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•   Karl Kirker (Kirker)  9/4
•   Gail Sullivan (Bertran)  9/4
•   Barbara Bowman (Bock)  8/18
•   George Brediger  8/13
•   Chris Maple  8/12
•   John Axelson  8/12
•   Jan Carey (Horman)  8/12
•   Charlene Johnson (Johnson)  8/12
•   Robert Youngs  6/15
•   Cissy Leask (Leask)  4/15
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•   Robert Mottley  9/27
•   Bob French  9/29
•   Donald Samuelson  10/16

Welcome to the new 

Ingraham High School 

Class of 1971 


We have purchased this new domain name:


What you'll see:

  • Classmate profiles are created when you add your contact information. You have choices about how much information to include and privacy. *Please* include your email address and mailing address. We use that to contact you about Reunions and Class Parties. It reduces class costs to be able to email you through this site.
  • Your data is not shared with anyone.
  • The site considers classmates "missing" until a profile is created/contact information is entered. The classmates that we really can't find are listed on the "We're Out of Touch" tab to the left. We have been trying to locate many of these classmates since the 30 year reunion or earlier. 
  • Please read the "First Time Visitors" information.
  • Deceased classmate information has been added, by year. If you have information about additional deceased classmates, please contact us.

What's New?

  • Class Party 2019 on Saturday, October 12, 2019 at Shelter Lounge, Ballard, from 2-6PM. 
  • Casual, no-host bar.
  • Parking on street or in pay lots.
  • Tickets $25.00 includes venue, unlimited appetizers, games, all non-alcoholic drinks, s'mores, music "Ride Captain Ride" playlist. Payment:
    • via credit card on this site - link top row, far right
    • send check, made payable to "Ingraham Class of 1971", to Anne Proffitt at 1900 Shore Avenue, Freeland, WA 98249
    • questions:, 206-849-2777
  • We're looking for people to help with:
    • balloons
    • nametags
    • create a donation jar
    • create a paper survey for the 50th


  • Yes, there will be a 50th Reunion. Survery responses are split between formal and casual. A formal party would be more expensive. A casual party might feel less meaningful. Please submit your survey and help us determine the best direction.