In Memory

This page is dedicated to the memories of our classmates who have passed. You are able to add a Memorial and/or Obituary for a deceased classmate who is not in the list. You can also add your own Tribute for a deceased classmate already in the list. 

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Chuck Albright

Birth Date: 1953-05-26
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John Alder

Birth Date: 1952-08-01
Deceased Date: 1977-06-02
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Shaunita Cavanaugh (Altice)

Birth Date: 1951-12-15
Deceased Date: 2023-08-08
Obituary:
Shaunita L. Cavanaugh, 71, of Logansport, passed away at her daughter’s residence in Squaw Lake, MN on Tuesday August 8, 2023.
Born December 15, 1951, in Logansport, IN to Keith Edward and Myra (DeHaven) Altice.
Shaunita retired from Kaufman Industries and had also worked at Essex Inc. and was a former Candy Striper. She enjoyed bowling, the outdoors and social butterfly. Shaunita enjoyed watching her grandchildren play sports.
Survivors include one daughter, Janelle K. (Rick) Denny, Squaw Lake, MN; mother, Myra Altice, Logansport; four grandchildren, Katrina M. Neuendorf, Logansport and Malorie A. Neuendorf, Indianapolis; Amber Pugh, Logansport; Ricky (Lacey) Denny, Squaw Lake, MN; former husband, Lawrence V. Cavanaugh Sr., Logansport; 7 great grandchildren; one brother, Robin (Pam) Altice, CA; one sister: Dar (Matt) Muehlhausen, West Lafayette; several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by a son, JR Cavanaugh and her father Keith Altice.
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Harold (Pete) Anderson

Birth Date: 1953-02-04
Deceased Date: 2024-05-14
Obituary:
Pete passed away in Plainfield, In.
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Ron Angleton

Birth Date: 1952-04-22
Deceased Date: 2021-08-07
Obituary:
Ronald J. Angleton, 69, of Tipton, passed away at 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 7, 2021, at home surrounded by his family.
He was born on April 22, 1952, in Kokomo, Indiana, to Glen Angleton and Garnet Delp (Harding).
On Oct. 8, 1977, in Logansport, Indiana, he married Gail (Walker) Angleton, who survives.
Ron graduated from Logansport High School in 1971. He entered the United States Marine Corps in 1972 and served his country for eight years. He was stationed in California during his enlistment. Being in the Marine Corps was a goal Ron wanted to accomplish. He was inspired by his brother, Tom, who also served in the United States Marine Corps during the Korean War.
Ron was a fork truck operator. He worked at the Chrysler Corporation in Kokomo and then transferred to the plant in Tipton to finish his career. He retired after working for them for 25 years. Ron was a member of UAW Local #685.
Ron enjoyed collecting military memorabilia and Marx Toys from the 1950s and 1960s. He and his wife, Gail, traveled together to many gun and toy shows around the Midwest. Ron was also an avid reader of military history and biographies. He favored books about World War II, the Civil War and anything concerning the Marine Corps. Many times, Ron and his wife journeyed east to Washington, D.C., Quantico, Virginia, to the Marine Corps Museum and Gettysburg.
Ron and Gail were blessed to have shared 43 years together, raising two children, Eric and Robyn Angleton. He is also survived by a grandson, Austyn; two nieces; and several cousins.
He was preceded in death by both his parents.
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Dorvan Appollonio

Birth Date: 1952-06-03
Deceased Date: 2023-06-02
Obituary:
Dorvan W. Appollonio, age 70, Royal Center, passed away at 3:30 p.m. Friday, June 2, 2023, at home, one day before his 71st birthday, surrounded by his loving children.

He was a family man and anyone who was lucky enough to know him heard him say many times how proud and blessed he was with his girls.

He loved going for rides on his Can-Am and visiting family and friends.

He leaves behind his daughters, Dee (Terry) Keefer, Danyell (Ronnie) Beebout, Lisa Appollonio (Eugene Small); grandchildren, Dorvan (Candice) Korreckt, Braxton (Molly) Korreckt, Caterina Beebout (Jacob White), Hunter Beebout, Gage Beebout, Sheldon (Casey) Keefer, Steven Keefer, Austin Keefer, Alex Small; eleven great-grandchildren and his beloved dog, Rose.

He had a heart of gold, was always available to help others. He was quick-witted and his sarcasm always made people laugh. Family was everything to him. He was extremely proud of all his grandchildren. Not a day would go by that he wouldn’t share a story about his family.

He was also close with his cousins; they were like siblings to him.

