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Re: Dayle Hills
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Martin Oliver
09-16-2005 02:34am
Dayle died on May 31, 2000. I've attached a photo of her and our son taken a few months before she died, when he was six. His name is Bryan (the reason for his name will be obvious to those that knew Dayle). Bryan and I would love to hear about his mom's life during high school, so please feel free to contact us at capo-dad@cox.net .

Martin Oliver
Capistrano Beach

Dayle and Bryan...
http://www.leuzingerhigh1981.com/gallery_photo.php?photoid=1773&pageid=3


Re: Dayle Hills
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Terrence Poublon
09-16-2005 09:55pm
I am making a special request to Tom Golden '80 and his wife Suzanne Barnhart Golden '81 to contact Martin Oliver.  Tom and Suzanne were the classmates who informed me of Dayle's passing when an AFS host in Australia inquired about her whereabouts.  Also, I will be sending the AFS host Doug Reynolds a message at his email address.  I am sure that he would like to see Dayle's photo with her son.  Perhaps, he too might want to share his memories of Dayle.

As I will be including Martin Oliver in this email, I wish to thank him for sharing this wonderful photo with all of us... and that we send him our deepest sympathies.  'Thank You Martin.'



Momentos of Dayle Hills
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Terrence Poublon
09-19-2005 11:26am
I am The Chairman for The Class of 1980 and 1981 - 25th Reunion.  I am going to walk you thru our 1981 Pylon and mention some other momentos of Dayle Hills.

Dayle was a cast member of the Drama Dept's production of 'The Wizard of OK'.  It was loosely based on The Wizard of Oz... but done as a western.  Dayle portrayed The Scarecrow.  Mr Phil O'Connor was the drama coach (listed as the Trail Boss in the production program), and he was still teaching at Leuzinger as of March 2005.  The play was performed on March 5th, 6th, & 7th in 1981.  I was there in the audience during two of the evening performances.  It was a good high school play of which I am sure that Dayle and the entire cast enjoyed doing very much!

'Wizard of OK' - Page One...
http://www.leuzingerhigh1981.com/gallery_photo.php?photoid=165&pageid=2

'Wizard of OK' - Page Two...
http://www.leuzingerhigh1981.com/gallery_photo.php?photoid=166&pageid=2

'Drama Went Wizardly' - Page One...
http://www.leuzingerhigh1981.com/gallery_photo.php?photoid=1218&pageid=3

'Drama Went Wizardly' - Page Two...
http://www.leuzingerhigh1981.com/gallery_photo.php?photoid=1219&pageid=3  

'Dramatic and Unpredictable Thespians'...
http://www.leuzingerhigh1981.com/gallery_photo.php?photoid=1220&pageid=3

Dayle's Sophomore Year Photo...
http://www.leuzingerhigh1981.com/gallery_photo.php?photoid=1318&pageid=15

Talent Show...
http://www.leuzingerhigh1981.com/gallery_photo.php?photoid=1242&pageid=6

I did not personally know or know of Dayle.  I left The Leuzinger Campus before she was enrolled as a Freshman in 1980.  Perhaps one of her 1983 alumni will see your message... or maybe one my many classmates and friends here will be able to answer your question as to 'What she was like in high school?.' It is with sadness that I am unable to answer that question myself.  

God Bless You.  May He keep Dayle in his loving and tender care.


Thank You
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Martin Oliver
10-09-2005 08:21pm
Hi Folks...

I've tried to write a response to your emails each day. I want to thank you so much and I'm trying again now but I can't seem to get through it. So I'll just briefly thank you all at once and promise to write to each of you personally as soon as I can. My son reads all your emails and he also wants to write to each of you.

Thanks again,
Martin.


Re: Dayle Hills
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Maria Montes-Oliver
05-03-2008 10:26pm
Hello Martin & Bryan,

I want to let you know that I am very sorry for your loss of your Wife and Mother Dayle. I was very happy to learn that she was married and had a child. My Deepest Sympathies.

I attended HIgh School with Dayle. She was a very special person. High School in itself was difficult as a teenager and Dayle was a friendly person as well as loving and caring and gave me great memories of how we would laugh all the time. I will never lose those memories of just hanging out on Senior Square and just having a good time.

She will always be in my prayers.

Thank you for allowing me to email you & Bryan to let you know what a very special person Dayle was.

Sincerely,
Maria Montes-Oliver


Returned to sender
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Terrence Poublon
05-03-2008 11:56pm
Hello Maria...

I did forward your message to Martin and Bryan's last known email address, but it came back as undeliverable.  Your message remains posted, and I'm sure Martin and Bryan will return to read it.


