Wagner High Online Alumni

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Extra Extra

Unsold Original Issues of Wagner School Newspapers.
Get your authentic Falcon Crier & Balut Couriers here!


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Bumper Sticker Page    Window Cling Page

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Planned Reunions

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Since it is our big 3-0, The Class of '91 will be hosting a reunion 25-27 June 2021 in Orlando, FL. This reunion is open to all classes so come and join us! If you have Facebook, go and join our page, "Clark AB ~ Class Of 91 ~ 30th Reunion ~ 2021". Venues and prices are still being planned...this is just so you can put in on your calendar. Hope to see you there! Cathy Forgue Butler Class of '91





Supporting WHOA Small Businesses


Covid-19 Masks


Get super high quality masks at a reasonable price here!
An Etsy shop run by Debbie Faires Thelin '76

Happy Birthday Today


First Name Last Name Then Last Name Now Class
Maria (Mia) Aukshun Timmons 90
Jonny Candari 89
David Grissom 71
Yvette Guichard 81
Jan Hackenberger Heidbrink 78
Bud Jenner 66
Linda Jones McCaleb 68
Lisa Martz Stepps 83
Tom McCain 73
Amy Meyer Ashman 91
MaryJo Mulhern McGillicuddy 83
Earlene Parker Stron 76
Kathleen Pasek Wilkens 83
Janet Sato 80
Sequieta Whitfield 74
Jerry Witcher 83

Recent Losses to the Falcon Family


Vernon Harmelink January 31, 1930 ~ July 16, 2020 (age 90) Vernon Harmelink
Attending Wurtsmith or Wagner High School at Clark Air Base, Philippines was a unique and enriching educational experience for American families. We were privileged to have been in a beautiful country, and to have known and shared with the always friendly Filipino people.

Although the eruption of nearby Mt. Pinatubo in 1991 closed our schools forever and ended nearly a century at Clark, our friendships and memories continue with this web site.

We welcome all former Clark AB students, teachers, administrators, employees, families, and friends!

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