God received one heck of a fighter for his Army.

Surviving are brothers, Winston Davidson, Brad Davidson, Bobby Rance; and sister, Jody Gaddis.

He was married to Pam (Huddleston) Taylor for twenty-seven years.

Dorvan was a straight-shooter. He would tell you how he felt whether you liked it or not.

He was strong-willed and hard-headed – determined nothing would hold him back or slow him down.

He retired in June, 2018, from Tyson Foods. He liked to tell people he worked forty one years on the same floor because it was Wilson’s before Tyson’s. (He worked 20 years for Wilson’s and 21 years for Tyson’s.)

He was blessed to remain close with friends from his childhood. These were many friendships that he cherished and was proud to have.

Dorvan was a dog-lover and had many different breeds throughout his life, with the last being Rose, a dachshund.

Preceding in death were his father, Patrick Appollonio, mother, Beverly Doran, grandmother, Lena Appollonio, who he considered his mom.
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Janice Boxell

Birth Date: 1953-04-10
Deceased Date: 1970-10-17
Theresa Dunwoody Arnold - October 19th, 2021
Janice and I shared younger brothers who were diligent in recruiting subscribers to the local paper.  They both won prizes to spend the day at Indiana Beach and Janice and I were honored to be chosen to be their guests.  What a fun day we had on behalf of Keith and Gary!  

I also remember arriving at Purdue on that fateful day, encountering former Logansport graduates who asked about Janice and those in her car, never dreaming that my parents early arrival to Purdue allowed me the calm of another day before finding out the horrible news of her death.  I am still saddened to remember a life gone too soon!
Kathleen Pattee - September 6th, 2021
Janice was my one of my many first cousins and my best friend. We had so much fun and got into ALOT of trouble together. Many times we walked from our band performance at the football stadium to her home on 24th and Broadway, changed clothes and then walked to the dance at the YMCA on 9th street. Of course I would never let my children do that now. I miss her to this day and wish I could have apologized to her before she died. I remember Charley Hamm driving me through the country side all day while I wept for her death.
Randy Harris - July 21st, 2021
I remember that day in October of our senior year. I lived on the south side and recall all of the sirens that headed out on SR 25. The deaths of Jan and Scott Laing that haorrible day was the first dose of mortality for me. 

My younger sister, Lynne, married Jan's younger brother, Keith, and they had two daughters: Jocelyn and Adrea. Those girls were deprived of a wonderful aunt. 

Phil Brugh

Birth Date: 1953-01-31
Deceased Date: 2020-09-27
Obituary:
Phillip Raymond Brugh of Logansport passed away on September 27, 2020 at Lutheran Hospital Fort Wayne.

He was born to parents Charles Brugh and A. Irene Brugh on January 31, 1953 in Logansport.

He graduated from Logansport High School Class of 1971.

As a teammate of Logansport Lancers semi-pro football team, he remained a football enthusiast throughout his life.

Phil is survived by 8 siblings and 3 daughters, Lynn Anderson, Brandi Flores and Marisa Brugh, who all reside in Cass County.

He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Brugh, mother, A. Irene Brugh, sisters, Melissa Brugh and Carolyn Henderson.
Kathleen Pattee - September 6th, 2021
Phil was a hoot. You could always count on Phil for a good laugh. I remember at one of the 1971 reunions we walked in a parade next to our float. Phil brought his little dog(not on a leash) and I was so worried it was going to be run over by the float. He didn't seem to care. 

Ken Burns

Birth Date: 1953-04-03
Deceased Date: 1974-04-25
Karen (Ege) Sorrell - October 22nd, 2021
I find it very difficult to say anything about Kenny because his death, when we were so young, broke my heart. I think there will always be a hurt in that memory. Kenny was a kind and generous soul. He was so reapectful of me and I can honestly say he never hurt me, but instead was a constant source of strength. He could be hilarious at times and had a depth of faith that inspired me. He carried burdens most people didn't know, yet was always there to help anyone who needed it. He was an incredible friend to his legally blind roommate in college and was a much better student than I was. He was sincere and honest and just plain good. I don't know why he left so soon. I am grateful to have known him, to have been loved by him , and to have been able to love him, as much as a stupid girl of 20 is able to love. We had a saying together "there is always love on the other side of pain." It was a big pain to lose him and a great loss to many people who knew Kenny, but I believe his love is on the other side of that loss. I hope this tribute somehow honors him well and I know he is here with us in spirit for our 50th class reunion. He would have loved it!

Mike Carter

Deceased Date: 2012-06-13
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