Update: Martin and Bryan Oliver
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Terrence Poublon
09-18-2008 02:26pm
Martin and Bryan have pulled up stakes in Capistrano Beach CA and have moved to a small town in Oregon. Bryan, who last year scored in the 99th percentile in STAR testing and was 4th Overall in the Orange County Academic Pentathelon, was a middle school student.

I have not heard from Martin or Bryan Oliver since my original exchange of emails with them. I wish them both happiness in life... and we will be here for them should they ever call upon us again.


Dayle was an amazing friend
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Tina Garbe
09-18-2008 07:15pm
I too had been in contact with Bryan.  I found a few photos of Dayle, Heidi, Sherman and myself from a trip we took to Palm Springs our Senior Year.  We had so much fun, memories I will always cherish.  I finally mailed those photos to Bryan and emailed him.  The email was not good but I am hoping that the photos somehow reached them somehow by mail.  Dayle was an amazing friend and I am sure she is watching over Bryan!  God Bless him and his family!  Tina (Ulm) Garbe


Glad to see Dayle's picture on your site
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Jennifer Race Sanders
09-18-2008 10:14pm
Thank you so very much for posting Scott Durbin's Memorial. He was a dear friend of mine. I'm still good friends with Diana Hills the sister of Daylene Hills and I was glad to see her picture on your site.

Thank you,
Jennifer (Race) Sanders class of 1985


The Wizard of OK and Dayle Hills
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Conrad Tribble
09-20-2008 07:59am
I was the piano player for The Wizard of OK; Mr. O'Connor gave me the grandiose title of Musical Impresario in the program, (which greatly overstates my contribution, but makes me smile in retrospect).  I had graduated the year before but came back to play and had one of the most enjoyable experiences working with the entire group, Dayle Hills included.  So sad to hear of her passing.  


Dayle Hills is my mom
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Bryan Hills-Oliver
07-27-2009 08:57am
Hello everyone,

My name is Bryan William Hills-Oliver and Dayle Hills is my mom. I was awake all night as I have been lately thinking about her so I decided to Google her just to see what I could find. And I found this.

I am now living in Gold Hill, OR with my dad and my dogs. I see my Aunt Diana (on my moms side) almost every day and the present stay in Oregon has begun a great bond with that side of the family. I did live with my Aunt Diana for 1 1/2 years just to become a part of the family more.

I turn 16 on October 4th and I will be entering my sophomore year at my high school. Next year is the 10th year since my mom passed away.

I do have very fond memories of reading all of your emails over the years and learning about my mom. If you would like to email me and ask me questions or if maybe u could answer some, that would all work out. I don't know when the last time is that anyone has checked this but I hope somebody does :)

Sincerely,
Bryan Hills-Oliver


Re: Dayle Hills is my mom
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Terrence Poublon
07-27-2009 10:25pm
Dear Bryan...

It's good to hear from you. Your mom is loved and well-respected within our Leuzinger Group. I personally only met her a few times... March 5th, 6th and 7th in 1981... as she was performing in Leuzinger's Wizard of O.K. production. I remember her as being very sweet.

I've sent emails to her friends and classmates whom I am in contact with. You most likely will hear from several of them privately as they wish to share memories and photos of her.

Please Stay in Touch,
Terry Poublon.


Re: Dayle Hills
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Muna Zagha - Dionne
08-07-2009 04:21am
Dear Martin and Bryan,

I grew up with Dayle...... We lived down the street from each other.  WE did everything together from girl scouts to skateboarding, swimming, playing basketball and your grandpa would get out there and tell us basketball was for 'BOYS'  you girls don't know how to play.  We had a GREAT childhood together.  A lot of GREAT memories.

I want to let you know that I am very sorry for your loss of your Mother Dayle. I was very happy to learn that she was married and had a child. My Deepest Sympathies.

I too knew your Aunt Diana and wondered how or what she was up to.  

Dayle was an amazing friend and will always be remembered. God bless you and your family.

SIncerely,
Muna Zagha-Dionne


Re: Dayle Hills
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Bryan Hills-Oliver
08-08-2009 06:47pm
Thank-you

Its always nice to here of memories that people have with my mom.

My Aunt Diana has a daughter named Brittany (my best friend in the whole world). She just had her two year anniversary with her new husband Rick, who has a son named Richard (Brittany's step-brother). And she is currently pregnant with a boy that will be named Caleb Cirrus Hamilton. The baby is due on the 15th of this month.


