Lost Friends Arroyo Grande High Lost Friends

You can use the lost friends forum to post the name and a message for an old friend from AGHS in Arroyo Grande, CA. Hopefully, they will find this page and contact you.

Messages

where r u

Jerry Michael

For all the things you did for me... A true friend. I hope to hear from you. Will try to contact your parents. Love you

Denise Kemmerly

e-mail....dmelectricalservice@hotmail.com

Doug Myers

I'm tryin to find out whatever happened to Holly Edwards...Hit me up! gheffe@yahoo.com

Greg Gonzales

heyaa zac!!

Anonymous

I'm looking for Jan Gallo. Last I heard she was living in Morro Bay. If anyone has any information on her please send me an e-mail at linda.lindsay4050@yahoo.com

Linda Knight

hi

Anonymous

How are you,email me !!! kingkoopa6@gmail.com

Anonymous

It has been years and starting to wonder where the old friends have gone. We had a few good and bad times together.

Rick Walters

Tom. Call me 805-709-1083 Jesse Lopez

Jesse Lopez

are you Larry's sister

Bob McCulley

where are you?

Anonymous

Hey Beckey been looking for you for ever hope i find you soon. Tina

Tina Yracheta

Hey, Big Kev! What's up? Microwave any dice lately?

Christopher Sutler

hey... last i heard you were in Yuba City. Where in the world are you?

Bernadette Guimarin

I'm looking for my father Felix Rangel. My mother called him Junie. PLEASE CALL ME WITH INFO 661 208 2461.

Genevieve Antunez

Hope ypu remember me??? Im back in Cali after living in Texas and other places. Contact me I married Chris Corley in Jan of this year.

Joe Cradduck

Bill, I've been trying to find you for years. My e-mail is: mgmlb@hotmail.com This is Jerry Mosley. If you read this e-mail me. Also any other of my friends from that era.

Jerry Mosley

You were the only lady in my Horticulture class and were a real beacon of Christian character. I started following Christ years ago with the passion expected in Mark 12:30. I just wanted to chat with you to thank you for your impact in my life in those "formative years". Most of the students gave Mr. McSparron grief and were reasonably delinquent. You advocated kindliness, honor, and respect. Best wishes. terenceirvine@gmail.com

Terence Irvine

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