To honor our classmates who have passed away, we are trying to maintain a listing on our 'in memory of' link. If you are aware of any classmates who have passed away that are not listed or anybody listed there in error please notify us here.
Paul Mountz Feb. 13, 1980
Beth Durack Oct 22, 1989
Robert Noerr March 31, 1991
Hoyt Penebaker May 22, 1992
We were notified by one of our classmates that Dennis Keitz passed away several years ago. If anyone would like to share with classmates any fond memories of Dennis or any other classmates who have passed away, feel free to do so here. Let's not use these pages to discuss the circumstances of their passing but instead to honor them and celebrate how they touched our lives by sharing any special memories.
A lasting tribute here of words to their memory keeps them alive in our hearts.
I was very saddened to learn of Daryl Rigby's passing. I have fond memories of him, especially in Mr. Basinger's art class. He used to make us laugh alot, and he never spoke an unkind word about anyone. He always had a smile and a laugh...truly a warm and wonderful person. I was always impressed by his discipline with track and field...he conditioned/ran daily, no matter the weather. We miss you Daryl.
Dennis was a great guy. He sat in front of me in Mr. Reilly's 11th grade english class. I remember one time Mr. Reilly wanted Dennis to leave the class because he was being disruptive....Dennis wouldn't leave so Mr. Reilly decided to try to pull his desk out into the hall. Needless to say he couldn't get Dennis' desk to budge and the whole class was laughing hysterically. It's a memory I will never forget!
Hi my name is Shannon Hafner, Im not sure if im doing this right but my dad was a graduate of Mott High School 1977. i am now a senior at warren mott high school and i woulld like to post that my dad Mark Hafner passed away over the summer. He was 48 yrs. old. He had MS, diabetes, and high blood pressure. They say his heart just gave out.For me in my mother and brother this was tragic....we had seen that he was slowley getting worse but he never gave up. We had no clue that his death would be so soon. But we know for a fact that he had a GREAT last day with his son out on the boat fishing, what he loved doing best other than being with his family.I know my dad would of wanted to be posted in loving memory....So i will be back to post or send a picture of him.
Sending a kind word to the Hafner family. Â It broke my heart when I heard of Mark's passing. Â I was new to Mott high school back in the mid 70's Â and Mark helped me in every way to fit in. Â When I wanted to give up he pushed me on. Â I will always have a special place for him in my heart. Â My heart goes out to his family. Â He is watching over all of you. xoxoxo