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 Information which we feel is intended to be negative, class polarizing, mean-spirited will not be published at this site.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 58, October 2005


Hi everyone,

Wow! We have 33 classmates mentioned in this newsletter this month, easily a record for us! Awesome involvement, I'm so proud! Thanks isn't enough everyone!

The news from our classmates never ceases. There is sure a lot to share again this month. We have had classmates who survived the Hurricanes, we heard from a "missing Demon", he is back on our team and ready to bring us all up to date on the changes in his life, and many shared tidbits about their lives.

This new format seems to be working well for all of us! We still have lots of news to share, I have a little more time on my hands to do other things, and Dan loves his reduced workload! And, no complaints from anyone-incredible!

We hope all is well with everyone, thanks for sharing everyone and a special thanks to Dean and Wade for doing interviews this month-much, much appreciation everyone!!

Have a great fall! Lauri, Dan, and Wendy


The Death of a Bismarck Demon

It is always with great sadness that we report the death of a classmate. It was reported in the Bismarck Tribune on Sept. 23, 2005 that Mark Werner, 42, passed away in Walla Walla, WA on Sept. 5th. Mark went to school with us at Bismarck High during our sophomore year. He attended St. Mary's in his earlier years. He leaves behind his wife, Lisa and four children. Our deepest sympathies to his family and friends.

As reported in the Bismarck Tribune on Sept. 23, 2005
Mark Werner, 42, Vancouver, Wash., formerly of Bismarck, died Sept. 5 2005, at a Walla Walla, Wash., hospital. Services were held Sept. 9 at St. John's Catholic Church, Vancouver. He will be laid to rest at 11 a.m. PST today, Sept. 23, at Evergreen Memorial Gardens Cemetery.

Mark was born Jan. 13, 1963, in Bismarck, the son of Jeanne Devine and the late Leo B. Werner. He attended St. Mary's Grade School and Bismarck High School. He entered the U.S. Army in 1980. He was stationed out of Fort Louis, Wash., and also spent a year in Germany. He was honorably discharged in 1983. In 1987, he moved to Morton, Wash., where he got a job planting trees and met his wife, Lisa. At the time of his death he was co-owner of Alacrity Siding.

Mark loved fishing, hunting, and just relaxing in the great outdoors. Mark and his family made several trips back to Bismarck over the Fourth of July. "Mark, it won't be the same without you."

Mark is survived by his wife, Lisa; his four children, Gary, Blaise, Natalie and Benjamin; his mother and stepfather, Jeanne and Steve Devine, Fargo; his brother and sister-in-law, Jim and Shelley, Bismarck; his nephew and niece, Tyler and Kali, Bismarck; his grandmother, Katherine Werner; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.

Preceding him in death were his father, Leo; and his son, Blake.
"Mark, you will be dearly missed. We love you; God bless you."


"In-depth and Personal with…Dean Wolf"

Name: Dean Wolf
Career/occupation: SGT First Class ND Nat'l Guard
Home: Bismarck, ND
Family: Wife/Debbie (Hoffman-CHS 81), Daughter/Danielle(15), Son/Drew(12)
Spouses occupation: Operations Coordinator Border States Electric
If applicable, how did you and your spouse meet? Church
Greatest accomplishments: Staying Married, surviving two deployments
What do you have in your pockets: Chapstick and not my wife's hands
Fantasy (or reality) job: Powerball Winner
Latest book you've read: Enlistment Criteria (yes, I need a life)
Favorite music/musicians: Classic Rock - REO, Van Halen, Def Lep
Recommended movies: Action Type not like what my wife likes
Where have you traveled? Germany/South West Asia
Favorite place to vacation? Any place you would recommend? Disney World
Favorite foods: Everything but coconut
Hobbies/second career: Hobbies- racquetball, hunting, fishing, biking
Second Career: Roofer, anything that does not have to do with the military.
Pet peeves: People that talk on their cell phones and try to drive!!!!!
Memories of BHS (good ones): Choir, Drama Plays, Having Fire Dept show up from the smoke in the Power Tech Class in the basement.
Who were some of the people you hung out with? Kent Schock, Larry Kessler, John Bales, Scott Carlson, Leroy McCormick, Tim Haas.
Favorite teachers at BHS and why: Was their such a thing?
Favorite high school hang-outs: Capital Grounds/Happy Joe's


"In-depth and Personal with…Wade Marsh"

