Welcome to the Highland Class Of 1961 web site. Our 50th Reunion was held June 3-4, 2011 at Sandia Resort in Albuquerque. If you missed it, please know that we tried to find you and missed you.
Even though our Reunion has passed, we are keeping this website alive.
To all classmates: Please enter your contact information in this site. You may upload photos, send emails, enter the message forums, and live chat with classmates who are online. To upload photos from the 50th Reunion, go to General Photos, then select 50th Reunion Photos.
Download Yearbook: Download a special HHS Class of 61 Seniors Yearbook at www.epstar.com/yearbook/yearbook.pdf
Your Highland61 Reunion Committee
Kay Gilkerson Brown
Kay Marchant Rhoades
Kathy Riley Nunn
YOUNG - Robert "Bob" Young, 67, a resident of Albuquerque for more than 60 years, died Thursday, November 11, 2010, surrounded by his family. He was born in Jacksonville, Florida, and came to New Mexico with his family as a child. He was a devoted Husband, Father of three and Grandfather of four, and served with honor in the U. S. Army, doing a tour in Vietnam. In October of 2009, he retired from Southern Wine & Spirits after more than 30 years, as a salesman. In his free time, he could be found watching sports or out on the golf course, usually wearing shorts so he could work on his tan. He is the proud recipient of a "Hole in One." He signed with the St. Louis Cardinals and played baseball professionally for twelve years. Bob was preceded in death by his parents, A. H. "Pep" and Mable Young and his brother, Don. He is survived by his wife of 381/2 years, Vicki; sons, Cory and wife, Ronda, Travis and wife, Terri, and Dustin and fiancée, Monica; grandchildren Shauna, Zachary, Hayden and Brynn. Per his request, no formal services will be held, and interment will be private. The family suggests a contribution to the charity of your choice in Bob’s memory
Some new classmates visiting the site for the first time think that they have to log in. Just find your name and check in. On your first use, the site will ask for you to submit login information. Thank you.