TowerShades Valley Class of 1963

Welcome to our Homepage!

This web site was created in March 2013 by the Class of 1963 Reunion Committee as a way to promote our Class of 1963 50th Reunion, and also as a tool to gather information about our many "missing" classmates. Fortunately, we were able to locate many of the missing and over 250 classmates, spouses and friends enjoyed themselves at the Country Club of Birmingham on April 20, 2013.  We have now held our 55th Reunion Celebration and hope to find more "missing" classmates, so please look at the list on the Classmates Page and send us contact information that you may have.

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Thanks to Chairperson Warren Bailes Cain and everyone on the Reunion Committee for their efforts that made the 55th Reunion one of the best ever for the Class of '63! Learn more about the 55th Reunion HERE.

Visit us often to learn about what's happening with our class! Check out the updated Gallery Section and send us your photos, videos and links to your personal photo galley sites such as Flickr or Picasa.


Password required for Classmates Page

locked folder icon The Classmates Page was created on May 5, 2013 as a place to provide documents and other information to members of the Class of 1963 in a password protected directory. Class members must use a password to log into the actual page. If your name and address are in our MailChimp database, a password was emailed to you. If you did not receive it, send an email with your name and address to

If you are not on our MailChimp© mailing list, or did not send in your bio information for the 50th Reunion Booklet, please REGISTER HERE. We need valid current addresses to send everyone monthly news and announcements about future reunion activities. The online version of the 50th Reunion booklet is being updated ech month to include missing classmates and changes to existing entries as we receive them.



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Thank You, Reunion Committee!

Image courtesy of Jonathan Haas, Davis Architects, Inc.