Name: Wade Marsh
Career/occupation: Phospholuminescent lamp production
Mesa, Arizona
Married, three children, One stepchild
Spouses occupation: State of Arizona ( Dept of economic security)
Greatest accomplishments: My daughter Cassandra, son Tyler, & daughter Brianna
People whom you admire and why:
All parents that have raised children and survived it!
What do you have in your pockets: Lint and receipts for money I almost had
Fantasy (or reality) job: Bass tour (fantasy of course)
Latest book you've read:
Everything by Louis LaMoure, and Zane Grey
Favorite music/musicians: Black Label Society, AC-DC, Nickelback, pretty much any rock
Recommended movies: Anything that keeps you guessing and in suspense
Favorite cities and why? Bismarck, N.D. for the people and memories that I cherish and miss.
Where have you traveled? Mexico, Canada, 26 out of the 50 states. Possibly going to China for 8 weeks in the spring. (work related) L
Favorite place to vacation? Any place you would recommend? Cabo San Lucas or Rocky Point.
Favorite foods: Chinese, Mexican
Hobbies/second career: Tournament Bass fishing every month with practice fishing on the other weekends.
Pet peeves: Bad drivers
Memories of Bismarck (good ones): Pretty much all of my memories of Bismarck are good. I had real good friends that anyone would have been lucky to have.
Memories of BHS (good ones): Hate to admit it, but I don’t remember a whole lot of the junior year J
Who were some of the people you hung out with? Duane, Rodney, Randy, Eddie, Dale, Kenyon, Rick, Dan, Stuart, and others, but there is not enough room to list them all.
Were you involved with any extra curricular activities, if so what? No, I was too lazy to practice for sports and too greedy not to work.
Favorite teachers at BHS and why: My favorite 2 teachers were at Wachter….Mr. Klipfel and Mr. Anderson.
Favorite high school hang-outs: Anywhere along the river


Hurricane Update

Well, the Hurricane season isn't over yet, but with the exception of Sue (Wheeler) Trim the rest of our classmates have faired okay. Unfortunately, we can't say that about the rest of that region.

Myra (Kordonowy) LeCaptain, FL., is still attempting to clean up their property after experiencing three hurricanes in less than one year. In TX, Dan Raszler, Victor Pfund, Sue (Wheeler) Trim evacuated when Hurrican Rita took aim at their communities. I have yet to hear from Dan, Victor found that they had tree damage, but Susan has damage to her home, no landscaping left, and a lot of clean-up to do in order to move on with their lives. Mark Walker, who lives Northwest of Houston received little or no damage and sent these comments. "Wendy and I are fine after returning from brother Mike's home in Bloomington Minnesota. We had been vacationing and fortunately Mike extended his hospitality a little longer....although I was rapidly becoming "Cousin Eddy" drinking his fine Pilsner and firing up his grill at will. We continuously counted our blessings as we watched things unfold. I can assure you the evacuation of Houston Texas is in the word of one friend of mine "Biblical". Better viewed from CNN 1200 miles north." Michele (Gross) Ferguson, who live northwest of Houston also received very little damage and Keith Remmich who lives south of Houston, was very lucky this time around.

If you haven't taken the time to do something for others, this is a great time to do it! My 8 year old, Rachel, collected can goods, blankets and money and was able to donate 7 large apple boxes full of groceries, baby supplies, school supplies and over 100.00 to the Red Cross. She even packed one stuffed animal into every box of supplies that she collected. She figured those kids needed something to hug every night! Nice to see that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.



Thanks to everyone who responded to our little reunion survey! Sounds like many of you are ready to celebrate 25 years, visit with classmates and relive the glory days! No specific plans have been made, but it is being discussed and as soon as I know something, you will all know! I promise!

