chapter. It is the responsibility of the immediate
past president to remind the chapter treasurer to order the pin so that it can be presented to
the president by that date.
E. Study Stipends
For any area meeting, state convention, regional or international convention held outside
Orange County, the chapter will pay the registration fee for any member attending. For those
events held in Orange County, the chapter will pay one-half the registration fee.
F. Courtesy
1. At the retirement of a member, the chapter will present a Chi State memento to her.
2. In the event of the hospitalization of a member, the chapter will send a card.
3. At the death of a member, the chapter will honor that member by making a
contribution of $50.00 to a Chi State fund and, if possible, present a red rose and a
white rose at the memorial of the member, red for the organization of Delta Kappa
Gamma and white as a remembrance of our sister.
4. At the death of a member’s husband, parent, child or member of the immediate
household, the Chapter will send a card of condolence.
G. Awards
1. The chapter will present one or more recruitment grants annually, when funds and
qualified candidates are available. The amount to be determined by the Finance
Committee with the membership approval.
2. A donation of one dollar per member from the chapter treasury will be made annually
to World Fellowship.
Article V
Organization
Epsilon Lambda Chapter shall govern the conduct of its business in a manner consistent with the
Constitution, International Standings Rules, California State Bylaws, The California State Standing
Rules and the Epsilon Lambda Chapter Rules. The Chapter is a member of California State and Area
XIV.
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Article VI
Officers and Related Personnel
The officers of Epsilon Lambda Chapter, with two exceptions, are elected by the membership from a
slate of proposed officers prepared by the Nominating Committee.
The two exceptions are the treasurer and parliamentarian who are appointed by the president with
approval of the executive board. Officers of Epsilon Lambda Chapter will serve on the executive
board. Their duties are:
A. President - Will preside at all chapter and executive Board meetings; appoint standing
committees; fill vacancies in office; with consent of executive board, may take action on
matters that cannot be deferred; with the treasurer, will execute authorized legal documents
for the chapter; represent Epsilon Lambda Chapter at Area XIV meetings, state, regional
and international conferences and conventions; will be presented her president’s pin by the
past president at the beginning of her biennium.
B. 1
st
Vice President – Will assume her responsibilities and serve as presiding officer in the
absence of the president; will plan and organize programs for the monthly meetings.
C. 2
nd
Vice-President- Will serve as presiding officer in the absence of the president; will
prepare the chapter handbook.
D. Recording Secretary – Will keep minutes of each chapter and executive board meeting and
furnish the president with a copy of each proceeding; will present minutes of the prior
meeting at each chapter and executive board meeting for approval. She will record in the
minutes any resignations.
E. Corresponding Secretary – Will attend to any communication for the chapter that may be
assigned by the president.
F. Treasurer – Will be responsible for reporting receipts and expenditures of chapter funds at
each meeting; will handle accounting and insurance; will submit accounts for annual
auditing; will order the official jewelry.
G. Parliamentarian – Will advise the president of correct parliamentary procedure as needed.
H. Immediate Past President - Will serve as a resource to the chapter.
Article VII
Executive Board
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The duties of the executive board are to meet at least twice annually. The board may meet at other
times upon the call of the president. A quorum shall be a majority of the voting members of the board.
Article VIII
Committees
A. Society Business
1. Finance – Will assist treasurer in developing budget, collecting dues and fees, and
conducting annual audit.
2. Membership – Will recruit new members and conduct orientation; file necrology report
and maintain membership records.
3. Communications/Publications – Will produce the chapter newsletter, handle publicity
and social media.
4. Nominations – Will propose a slate of new officers and will conduct elections in even
years; will have a committee of at least three members. One member should be serving
a second term to preserve continuity. One member should be a past president. The
current president should not be a member.
