CLASS OF 1968
September 7, 2018
5 months and 11 days since
our Reunion.
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Zina Lou Brown Kincaid 1950 - 2019 
 
Zina passed away February 9, 2019 after a courageous struggle with cancer. She was the first daughter and second child of Barbara Ellen Handy and Billings Brown, born September 2, 1950 in Seattle, Washington. She lived there until she was three yet remembered that home well. The family moved to Springville, Utah where she attended elementary and junior high schools and helped with her five younger siblings. She loved the Springville house and neighborhood as well as the friends she made there. From there the family moved to Mercer Island, Washington where she learned to ski, work for spending money, and to chase boys. 

The next chapter took them to Salt Lake City and Skyline High School. She loved it! She found her voice participating in concert choir, the literary magazine, and clubs and activities. She left quite a reputation for her younger siblings to live up to. A short stint in Annandale, Virginia taught her that an education was crucial to life’s success, and life there took her to her missionary service at the Hill Cumorah Pageant in New York. Back to Utah, Zina graduated from BYU with an English degree and elementary teaching certificate. Also while at BYU, she met the love of her life, Robert V. Kincaid, and they began their eternity together on June 1, 1971. Their oldest two children were born while finishing school, after which their little family moved to Everett, Washington, where they raised eight children: Jesse J. (Julie) Kincaid, Erin K. (Matt) Kincaid, Shane C. (Jessica) Kincaid,Katie K. (Rich) Chavez, Clint R. Kincaid,Curtis G. Kincaid, David R. (Hailey) Kincaid, and Clay J. (Stacie) Kincaid. As a stay-at-home mother, Zina taught her children to work hard: as a family, they delivered newspapers together for 15 years! They watched her trade homemade bread for piano lessons and haircuts. They had happy, productive childhoods thanks to a diligent, faithful, and happy mother! As adults, they produced 24 happy grandchildren.

After raising her children, Zina began her belated teaching career in Everett; she taught gifted fifth-graders for just over 18 years. She was a beloved and creative teacher, touching the lives of many children and their families. She made friends easily wherever she lived and wherever she went, whether at school, Church, or even water aerobics! Her cancer cut her teaching career short, and she and Robert moved to Utah to be near the Huntsman Cancer Institute and to be near grandchildren. They bought a home in Springville and enjoyed downsizing and gardening and spending time with family.Her life was filled with Church service and community involvement. She held fast to her testimony and faith in Jesus Christ, which served to strengthen not only her, but those around her. She leaves this world a better place by having been here. She’s off to greet her parents, two cousins, a nephew, and a granddaughter in her next adventure. We will miss her but know she will continue to be joyful.

A viewing will be held Tuesday, February 12, 2019 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the Kolob 5th Ward, 2557 Dalton Dr., Springville. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at 12:00 pm with a viewing one hour prior at the same church. Interment will be in the Springville Evergreen Cemetery. 

Donations in Zina's memory can be made to the Highly Capable program in Everett public schools where Zina touched the hearts of many students. Send donations to Mill Creek Elementary School, 3400 148th St. SE, Mill Creek, WA 98012.




 
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SHARON VANWAGENEN FAIRBANKS
(On Facebook Wednesday, January 16, 2018 - no obituary as of January 17, 2018)

By Jake Fairbanks (a son)
 
The last 36 hours have been the most difficult of our lives. Yesterday at about 5:00am our sweet mom passed on from this life with her eternal companion and family at her side. We already miss her with all of our hearts but feel a calming reassurance that her spirit is still with us. Words cannot come close to expressing our love for her and we know she has been reunited with her loved ones that have passed before. Her obituary will be coming out tomorrow, but we wanted to make our family and friends aware of her viewing and funeral.
Her viewing will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at 165 N Center Street in Midway, Utah on Monday January 21st from 5:00 - 7:00pm. Funeral services will start with a viewing on Tuesday, January 22nd from 10:00 - 11:30am and Funeral will begin at 12:00.
As a family, we want to thank all of you for your thoughts and prayers as we mourn the loss of our sweet, wife, mom and grandma. We know we will be with her again one day!


Skyline High School
Class of 1968
HAPPY NEW YEAR
2019
(Please take the Quiz and Poll at the bottom of the page)
 
Our thanks, again, to all who attended the 50th reunion in September 2018.