"I personally would like to see a 25th since I couldn’t be there for the 20th. I’ve visited w/Tammy about it and even it would just be a simple afternoon picnic type thing at Saratoma, that would be fun. I wouldn’t think you’d have to plan an entire weekend. But – like I said, I’d go" Mary (Falhsing) Olsen

"Would be happy to help with the reunion! Anything you need…Let me know", Dana (Scheck) Becker

"I'm up for whatever the group decides, still living here so can help out with some planning....what are you hearing back from the rest of the group?" Jean Walton

"Let us know if you need some help with the 25th reunion. I am sure Gordy would be willing to help." Sue and Gordy Greinsteiner

"We would attend for sure!" Sherri Nordstrom Stastny

"Would love to see everyone again, and would do what I can to help with a 25th reunion." Laura McDaniel

"We need a 25-year--or a 30-year reunion. Either one is a good idea, as long as we don't wait until the 50th year reunion." Regards, DRian (formerly Doug Rian Arnts)

"I am all for it Lauri. If it's decided that we do this, let me know what I
can do to help out!" Tammy (Eckroth) Haid

"I think it is a great idea. I would and want to help as much as I can. I am still in school full time which is going to eat me alive not being able to help as much as I want to, but I will still do what I can." Tammy (Schlinger) Siems

"Yep I would be willing to help out. If the Elks works great, if you would like to meet somewhere else, that would be fine also. I think a banquet is a little too serious for us old folks. But sitting around and talking would be great. When were you thinking of doing this might help me come up with some alternative fun. You and Dan keep up the good work." John Brintnell and Penny (Berquist) House

"If there is a reunion, I will be there." Sheri (Halbakken) Martin



Wade Marsh recently found himself on our missing list! He decided he didn't want to be a "missing demon" any longer, so he did an interview, sent us this update and has since joined us online. Welcome home Wade!

"I'm living in East Mesa, Arizona. Recently bought a new home, travel a lot with my 5th wheel, and I like to fish bass tournaments every month. I am working for a large corporation in Arizona and I plan on coming up for the 30-year reunion. I am pretty sure of all of this because that is me. I was surfing the web and came across the reunion photos and decided that I didn't like being one of those "Missing Demons". Laurie got a hold of me back in '99 or so, but I lost her contact information when I moved to a new house. If you guys need any info. get a hold of me and I will give you whatever I can."

Here is a follow-up that he sent later in the week.

"I moved the week that you got a hold of me last time and lost a few boxes of stuff which included many addresses and phone numbers. I have tried a few times to get a hold of some old friends, but was unable to do so.

My new address is in Mesa, AZ 85204. I got married on 2/2/02 (picked that date so all I would have to remember is 2). I am working for Rogers Corporation and have been there for about six years now. My job consists of sitting on my butt and making sure my production team stays awake. Sometimes I actually help too. Seriously, we are the leading manufacturer of Electroluminescent lamps in the world and growing very fast. If you have a cell phone, computer, or satellite system.....I got to see it before you did :-)

I am currently fishing with a group of anglers that hold monthly tournaments. The group is called Arizona Anglers. We are a competitive family fishing club. I was elected to the board of director's three years ago and still am serving, also I became the editor this past year. Last year I placed 6th in the run for angler of the year. I feel that was pretty good for only my second year of tournament fishing. Currently I am in 5th place for angler of the Year in 2005. The fishing has been awful this year but we are still having fun.

If you want a rundown on the kids and wife and other boring stuff, let me know. Otherwise I will write you volumes about bass fishing and send photos to back it up."

Here’s looking at you babe

Wally and Tammy (Schlinger) Siems son, Corey Neff, got married this past summer, a big day for everyone! She sent us some pictures, which can be found at our kodakgallery.com (formerly ofoto.com) site and this update.
Photos were uploaded to the "Classmates 2005" album.

"Laurie here are some pictures of Corey and Nicole's wedding. It was on May 28th, 2005 on a hot, humid, beautiful day in Jamaica. They got married standing on the beach with the ocean behind them. There were 27 people that flew to Jamaica for the wedding, his brother Chad was the best man and her friend Kayla was the maid of honor. I did really well during the ceremony but when we went up to congratulate them I bawled like a blubbering idiot and Wally had tears too. We flew into Jamaica on Thursday May 26th and flew back to Fargo on June 2nd. We then had to go up to Grand Forks on Friday to get ready for the reception, dinner and dance on June 4th. Chad turned 21 at midnight which he had no trouble celebrating. Everything went great and fun was had by all."

Does Anyone Remember???

Sheri Halbakken was wondering if anyone remembers a Kristi Buffone? Any idea where she went? Any family members? If so, let me know and I will pass the info. onto Sheri.


"The Big Dog Vacation"
compliments of Tom Gerhart

Kims cousins drove out to visit us & tour DC.

Had an old 40ft AirStream RV. Use to belong to Big Dog Country Radio in Valley City. Still had a cool pic of a Big Dog & the Words Big Dog on it. Sounded like the RV in Xmas Vacation.

