Paul W. Pewitt
What teacher most influenced
Which reunions have you
Fondest memories of your days at
Central High was a great school to attend.
I was there for only my senior year. The old wooden
floors, the rotunda and the flag pole out front. The
friends I made.
My life since graduation:
Sorry, but I will not be able to attend the
After graduation I served in the military from
1961-1964. I was assigned to the Far East and when I
came back to the U.S. I was assigned to the Army
Language School, now the Defense Language Institute, at
the Presidio of Monterey, Monterey, California.I married
in 1963 to a wonderful lady who has been my partner in
life for 47 years. I have a daughter who has two
children and a son who is still single. Both great kids.
Continuing, I went into Law Enforcement and had 30 years
of service before retiring in 1997. I received my B.A.
degree from the University of San Francisco and attended
the University of Santa Clara School of Law where I
attained Paralegal Certification. After a short period
of the "good life" I returned to work as a Private
Investigator and Paralegal. After 911 I went to work for
The Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. I
retired from that position in 2009 and have recently
been called back on a part time basis. I still continue
to remain active and enjoy life to the fullest. I will
miss seeing those that remember me and those that have
gone before us. I recognize a number of faces on the
memory page and with sad reflection remember the good
times at Central High. To all of you that remember me
have a good time and please correspond.