Re: Re: Dayle Hills
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stephanie arata
04-27-2010 12:10am
I knew Dayle since Elementary School.  She was the smartest, coolest, and prettiest girl with a certain maturity that others did not have.  I lived a few blocks from her and remember going to her home and playing basketball with her and Muna.  She also played the piano very well, and i remember envying her abilities and asking her to play the 'entertainer' again and again!  It was a delight to listen to her.   She was a wonderful person - way beyond her peers/classmates.  She was truly special and a stand-out.  i remember thinking even as a child that she was very special!   I am sure she is watching over you!


Re: Re: Dayle Hills
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Jeanine Escobar
05-11-2010 07:32pm
Hi, I went to school with Dayle, she was a great person, always smiling, and always taking the time for people, to listen, to help them, whatever she could do, it was a blessing to have her in my life. I was Brenda Maloney's best friend and spent my time mainly with her, she was murdered when we where in the 9th grade, so I have blocked out a lot of things, but I am slowly remembering things thanks to friends on facebook. I have connected with, when I saw that Dayle had passed I couldn't believe it, she was one person I never, ever forgot. Just remember your mom was an Angel here on earth, and it was time GOD needed her help in Heaven. God Bless.


Re: Re: Dayle Hills
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Martin Oliver
06-22-2010 09:02pm
Dayle's son, Bryan, graduated 10th grade last week (!). He is currently on a field trip with his high school to Washingtom D.C.  I asked him to find this spot on the Capitol steps, where his mom stood when she was 17. Thanks everyone for writing to Bryan - it means a lot to both of us.


Dayle's son Bryan in D.C
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martin Oliver
06-22-2010 09:06pm
Hi Folks - Bryan graduated 10th grade last week (!) and he's in Washington D.C. with his high school this week. He's going to try to find the exact spot where this picture of Dayle was taken when she was 17. (I've tried to post this once before but it didn't work). Thanks to everyone for writing to Bryan. I means a lot to both of us.

Martin Oliver


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Re: Re: Dayle Hills
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Martin Oliver
06-22-2010 09:11pm
Hi Folks - I've tried to post an update about Bryan a couple of times but it won't seem to go through. I ws trying to attach a .jpg, so that might be why.

Our email - 7thWave@Charter.net - is still good.

Let's see if this one works...

Martrin Oliver


Dayle died on May 31, 2000. I've attached a photo of her and our son taken a few months before she died, when he was six. His name is Bryan (the reason for his name will be obvious to those that knew Dayle). Bryan and I would love to hear about his mom's life during high school, so please feel free to contact us at capo-dad@cox.net .

Martin Oliver
Capistrano Beach

Dayle and Bryan...
http://www.leuzingerhigh1981.com/gallery_photo.php?photoid=1773&pageid=3




Capitol Building: Information from some of Dayle's Friends on Facebook
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Terrence Poublon
06-23-2010 11:35am
Rosa Sundquist
The picture on the website looks like the Capitol in the back ground in front on Museum of Arts, National Archives, I bet Michelle can really point it out, if Bryan goes to the National Mall he will be able to see those buildings.

Victoria Kathleen Hall
It looks like Capitol Hill, with the House and Senate chambers visible. But I don't go to Capitol Hill often--just when I visit other government buildings in the area. So this could be a view from the west or from the east.

Conrad Tribble
Not the airport. That is the 'back' or east side of the Capitol building -- ie the side that does not face the Mall -- on the House side of the complex. Main entrance/exit for members of the House. They are standing on the steps looking toward Independence Avenue. Have been there many times. Will Martin/Bryan see this or can you pass it along?

We hope that the above information will help Bryan locate the exact spot his Mom stood when she was 17 in Washington DC.


Re: Re: Dayle Hills
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Bryan Hills-Oliver
09-30-2011 10:22pm
Hello everyone,

I am turning 18 in just a few days was wondering if anyone knew the whereabouts of my mother's first husband, John Bowler, or how to contact him. I would very much like to learn more about my mom based on there time together and any help will be much appreciated.


Re: Re: Dayle Hills
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Suzanne MacMillan
03-18-2012 01:37am
I am John Bowler's sister Suzanne. By just a fluke i googled your mother's name and here I am. Your mother was part of our family for several years and we all loved her very much. We have so many lovely Dayle stories to tell. Please contact me: bowlermacmillan@gmail.com




Re: Re: Dayle Hills
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dave smith
05-09-2012 03:48pm
I knew dayle years ago.  I was wondering how she died?


I knew dayle years ago.  I was wondering how she died?
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Terrence Poublon
05-09-2012 04:47pm
It remains unknown.


