Monday, November 21, 2011

Students Learn 'Pumps Your Blood' Song Sung by Potsie

Thanks to Teri Hill Clark (BHS '68) for this note and for what she does in the classrooms!
And thanks to Anson 'Potsie' Heimlick Williams (BHS '67) for this song...

Burbank High School Class of '67 ...
I was at our local middle school (Carson Valley Middle School) doing my "Nicholas" presentation about understanding not excusing addiction, the ripple effect of decisions, and how methamphetamine affected my family and saw that the kids had an assignment to learn this song ... done by our own Anson Heimlick!!! Anyway, thought I'd share!

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

BHS '67 Girls @ DeBell

Shari posted this great photo on Facebook last night - ya'll look FABULOUS!

"BHS '67 Leigh Rugee, Dona Foy, Shelly Perez, Nancy Krough, Shari Deuel and Vivian Blum at DeBell"

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Sr. Bulldogs 1959 - 1970

Thanks to Cathy Coyle and Pam Kirkwood for this photo from yesterday's Senior Bulldog Luncheon and for the names - wonderful! Thank you.

Left to right top row:
Gary Marca '69, Randy Ivey '70, Scott Cappiello '59, Alan Landros '70, Dave Starleaf '64, Jon Kirkwood '64.

Left to right middle row:
Annette Dinolfo Bennett '68, Trudie Lombard Hentze '65, Cheryl Sellers Stram '64, Nancy Kilner Varney, '64, Christine Perez Turner '62, Sue Cornick Blumer '62, George Colvin '65, Cathy Nicholls Coyle '67, John Coyle '65, Carol Brown Baker '67

Bottom Row seated left to right:
Rita Cardenas '65, Santa Vessella Calderon '65, Donna Luce Neitman '67, Pam Zipfel Kirkwood '64, Claudia Hoffman '64, Sallie Shelton Thomas '68

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Roland 'Pete' Peterson Memorial Photos

Here are some wonderful photos from this past Saturday, Oct 15, 2011, which was the Memorial Service for former Burbank High Teacher and Coach, Mr. Roland 'Pete' Peterson.

(Many thanks to Cathy Nicholls Coyle, Carol Nicholls Lebrecht and Alan Landros for sending these!)

CLICK HERE to read more about Mr Peterson

Family of Roland "Pete" Peterson, BHS '39 and BHS Teacher, and three of his siblings, Arnold Peterson, BHS '30, Paul Peterson, BHS '35, and Ruth Peterson Finch, BHS '44

Standing, l. to r. - Ron Peterson, Linda Peterson Everett, BHS '67, Pauline Peterson Cozzens, BHS '64, Virginia Peterson, Christy Cozzens Mages, Chris Mages, Bryant Lewis, Frank Koroshec
Seated, l. to r. - Marybeth Finch Anderson, Louanne Peterson, BHS '70, Debbie Peterson Lewis, BHS '69, Sharon Finch Koroshec

Debbie Peterson Lewis, BHS '69, Pauline Peterson Cozzens, BHS '64, Virginia Peterson, Linda Peterson Everett, BHS '67, Louanne Peterson, BHS '70
(Virginia is Pete's sister-in-law, and Pauline and Debbie are her daughters. Their sister, Barbara Peterson, BHS '67, passed away in 1994)

Louanne Peterson and two of her three sons:
Sam Hunzinger, #3 son, Louanne, Peter Hunzinger, #2 son

Some former BHS faculty members at Peterson Memorial were l. to r. - Bill North, Bob Brewer, Ham Lloyd
(others at the service not pictured - Bill Bertrand, Art Cobery, Frank Kallem)

L to R: Ham and Jim Lloyd at Peterson Memorial
(Ham is 22 months older than Jim)

BHS Class '70: Louanne Peterson, Steve Daugherty, Nancy Olsen Barry, Alan Landros, Joyce Starleaf

BHS Class '67: Denny Lombard, Linda Peterson Everett, Deanna Lloyd Jennings, Scott Nave, Joanne Yoffee Furer, Cathy Nicholls Coyle, John Rocke, Richard Pearson

From Cathy and Carol's cousin Rena Ryde, below is the BHS Class of '39 45th Year Reunion Memory Book with an article on Mr. Peterson


Saturday, October 15, 2011

BHS Hi-Life Newspapers 1964-1967

Paul Dean Fitzgerald, BHS '67, has uploaded several issues of Burbank High's Hi-Life newspaper for us all to enjoy.

