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Los Altos High School
Class Of 1962

Jerry Hearn-Environmental Hero

Classmate Jerry Hearn was recognized April 25, 2015 as an "environmental hero" of California's 13th Senate District. Congratulations, Jerry! The complete article can be found in TheAlmanac online at this link.


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A "Dude Project" for Stanford Alumni

Ever since Dude and Barbara Angius lost their son Steve to AIDS, Dude has been passionate about educating people about this tragic disease and preventing the divisions it can cause in families and communities.  What began with his Los Altos Rotary Club president-year project has grown into the Rotary International AIDS Project which is now focusing on preventing prenatal transmission of AIDS to children in developing countries. And now he wants to be sure that the next generation of leaders will carry his torch.  To that end he has a special request for all Los Altos Knight alumni who also attended his university alma mater - Stanford University. It was written and submitted on behalf of Dude Angius by Allyson Young Johnson, LAHS class of 1962 and Stanford, 1966.  It's accompanied by a copy of a short article about Dude that was published in Stanford Magazine.  To read the message,  select and click on Message for Stanford Alumni in the menu bar on the left.

Hurray For Dude!

The large gym at LAHS is now officially the Dushan "Dude" Angius GymnasiumThe "official" video of the dedication of  "The Dude" is on YouTube.  It was uploaded for the Gym4Dude committee by Mac McConnell, class of 1961.  The link to the video is  It also comes up first if you open and enter Dude Angius in the search field.    Click on the link in the article below  which will lead you to the front page Town Crier article about the gym dedication.  At the bottom of the article there are 30+ photos.

Good news about the Dude Angius Leadership Scholarship for LAHS seniors: The fund total exceeded  the initial goal of $50,000, and the first scholarship was awarded at the May 27th Senior Awards and Recognition Evening.  Additional donations will always be welcome to extend the life span of the scholarship. Click on the menu item on the left for details. 

Dude Angius Town Crier Article

Here is the link to the article in the TOWN CRIER about the dedication of the LAHS gym in honor of Dude Angius.

Profile Comments Restricted

The box for making comments on a classmates profile has been moved to the bottom of the page instead of having one after each section of the profile. This should make it easier to read your classmates' profiles. Existing comments are still there.

New Forum Topic

We've opened a new forum topic called Heart's Desire. It's the place for you to share your causes, passions, and missions. We've opened the topic with a post from Eric Miller whose passion, suicide prevention, grew as a result of his son's death from suicide in 2008 at the age of 20. 

You can navigate to the Heart's Desire forum topic by clicking on Knights' Forum in the left column, then on Heart's Desire in the resulting page. Or click on the above link.

Mike posted on behalf of Eric as we were unsure of how to get it all online, but now that it's all set up, any classmate can now create posts for that topic. Please share your passions with the rest of the class. (Please, no political diatribes or religious prosthelyzing.)

News Flash:

The July-August edition of Smithsonian magazine features on page 10 the September 22nd opening of the new William H. Gross Stamp Gallery at the National Postal Musuem.  The opening exhibition, "Gems of Amercian Philately" will incldue items lent by the gallery's namesake donor, Bill Gross, including a block of the famous "Inverted Jenny" stamps of 1918.   

Hope all the alums in the DC area will have a chance to see this great addition to the national museums. 

Here's a link:

Congratulations and thanks, Bill!

Good Through January 2019

Because of your generosity through donations, we were able to extend the subscription for this website until January 2019. Good job, Knights!

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