On the way to DC had a blowout. Tire shop said 4-5hrs. So we all 20 (10 cousins & my family of 10) of us crowed into the waiting room. Had a new tire in 20 minutes.

In DC I had to park about 3 miles away. Told the relatives I would pick them up at front door of Air & Space @ 5pm so that way they wouldn't have to walk another 3 miles.

On the way to pick them up I was looking for a place to make a legal left turn & was suddenly surrounded by 3 DC police cars. DC police said busses (I thought it was an RV) were not allowed on this road (to close to the capital) searched RV for bombs. Asked to see reg & license. Asked why my name wasn't on reg. I said it was wives relatives. Asked whose name was on reg. I said, I didn't know because relatives borrowed RV from neighbor. Police were ready to hand cuff me at that point. Was able to call relatives on cell & vouch story.

On the way home the bell housing on the tranny cracked. $4k for repair shop, so found a used tranny & replaced it in my driveway for $350

Was a memorable visit. Enjoy Tom Gerhart

Dorothy (Reisenauer) Kosse
had the luxury of taking two business trips this past summer. Below are her highlights. "Hi Lauri, sorry I have not contributed much. I do not work on our computer much. I think I get tired of it from work. I had two trainings this summer for work that I had to go too. One was Boston which is very interesting to see and I also was at Las Vegas which is totally amazing. I think both places are spots people should go to see if and when they can. Las Vegas was very amazing. I stayed at the Monte Carlo on the strip and I have a sister down there and she showed me around the strip and the old Freemont Drive which is the old main strip of Las Vegas like you see in the old movies. I walked through the Baligio which was filmed in Oceans 11 and walked through the Ceasars Palace which I did not get all the way through. And yes I did try a few slot machines but did not waste a lot of money. I would suggest people trying these spots for vacation. It is a different world from good old North Dakota."

Sheri Halbakken and her husband, RC Washington also took a little vacation recently, here is her update!

"RC and I went on a mini vacation to the Smokey Mtns. Words cannot express the beauty of the mountains. I will enclose some pics. We went on a helicopter ride through the mtns for 30 mins. The next day we went horseback riding through the mountains for 2 hrs.

Our cabin was fully stocked and very comfortable and situated up in the
mountains outside of Pigeon Forge.

We spend one day in Gatlinburg cruising the "strip" and visited Hard Rock Cafe for refreshments. We ran across two locals that offered us Moonshine soaked strawberries. As tempting as that sounds, we said "no thanks" and went on our way.

Of course you have to have the old tyme photo taken. The photographer wasn't too happy that I wanted to hold the Jaegermister bottle verses a Jack Daniels , Southern Comfort or Jim Beam, but I am stubbord and that is my poison of choice."
Take care, Sheri


Steve Gilbert has let us know that he is no longer with Pacific Real Estate Partners. He has accepted a new position as the Economic Development Manager for the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce. So far it has been very successful. They have brought Symetra Financial to Bellevue (1,000 jobs), Wells Fargo Home Mortgage (100 jobs) and Eddie Bauer is moving their headquarters here (600 jobs) which is kicking off the next new high-rise in downtown Bellevue. Steve add this "Not sure what I can do to top my first month on the job = )." You can check things out at: www.bellevuechamber.org and www.bellevueadvantage.com.

Ginny Siaki-Desbain is on the move! She has sold her house in OK and was headed to AZ by mid-August. Their new home was not ready yet, but after six weeks in an apartment with two dogs and a cat, they will be very excited to move in when it is finished in early-October!

Bryon Weichel is still in the Middle East. The heat is not a problem for him; he is getting used to the 120-degree days! He is also getting used to all those sandstorms. But, hey who is complaining? He hopes to be home by mid-October and of course always has to end with his usual - "GO VIKINGS!"


John Brintnell and Penny (Bergquist) House are ready to put the rumors to rest. Yes, they are seeing each other exclusively! They are both very happy and looking forward to blending their families and building a new live together!


Kristi (Backstrand) and her husband, Dean Learn are now performing with a Christian Band called "Sounds of Faith". Kristi sings, her husband plays the guitar, and hopefully some day soon their son will join them with his violin. This band performs at the contemporary service on Wednesday evenings at Faith Lutheran Church in Bismarck. Kristi has also become very
involved with the youth programs in their church.