Here is the link and below is her email:

Thanks so much, Paula!!!

OK - I uploaded all of what I have for 1964. I'm still back and forth about whether this is the best way to create an archive - I'd so much rather have them as multi-page .pdf files.

But why don't we go public with a link to what I have so far. Maybe someone has a better idea of how to make this archive more user friendly. Even better, maybe some folks have more issues of the newspaper - I'd be happy to scan them and make them available to all. I've got most, but not all, of the issues from our high school years - fall 1964 to spring 1967. It would be great to add other years.

I can be reached, as you know, at

Snail mail, in case anyone has another cache of the newspapers for me to scan is:

4225 Caminito Cassis
San Diego, CA 92122

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Andrea's Latest Dog Tale!

From Andrea Moxness, BHS 67:

Please see my latest dog transport story at:
Hope you enjoy it!
Thanks for your support.

Kelly, The Hound of Lickervilles

Is this a beautiful dog, or what? Kelly, a most wonderful hound-mix, was my latest rescue transport. This picture speaks volumes about her.

Yesterday, my friend, Carol, and I traveled to a little town called Bethel, about one hour and 45 minutes away, to meet Kelly behind the Midway Diner -- which was a step back in time. Way back. But that's another story for another time. After all, underdograilroad is about dog transports, not diners.

Kelly, without a doubt, was the quietest of the ten dogs who arrived by three separate cars from Ohio. We were given an excited barking concert when the other nine dogs realized they were about to be released from their taxis for a little walk and drinkie-poo before being loaded into a large van destined for a safe-harbor shelter in Connecticut. Our little Kelly, however, was coming with us as she had a foster family to welcome her in Trooper, PA.

Kelly seemed genuinely happy to meet me and Carol. As you may have guessed, she was very generous with her "lickerville" kisses, and here I am graciously accepting one. The barking symphony continued, while Kelly remained quiet. Carol spent some time admiring the handsomeness and beauty of the other dogs, while I watered and walked Kelly. I was already in love by then.

Finally, we loaded her into the back seat of my car, and we were off. As has happened so many times on previous transports, Kelly wanted to sit in front with us. She was a strong little devil, so after traveling only a mile or two down Route 78, we took an offramp, pulled into a gas station, and transferred Carol into the back seat. I didn't have a towel for Carol to lay on, so she had to share Kelly's. But no one seemed to mind. Kelly settled down then, content to no longer be the only one relegated to the back seat. The rest of the ride was uneventful.

Kelly's foster father, Brian, was at the appointed spot to meet us, and Kelly took to him right away. Perhaps she understood she would stay with him and his family for a little while, until she found her forever home. Brian told us that he has fostered 31 dogs over the last two years. That makes Brian pretty darn special in my book. That equals more than one foster dog per month. He spoke about how his family and several neighbors look forward to the arrival of each foster dog, and that his fosters always meet the other dogs in the neighborhood. I'm confident that Kelly will enjoy her temporary life with Brian and his family. Brian works from home, so he's able to spend a lot of time with each dog in his care. So hip, hip hooray for Brian! Now, there's a hero!

So, another successful transport. Brian promises he'll send me an update on Kelly. She is totally adoptable, a real people pleaser who loves anyone and everyone. You may check her out at:

I'm home today, nursing my lonely heart, since I loved and lost so quickly. But Kelly is the best, and I just know she'll find her forever home real soon. Or who knows? Maybe she'll even end up with Brian forever. You never can tell.