B. Society Mission and Purposes
1. Educational Excellence
a. Global Awareness (World Fellowship Liaison) – Will research current issues and
evaluate projects. Will inform members about World Fellowship, Schools for
Africa, and Early Career Educators Project.
b. Professional Affairs Will be responsible for updating members on legislative
matters.
c. Music and Ceremonials – Will conduct initiation of new members installation of
officers and recommitment of members. Will encourage the arts and music at
meetings.
d. Historian – Will maintain the chapter scrapbooks through pictures and articles.
e. Scholarships, Awards and Recruitment Grants – Will present recruitment grant
annually when funds and qualified candidates are available. Coordinate
recommendations for recognition awards. Inform members of monetary awards
available from DKG.
f. Hospitality – Will receive RSVP for meetings, greet members and guests, room
set up at meetings, name tags, book signed by every member.
C. Special Committees/Projects
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a. Fund Raisers – Will coordinate special activities to raise money for recruitment
grant(s) and other chapter purposes. Ad Hoc Committees will be formed as
necessary.
Article IX
Activities
Chapter meetings will be held seven times yearly subject to executive board approval.
A quorum will be the majority of the members present at the meeting.
A chapter newsletter compiled by the newsletter editor and members will be e-mailed monthly
announcing pertinent news items. A flyer will be e-mailed at the same time describing the next
chapter meeting. Hard copies will be mailed as necessary.
ARTICLE X
FUNDS
A. The treasurer is responsible for all funds and makes monthly reports to the members and
executive board during each meeting.
B. The president’s and treasurer’s signatures are required on all written checks. The chapter bank
accounts are with the Schools First Federal Credit Union
C. The scholarship/recruitment grant funds from the fund raisers are deposited into the above
bank accounts until needed.
D. Any money submitted to the treasurer must show written documentation.
ARTICLE XI
AMENDMENTS
A. All chapter rules are binding on the chapter.
B. An Ad Hoc Committee appointed by the president shall review he rules and recommend
additions or changes.
C. All members will be notified when changes in the chapter rules need to be made. These
changes will be discussed and voted on at a chapter meeting. Two-thirds vote of the members
attending the chapter meeting will amend chapter rules.
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SHOWCASE OF STARS
Every other year Area XIV honors those
members who exemplify the purposes of the
Delta Kappa Gamma Society International.
Congratulations to the following recipients.
1997
Dorothy Ver Wys
2001
Marydel Harman
2003
Marian Lemon
2005
Lee Lou Sell
2007
Jane Norgren
2009
Dee Harmon
2011
Judy Michel
2013
Sue Steward
2015
Linda Crawford
2017
Linda Oliver
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Picture by Q Thomas Bowe
In Our Hearts
We thought of you with love today,
But that is nothing new,
We thought about you yesterday,
And the days before that too,
We think of you in silence,
We often speak your name,
Now all we have is memories,
And your picture in a frame,
Your memory is our keepsake,
With which we’ll never part,
God has you in his keeping,
We have you in our heart.
Rose de Leon
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EPSILON LAMBDA CHAPTER
In Memoriam
Doris Regnier
March 16, 1964
Carmen Sandoz
March 27, 1973
Aletha Macy
July 16, 1975
Ethel-Ann Fengler
July 20, 1975
Dorothy Peal
May 15, 1977
Adelaide Kirlan
October 23, 1988
Francis Bello-
Birdick
November 27, 1988
Margary Ernst
October 1, 1989
Francis Baker
March 12, 1996
Corinne Kozell
Blair
May 29, 1996
Mary Kay Scholler
August 23, 199
Sylvia Vrattos
March 1998
Rose Browne
October 21, 2001
Jeanne Tillman
November 13, 2003
Helen Beasley
Rochelle Lubin
June 24, 2007
Marydel Harman
March 14, 2008
Trudy Chatham
February 7, 2009
Marian Lemon
Jane Norgren
July 17, 2010
September 26, 2016
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The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International
