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•   Brenda Brown  6/23
•   Nora McGee (McGee)  6/13
•   Arnie Kvarnberg  6/3
•   Charles Busteed  6/3
•   Debra Dickhaut (Moline)  6/3
•   Eric Solem  5/31
•   Kristi Merrill (Anderton)  5/30
•   Darlene Syvertsen  5/24
•   E Husa (Husa)  5/17
•   Diana McPhee (Wanichek)  5/13
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•   Melissa Stone (Holmes)  7/2
•   Cynthia (Cindy) Gyger  7/4
•   Bob Jensen  7/4
•   Linda Kilmer  7/14
•   Jo Ann Ernst (Eaton)  7/17
•   Jon Magnusson  7/18
•   John Huffine  7/22
•   Cissy Leask (Leask)  7/22
•   Sue Bushnell (Lidston)  7/27
•   Daniel Hanson  7/27
•   Carolyn Rodger (Stegall)  7/27

Welcome to the

Ingraham High School 

Class of 1971

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. Classmates on the website are prioritized to receive information FIRST. 

  • 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. We have made a decision to quit looking for 'lost classmates' after the 50th. 

  • 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 at





















Celebration of our lives - Ingraham 50-year High School Reunion

How Seattle and the World changed:

  • The town where we grew up changed from a Boeing, fishing, and logging town to a world class city.
  • Since high school Seattle has become a true urban city—our city has changed music, transportation, medical/life science, the way we communicate and the way we transact. Seattle has changed the world. Yay-Seattle!
  • We grew up in an amazing place and it was a unique time at Ingraham.


What else has changed:

We interact differently:

  • Computers
  • Mobile phones - who has a rotary dial, landline phone?
  • Hey, where are all the station wagons?
  • Glad I held on to my record albums.
  • And my answering and fax machines-where are they?
  • Will someone write a letter? Texting?
  • Where is the milkman?
  • Selfies.
  • Life expectancy is almost ten years more than when we graduated from high school.


What will change in the next ten years?

More …..

  • Flying Cars
  • 3D Printing
  • Virtual Reality
  • Artificial reality
  • Robots doing work for us
  • Genomics extending our life spans


What will not change; 30+% of classmates here today will not be at the 60th High School class reunion

Why wait - let’s celebrate?!

Quotes from NY Times,,, BestLife


Purchase your ticket now. First tab on the left above. "50th Reunion"


Your Reunion Core Team,

Brenda Brown

Sue Bushnell Lidston

Dan Hanson

Anne Hoffman Proffitt

Randy Hughes



Contact us:




Hello Rams! 

We need help in four areas:

  1. We need help finding classmates on the Lost List.
  2. We are looking for a photographer to take 1) candid photos and 2) grade school and junior high group photos during the evening of August 27th.
  3. We need people for the greeter table on August 27th.
  4. We need people for specific short-term committees. It will be fun! 

Thank you! 

Please reach out to Anne at either or 206-849-2777.


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Your Reunion Core Team,

Brenda Brown

Sue Bushnell Lidston

Dan Hanson

Anne Hoffman Proffitt

Randy Hughes


Contact us:



You can donate all year long! We'll use the donations for the 50th, future Class Parties or to aid Classmates who need assistance with the ticket price! Please use the link on the left navigation pane or send a check made payable to "Ingraham Class of 1971" to:

Anne Proffitt, 1900 Shore Ave, Freeland, WA 98249