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The Bismarck High School Class of 1981 monthly update
The purpose of this newsletter is to provide a positive, safe and supportive environment for all classmates in which we can share our personal lives. The staff reserves the right to publish only information that we feel is within the supportive spirit of this newsletter. Information which we feel is intended to be negative, class polarizing, mean-spirited will not be published at this site. That is not the avenue we want to take with this newsletter. The staff.
Volume 36, December 2003
Happy Holidays from all of us to all of you! Thank you to Dwight Weisz for being our
sponsor this month! As always it is greatly appreciated by everyone.
This months newsletter finally came together. I had to pull teeth, but you eventually came through, as I knew you would and could! Begging is traditionally not my style, but I will do what I have to do in order to put this newsletter together each month. You made a commitment to us when you sponsored us; we in turn feel a commitment to each of you. The difference is that WE NEED YOU in order to fulfill our end of the bargain. Please do not forget us when those little things happen in your life or when you need prayers, we are hear to celebrate and support each other.
Have a wonderful holiday with your family and friends! Be safe, drive carefully and most of all take a moment and revel in everything that you have been blessed with! Life is good! HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERONE!
Lauri, Dan, Wendy and Todd
BHS ALUMNI BOOK
Harris Publishing is once again updated and printing an Alumni Book for BHS. They are looking for current information on all BHS graduates. If you did not receive a notice, please contact them at 1-800-805-8533. If you did receive the notice, please take a moment, call them, and update your information for the brand new book. If you are interested in ordering a book, you may do so, just call the 1-800 that is listed above.
"In-depth and Personal with Tammy (Schlinger) Siems"
Name: Tammy (Schlinger) Siems
Career/occupation: Audit Technician for ND State Tax Dept. and sell Avon
Home: Bismarck, ND
Family: husband Wally, Chad 19 and Corey 23 hopefully soon, daughter-in-law Nicole 24
Spouses occupation: Operating Room Nurse Assistant for St Alexius
If applicable, how did you and your spouse meet? When I worked at St As.
Greatest accomplishments: raising two wonderful sons.
People whom you admire and why: My dad because he was always there for people and so much wisdom. He also took the time to show me how to be independent (change oil, flat tires, back a big motor home down a boat dock when you cant even see the boat).
What do you have in your pockets: Nothing
Fantasy (or reality) job: Driving a racecar for a living would be great, that way I could always drive fast.
Favorite music/musicians: the music from the 80s. REO Speedwagon, 38 Special
Recommended movies: been so long cant think of one
Favorite cities and why? Las Vegas, there is so much to do there and the city never sleeps
Where have you traveled? We took two cruises, one southern and one western Caribbean. Las Vegas
Favorite place to vacation? Any place you would recommend? Take the western Caribbean cruise.
Favorite foods: Pizza and Ice Cream (food that makes you fat)
Hobbies/second career: dont have time for any at this time but would like to take up ceramics again someday.
What if any community service organizations are you involved with? I help out at the nursing home that my mother is in. Nursing homes can always use extra help so if you have any extra time put a smile on some elderly person who never gets visitors. It is a sad thing to see these people sit there day after day with no one to talk too.
Pet peeves: Gossip
Memories of Bismarck (good ones): going down to the sandbar or desert.
Memories of BHS (good ones): the cheese in the registers
Who were some of the people you hung out with? Lori Schneider, Mary Kerzman,
Were you involved with any extra curricular activities, if so what? Drinking, oh I guess that doesnt count.
Favorite teachers at BHS and why: Mr. Klein, he helped me get a tutor for the last week of my pregnancy and while I was in the hospital having Corey so I could take my finals in the hospital.
Favorite high school hang-outs: Main, Desert, Sandbar,
Happy Holidays!!!! From the Wager family
Glenn, Paula (Springan), Adam - 5yrs. and Brooke - 2 yrs
(the childrens picture can be found on our ofoto.com site)
Happy Holidays from St. Louis Missouri. We haven't had much of a winter yet; the temps are still hanging out in the 60's for the most part.