EPSILON LAMBDA CHAPTER
Member Directory
MBR: 2017
Barrientos, Maria
TEL: 562-305-9906
419 Daisy Ave.
Long Beach, CA 90802
BDAY: October 17
Email: MARYMOECAT@gmail.com
MBR 2011
CALDARELLI, Eileen
TEL: 949 552-7458
Cell: 714 504-4164
5 Sweet Clover, Irvine, CA 92604
BDAY: May 25
Retired
e-mail: MSEC5SW@aol.com
MBR 2007
CHRISTENSEN, Alicia
TEL: 714 809-8962
940 S. Pepper St, Anaheim, CA 92802
Retired SAUSD
BDAY: Feb 15
e-mail: alicia.christensen@gmail.com
MBR 2002
COLE, Mrs. Pauline (William)
TEL: 714 655-2743
Cell: 714 785-7017
50 Visionary, Irvine, CA 92618-1108
Retried SAUSD
BDAY: May 29
Colpol2000@Yahoo.com
MBR 2003
CRAWFORD, Mrs. Linda (David)
TEL: 714 538-7456
1229 E. Carleton Ave, Orange, CA 92867
Retired FVSD
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BDAY: Sept 20
Email: linda1crawford@yahoo.com
MBR: 1974
Delsandro, Mrs. Donna Jean (Frank)
Tel: 714 322-7252
13471 Heather Circle Garden Grove, CA. 92840
Retired: SAUSD
BDAY: June 3
Email: djfmdel@aol.com
MBR: 2017
DeAragon, Ann
Tel: 714 974-8081
Cell: 714 615-5075
929 E Chestnut, Orange, CA 92867
Retired: SAUSD
BDAY: Feb. 27
Email:
MBR 2005
FOSTER, Ms. Debby (Al)
TEL: 714 639-6420
Cell: 714 883-7319
4633-5 Via La Paloma, Orange, CA 92869
Retired SAUSD
BDAY: Jan 29
E-mail: deborah.foster10@gmail.com
MBR 2007
FRANK, Jennie (Ted)
TEL: 714 961-8904
Cell:714 785-5233 Talk & Text
17341 Orange Dr, Yorba Linda, CA 92886
2nd Grade Loara Elementary ACSD
BDAY: May 22
E-mail: jldfrank@gmail.com
MBR 2011
GARDNER, Mrs. Ginny (Bob)
TEL: 714 772-0577
Cell: 714 318-8692
2532 E. Jamison St, Anaheim, CA 92806
Retired ACSD
BDAY: Oct. 29
e-mail: ginnygardner340@gmail.com
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MBR 1998
HARMON, Mrs. Dee (Brian)
TEL: 714 771-0273
1620 Glenview 75D,
Seal Beach, CA 90740
Retired SAUSD
BDAY: Feb 21
E-mail: bdeeharmon@hotmail.com
MBR 2007
HURTADO, Mrs. Diana Yoon
TEL: 949-709-0865
Cell: 949-444-1072
18920 Canyon Summit, Trabuco Canyon, CA 92679
Retired: ACSD
BDAY: Feb. 5
MBR 2015
Email:
JEFFERSON, Ms. Sandra
TEL: 714 991-3247
Cell: 714 747-2024 (talk and text)
2027 W. Clearbrook Ln, Anaheim, CA 92804
Retired: ACSD
BDAY: Dec. 31
E-mail: flygir23@aol.com
MBR 1991
KIRN, Mrs. Carolyn
TEL: 714-776-4385
283 N. Spruce Dr, Anaheim, CA 92805
Retired ACSD
BDAY: Jun 16
E-mail: kirn283@gmail.com
MBR 2006
KIWERSKI, Mrs. Pam (Dave)