Randy Bailey is back! It has been a while since Randy shared one of his outdoor stories with us! As always it's filled with trials and tribulations and makes me wonder why he continues to do these types of activities! Enjoy!

HIKE: Appalachian Trail:West Harford to Norwich VT: 06/11/05
Hikers: Mark, Millie, Stacy, Drew, & Randy (& dogs)
Miles: 10.0
Duration: 6 hrs
Best Quote: Millie, "in case any of you are interested, June 21th is naked hiker day..."
Mark, (in jest to Millie) "did you hear the pope died..."

The main objective of this hike was to meet-up with a real live thru-hiker, Millie, who has walked the Appalachian Trail (AT) 1700 miles since February. We drove along the White River on Hwy #14 for a few miles looking for Millie or the AT crossing. After exploring a couple side roads we looked back down the Hwy and saw her walking in our direction. (To think that she walked there from all the way from Georgia, wow!). Mille has the weathered outdoorsy look of a thru hiker with the appropriate amount of dirt and a knife hanging from her shoulder strap.

After some formalities we grabbed our packs and continued on-foot down the hwy, which to my surprise is the AT. We took a turn onto Tigertown road and started a gradual ascent on pavement. It was only 10AM but it was already very hot in direct sun and I began to wonder if the temps were going to be too much for the dogs. By the time we hit the trees both dogs were suffering. It was cooler under the forest canopy and the pups were able recovered as we walked.

The forest trail was winding single track, which climbed moderately for a couple hundred feet of elevation gain. We then dropped back down about the same distance and crossed Podunk Brook, a rather wide brook. (This up and down pattern was repeated frequently throughout the day.) After cresting a couple of ridges in this manner we began a longer thousand-foot climb to the "Happy Hill" AMC hut. Here we dined on sandwiches while the bugs dined on us. Unfortunately most of my mosquito repellant had long since sweated away. Drew, Stacy, and I were finally driven away from the hut and we went on ahead of Mark & Mille, who would follow shortly.

As we walked I became unusually chatty and managed to march right past an intersection in the trail. Rather that hiking the AT, we were now on the Tucker Trail (to God knows where). After about 10 minutes of looking for AT markers (white blazes) we realized our mistake, and doubled back. Due to the diversion, Mark and Millie where now well ahead of us and were moving quickly in an attempt to catch us.

The three of us followed the ridge eastward toward the Connecticut River. The contour of the ridge provided a wooded rolling trail with very few views. We were able to see out across the valley on only one occasion. The single track ended pretty much as it had started, on-pavement. Mark was waiting for us where it dumped out on the road. The road descended for a few hundred feet and bottomed out in Norwich VT. Mark and Mille had been there for nearly an hour.

This was my first hike in Vermont. It was pretty hot, but I didn't mind the heat nearly as much as the mosquitoes, which were thick in places. A few more scenic overlooks would have been nice. Randy

Beanie Babies Anyone?

Linda (Sprenger) Kurtz was wondering if anyone was interested in Beanie Babies? They have an extensive collection and they are all in mint condition with their tag. If anyone is interested in more information, let me know, and I will forward your e-mail onto Linda.

Prayers are Needed!

JoLyne (Wilson) Palumbo and her husband Robert are looking for prayers! Robert recently received a liver transplant and prayers of support are needed as he recovers from this incredible life saving event!

JoLyne sent us this update on September 14th.
"Robert is doing GREAT! It has been 1 month since his surgery. He was only in ICU 36 hours and out of the hospital in 8 days. All the staples have been removed and he is healing really well. He is "down to" 6 medications a day. We are SO BLESSED and grateful. It has been a long process but I feel we got off so lucky. Some of the other people who were there at the same time have such heartbreaking stories ~ 2 weeks in ICU, 4 months in the hospital, one person had to be re-transplanted, people coming from NM and AR for surgery staying weeks at a time in a strange town. So much to be grateful for~~~~"

Prayers are still needed for Dean and Val (Gossert) Bondeson, class of 1980. They are both recovering from substantial injuries that they received in a motorcycle accident in mid-August. Dean is home now, and Val is still hospitalized and receiving therapy. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers during these difficult days.


Our deepest sympathies to Paula (McGarvey) Buchman and her family. Paula's mom, Mrs. Fried, a former teacher at Northridge passed away on Sept. 1st, 2004, in Bismarck.