As for me, I think I told you back in September that the walls started to close in on me after taking the summer off. I longed to go back to 1st Choice and get back into traveling down the road again, but I knew that the reason I left in the first place, after six years, was the same reason I didn't need to get back into that.
I can't remember if I mentioned that I was working at a florist shop here in St. Louis or not. I played around with design, delivering and taking care of some of the corporate accounts that they handled. That was really fun for the five weeks I was there, but it wasn't what rocked my boat. Keep in mind that I am not pressed to work right now and so I can take my time discovering a new role for me.
Well, I think I found it. I got a call from a long time friend of mine that works in finance and knows a few people in the right places. One phone call lead to a return phone call, then the resume' and interview. After a series of tests and more interviews with different levels of "importance" around the building, I now am in a four-week training program at DaimlerChrysler Financial all expenses paid.
I have two weeks left before I graduate on December 5th and will move into the Corporate Lease Department. Quite a different field and pace for me, but it isn't too late to teach an old dog new tricks.
Wish me luck because I haven't worked in an office environment ever and all the politics that go along with that. Cubicles, gossip and butt kissing. Oh boy!!!!
The family is all doing well. All I have left at home these days is Courtney who is now 14. She just finished her eighth year in cheerleading for the county football league. She will cheer for the high school football team next year (if she makes it through tryouts). I enclosed some pics.
Well, Christmas is just around the corner and it is time to drag all the decorations out and transform the house to stimulate that Christmas spirit. The retailers sure have shoved it down our throats early this year. I am signing off for now. Remember to sing carols, give to the needy, and watch It's A Wonderful Life and Miracle on 34th Street. That always gets me in the spirit.
Happy holidays to you and yours, Sheri Halbakken and family
May all of your hopes, dreams and wishes this holiday season come true.
Have a blessed holiday!
Dan Raszler & BHSClassof81.com
Happy Holidays from Southern California. Wish I could make the party at
the Elks, but I've decided to stay local this year. We will have a few friends over on
Christmas Eve. Southern Cal is mostly transplants without family nearby, so we will have a
family of friends to celebrate the holidays. Since I am staying home we will also have an
Open House the weekend before New Years - I better start cooking. Anyone visiting or
living in the area is welcome to stop in. Well, actually, that goes for anytime. I hope
everyone has a holiday season full of joy and surrounded by those you love.
Wendy (Cleveland), Lance and Elizah Siegel
Taken From Todds column below:
My wife Vicky, daughters Amanda & Kelsey and I would like to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year. Stay safe be careful of the flu bug it sounds very bad this year seems like a good year to get that flu shot. Hopefully see some of you at the Xmas bash remember, I can be bought, and will except all Xmas gifts brought to the party for me.
CCCCCCCC-ya Merry Christmas! Todd, Vicky Amanda and Kelsey Jueth
From our house to yours, we wish all of you a very blessed holiday season. We hope you are able to spend quality time with those you love and those who are important to you!
Happy Holidays everyone! May your season be blessed with all that is true!
Lauri, Kevin and Rachel Eckmann
HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
The following plan on traveling home to Bismarck for the holidays.
If you seen them around town, make sure you say hello!
Chris Doerr Wood and family
Sherri Nordstrom Driscoll and family
Paula (Springan) Wager and family
Keith Remmick and family
A little ND humor!
No ND humor this month, but I did receive some holiday shopping humor,
so here it is!
Compliments of Connie (Wiedrich) Samuelson
15 Things to do at Wal-Mart while your spouse is taking her sweet time
1. Get 24 boxes of condoms & randomly put them in people's carts when they aren't looking.
2. Set all the alarm clocks in House wares to go off at 5-minute intervals.
3. Make a trail of tomato juice on the floor leading to the rest rooms.
4. Walk up to an employee and tell him/her in an official tone,
'Code 3' in house wares, and see what happens.
