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•   Jeffrey Standal  6/16
•   Jon Herman  2/14
•   Craig Pierce  2/5
•   Kathleen McAleer (Griffith)  1/29
•   Richard Lynberg  1/19
•   Greg Ault  1/17
•   Deborah Spangle (Salas)  1/16
•   Brett Ostlind  12/7
•   Allen Peterson  8/1
•   Bonnie Kloetsch (Cameron)  8/1
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•   John Egger  2024
•   Albert "Big Al" Toutant (Teacher)  2023
•   Donald (Don) Patrick Corey  2023
•   Cliff Goss  2022
•   Kurth Gustafsen  2016
•   Jeff Watkin  2016
•   Echo Adelle Petrie (McKenzie)  1999
•   John William (Bill) Savage (Teacher)  2015
•   Robert (Bob) Endicott  2016
•   Robin Murray (Putnam)  2002
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Mead Senior High School
Class of 1973

WELCOME to OUR Mead '73 Class Website!

We're glad you're here! 

The 50th Reunion is over and a New Year is upon us!  All of the donations from the summer have given us a headstart in keeping the Mead73 website viable so that we can save and add memorabilia to the site, and allow communication between classmates (private and public). Thank you to all who've contributed to sustaining the site. We've renewed it for another year!

One additional way we can stay connected is to announce informal get-togethers for those who live in the PNW or in other regions where classmates are living near each other. Not everyone will be able to join the actual event/get-together--but we would hope to post some pictures of folks on the website for others to see. 































A message to all, from our dear classmate and friend, Kyall McGee. His request was that his message be posted as an announcement on the website, for all to see and read.  

"It has become incumbent upon me to take an exit from my life of past friends and loved ones, (for you and for me) many that have always been so dear to me. I won't go into too many details, but it seems that my days with normal cognition will be speedily waning and, without a miraculous rescue, I will soon be incapable of otherwise normal communications with anyone. As such, I would prefer that I not be remembered by that condition...(not that any remembrance of me should be so good).
For her last two years, my mother went down this same avenue, having had the same malady, (it is filial), and I will most assuredly be as she was... in a state of living that can only be expressed as sad, ugly, and also terrifying.
To those of you who are moved to pray for me, please do once you sense that it is the Lord calling you to do so.
Thank you all, I have loved you... you have been more kind to me than I ever deserved, though I fear that too many times I have fed my starving soul with your kind words and treatment. To you I can only say, "I am sorry".
I also beg for forgiveness from those who detested me for the same things. You were right when you saw through me.

Take care, carry the Lord with all your heart and He will be your reward."



Wrestling notebook: Mead set to honor longtime coach Cash Stone

Article by Madison McCord for The Spokesman-Review

Former Mead wrestling coach Cash Stone is pictured during a dual in 1993. Stone is set to be inducted into Mead’s hall of fame.  (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)

As Mead wrestling chases its third state championship in as many years, the team will take time to look back and honor the man who started the Panthers program.

Longtime Mead wrestling coach Cash Stone will be added to the school’s hall of fame during an induction ceremony on Thursday – Stone’s 89th birthday – when the Panthers host Ridgeline in a Greater Spokane League dual at 7 p.m.

Stone coached the Panthers from 1959 until his retirement in 1997. He is also a member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, Washington State Coaches Association Hall of Fame and the Inland Empire Coaches Hall of Fame.

“Cash and Ken Pelo at Rogers are the godfathers of wrestling in Spokane and they did all the hard work to get the sport to the level it is at now,” Mead Athletic Director John Barrington said. “Whoever is in charge of the program at Mead has an expectation to go above and beyond both on the mats and off them because of what coach Stone started.”

During his time in charge of the program, the Panthers won 10 individual state titles, two state team titles and 13 GSL titles.

“Coach still comes into the wrestling room a few times a year, dressed in this old Mead singlet, does some wall sits and helps (current coach Phil) McLean out with practice,” Barrington said. “I don’t know that all 90 of the kids in that room know who he is, but the top dogs do because he’s so ingrained into this team’s identity and their parents know who he is and what he means.”

Wrestling notebook: Mead set to honor longtime coach Cash Stone | The Spokesman-Review






Remember these Reunions...10, 20, 38, 40!


The photos above are from our 20th Reunion Gallery Collection.

We are also looking for 40th Reunion photos. We seem to have quite a few from the 38th Reunion, and now also from the 50th! But--few from the 40th.

Click on Contact Us. We appreciate all of those who have sent us photos!












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