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A Message from Don Johnson:
West High Alumni Association President
As most of you already know, we lost a great alumnus in May 2017. Ray Hale passed away. He was the epitome of what a great leader should be. His actions and deeds continue to have a lasting legacy on the Alumni Association. We will miss him immensely. Ray and his wife, Linda, have dedicated their lives to serving West High.
Speaking of Linda, she decided to retire from her school job and the Alumni Board at the end of the school year to pursue other interests that she has long desired to do. We will miss her as well. She was the glue that held the Association together on a daily basis. We wish her well.
I also will be retiring from the Board at the end of December 2018 to explore other interests. It has been a great ride and I really appreciate all the dedication and help that the present board has provided me the past few years. But, I want to tell you that the Board will be left in good hands. Our present Alumni Board members are excited and more dedicated than ever to provide continuing support in meeting the changes and challenges that the future might bring.
Your contributions and support are the lifeblood that provides scholarships to deserving students. I ask that you give what you can. I know times are hard, but any amount, whether it be large or small really helps. I am honored to have served as the president of this fantastic association. Take care and always remember as Ray Hale so often said, ONCE A PANTHER, ALWAYS A PANTHER.
- Don Johnson, Class of ‘62