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Planning a Reunion?
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Waggies are setting sail again for the
Wagner Reunion Cruise 2020!

On August 9, 2020 we're sailing on Royal Caribbean for 7 nights to the ABCs... Aruba, Bonaire & Curacao.
For information text Bobbye '76 at 502-387-1423
or on Facebook join our Reunion Cruise Group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/WagnerHighCruise/
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Happy Birthday Today

First Name Last Name Then Last Name Now Class
Tina Davis Slagle 78
Michelle Hyland Ado 94
Timothy A McDonald 71
Maria Meneses Bach 92
Stacy Peterson Carlburg 89
Joseph Poplin 71
Teri Self Hamilton 77
Steven Smith 78
Elaine Vargas Siega 84
Siriluk Yoddumnern Petre 87

Recent Losses to the Falcon Family

The Major (Don Kent) 9/8/2019
He was the father of Jim Kent '63 and Ruth Kent '64 and several younger Kents. He was attached first to 405th Air Base Group and then 13th AF HQ from 1960 to 1963, and there were several parties at his house that he didn't find out about until years later.
Cindy SeseCindy Sese 2/13/2019
In Omaha Neb following complications from a surgery, She is in the 1972 annual as a freshman, spelling in annual is Sessa but correct spelling of last name was Sese. She had a son in Omaha and 2 grandchildren. She was born Sept 28, 1956.
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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