5. Go to the Service Desk and ask to put a bag of M&M's on lay away.
6. Move a 'CAUTION - WET FLOOR' sign to a carpeted area.
7. Set up a tent in the camping department and tell other shoppers
you'll invite them in if they bring pillows from the bedding department.
8. When a clerk asks if they can help you, begin to cry and ask
'Why can't you people just leave me alone?
9. Look right into the security camera, use it as a mirror and pick your nose.
10. While handling guns in the hunting department, ask the clerk if he
knows where the anti-depressants are.
11. Dart around the store suspiciously while loudly humming the
theme from 'Mission Impossible'.
12. In the auto department, practice your "Madonna look" using different size funnels.
13. Hide in a clothing rack and when people browse through, say "PICK ME! PICK ME!"
14. When an announcement comes over the loud speaker, assume the fetal
position and scream "NO! NO! It's those voices again!!!"
And last but not least:
15. Go into a fitting room, shut the door and wait a while and then yell
loudly "There's no toilet paper in here".
Every once in a while someone gets frustrated with us at the newsletter,
we handle that and move on. But once in awhile we also get positive feedback, we share
that with you because it is about all of you also! I dont share this because the
four of us need the feedback; we do this because we enjoy it. I share them with you
because I want you to realize that your input and what you share is enjoyed by many
classmates around the US!!! So here are a couple of the most recent e-mails we have
Again, I just wanted to let you guys know I think you are doing a great job and we are very fortunate to have such wonderful classmates!!!!
Brian and I are bringing little Hayden home for the holidays this year to see Grandma and Grandpa December 22 through December 29 and hopefully get together with the locals.
Keep up the great work you guys. I love to hear from you guys all the way down in Georgia. Somehow, it makes me feel close to home. Take care. Chris Doerr-Wood.
Lauri, Just wanted to drop you a note to say that I enjoy reading the newsletter every
month and think your doing an excellent job along with the rest that continue to put this
out. I would like to see if you could put our anniversary in next month's newsletter. My
wife, N. and I will have been married for 11 yrs on Nov. 14th. Thanks and I look forward
to the next issue.
Heres looking at you babe!!
We have some new photos! This site just continues to grow! Mike Dunn, Tom Gerhart and Brad Starck added a photo under the album called "Some of our Finest Moments", nice fish, and some very young boys!! That is a pretty old picture you guys! Dave Spargo also added a couple of photos to this album, they are of his Harley and his trip to Sturgis. Also, we have a new Holiday Album to check out, it is filled with wonderful pictures our children and our families. Thanks everyone for sending those in!
This month we have three recipes. Our first recipe is from Kaaren (Chase) White, it is a "yummy" recipe which is sure to please your holiday guests. The recipe is called Peanut Butter & Chocolate Bars. ENJOY!
Our second recipe is also a holiday recipe and comes from Dawn (Allmendinger) Nelson, it is for Chocolate Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies.
Our third recipe is for Chocolate Cream Trumpets and is compliments of Julie
(Mjolsness) Lindstrom. She said it is from the "Chocolate Mousse
cookbook" and describes it as a "French, rolled cookie, filled with Chocolate
Cream absolutely worth the effort."
Have fun cooking everyone!
Paula McGarvey-Buchman is looking for a recipe for fleishkuekla and knefla soup, can anyone help her? You can send them to me and I will forward them on to Paula. THANKS!
Life may not be the party we hoped for,
but while we are here we might as well dance.
(not sure who wrote this, it was on the end of an e-mail, I liked it!)
Happy Birthday to the following people! Scott is turning 42, everyone else is celebrating 41! Carla and Heidi share a birthdate, as do Paula and David, Shannon and Terri, Tim, Chris, and Rhonda.
