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•   Bruce Christopher Jones (1978)  12/14
•   Michael Wilson (1975)  12/14
•   Alexis Levie (2013)  12/13
•   Kristina Hontalas (Hontalas) (2001)  12/7
•   David Martin (1982)  12/3
•   Michael Skinner (1970)  12/1
•   Michael Hunter O'Hair (1970)  12/1
•   Michelle Huebschle (Acu) (1999)  12/1
•   Samantha C. Gayner (2009)  11/29
•   Robert M. Knowles (1975)  11/29
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14 live in Alabama
17 live in Alaska
103 live in Arizona
7 live in Arkansas
1 lives in Armed Forces Europe
1 lives in Armed Forces Pacific
19,783 live in California
149 live in Colorado
28 live in Connecticut
1 lives in Delaware
28 live in District Of Columbia
80 live in Florida
33 live in Georgia
1 lives in Guam
61 live in Hawaii
50 live in Idaho
49 live in Illinois
16 live in Indiana
8 live in Iowa
15 live in Kansas
11 live in Kentucky
10 live in Louisiana
10 live in Maine
32 live in Maryland
66 live in Massachusetts
20 live in Michigan
28 live in Minnesota
4 live in Mississippi
14 live in Missouri
20 live in Montana
4 live in Nebraska
109 live in Nevada
13 live in New Hampshire
18 live in New Jersey
32 live in New Mexico
177 live in New York
41 live in North Carolina
3 live in North Dakota
15 live in Ohio
9 live in Oklahoma
266 live in Oregon
36 live in Pennsylvania
6 live in Rhode Island
9 live in South Carolina
1 lives in South Dakota
21 live in Tennessee
106 live in Texas
54 live in Utah
7 live in Vermont
66 live in Virginia
273 live in Washington
5 live in West Virginia
16 live in Wisconsin
7 live in Wyoming
6 live in Alberta
9 live in British Columbia
2 live in Ontario
5 live in Australia
2 live in Austria
2 live in Chile
2 live in China
1 lives in Colombia
1 lives in Fiji
2 live in France
9 live in Germany
1 lives in Guatemala
1 lives in Hong Kong
3 live in Israel
4 live in Italy
2 live in Japan
4 live in Mexico
2 live in Netherlands
1 lives in New Zealand
3 live in Norway
1 lives in Russian Federation
2 live in South Africa
1 lives in Spain
1 lives in Sweden
3 live in Switzerland
1 lives in Tanzania
1 lives in United Arab Emirates
12 live in United Kingdom
1,202 location unknown
750 are deceased




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The air is finally clear again, the sun is out and the sky is blue. We've had our first rains and the community is preparing for the holiday season. Our hearts go out to all those who have been devastated by the fires. Please give generously to those agencies that will help them the most. Eric Lofholm '88 has created the Paradise Fire Adopt a Family Website and Facebook page that is helping many families. You might want to start there!

Thank you for all of the deserving nominations for the Avenue of Giants. We are fortunate to have such an outstatning group of alumni, making the committee's decision even more difficult. All nominees remain in the "pool" and will be considered in future selection processes, especially if additional information is submitted. These inductees, along with the 2018 AOG inductees will be honored at our Avenue of Giants Banquet on Friday, March 1, 2019. There will be detailed information about purchasing tickets in the January Newsletter and on our website.

Grant Davis '80, a lifelong water conservation advocate, dedicated to protecting the San Francisco Bay-Delta Watershed and improving water management in California. He is currently the General Manager of the Sonoma County Water Agency.
Michael Jacobs '72 is one of the leading intellectual property attorneys in the world. He has represented Apple and Oracle in high profile cases. He has had many successes in probono cases as well.

Cigall Kadoch '03 is one of biology's rising stars. She is an assistant professor of pediatric oncology at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and runs a 24-person laboratory that delves into how altering the chemical packaging surrounding DNA can alter the way genes work.
Matt Leutwyler '84 is a highly accomplished film and television writer, director and producer. His visit to Rwanda led to the founding of We Are Limitless (WAL) dedicated to moving orphans into boarding schools, finding and funding suitable homes, and offering them unique opportunities such as a full education.