Monday, October 3, 2011

Lunch with BHS Friends

Wonderful photo provided by Jennifer Dale Schatz, BHS '66, via Facebook:

"Just got home from taking my buddy Sue Everett Smith to the train. We had a wonderful weekend and NOT much sleep; laughing so long and hard until tears ran down our faces while gasping for air. And, lunch yesterday with Greg Alaimo, Bill Wright, Ron Coen, Bruce Keswick, Mike Hearn, and Owen Newcomer. Such a great group of guys!! Oh, so much fun."

Friday, September 30, 2011

Walk of Fame Induction Ceremony Oct 8

Burbank, CA (October 2011) -The City of Burbank along with the Park, Recreation and Community Services Board and the Burbank Athletic Federation are proud to announce this year's induction of individuals into the Burbank Athletics Walk of Fame. The 2011 Burbank Athletics Walk of Fame Inductees are RUSS BURTON, RON GOBBLE, RON ROSSITER, and RICK WILLIAMS. The induction ceremony will honor the outstanding commitment and dedication of the honorees and the contributions that they have made to the City of Burbank Sports Programs. These individuals have furthered the excellence of the sports programs in the City of Burbank through their roles as participants, volunteers or professional staff. The ceremony will take place on Saturday, October 8th at 9:00 a.m. at George Izay Park (Bill Burton Field, adjacent to the Olive Recreation Center), 1111 West Olive Avenue.
# # #

The City of Burbank Park, Recreation and Community Services Department plays an important role in creating a healthy community through diverse and innovative recreation programming. We provide a place to learn and play, a place to be safe and secure, and a place to create and imagine.
If you would like more information or details about this event, please call Cathryn LaBrado at (818) 238-5330 or email

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Mother of Ron Panich Passed Away Yesterday

Email from Cathy Nicholls Coyle... please keep Ron and his family in your prayers...

Our dear friend, Ron Panich, called us today to inform us that his mother, "Betty" Panich passed away yesterday. The services, for those who would like to attend, will be as follows:

Friday, September 30, 2011
12 noon
5950 Forest Lawn Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90068

We were lucky enough to see her last July at her 90th Birthday party. She was a great lady! Our love and prayers go out to the families of Ron & Karen and his sister, Sharilyn & Bob Fields.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Bruckner/Sergent Reunion in Durango, CO

Sue Sergent, BHS '67, sent this great photo of her with Dona Foy Bruckner, BHS '67 and Scott Bruckner, BHS '66 from yesterday!

Sue wrote, "I got to share a very special time yesterday. Dona and Scott were on their way to Taos and decided to go a bit out of their way to visit Durango. Dona and I had lunch while Scott went off and did his own thing. (Smart man to stay away from two motor mouths.) We had such a good time and hope they come back for a longer stay. Two very sweet people!"

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Service Tomorrow for Edward Danks, Former Burbank Pastor

Edward Royal Danks
1931 - 2011

Received this email today from Cathy Nicholls Coyle...

Hi Cathy:

Just heard the sad news that Pastor Edward R. Danks passed away on August 29, 2011. There will be a Memorial Service for him tomorrow, September 22, at 1:00 pm at the First Presbyterian Church on Olive Ave. in Burbank. He was Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church from 1963 to 1977.

He served as Moderator of the Presbytery of San Fernando in 1970. In 1977, following his service in Burbank, Rev. Danks was called to Noroton Presbyterian Church in Darien, CT where he served until his retirement in 1996. In retirement he served as a volunteer missionary in Kenya, East Africa; as seasonal pastor at St. Timothy’s Chapel in Montana; and as pastor-in-residence at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania. In Kenya, where he served for five years, he taught at the Presbyterian Seminary in Kikuyu and developed the seminary library.

Rev. Danks is survived by his wife, Coreen; a son, Edward Stephen; a daughter, Debra Lynn Annin (Scott); his brothers, Howard and Richard; a sister, Marilyn Edleston; six grandsons, two great grandsons and one great granddaughter. His first wife, Barbara, and a son, Tom, predeceased him. Memorial services are being held in North Carolina, Connecticut and California.

Rest in Peace dear Pastor Danks, you will be remembered by the many lives you touched.