Re: Dayle Hills
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Dave Smith
05-09-2012 09:42pm
If anyone knows cause of death, I'd appreciate any info on that.

thanks,

Dave




Re: Re: Dayle Hills
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Martin Oliver
01-29-2013 03:13am
For those asking how Dayle died,

Discussing this very private matter with others in a public forum is difficult for me, especially since Dayle is not here to approve/disapprove it. The autopsy results and the opinion of the medical examiner are however, public documents. Anyone can get a copy for $3.00. After discussing it with my son Bryan, we felt Dayle's memory would be better served by sharing this, since we disagree with the findings of the Orange County Sheriff/Coroner.

The official cause of death was listed as ACCIDENTAL and caused by:

1. Seizure
2. Combined effects of fluoxetine and norfluoxetine
3. Myocardial fibrosis.

Re #1. There was no evidence of a seizure (looked more like decorticate posturing to me) at the scene, nor at autopsy. I have seen hundreds of seizures. Dayle did not have a seizure.

Re #2. Fluoxetine is Prozac and norfluoxetine is it's metabolite (no, Dayle was never diagnosed with 'depression', it was prescribed for something else), She had less than 5 mg of fluoxetine in her stomach, which was what was left of the normal-dose 20mg pill that she had taken the night before. I have seen people take literally handfuls of Prozac and all they do is throw up. According to Jonathon Plewes, MD, senior forensic psychiatrist at Eli Lilly Co, if Dayle died from a single, normal dose of fluoxetine, she would be the first person out of over 100 million doses worldwide to do so. In fact, there has never been a reported fatality involving fluoxetine without concomitant ingestion of another substance.

Re #3. An incidental finding, but possibly the real cause. Myocardial fibrosis, possibly caused by a benign childhood viral illness, is essentially a thickening and loss of elasticity of the heart muscle that slows and alters electrical cardiac conduction. It has been associated with sudden cardiac death/prolonged Q-T syndrome. SSRI drugs such as fluoxetine have also been implicated in cardiac conduction abnormalities (but not until Prozac maker Eli Lilly's patent on the drug ran out).

The Orange County sheriff's officers at the scene were less than empathetic and one, in all honesty, was an unprofessional jerk. This deputy walked out of the bedroom, flipped the (full) bottle of fluoxetine into the air with his thumb, and as he caught it he loudly and sarcastically said, 'Another unhappy camper'. I asked, 'What are you implying?'. The immediate supposition of the deputies was that she had committed suicide. I showed them a picture of our son and assured them that suicide was simply not possible, and asked them to investigate further. Despite my adamant and continual protests that day, and later to the coroner's office, including a letter to Sheriff/Coroner Michael Corona, for 15 weeks they continued  to consider suicide as the cause. When toxicology tests came back negative (twice) it still took them another two weeks to backpedal and come up with their opinion, which is completely unsubstantiated.


I think Dayle probably suffered sudden cardiac death from prolonged Q-T syndrome or other reentry phenomenon secondary to the myocardial fibrosis, which means she passed out instantly and never suffered. There are other possibilities and at this point I really don't know. Because I was not married to Dayle I could not get a 'second opinion' autopsy.

Incidentally, Sheriff/Coroner Corona is currently serving a 5 year prison sentence for 'defrauding the public'.

So there you go. It's been nearly 13 years. and it's been two seconds.

Regards,

Martin Oliver (Bryan's dad).



Dayle's Tribute Now Reads...
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Terrence Poublon
01-29-2013 01:54pm
Dayle's tribute now reads 'Died a sudden cardiac death due to myocardial fibrosis.' http://www.leuzingerhigh1981.com/gallery_photo.php?photoid=1469&pageid=8


Re: Re: Dayle Hills
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Patricia Lovett
12-08-2013 08:47am
Hi Folks - Bryan graduated 10th grade last week (!) and he's in Washington D.C. with his high school this week. He's going to try to find the exact spot where this picture of Dayle was taken when she was 17. (I've tried to post this once before but it didn't work). Thanks to everyone for writing to Bryan. I means a lot to both of us.

Martin Oliver


Hi Martin I would love to hear from you have wondered over the years how you and Bryan have been so sorry about dayle. I took care of Bryan his first year love to chat sometime. Patty



Re: Re: Dayle Hills
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Patricia Lovett
12-08-2013 09:15am
Dayle's tribute now reads 'Died a sudden cardiac death due to myocardial fibrosis.' http://www.leuzingerhigh1981.com/gallery_photo.php?photoid=1469&pageid=8

Sent a message on another post hope you get this I have thought of you and Bryan through the years tried to find you but couldn't. I was so shocked to hear about dayle so sorry for you and Bryan. I took care of Bryan his first year. Patricia Lovett



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