Wednesday, April 6, 2022

1965 Map of Casa Grande

U.S. Geological Survey















(Next post on Wednesday: Casa Grande, The Crossroads of Arizona)

Monday, March 28, 2022

Alumnus: Mary Ann Zepeda, Deceased















Casa Grande Dispatch

1968 Yearbook

1969 Yearbook

1970 Yearbook

1971 Yearbook

Alumnus: Steve White, Deceased















Casa Grande Dispatch

1968 Yearbook

1969 Yearbook

1970 Yearbook

1971 Yearbook

Cougar Growl
November 22, 1967




















May 2, 1969




Alumnus: Patty Wallace, 1953–2014












Class of 1971


Casa Grande Dispatch

May 14, 2014











1968 Yearbook

page 117


1969 Yearbook

page 103


1970 Yearbook

page 82


1971 Yearbook

page 54


Cougar Growl

December 5, 1969






















February 27, 1970




Alumnus: Wilbert Tyler, 1952–2003















Casa Grande Dispatch
Wilbert Tyler
Wilbert Lee Tyler, 50, of Casa Grande died May 8, 2003 at the Veterans Affairs hospital in Tucson

Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at J. Warren Funeral Services, Cole & Maud Casa Grande Chapel. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at new Hope Baptist Church, with the Rev. Darryl Henry officiating. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery.

Mr. Tyler was born Aug. 28, 1952 in Madisonville, Texas. He was an Army veteran of the Vietnam War and worked at Frito-Lay Inc.

Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Verta and Richard Haygood Sr. of Casa Grande; three daughters, Nelda Tyler Nunez of Coolidge, Katina Ayers and Konesha Tyler of Casa Grande; three sons, Delbert Tyler of Chandler, Wilbert Tyler Jr. and Wilbert Tyler III; two sister, Cynthia and Alicia Haygood of Phoenix; two brothers, Eddie Tyler and Darnell Haygood of Casa Grande; and four grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father, Lee D. Tyler, and a bother, Richard Haygood Jr.


Cougar Growl
September 18, 1970








March 12, 1971







April 1, 1971










June 4, 1971
















Alumnus: Stephanie Sredanovich, 1952–2012
















Cougar Growl
May 22, 1970













March 12, 1917