Tuesday, September 20, 2011

The Donas in Paradise



Here are the "Donas"...Dona Ruth Foy and Dona Leigh Rugee walking down the Coast Highway in Carlsbad tonight. So nice that Scott Bruckner and Charles (Chuck) Crossen are good pals too. (The husbands.)

Just another day in paradise!

The Dona's


Friday, September 16, 2011

BHS Class 1967 45th Reunion July 14, 2012

And for you party animals who can't wait until Saturday, meet us at BJ's Friday afternoon around 3 or 4 pm:
107 South 1st Street
Burbank, CA 91502
818.557.0881 TEL

BHS Class 1967 45th Reunion
Saturday, July 14, 2012
DeBell's Clubhouse Grill
1500 Walnut Avenue
Burbank, CA 91501
Phone: 818.843.8666
Owners: Ray and Shelly Perez Lucero (BHS '67)

Dress: Casual
Time: 4 pm with Food served at 5:30 pm

Buffett Menu:
Fresh Alaska Salmon (donated by Vince Goddard!)
Sirloin of Beef
Green Salad
Fresh Vegetables
Garlic Bread
~ Please bring a dessert ~
From the survey taken, folks wanted a casual, low cost event, thus the dessert as suggested by Shelly :)

Scroll Down to see who's coming!

Thanks to another generous donation by Bruce Swartz, we will also have a JUKEBOX to play our favorite tunes from the Sixties!

Also you musicians, please bring your acoustic guitars or other instruments!

Cost $32/person

Please send checks to:
Dona Bruckner/Reunion
4683 Telescope Ave
Carlsbad, CA 92008

We have blocked some rooms at:
Holiday Inn
150 East Angeleno Ave
Burbank, CA
818 841-4770
Price is $118.00 plus tax
When reserving MUST say Burbank High Reunion reserved rooms.

NOTE: Shelly needs to know the the final count of who is eating by JULY 10th so please send your check, the sooner the better.

Also, ANYONE is welcome to join us for free if they are not eating with us, so we may see some surprising faces!





Cheerios and look forward to seeing you in July!
Cathy Palmer

July 13, 2012 UPDATE
List of who's coming! When Dona receives your check, we will add your name.

Al Thuotte
Alan Singer
Alan Stone
Andrea Moxness
Betty Wareham Worland
Beverly Bullock McLeod and Carey McLeod
Bill Ditewig
Bob Fabrizio
Carol Brown Baker
Carol Gregory LeBlanc (retired BHS teacher)
Caroleen Ventimeglia Cleveland
Cathy Nicholls Coyle and John Coyle
Cathy Palmer
Dani Marie Kleist
Dave Hourigan and Dawn Moselle Hourigan
Deanna Lloyd Jennings
Deborah Roth Cawthrone
Dennis Wootten
Denny and Andi Lombard
Diana Ziegler Larsen
Diane McCall Ward and husband
Don Ray and wife Xiao Mei
Dona Foy Bruckner and Scott Bruckner
Donna Luce Neitman
Duane Thaxton and Carolyn Merkel
Ellisa Dibble Weekley and Kenneth Weekley
Flora Angel Ferrens and Dale Ferrens
Frank Davenport
Jeanne Barron Aikman
Jim Grasse
Joanne Yoffee Furer
Joseph Robert Bingham
John Rocke
Judy Clews Esposito and Frank Defario
Julie Fear Oliver
Kathryn Hubacek Kulczycki and James Kulczycki
Ken Peterson and wife Linda
Kent Barcus
Kyle McDowell and husband
Lee (Eliede) Drost Pounds
Linda Peterson Everett
Marilyn Miller
Marilyn Williams Peterson and John Peterson
Mark Littleton
Mary Brotsis Andersen
Mary Flavin Durrer
Melanie Miller Mathis
Mike Justl
Nancy Bridgestock Steichmann
Nancy Krough Brez
Neal Hershenson and Sayoko Hershenson
Pam Hawkins Swan
Paul Munch and Carolyn Diehl Munch
Paula Dean Fitzgerald
Peggy Flora Kroener and Roger Kroener
Ray Lackey
Rebecca Storey Ingel
Ron Stein and wife Jackie
Ron Wysocky
Sandra Ballard Spero and Micheal Spero
Sara Marino Becaria
Shari Deuel and Roger Johnson
Shari Goodstein-Epstein
Shelly Perez Lucero and Ray Lucero
Stephen Walker
Steve and Susan Beninato
Sue Casimano and Guest
Sue Sergent and Laura Dermedy Unch ('68)
Teresa Meyer Sides
Tom Hurd
Tony (Anthony) Farrell and Leola Farrell and 2 sons
Vivian Blum Gillette