More details of these inductees will soon be on the Avenue of Giants page of this website, along with information about all previously selected inductees.

The Redwood Athletic Hall of Fame selection process took place in October. The banquet honoring them and the 2020 inductees will take place in March, 2020. More details will soon be posted.

  • Tim Evans ’85 Rowing
  • Jennifer Svanfeldt ’96 Tennis
  • Scott Trobbe ’71 Basketball
  • Todd Brockman ’83 Soccer and Track
  • Carrie Zarraonandia Tennis Coach
  • Cross Country Team ’72 First NCS Pennant

The Alumni Association works closely with the Redwood Foundation. They raised over $1.2 mil last year to help Academics, Arts and Athletics. They sponsor our activities, we help raise monies for the Foundation and the Alumni Scholarship, as well as assist at some of their events. It's time for us to step up to the plate and help with any kind of contribution, large or small!


**Please mention that you are an alum and give your year of graduation!

Here is a sampling of recent grants made to the school:
Chromebooks and carts/ Guest artists- Music and Fine Arts/  Laptops, software, scanners / Science lab equipment and specimens/ Film and music sound equipment/ Annual funding for Music and Drama departments/ Annual funding for Benchwarmers/  Ongoing funding for Ghilotti Field/ Calculators/ Speech and Debate Fees/ Mock Trial Fees/
Special programs such as AVID/

If you would prefer, you may send a check made out to:
Redwood Foundation
c/o Redwood High School
395 Doherty Drive, Larkspur CA 94939

2019 REUNIONS  time to start planning!
It's not too early to start planning reunions for 2019. In fact several classes have already begun. Contact us at and we can help you get started and send you the class database.

The Redwood Alumni gave out two scholarships last May to two amazing young women. The Class of '67 Scholarship went to Nicole Fazzari '18.This is a one time scholarship created by the “summer of love” class, to recognize: “a student who is actively trying to improve society, involved in the community with a desire to pursue a future off equality, protection of the environment and human rights.” She has already been working toward these goals while a student at Redwood. She started the Bring Change 2 Mind Club to help end the stigma against mental health issues. She has also been the president of the GTSA Gay Trans Straight Alliance. She believes very strongly that it is important for everyone to have a place where they feel safe enough to be themselves. Her goal is to go out into the world and help people.She will be attending Arizona State in the fall to pursue a career in nursing. She is a compassionate person and most deserving of this special recognition.  Congratulations Nicole!

Nicole Fazzari                    Talia Fleischman

Talia Fleishman '18 is the recipient of the Annual Alumni Scholarship. She has been accepted into the honors program at NYU Steinhardt School of Culture and Education as a double major in Applied Psychology and Studio Art. Talia was fortunate to find her passions at Redwood in both the Art Department and working with the special needs students on campus. As part of the AP Capstone program, she was able to research a topic of her choosing which has directed her to the emerging field of Art Therapy and will continue her research in art therapy for children with developmental disabilities. She is also the daughter of a Redwood Alum, Rhim Fleischman ’83, and grandmother Lorraine McClean Ferrase '61, an added bonus. We are thrilled to award this scholarship to Talia and look forward to hearing more about her career. Congratulations Talia!

Rainbow Over Troppman Football Field, Flash Basham Track

We have over 24,000 alumni, with only 3500 having  joined our website. We have 6-8 alumni "running the show" through the Alumni Council. We would really like to have new ideas, fresh faces and more involvement. Check out our next meeting!



Unfortunately this site has been taken down due to a copyright infringement challenge. It is available on Disc if any class wishes to use it for a reunion.



The Redwood Alumni Association has purchased most of the surplus yearbooks from Redwood for a very good price...We can offer them to you for only $50 including shipping and handling. We have one or more for most classes since 1975, some classes being more scarce. If you have lost a yearbook or never bought one, and are interested, please contact with your name, year of yearbook and mailing address. We will notify you and if the yearbook is available, will give you payment instructions!



50th reunion for the class of 1969 is in the planning stages for August or September 2019. We are looking for a place in Marin and hope to get an idea of the number of classmates interested in attending and/or helping with the planning.
Contact or (Linda Walsh)