Presenting the GFSS Class of 1976

Members of the Grand Forks Secondary School Grad Class of 1976 held their 40th class reunion earlier this month.

Presenting the GFSS Graduating Class of 1976.

Grand Forks Secondary School’s 1976 graduating class held its 40th class reunion on July 2, hosted by Marlene and Marty Thomas. Classmates arrived from all over B.C., Alberta, Washington and California. Lots of laughter was shared by all.

Back row, from left:

Jim Zwick, Harold McCaffrey and Dave Anderson;

Middle row, from left:

Rob Onions, Dan Poznikoff, Paul Boscariol, Mike Ogloff, Dave Hardwicke, John Zibin, Ed Thomas, Ken Schroeder, Marty Thomas, Ted Dergousoff, Bruce Garrett, Rob Tesolin, Randy Winter, Steve Dale, Greg Starchuk, Steve Cochrane, Robin Beliveau and Tim Adrian.

Front row, from left:

Suzanne Lodder, Gail Nielson, Karolynn Jackson, Janice Strukoff, Bonnie Demosky, Dottie Demosky, Janice Talarico, Dora Federico, May Chevaldave, Edie Peder, Wendy McConnell, Carolynn Gallagher, Rebecca Soviskov and Wendy Floyd.

 

Missing from Photo: Lloyd Boresinkoff, Tom Chevaldeaw and Sheila Lazeroff.

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