Greg Alaimo can get us 2 for 1 passes. Buy 1 ticket 2nd one free. He says, "It's a fun place at the corner of Magnolia/1st St."
"This Week: Wendy Liebman Headlines Fri & Sat at 8 & 10pm, Plus: One Night Only Hal Sparks Performs Tues at 8pm, and Sun July 15th at 7pm Bil Dwyer Presents Stardumb Feat. Christopher Titus, Kira Soltanovich & More"
Contact me or Greg

Thursday, September 15, 2011

BHS Class 1979 Senior Photos


Many thanks to Cliff Watson ( for providing these photos from his Ceralbus!

Friday, September 9, 2011

Alunmi Reminders

Received the following from Trudie this morning...
Just a reminder that due to the holiday last Monday the Sept Sr Bulldog lunch will be next Monday, Sept 12th, at the Elks Lodge in Burbank.

Also, a reminder below for the alumni picnic on Sunday, Sept. 25th. This is a JBHS event, but BHS is invited too. See details below and don't hesitate to call or email me if you have any questions.

Trudie Lombard Hentze
BHS 65 Class Rep
Home: 818-848-6561
Cell: 818-687-7971

Sent: 9/7/2011 9:07:08 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time
Subj: Reminder for JBHS Car show and Alumni Picnic

All JBHS and BHS Alumni Invited No cost, just come to the Red canopy and sign in so the Alumni can see who is at the picnic and can look them up. Will be a pretty good crowd. They will sign in with school and year so easy to run down someone you know.

Save Sunday, Sept. 25th.from 9am—3:30pm for our JBHS Alumni Picnic and Car Show. This is a super event that Burroughs has had for years. They have over 100 cars in the show and many booths with music, food and a lot going on. It has been hard getting Johnny Carson Park when it is cooler and for sure this will be cooler than our past years and a bigger event that we have been invited to join in. It is a fund raiser for Burroughs Sports and programs so we will be having a good time as well as helping our great school and having our own area and booth.

CAR SHOW ENTRY FORM JBHS Car Show & All School Alumni Picnic, Sunday Sept. 25th. 9 - 3:30. All participants entering cars must arrive between 7 and 9 a.m.

