In Memory
On this page we remember our classmates who have passed before us. 
They will be missed and always remembered.


Robert Leavold
January 22, 1996

Rod Johnson
May 20, 2003

Roderick Kenneth Johnson was born on October 18, 1965 and died on May 20, 2003.  Rod was thirty seven years old.
Mr. Johnson was a San Jose native who graduated from Branham High School and received his AA degree at West Valley before attending San Jose State.  He was an employee of Safeway for many years where he was assistant manager.
In 1999 Rod Johnson moved to Los Angeles where he was employed as a manager of a retail chain.
Mr. Johnson is survived by his father and step mother, Raymond and Bonte Johnson, his brother and sister, Ramon Johnson and Kimberly Mills, his step brother and step sister, Jim and Dianne Hageman, and his two nieces, Chante and Renee Mills.
Published in the San Jose Mercury News, exact date unknown.
David Castleton
April 9, 2004

G. David Castleton, Age 38, passed from this life on April 9, 2004. He was born in Sacramento. He spent most of his life in San Jose.
He is survived by his wife Anne Ososkie Castleton, son Tyler Scott Evans, parents Marilyn Johnson and Gary Castleton, step-parents Brent and Ruth, brother Daniel, sisters Amy, Laura, Denise, Heidi, Melissa, Rachael, and Debbie, brothers-in-law Mike, David, Uwe, Anthony, and Jerry, adoring nieces and nephews: Karen, Jenny, Davey, Persephone, Jakob, Adam, Maya, Ashley, and Avery, grandparents Don & Marie Call and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
Viewing is at LIMA FAMILY MORTUARY, Sunnyvale Tuesday, April 13, 2004, 2 - 9 p.m.
Funeral Mass celebrated Wednesday, April 14, 2004 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Simon Church in Los Altos. Interment will follow at Gate of Heaven Cemetery.
Published in the San Jose Mercury News on 4/13/2004.
Rhett Whitchurch
October 7, 2010

Earl White
Date Unkown - if you have more info please use the contact info at the bottom of the page

Julie Sorensen-Reddig
January 1, 2020

Christine Pauley (Dykema)
January 18, 2022

Chris passed away peacefully at home at age 55 with her beloved husband holding her hand and her favorite mule and horse within sight.  She had a six year battle with Melanoma.  Five of those years she lived her life to the fullest enjoying her friends, work and her lifelong passion of riding horses.  In her final year she continued to ride as much as possible while fighting through Immunotherapy and four clinical trials.  In the end she chose her final day and left this world the way she wanted, it was beautiful.  She is survived by her loving husband, Ken Pauley and many loving animals.

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