Linda (Demke) Dietrich
Carla (Schumacher) Kelsch
Heidi (Krenz) Pflipsen
Connie (Hoovestal) Beierle
Paula (Springan) Wager
Susan (Wheeler) Trim
Kathy (Bailey) Erickson
Laurie (Brady) Wolf
Rhonda (Levin) Mendieta
Mary (Wolf) Dunn
Maren (Swenson) and Michael Waxenberg 7 years
Kevin and Mary Nelson - 12 years
Dave and Karen Horner 15 years
Pamela (Erhardt) and Charles Doll 16 years
Derrick and Tracy Lindemann 16 years
Mary Ann (Glatt) and Bruce Zelmer 21 years
Our sincerest congratulations to all of you!
Todd gives us his view, and he is ..
Compliments of Todd Jueth
Please note: Todds views are strictly his own. They are provided for our reading enjoyment and do not necessarily reflect the views of those associated with the Class of 81, its newsletter, or its website. Comments sent to me will be forwarded to Todd or you may e-mail him personally email@example.com Thanks, Lauri
Hey you, its the holiday season - getting ready for the holiday run, one more month in the year, then its 2004 where has time gone? Did you ever sit back and think about back then, that this is now. According to life back then, we thought there would be those George Jetson space ships flying around. I guess our kids will experience that era.
On to the good stuff. Our beloved Bismarck Demons played for the state championship in class AAA football and they _________________________lost! Sorry to bring the bad news but they just got beat by a magnificent team in West Fargo. Final score B.H.S - 21 West Fargo 45. Was a very close game into the 4th qtr. 21-24 West Fargo. But then West Fargo picked off not one, not two, but three B.H.S. passes and returned each one for a touch down. Oh well, that means basketball is about to begin and we will keep you posted on the progress of hoopville.
If you haven't been paying attention we asked for your picks on football in the beginning of the season, DID YOU SEND THEM IN? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. Well here is your last chance. To date, who has the best chance of winning the super bowl? We want to know - send them in now. The winner gets an all expenses paid trip to Wisconsin to spend a week with Laurie. (The all expense paid part is you pick up the tab, get it?)
Whats going on in Bismarck????????? Well, we are getting some snow off and on. The waterfowl season really never took off (Good thing you didn't make a special trip up here for it, Scott Beierle). The geese never really moved out of Canada and when they finally did we had a snowstorm and they just flew on by. If you live in Texas, hey they are coming your way, get down don't flare the flock!
What a great deer hunting season! We had 7 tags, 7 deer, but it was the great time we had. Glen Bosch attended our hunting party for the first time this year to help walk for deer. What a blast we had. We harvested our final deer at 1 p.m. that Saturday. Then put the guns away toured Carson, attended the county seat to sip on a couple of cold ones and just talked about old times - it was a good getaway. We slipped an old twenty in that gambling machine and pulled a $175.00 - bought the house a round which also included us and went on our merry old way. Yes, we had a designated driver.
The annual B.H.S Christmas party is December 26th at the Elks, so I hear. You know Im really going to try to be in attendance of that one. It doesn't matter where you are - hop a plane and get your butt up here. Lauri is buying the first round, and the second, and the third and so on, as a matter of fact, I heard she has an open tab at the place. No just kidding, bring your own money and have a great time with it, and your friends.
Another classic moment - Glen Bosch was recently out pheasant hunting. Glen gets out of the car to shoot a pheasant and wings the bird. The pheasant starts running away, Glen shoots again and misses. Glen is in full pursuit of the bird now, running as fast as he can, round and round in circles, reaches for another shell, but he's out of shells. Glen runs, and runs, and runs, finally picks up a rock and Ill be darned if he didn't hit that darn bird right in the head and killed it. I would have to say Mr. Bosch ran a quarter mile in circles. That boy is in pretty good shape for an old man.