TEL: 714-835-3839
2102 N. Richmond, Santa Ana, CA 92705
Retired SAUSD
BDAY: Aug 24
E-mail: 4pam2roll@sbcglobal.net
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MBR: 2017
Lopez, Molly
TEL: 951 352-4342
Cell: 909-518-4368
3464 Revere Rd.
Riverside, CA 92503
Retired: SAUSD
BDAY: May 23
Email: dodgersgirl1@yahoo.com
MBR 2010
LYLE, Mrs. Sharon
TEL: 714 573-0495
Cell: 714 366-5801
13652 Jenet Cr, Santa Ana, CA 92705
Retired: ACSD
BDAY: Sept 2
Email: skylyle1@aol.com
MBR 2004
Manley, Janis (Mike)
TEL: 714 282-1172
Cell: 714 234-5693
8100 E Kennedy Rd. Anaheim, CA 92808
Retired: OUSD
BDAY: May 12
Email: janismanley@sbcglobal.net
MBR: 2004
MCGINNIS, Mrs. Diane (John)
411 West Seaside Way #1902, Long Beach, CA 90802
Retired: ACSD
BDAY: Oct. 26
Email: diannemcginnis@gmail.com
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MBR:2006
MICHEL, Judy (Herb)
TEL: 714 936-9330
2433 N. Park Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92706
Retired: ACSD
BDAY: Jan 10
Email: jmichel.el14@gmail.com
MBR: 2017
Nichols, Barbara
TEL: 714 524-8838
Cell: 714 745-9697
330 Fleming Ave., Placentia, CA 90870
BDAY: July 10
Email: Barbjnic@aol.com
MBR: 2000
OLIVER, Mrs. Linda (Jim)
TEL: 951 808-0766
Cell: 714 785-5270
4192 Anise Cr., Corona, CA 92883
Retired ACSD (AESD)
BDAY: Aug 4
E-mail: oliverlindalee@gmail.com
MBR 2007
PALUMBO, Mrs. Viva
TEL: 714 539-0490
11661 Poes St, Anaheim, CA 92804
Retired: SAUSD
BDAY: Sept 24
E-mail: redfireviva@yahoo.com
MBR 1997 Reserved Member
RENNICK, Mrs, Patricia (Steve)
500 Seawall Blvd. Unit 1404
Galveston, TX 77550
Retired
BDAY: Aug 8
E-mail: gritsgirl2@aol.com
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MBR 1968
RIVET, Betts (PH.D)
TEL: 714 771-5153
Cell: 714 833-0773
676 N. Elmwood St, Orange, CA 92867
Retired SAUSD
BDAY: Dec 21
E-mail: usabetts@yahoo.com
MBR 1997
SELL, Ms. Lee Lou
TEL: 714 639-7825
Cell: 714 306-1611 (talk only)
424 N. Citrus, Orange, CA 92868
Retired ACSD (AESD)
BDAY: Feb 24
E-mail: leelousell@aol.com
MBR 1983
SHELLY, Mrs. Shirley J. (William)
TEL: 714 484-7650
9912 Del Rio Way, Cypress, CA 90630
Retired
BDAY: Feb 12
E-mail: shirleyshelly@gmail.com
MBR 2009
SHORES, Mercedes
TEL: 714840-3008
17171 Roundhill Dr, Huntington Beach, CA 92649
Retired
BDAY May 8
E-mail: MShores@socal.rr.com
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MBR: 2015
SPURLOCK, Sharri (Tom)
TEL: 949 331- 5706
4042 Blackfin, Irvine, CA 92620
Retired BDAY: June 3
E-mail: tom-sharri@sbcglobal.net
MBR 2003
STEWART, Mrs. Sue (Jim)
TEL: 714 836-9031
Cell: 714 313-8673
529 W. Santa Clara Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92706
Retired: OUSD
BDAY: Mar 24
E-mail: jimandsuestewart@roadrunner.com
MBR 2002
THOMPKINS, Ms. Gay
TEL: 714 999-0868
Cell: 714 745-1862
370 S. Gilbuck Dr, Anaheim, CA 92802
4/5 GATE, Price School AESD
BDAY: May 17
E-mail: gaythompkins@att.net
MBR: 2009
Thompson, Ms. Jean (Lance Hailstone)
TEL: 714 546-3112
Cell: 949 278-4736 (Talk and Text)
1102 El Camino Drive, Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Retired: ACSD
BDAY: Sept. 5
Email: jean_thompson08@sbcglobal.net
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MBR 1978
VER WYS, Mrs. Dorothy-Adamson
TEL: 714 994-4186
5105 Fairview Cr, Buena Park CA 90621
Retired; ACSD
DBAY: Sept 3
E-mail: go4par@roadrunner.com
MBR 2009
WESCOTT, Jane
TEL: 714 846-3745
Cell: 714 501-0742
16072 Jereva Cr, Huntington Beach, CA 92647
BDAY: July 6
E-mail: JaneCalister@hotmail.com