Our deepest sympathies to Wally and Sandy Keller. Wally's brother,
Fred Keller, passed away in Bismarck on July 6th.

Our deepest sympathies to the BHS class of 1980. Their classmate, Gregory Eugene Elhard, died in Seattle on July 24 following an automobile accident.

Our deepest sympathies to Jeffrey Seifert and his family.
His mother, Dorothy, passed away in Bismarck on August 14.


October Birthdays

Happy 43rd birthday to Rod Wetsch, Daniel Pavlik, Byron Weichel,
Shari (Janke) Schmidt, and Paula (McGarvery) Buchman.

Happy 42nd birthday to Beth (Wheeler) Greff, Ray Wangler, Laurie (Zacher) Savageau, Kent Kambeitz, Tim Jensen, Mark Peltz, DeAnn (Flowers) Fields, Sheri (Nordstrom) Stastny, Jon Kuehl, Doug Rian, Duane Jahner, and Kent Schock.

November Birthdays

Happy 44th birthday to Dorothy (Reisenauer) Kosse.

Happy 43rd birthday to Kelly (Weigel) Barak, Tari (Andrusak) Fettig, Lori (Ford) Moore, Wendy (Rios) Bosch, Bob (Buchholz Raber, Jane (Bechtle) Melchoir, Martha Gilchrist, Wanda (Ferderer) Dvorsak, Delilah (Wald) Jamison, Beth (Loos) Johnson, Kelly (Falconer) Johnson, Mark Walker, Randy Fischer, Dan Raszler, and Jerry Lantz,

Happy 42nd Birthday to Donna Harris

December Birthdays

Happy 44th birthday to Scott Brandt.

Happy 43rd birthday to Linda (Demke) Dietrich, Carla (Schumacher) Kelsch, Heidi (Krenz) Pflipsen, Paige Jones, Connie (Hoovestal) Beierle, Paula (Springan) Wager, David Spargo, Susan (Wheeler) Trim, Shannon Sailer, Terri Benson, Lew Harter, Kathy (Bailey) Erickson, Laurie (Brady) Wolf, Tim Williams, Christopher Horne, Rhonda (Levin) Mendieta, Kay (Scott) Cataldo, Jay Yeager, LeRoy Gross and Mary (Wolf) Dunn.

We hope you have a wonderful day!



October Anniversaries
Melody (Carlson) and Troy Karlberg -22 years
Bob (Buchholz) and Linda Raber - 20 years
Rob and Wendy Fontenot - 19 years
Julie (Msjolness) and Brent Lindstrom - 15 years
Lauri (Reed) and Kevin Eckmann -15 years
Tammy (Pettis) and Marvin Sine - 6 years
Sheri (Halbakken) and RC Washington -1 year

November Anniversaries
Brenda (Buechler) and John La Fromboise - 24 years
Jane (Bechtle) and Frank Melchoir -22 years
Ray and Joyce Wangler - 17 years
Keith and Nina Remmich -13 years

December Anniversaries
Mary Ann (Glatt) and Bruce Zelmer - 23 years
Pamela (Erhardt) and Charles Doll - 18 years
Derrick and Tracy Lindemann - 18 years
Dave and Karen Horner - 17 years
Kevin and Mary Nelson - 14 years
Maren (Swenson) and Michael Waxenberg - 9 years
Mary (Fahlsing) and Craig Olsen - 1 year
Linda (Sprenger) and Jeff Kurtz - 1 year

Our sincerest congratulations to all of you!

New Phone, New E-Mail Addresses, and

New Postal Addresses

Christopher Horne, Stephen Gilbert, Steve P. Kubisiak, Mary (Falhsing) Olsen, Gordie Grensteiner, Jody Ismir, Sandra (Johnson) Johs, Shelly (Gable) Kostelecky, Wade Marsh, Monte Knudson, Lori (Jamison) Greer, Penny (Berquist) House, John Brintnell, Bruce Sanborn, Tom Moser, Julie (Rask) Fladeland, Leilani (Balkowitsch) Sackman, Sheri (Nordstrom) Stastny, Delilah (Wald) Jamison, Doug Thomas, Craig Bitner, Karla (Berhardt) Larson, Wendy (Rios) Bosch, Alan Bain, and Randy St. Germain.

If you would like any of the new info., contact me!


We are having great fun doing this for all of you! 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 time! Lauri, Dan, and Wendy keckmann@packersrock