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•   Michael C. Kopf (1970)  8/13
•   Laura Mc Eachern (Bart) (1970)  8/13
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•   Linda London (Callahan) (1971)  8/10
•   John Hunter (Hunter) (1972)  8/9
•   Leslie Cavit (Adler) (1973)  8/9
•   Stephanie Kerry (1992)  8/9
•   Pam Williams (Kersch) (1971)  8/9
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281 live in Oregon
37 live in Pennsylvania
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283 live in Washington
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1 lives in Spain
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The second semester is almost over with Finals beginning this week for seniors and graduation next week. It has been a challenging two years for students and staff. The alumni were able to provide some added "spice" to their final days with an Avenue of Giants Speaker Day last Friday, May 27... 13 AOG alumni returned to campus speaking to a variety of classes... a wonderful and rewarding day for current students and the alumni speakers as well. Principal David Sondheim will be retiring at the end of June with his replacement being Barnaby Owen Payne taking over the helm when he returns from his teaching assignment in Taiwan. Skip Lovelady and John Blaber are also retiring.


David Warner '72, Josh Reeves '01, Laura Holmes Haddad '93, Gary Kuhn '75, Peter Horton '71*

The Avenue of Giants Speaker Day on May 27 was followed by a banquet at McInnis Restaurant in San Rafael. Mark Fainaru-Wada '83 AOG was the master of ceremonies and made a very significant point... All of these distinguished alumni, not just those being honored this evening, came from the same high school. If you look at the AOG bio page on this website, it's even more amazing. Go Giants! Visit the PHOTO GALLERY!

2020 inductees Laura Holmes Haddad '93 and Gary Kuhn '75 were present and Oliver Osborn '65 represented his brother John Osborn '63. 2021 inductee Josh Reeves '01 was present. Ellen Davis '67 was represented by her good friend Keren Kessler and Gordon Ness '72 was represented by his sister Merry Alberghi '73. 2021 Inductees Peter Horton '71 and David Warner '72 were present. Krista Muirhead '77 will be recognized at our next banquet in two years.

 You can read the full bios of all of the inductees HERE. It's never too late to nominate another classmate. The next cycle for 2023 closes on October 1.

Even though we did not meet our goals we are able to award an Alumni Scholarship to an inspiring young man, Jack Stolte. He has demonstrated an exceptionally high level of academic success while facing many personal challenges. He is described by his teachers as earnest, engaged, curious, and well-spoken. Next year he will be headed to the East Coast, planning to study International Relations.

The  Wilkinson Scholarship was given to three recipients this year.
As a peer tutor who showed an incredible amount of dedication helping English learners, even over Zoom, Xochiti Komarmy's encouraging nature made a significant impact on many students' lives. With a confident, easy-going personality, she was an exemplary role model who will continue to inspire others in Southern California.

A teacher described Bryan Parra as having unlimited potential. Radiating a strong work ethic, with integrity and compassion, his energy uplifted his teachers and classmates. His desire to be a role model for his brothers as the first in his family to go to college, will lead him in his future studies.

Mature and responsible, with quiet confidence, Yasmin Reyes has become a determined student since arriving in the US just four years ago. Taking additional classes to learn English outside of School was an inspiration to her peers.

DONATE NOW ONLINE  or BY MAIL the Alumni Scholarship Program!

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


Please support small businesses and services, especially Alumni businesses! If you would like to be listed, please contact Ted Wray at or We will list your name, grad year, and a link to your website, email, or phone. Be sure to mention Redwood Alumni Red Pages when you do business.


Pat Farley '82 & Kerry Farley '80
300B Drakes Landing Rd Suite 155, Greenbrae, CA 94904

Financial Advisor Patrick Farley '82  was named a Forbes Best-In-State advisor in 2022!
He and his brother Kerry are local. If you want to discuss your portfolio or have
financial questions, please reach out to them at the contact information above.
For more information: FARLEY

Due to the schedule changes caused by Covid, the Alumni Council unanimously agreed to make a one-time change in the selection and induction schedule. The fall 2021 RAHOF selection will be postponed to the fall of 2022. Any candidate nominations currently active will be extended and brought forward for consideration in the 2022 selections. The next RAHOF induction banquet will be held in the Spring of 2023 and celebrate selections from 2021 and 2023. 

A very successful Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet was held on Saturday, October 9 at McInnis Restaurant. Pictures have been posted to the Photo Gallery! There were about 100 attendees.
Detailed RAHOF Biographies on the RAHOF Site

REUNIONS...2020, 2021 AND NOW 2022!

If you are planning reunions for  the Class of '60, '70, '80, '90, 2000 or '10.; 2021 REUNIONS  Class of '61, '71, '81, '91, '01 or '11, and 2022 REUNIONS... Classes of '62. '72. '82, '92, '02, and '12, please contact us at and we can help you get started and send you the class database, and post your information! Marilee Rogers and Kati Miller will be reaching out to contact people to see what is being planned. Because of Covid, many plans have been altered, postponed, or canceled. 2022 will be a busy year with reunions, weddings and other group celebrations playing "catch up." so it would be wise to select a date and reserve a place ASAP! DETAILS ON REUNION PAGE

  • Reunions for 2020 were postponed.
  • Reunions for 2021... Classes of '61. '71. '81, '91, '01, and '11 please let us know your plans and let us help you get started!
  • Reunions for 2022... Classes of '62. '72. '82, '92, '02, and '12 should start thinking about plans for the fall of 2022! Contact us for help!

Please consider giving back to Redwood in other ways ... any amount will be appreciated!

The Alumni Association works closely with the Redwood Foundation. In past years they have raised over $1.2 mil 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!
  DONATE NOW!      Mail-in Donation Form

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

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


Charlie Feeney taught English for many years, inspiring students with his creativity, wisdom, and love of learning.
Linda Tassano taught math at San Jose Middle School and San Marin High School in Novato, and Redwood High School in Larkspur.
Sid Gordon was one of the original Redwood teachers… he was a music teacher extraordinaire!
Maria Van Buskirk Pitcairn was a beloved American Lit and English teacher known for her legendary Approaches to Grammar class.
Tony Compagno was a strong supporter of struggling students as a Counselor, Shop teacher and WEEP (Work Experience) advisor.
Kelly Starrett "ran the school" from behind the scenes in the Counseling office...she was the computer scheduler, attendance, and grade processor.

In Memory... Staff page


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 the yearbook, and mailing address. We will notify you and if the yearbook is available, will give you payment instructions! Yearbook purchase(s) are available to Redwood alumni only.