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•   Linda Osina (Burrows)  2/1
•   Donald Kainer  2/6
•   Craig Ritz  2/7
•   Donny Flisowski  2/12
•   Patsy Pendergrass (Metting)  2/17
•   Debbie Carroll (Broadway)  2/19
•   Kathy Hoop (Dippel)  2/21
•   Carla Webb (Lovelace)  2/26


•   Ronald Kaluza  12/24
•   Charles Mader  10/19
•   Chris Wendel  10/16
•   Jack Swanson  9/30
•   Sherry Griffin (Benton)  8/17
•   Larry Capps  7/11
•   Monty Williams  2/23
•   Bob Little  9/17
•   Patricia Merta (Harmon)  7/3
•   Debbie Wisnieski (Chappell)  6/19
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•   Grady Ingle  2022
•   Jackie Wheeless  2021
•   R. L. Frasier  2021
•   Ray Wilson  2021
•   Donald Noska  2021
•   Ramiro Rodriguez  2021
•   Gayleen Morton (Peoples)  2019
•   Kirby Martin  2019
•   Ed Springs  2019
•   Mark August  2018
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El Campo High School - Class of '69
Class Of 1969

Welcome to the El Campo High Class Of 1969 web site. I hope this site gives everyone a chance to connect with someone with whom they have lost contact.

** NEW ** We are also on Facebook.  Once registered on you can connect to Facebook by selecting "Class Connection" under Member Functions.


Grady Lee Ingle, Jr., age 71, passed away January 1, 2022, in Rockport, TX.  Grady was born September 7, 1950, in El Campo, Wharton County, TX. To the late Grady Lee Ingle, Sr. and Edith Bessie (Rod) Ingle.   After graduating from El Campo High School in 1969 Grady attended University of Houston.  After graduation from U of H in 1974 Grady worked at Pine Forest CC in Houston as Finance Manager. He retired from work in 2013.

Grady married Ditter Cook of Houston on June 10, 1976, in Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico.

Grady’s interests included:

  • Being a member of the Team Penning/Ranch Sorting Committee of the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo for over 10 years.
  • Being a fan of the Beatles, especially John Lennon.
  • Being an artist in paint.
  • Being an artist in fiber which included spinning yarn and weaving blankets.   He produced a fiber show in Boerne, TX for spinners and weavers called “Kid’NEwe and Lama’s Too” for over 20 years.

Grady is survived by his spouse, Ditter; and a younger sister, Linda Cox (John) of Rosenberg.   He is also survived by nephews Kelly Sternadel (Rene) and Dean Sternadel (Tisha).

Grady was preceded in death by his parents and older sister Carolyn Sternadel.

A Mass honoring Grady is scheduled for February 5, 5:00 PM at Sacred Heart Catholic Church.  Sacred Heart is located at 209 N. Church St., Rockport, TX.

Grady was cremated with interment scheduled for Lamar Cemetery at a later date.  Lamar Cemetery is located at 222 Hagy Dr., Rockport, TX.

Grady Ingle            

A luncheon was held January 23, 2019 at El Campo Seafood & Grill. Click on "Class Photos" on left hand panel.   You can then view photos of the luncheon or other event photos posted.

Hello All - The photos from the reunion held September 23, 2017 are now available to view.  Go to "Class Photos" in the left hand panel.  When you click n that link a new page will open with different galleries to view.  Click the gallery you wish to view.  Click on the first photo and a slide show will open with the photo changing every 12 seconds.  If anyone has additional photos to share send them to me at and I can add them to the gallery.  Be sure and send them "full size".  Thanks.

Chris Wendel