915 Total Classmates  |  Register and login to see all the information below.
K (28 students)
Richard Kamper senior pic:
print
K (28 students)
Diana Kazel senior pic:
print
Sarah Keierleber senior pic:
print
Terry Keller senior pic:
print
Leroy Kelley senior pic:
print
James Kellum senior pic:
print
Monica Kemp senior pic:
print
Brad Kempson senior pic:
print
Wendy Kenny senior pic:
print
Patricia Kerr senior pic:
print
Susie Kilmer senior pic:
print
Sylvia King senior pic:
print
Richard Kinney senior pic:

In Memoriam


Date of Death: June, 2007

Add your memorial for Richard Kinney

I met richard in 10 grade in English class, and right off we found we did not like English class. We got over it , great friendship had started for the rest of our lives. He a quite guy that always had time for a friend. Was one of hardest working guys I have known, I bet he is working hard up in the big kingdom. Put in good word for me my friend I miss you , rest we'll.
Kenny evans 11/28/2017 11:18:34 AM

The name of the store was Worth Food Mart and then it became a Piggly Wiggly if that helps anyone that can confirm more.
Karen Ekiss-Minton 7/31/2013 12:52:04 PM

I think Richard worked with my brother at a grocery store in Casa Linda. I remember him as a very quite and hard working guy. Unfortunately, I didn't know him very well. I was able to find a link. Hopefully someone who knew him better will leave a personal note: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JBDG-WWT
Karen Ekiss-Minton 7/31/2013 12:36:58 PM

Wendy Kinney senior pic:
print
Donna Kinsey senior pic:
print
Christi Kirby senior pic:

In Memoriam

I was around Christi for a short time during the creation of the Senior Show, A Midsemester Night's Dream. I found her charming, yet driven and determined. I am new to the website, so I am sorry to hear of her passing, as well as it's nature. So sad, so senseless.
Mark Kuykendall 9/21/2018 11:12:20 AM

Christi was married with two sons in 1989 when she went into the hospital for a routine procedure and was over-anesthetized and pronounced brain dead. Of all the senseless...
Kimberly Moon 1/22/2016 6:09:10 PM

My walking home from school buddy in elementary school. Quirky and fun, Christi was way smarter than I, but we had some great adventures as little girls. A typical Christi thing: she gave me a can of Kangeroo Tail soup for my birthday! Unknown 6/14/2013 6:21:23 AM
Jill Thyfault 6/14/2013 6:43:34 AM

Christi was a class act. I remember how hard she worked to help us pull off plays. Makeup, costumes, scene props ... she could do it all! Gosh I miss her.
Karen Ekiss-Minton 8/20/2012 9:48:41 PM

Smart, Funny, Warm and Cool! Some of you may remember that Christi was pregnant during high school. (Gasp!) Handled it with perfect aplomb and a little humour. No Small Feat! But that was Christi. No occasion she couldn't rise to - and lift you up with her. We stayed in touch after she moved away. One time she sent me a Candygram! I still have the telegram imploring me not to ever let anything bad happen to someone she loved so much. But something terrible happened to me that year...i lost Christi.
Kimberly Moon 4/2/2012 11:10:50 AM

Donna Kirby senior pic:
print
Elaine Kirby senior pic:
print
Kimberly Kissel senior pic:
print
Anita Knight senior pic:
print
Jeff Knight senior pic:
print
Jimmy Knipp senior pic:
print
Stephen Knox senior pic:
print
Debra Kosan senior pic:
print
Joseph Kozak senior pic:
print
Connie Krause senior pic:
print
Denise Kuykendall senior pic:
print
Mark Kuykendall senior pic:
print
Classmates
photo
photo
photo
photo
photo
photo
photo
Memories
Am I the only kid that went to Kiest, Truitt and Gill Elementary schools? I hope not. At least at Gill, all I had was Mrs. Latham to deal with - everywhere else my mom was a teacher in the building and I couldn't get away with a thing. She knew I was in trouble before I did! If you're someone who went to all 3 as well, please let me know and if you had my mother as a teacher - I'd love to hear the stories (good and bad). At the reunion guys ... if you say "Karen" and I don't seem to know you're talking to me it will be because I legally changed my first name in the late 70s to "Heather." Just tap me on the shoulder and remind me - I wouldn't want to offend I just simply haven't answered to that name in a long, long, long time.
Karen Ekiss-Minton, July, 2013

Our Class

Classmates:
Over 800 strong

BA Belles:
The pride of Dallas.

BA Band:
The most televised band in the land.

About Site

Presented specifically for graduates of Bryan Adams High School, Dallas, TX of 1973

We also welcome graduates of area high school in and around 1973, former classmates at Hill and Gaston Junior High Schools

Keep In Touch

We Are:BA Class of 73
Address:PO Box 12664,
Dallas, TX 75225
Email: info@baclassof73.com