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Wilma Spice

Posted: Monday, October 24, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 11:46 am, Mon Oct 24, 2011.

Wilma Heckenlaible Spice was in the top 10 of the class at Lodi High School in 1952.

Q: What is your favorite memory from high school?

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  • Pam Bauserman posted at 8:38 am on Tue, Oct 25, 2011.

    Pam Bauserman Posts: 13 Staff

    Bev: These students featured are those who were valedictorians or graduated at the top of the class. If you know of any, please send them my way.

  • Bev Lacy posted at 4:24 pm on Mon, Oct 24, 2011.

    Bev Lacy Posts: 6

    I enjoyed the article about Wilma Spice. I hope you continue to feature locals who graduated from Lodi High. There are many grads of Lodi High living in Lodi.
    We were in the class of 1954. Some of our well known classmates are deceased; Dr. Harry Bader, Ted Katzakian. There are many still active in the community; Vern Wiegum can still be seen behind the counter at Weigum's nursery, Diane Steele has been busy keeping flowers in Lodi, Shiela Wishek has made generous contributions to the City and Hutchins Street Square. Some of us are active in Service organization. I am past president of Soroptimist International and retired administrator from Lodi Unified School District. I would like to see more articles about our local "celebrities".



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