Speaking of old men I will experience another birthday in a couple of days December 3rd,
1962 4:30 am, I came sliding in to the world. You do the math, but Im getting up
there, but what a great ride it has been so far blessed with a lot of things in my life.
Snow is a burglars worst enemy or he is just stupid. Recently, in Bismarck a 22-year-old was breaking in to a coke vending machine outside, once successful he took the money out of the machine and ran home. Well, when the police arrived they followed the tracks from the pop machine to the robbers house, and by god, there he was in the house with a hammer, coin holders, and bags of coins. To boot they took his shoes and matched the footprints in the snow. Now come on people if you want to be a criminal you gotta smarten up - don't run to your house right away. And, if you just ripped off a coke machine, at least peek out the window when somebody is knocking at your door when all of the evidence is sitting out in the open. He will get about two years to think about all of his mistakes at his current profession.
Michael Jackson is one sick puppy. Its been going on for years and it goes to show that if you have enough money you can buy your way out of anything. But the real troubling part is all the people that don't pay attention. Recently the police asked for people to call in if they had a child that was possibly molested by Jackson. Of course, I'm sure a few gold diggers are calling in but they have received 450 calls to date with possible ties to Jackson. Now, would you leave your child at Mikes house for a sleepover? I think not. Hopefully Mike gets prosecuted and he gets to spend some time with some really great guys at the pen and they can reenact their stories for each other.
My wife Vicky, daughters Amanda & Kelsey and I would like to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year. Stay safe, be careful of the flu bug, it sounds very bad this year, seems like a good year to get that flu shot. Hopefully see some of you at the Xmas bash. Remember, I can be bought, and will accept all Xmas gifts brought to the party for me.
CCCCCCCC-ya Merry Christmas
Ray Horner has let us know that the Front Page is no longer! It has
been torn down and is being replaced with an office building. I realize it was a terrible
eye sore, but boy do I have a lot of memories from my time in that bar! I learned a lot
about myself in those days, and have no regrets. That bar is where I grew up, shared many
wonderful nights with Deb Isaac and Kristi Backstrand and met darn near every available
guy in Bismarck! Boy, what great memories!!! Long life the Front Page and the memories
that were made there by all of us! L.
Stephen Gilbert was recently elected to the Bellevue Downtown Association Board of Directors. He was selected to chair the Bellevue Economic Partnership Recruitment Committee -- this is a partnership of the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce, the Bellevue Downtown Association, Port of Seattle, and City of Bellevue. He will be in charge of bringing Fortune 1000 companies to Bellevue. He says that many already ready have offices there, but they want to get the rest! GOOD JOB STEPHEN!
John Brintnell is finishing up his tenure with the Elks and has now become an official Shriner in the Bismarck Community.
Terry Lipp in no longer employed with Kohler. He is now employed by Ferguson Enterprises, doing Commercial Plumbing Sales. He is responsible for Eastern ND and Western MN.
Dawn (Allmendinger) Nelson has also made a job change. She is now employed by Creative You, a stamping and scrapbooking store in the Minneapolis area. The change has been nice, as it has given her more time at home with her boys.
Ray and Melissa Horner have decided to move back to Southern California in early 04. Ray received a wonderful offer from a company in Los Angeles, and they just cant pass it up! They hate to leave Bismarck, but sometimes you have to make a move in order to better yourself and your lifestyle. He promises to keep us posted of their whereabouts as soon as they make the move and get resettled. We wish them well!
Jim Joyce has been back in touch! He is now living in Beulah and is the Program Director/Operations Manager for KHOL AM. So if you are driving through the area and listening to the radio, you may hear a very familiar voice! Kinda like a blast from the past!
Deanna (Geisinger) Dailey was interviewed for a story which aired on the Weekend Today Show on September 6, 2003. The piece was about Social Anxiety Disorder and how it affects the lives of those who have it. The local NBC affiliate in Bismarck hooked into the national story and did a story on Deanna and her struggles with SAD.