The following is a listing of the Divisions under each class and the guidelines used to place your vehicle in one of them:
As delivered from the manufacturer.
Non-stock sheet metal, glass, custom paint, graphics, tubs, chop tops, custom engines & running Gear.
1964-1972 such as GTO, GSX, Chargers, Roadrunners, Chevelle & Chevy SS etc.
1964-1970 such as Mustangs, Camaros, Barracudas, Challengers.
Cobra, Corvette, Viper, Fiero, Reatta - Stock/Modified.
Ferrari, Pantera, Miata, Lotus, etc. Stock/Modified.
All years, THREE DIVISIONS: Stock, Modified and Sport.
All years, makes, Stock or Modified.
Must be running
Any vehicle NOT fitting in the above class
Judging Will Be Done By You, The Participants
(Includes Dash Plaque & Goodie Bag)
( Served 7:30am to 11:00am)
EVENT TEE SHIRTS: $12.00/$14.00 Per Shirt
Please include payment with entry fee
Pre-paid Breakfast Tickets & Tee Shirts
will be located at the Registration Area
(Insurance Information MUST be completed. This is a requirement of the City of Burbank)
LIABILITY RELEASE: By execution of this form, I do hereby release and discharge the JB Arrowhead Club and JB High School, The City of Burbank, The Parks Recreation & Community Svcs. Dept., and any
members or employees thereof for any personal injuries to myself, any and all damages to my property that may occur while I am participating in the JB Arrowhead Car Show on September 25, 2011.
Applicant's Signature:
_____ 100 Stock1900-1934
_____ 200 Modified1900-1934 OPEN
_____ 300 Modified1900-1934 CLOSED
_____ 400 Stock1935-1948
_____ 500 Modified1935-1948
_____ 600 Stock1949-1959
_____ 700 Modified1949-1959
_____ 800 Stock1960-PRESENT
_____ 900 Modified1960-PRESENT
_____ 1000 Sport Car DomesticEARLY-1967
_____ 1100 Sport Car DomesticLATE 1967-PRESENT
_____ 1200 Sport Car ForeignALL
_____ 1300 Trucks StockALL
_____ 1400 Trucks ModifiedALL
_____ 1500 Sport TruckALL
_____ 1600 T-BucketsALL
_____ 1700 Muscle CarALL
_____ 1800 Pony CarALL
_____ 1900 MotorcycleALL
_____ 2000 Special InterestALL
_____ 2100 Custom CarALL
_____ 2200 Under ConstructionALL
John Burroughs Arrowhead Club
P.O. Box 6692
Burbank, CA 91510-6692
For questions :
Entry Fee: $25 Pre/$30 at Gate $_______
Tee Shirt: $12 Circle Size: M L XL $_______
Tee Shirt: $14 Circle Size: 2XL 3XL 4XL $_______
Breakfast, Coffee/Drink: #______ x $6 $_______

Thursday, September 1, 2011

BHS '66 45th Class Reunion

A few great pics snagged from Bruce Keswick's Facebook wall!

Bob Carter, Kathy Zappia, Mike Collins and Bruce Keswick

Back: Deanne Adams, Christy Seekins, Bob Bauman '64, Jennifer Dale and Joe Baldino
Front: Linda White, Kris Sorenson, Linda Schuster, Jordi Raack, Bruce and Phil Gieselman

Jerry McWilliams

Sharlean Aten, Phil Gieselman

Fiancee of Jim McGillis and Jim McGillis

Mike Ewing and wife, Kathy

Mike Hearne, Greg Alaimo, Bruce, Bill Wright, Owen Newcomer and Paul Bittle

Sue Everett (left after 10th or 11th grade), Jennifer and Jordi

Deanne Adams, Jennifer, Bruce and Janet Prater

Barry Ensminger, Rod Bungay and Bruce


Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Calling All Former Carriers

The Daily News is reaching out to the former carriers of the paper and its predecessor, the Valley News and Green Sheet, in the hope that you ll help us celebrate our centennial.

Please drop us a line by Sept. 16, telling us when you delivered the paper and briefly sharing your favorite memory from the experience.

Send it to Daily News Centennial, 21860 Burbank Blvd., Suite 200, Woodland Hills 91367. Be sure to include your name and a daytime phone number.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Great Burbank Leader Article on the Anson Williams Charity Classic

Local alums link up to raise funds,0,4828141.story

John Holst, center, with his fiancée, Tanna Byrne and brother, Eric Holst, were among the honored guests at Friday's charity golf tournament. (Photo by David Laurell)

August 30, 2011 | 4:45 p.m.

Burbank and Burroughs High School alumni, some who hadn’t seen one another in decades, joined forces on the links of DeBell Golf Course for the Anson Williams Charity Classic to raise funds for the two schools’ alumni associations, Service Dogs for American Veterans and the Davis-Gingell Foundation this past Friday.

“We are very appreciative that Anson Williams, who attended Burbank High School and of course is best known for his role as Potsy on the classic television series ‘Happy Days,’ loaned his name to the tournament to help make it a success,” said the event’s coordinator, Guy Gingell.

