Next Reunion is Sunday October 4, 2015

Location: Live Oak Park 10160 Daines Drive Temple City, CA 91780-2706
(Daines Drive is just east of Baldwin Avenue.) From 9am to Whenever.




Our claim to fame are memories and roots of which we're proud, of friends we that we grew up with, they're one terrific crowd. We've grown and scattered everywhere from L.A. to God knows where, here is our chance to reunite those treasured friends we shared.  City Terrace, Metropolitian Park & El Sereno too, fun along the C.T. Plaza & Eastern Avenue.Wilson High, for some and many far beyond.
Let's reunite those memories and never break that bond.

 

 

 

 

Jennifer Weisbart-Moreno wrote this song about her Dad Marvin Weisbart

Daddy, Where are You?

My father taught me that life is a dance.
Two steps forward, one step back,
and then shuffle, shuffle, shuffle, shuffle.

I was born as a doughnut hole crying,
“Daddy, where are you?”
“I am right here holding you.
But far or near, I will be here,
guarding and watching over you, your whole life through.”

The steps as a baby was cry, smile.
One step back, two steps forward,
and then shuffle, shuffle, shuffle, shuffle.

Exploring as a young child, I called out,
“Daddy, where are you?”
“I am here in the other room.
But far or near, I will be here,
providing you water and soil as you bloom.”

The steps as a toddler was play and fight.
Two steps forward, one step back,
and then shuffle, shuffle, shuffle, shuffle.

During my primary studies, I called,
“Daddy, where are you?”

Marvin Weisbart

Weisbart, Marvin
December 25, 1935 - November 1, 2010
Beloved husband to Carolyn Weisbart, caring supportive father to Jennifer Weisbart-Moreno, and loving brother to June Boyer and predeceased sister Irene Chaiken. Born and raised in Los Angeles, he graduated from Fairfax High School in 1953, from UCLA with a CPA and BS in business administration in 1957, and from San Fernando Valley Law School with a JD in 1970. After 35 years of service, he retired in 2001 from the IRS as Associate Chief of Appeals. Missed deeply by his wife, daughter, sister, step-daughter, step-grandchildren, nieces, grand-nieces and -nephews, cousins, friends and pets; Marvin's spirit will continue as his love, care, and generosity will be remembered forever. Donations in his memory may be made to the Humane Society of the United States or American Cancer Society .

LA Times Obituaries:
http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/latimes/obituary.aspx?page=lifestory&pi...

alcar

hi thanks for your reply.. i went to CT elem school from 1956 to 61 or so... i would love to post my first grade (B1) class photo on your site... look fwd to hearing from you.. al

Thane Durst

I spoke to Thane Durst today, last time I saw him he was catching wild horses and ridding them bareback with out any equipment, just him and the wild horse, that was over 60 years ago. . Wow what a memory.

Hope to see Thain at our next reunion.

Larry Buzin

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