Sherri (Nordstrom) Driscoll, Claire Gervias Blouin and Maren (Swenson)
Waxenberg celebrated Sherris 40th birthday in style! Sherri and Claire headed to
NY for a long weekend and caught up with Maren at the Union Café in NY, which is a trendy
little place with great cuisine. As Sherri tells it, "they were so busy getting
caught up, that they didn't notice that they had accidentally ordered the $200.00
champagne. Claire was buying, because it was my birthday, and she looked a little
distraught when the bill came...long story, but we did the "we're from N.D.
thing" and I can pull off dumb blond pretty well any time any place.....they took it
off our bill and it really made the night!" They had a great time in NY, they ran
in Central Park, saw a couple of great shows, and the dining and martinis were the best
part! Sherri also said that Maren is well, she has become a real "native New
Happy Holidays! Sorry, I don't have any great news or advice to share. But, I have a story to share .My oldest son turned 21 this last August and he was telling me all about the drinking games that they play now. It made me think about the ones we used to play. My favorite was Passout. I sent my husband out to Spencers Gifts to pick one up, and a few of my sisters and I got together one night to show my son how to play. Needless to say, I think we thought it was more fun than my son did. He thought it was unfair because we remembered most of the tongue twisters. I think maybe we played that game a few too many times. Sometimes it's pretty funny to think about the things we pass on to our kids. We've lived in MN for almost 15 years and whenever we go back to Bismarck, we hit the Big Boy for pizza burgers flying style and fries and gravy. Now even when they go to Bismarck without me, they go to the Big Boy. The funny thing is, the food isn't really that great. Or at least my husband tells me it's not that great! Take care Lauri, and keep up the great work with the newsletter.
News from Oklahoma .Not much really going on here. We will spend Thanksgiving in Las Vegas with Robert's family. Southwest Airlines has finally been touched by the downturn in the economy. They will consolidate 9 reservation centers down to 6, closing Little Rock, Dallas, and Salt Lake City. Approx. 1900 employees will relocate, retire, or separate from the company. Some will move here. We are keeping our spirits up and try to be positive. Boys are doing well in school. Christopher's science project will be about video games ~ Do video games increase your heart rate? DUH!! Guess it's a boy thing!
Here are some of our holiday traditions The kids always get new PJ's which they open on Christmas Eve. The rest of the gifts wait for Christmas morning. They also have one gift that they hunt for with 3 or 4 notes around the house to help them find it. I also am again making lefse for the Okies. I work with a few NoDakers who like the reminder of holidays up north. I have a great recipe from an Uncle who just passed away a few weeks ago. I, of course have all the proper tools and it's fun for the kids to help out. I have much to be thankful for ~ a job I love, healthy, happy kids, lots of family (though far away) and a pretty great life... That's about it from here... Hope all is well up North...Take care..Keep in touch... Happy Holidays! JoLyne (Wilson) Palumbo
Prayers of Support
Please remember Scott and Jean Dunn-Gefroh this month in your thoughts and prayers. Scott had an aortic value replacement in Rochester in mid-November. As you can read below, he is doing well, but could still use your thoughts and prayers as he continues to recover from surgery.
Good luck Scott, stay strong, keep the faith and get well quickly!
Hello! I wanted to let you know that Scott is getting along OK. The surgery of course is over; and he is (in the opinion of all of the experts) doing very, very well! I can't believe that exactly since he feels like he has been hit by a train; but we totally trust the experts, and MAN do they seem like the best of the best here. We have found out that the bicuspid aortic valve that he was told about turned out to be a uni-valve after they got in there and located it etc. WOW! The doctor said; "That valve had to go!" We feel very blessed.
Everyone's thoughts and prayers have been felt and so very comforting. He will be here at St. Mary's Hospital for a few more days. He is already up and walking; and in wonderful spirits as all of you are used to. I am sitting at a computer in the 7th floor of the hospital in a library just for patients and their families. What a neat feature.