The brainchild of Gingell, Friday’s tournament, along with the foundation he oversees with his wife, Allison Davis-Gingell, stemmed from a set of circumstances involving an old Burbank High classmate. “I had heard, through Facebook, that one of my classmates, Bob Holst, was terminally ill,” Gingell said. “He was living in Pittsburgh, and when I called and told him I wanted to fly back and see him, he said not to come because he was too sick.”

Desperately wanting to do something for his old pal, Gingell learned Holst had not seen his two sons, John and Eric Holst, in years, and that they didn’t have the financial resources to fly back and see him. “I put up the money, and the kids went to see him just a few days before he died,” Gingell said.

When word of his act of kindness spread, it sparked a domino effect that saw other Burbank High alumni send checks to repay Gingell. It also caught the attention of a wealthy businessman acquaintance who was so impressed by Gingell’s compassion and generosity that he assisted the Gingells in establishing a foundation to help others in need.

Friday’s tournament, sponsored by Volvo Rents and Community Chevrolet and led by team captains Mike Feix representing Burbank High and actor Clint Howard representing Burroughs, included participation by Burbank Parks Commissioner Mickey DePalo, NBA Hall of Fame player and coach Lenny Wilkens, Randy Wilkens, Brigid and Bob Graham, Betty Worland, Jim Grasse, John Whitt, Barry Erickson, Ron Panich and the Holst boys — John and Eric who were accompanied by John’s fiancée, Tanna Byrne.

Others who enjoyed the day on the links included Tess Apinchapone, Bob Bauman, Chuck Berry, Joe Bronlend, Barry Cadwallader, Sean Ceglinsky, James Chae, Sean Cyphers, Kelsey Danzeisen, Brady Dunayer, Bob Elliot, Matt Flynn, Peter Fong, Bruce Frishette, Joany Gao, Marty Garrison, John and Tony Gofredo, Bob Graham, Steve Hamilton, Allan Hoffmaster, Dave Hourigan, Chris Kesicbasian, Keith Kimura, Lou Lanteri, Patrick Londono, Pavipa Losakul, Al Martens, Tim McGuire, Mark McMillan, Don Melton and Chris Morris.

Also in attendance were Carol Furry Mosher, Alfred Ogas, Bob Pappert, Dennis Pelch, Ed Perez, Larry Phillips, Haley Pirruccello, Gary Richards, Steve Ross, Ruben Santa Cruz, John Schilling, Charley Schultz, Branko Sevic, Gary Sexton, Chuck Visnic, Criag Wilde, Brett Wilson and Chuck Woods.

Burbank's Papoo's Hot Dog Show Closed Sunday

New owners putting in an Italian restaurant.

Papoo's Hot Dog Show in Toluca Lake is closing

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Friday's Golf Tourney Pics

Here are just a FEW of the many photos from the Anson Williams Classic Golf Tournament that I found on Facebook via John Whitt and Guy Gingall.

Many thanks to all who made this a fabulous success!

"See you next year at the 2nd Annual Anson Williams Charity Classic in May of 2012." - Guy Gingall

‎1st Place WINNER: Clint Howard JBHS

‎1st Place WINNERS - Tony Goffredo Foursome represented John Burroughs High School, Burbank, CA: Tony goffredo, JBHS 64; John Goffredo, JBHS 69; John Schilling, JBHS 64; and Patrick Londono (Pat's mom was JBHS 73).

"Superhero Mark McMillian speaking at the Davis Gingell Foundation awards ceremony. Castaway, Burbank, CA August 26, 2011. Mark is a retired NFL football player. Played for the 49'ers, Washington Redskins, Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs. Mark played professional football at 5'7" and weighing 148 lbs. He still holds NFL records. AND he was told on many occassion "you are to small to play"......." - Guy

Anson Williams with Jim Grasse

Debi Storm and Mike Feix

Barbara Zelenay with Anson

Guy Gingall and Jim Grasse

Don Melton at podium

Silent Auction

Lenny Wilkens, Randy Wilkens, Brigid Graham, Bob Graham, Guy Gingell and Allison Gingell