We would like to post photos that were taken that night.
You can help by going to the
"Now" link in the column to the left, or the
"Photo" album in the column to the left.
Please share what you have and what you feel.




 
 
 
 Friday Night Lights  by Jim Herrmann/Corner Canyon
Friday Night Lights by Jim Herrmann/Corner Canyon

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At least these three had fun!       MORE PHOTOS IN        'Photo Albums'   in left column
At least these three had fun! MORE PHOTOS IN "Photo Albums" in left column
If you're moved by the spirit of reunions,
we are still open to
"DONATIONS"
Click the link in the left hand column.
 
We ended up with over $1,500 from the 50th
which will be good seed money for the next reunions.
 
Stay tuned to this website
for
future ideas, notices, memorials.
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They charge too much for less information.
Come to this (your) website and upload photos,
stories and tales of you.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Cheer and Sing Together!
The Best Class Ever
Skyline Graduating Class of 1968


 

Gary Bliss, Mike McDonald, Rick Voss, Zina Brown, Kent Morrison, Earl Tanner
Gary Bliss, Mike McDonald, Rick Voss, Zina Brown, Kent Morrison, Earl Tanner



Who is that red rose?
and who are those thorns surrounding her?

Could you ever imagine being 67 years old?
Yet, some of you are already 68 years old.
Social Security and Medicare are now a reality.

YIKES!




 

Football 1967
Football 1967
 
 
  Do You Remember #10?
Scott Robbins, of course
Our Junior Year - 1967

Click on the link below the picture, it'll bring back a feeling.

(courtesy of Francis Bacon, Class of 1967)

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/set=a.2218152301396.2128874.1475295457&l=90a0f0c804&type=1







 
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THE 50TH
WAS A
SUCCESS!
Thanks to all!


 







 
FRIDAY NIGHT
SEPTEMBER 7, 2018


"Meet Me in the Courtyard"
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
MEET & GREET
TOUR THE BUILDING

CHECK OUT DISPLAYS & VIDEOS
(WHY? - You do know it will be torn down at the end of the 2019 school year, right!)

7:00 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
DINNER

(Catered, Joe Morely's BBQ, sit down)

8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
PROGRAM
DISCUSSION & PARTICIPATION
FUN!

FOOTBALL GAME
Kick Off - 7:00 p.m.
Skyline vs West Lake

(free entry, if interested, but we'd rather have you at the dinner and program)


Friday, September 7, 2018
6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
At Skyline High School

 
$25.00 per person
(Until August 29th at 5:00 p.m., then $30 at the door)

We'll meet and greet, laugh, cry, remember and share.
A program involving most everyone will be enjoyed.
Those who would like to may attend the Football Game FREE.

Fun Food and Drink provided.



INTERESTING NOTE
We graduated in 1968, most of us will be 68 years old in September 2018.  Won't happen again, we are,
YOU ARE UNIQUE!



Additional NOTE:  We've also created a Reunion Page on the 
Skyline High School Official Page
https://schools.graniteschools.org/skylinehigh/
It is free to join but we recommend it
for information purposes only
Thank You For Being Our Friends
(Pictured:  The Cheerleaders, L to R, Shellee Forsberg, Dari McQuarrie, Marcia Timmerman at 40th)



 
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40th Reunion
Friday evening, September 12, 2008
Willow Creek Country Club

(see more photos in the photo albums)

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Part of the Reunion Committee in 2008

Pictured: L-R Colleen Taggart Bliss, Darron Taylor,
Tim Apgood, Ned Nerdin, Becky Richards Stoker,
Larry Webb, Marcia Timmerman,
Wendy Wright Taylor, Shellee Forsberg Neff
and 
The many more who helped complete the task.








 
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45th Reunion
A GOOD TIME WAS HAD
by
ALL WHO ATTENDED
EVERGREEN PARK
(yes, the old one you know on Evergreen Ave, see map to left)
 
We had a blast in the park!
JOE MORLEY'S BARBEQUE!
Saturday, September 14, 2013
 
Skyline High School
Class of 1968
45 Year Reunion
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1968 State Football Trophy
1968 State Football Trophy
 
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