Well, thanks to each and every one of you for your unending encouragement, support and strength!! I cannot express the warmth you spread to both of us! I will continue to keep you posted-OK? Love, Jean Dunn-Gefroh
November 30th update:
I wanted to make sure that we had current news concerning Scott, so I called them. Scott answered the phone in his usually jovial manner! He mentioned that they had returned home on Thanksgiving Day, a perfect Thanksgiving Day for their family. He was glad to be home, enjoying the time with his kids, feeling pretty darn good, considering the circumstances, and having a hard time sitting still! Jean has to keep reminding him that he can not do everything at this moment-that he needs time to heal! He plans on returning to work on January 5th and is hoping to join us at the Elks on December 26th.
He also thanks everyone for their continued prayers and support!!
Our sincerest sympathies to Scott and Lori (Schneider) Westbrook and
Scotts mother, Elsie, passed away in Bismarck on November 26.
Tim Jensen, Kenny Horner, Todd Jueth, Jim Joyce, Jim Larsen,
Cheryl (Weichel) Streifel, Megan (Gerboth) Affa, Tammy (Lund) Reis, Marla (Helm) Stockert, Mark Hansen, and Terry Lipp.
If you would like any of the new info., contact me!
UPDATE: Those are red have been located! To all of you who sent in correct information, made phone calls, checked alumni books, etc., THANK YOU!
Your help is greatly appreciated!
Donald Grenz, everything in the reunion book is wrong
Karen Anderson - ND, ? phone, ? address
Troy Bailey- ? address, no phone
Beth (Nelson) Schumacher- ? address, no phone
James Barth- ? address, phone is wrong in the reunion book,
Paul Mundell- ? address, no phone
Anthony Roll- wrong number
Robin Diede- no phone, ? address, no e-mail
Brenda (Remmick) Baumann- no phone, ? address
Tim Mattis-phone is disconnected
Sandra Schumacher- ? address, no phone
Rita (Ziegler) Keller - ? address, phone is disconnected
David Gelvin-no clues
Eileen Dosch - ? address, phone is disconnected
Wendy (Halpern) Tippett-is the Dallas area somewhere
Penny (Slavik) Meier-phone is disconnected, ? address
Mary (Sweeney) Crompton - phone is disconnected, ? address
Kathy Wilson - no phone listed,
Wade Marsh-in Phoenix, Az, maybe in Mesa, no real clues
Laurie Paul - no phone number, though we do have a confirmation on her address.
Joyce Sperle- ? address, no phone number
Lori Wenger- ? address, no phone number
Timothy Steckler-? address, no phone
Richard Hoffman - ? address, no phone
Janet (Cripe) Laudenslager-no phone number
Karla Gallagher-? address, no phone number
David Gregware-? address, no phone
Jim Grenz- no phone number
Carla Hanson - no phone number
Roberta (Hellwig) Rivera - ? address, no phone
Gayle Johnson - ? address, no phone
Marilyn (Meidinger) Lysford - ? address, no phone
Laura Minar - ? address, no phone
Sandy (Unruh) Frieze - no phone
Andrew Prussing -? Address, no phone
Debra (Freadhoff) Berger- ? address, no phone
Charles (CD) Johnson
Lorraine White Eagle
If you guys are reading this could you please get in touch with me! Your addresses have
changed, your phone numbers are disconnected, your e-mail boxes are full, or we have no
clues on how to contact you! I am trying very hard to keep everyone in the loop and
my information up to date! Thanks very much! Lauri
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT, WHERE DO YOU WANT TO SEE US GO?
We are having great fun doing this for all of you every month! We are more than welcome to your ideas! Feel free to let us know your thoughts and impressions on where you would like this newsletter to go or what you would like to know more about! Also, if you are willing to be interviewed, contact us, we would love to hear from you! See you next month! Lauri, Dan, Todd and Wendy keckmann@packersrock