LAST NAME FIRST NAME  (Spouse) Bio   STREET ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE1 PHONE2 EMAIL  
ABBOTT JAMES E. (Mary)       8677  Iris Street Arvada CO 80005 303.423.1818   JimMaryAbb@comcast.net  
ACKER-ADKINS BERNADETTE       4104 Fortune Ave. Las Vegas NV 89107 702.870.6673   BAdkins263@aol.com  
ALLAIRE-PECKHAM BARBARA                   Dinohide@aol.com  
ALLEN JEFF   xx[1]   700 Briggs Avenue #59 Pacific Grove CA 93950 831.646.8169   jeffallen@redshift.com  
AMOROUS-LODIN ANGELA (Don)   xx[2]   13751 Holt Ave North Tustin CA 92705 714.730.0433   angelalodin@earthlink.com  
ARRIGHETTI-MARTINEZ BARBARA       612  Ortiz  NE Albuquerque NM 87108 505.266.0679      
ASHBY-JOHNSTON JOHONNA (Parkie D.)       13300 Mtn Shadow Rd NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.294.6751   parkie.johnston@gmail.com  
ASHER LEA   xx[3]   6339Mountford Drive San Jose CA 95123 917.304.1236   leatrice4@gmail.com  
ATKINSON JOHN  (Monica)       3129 W. Oaklyn Avenue Tampa FL 33609 813.871.5174   atkinson@tampabay.rr.com  
ATKINSON-DAVIS ROSANN (Ralph)       6945 Marshall Rd Lewisville NC 27023 336.945.2602   rosjdavis@earthlink.net  
BACA ALBERT  (Saradan)       4393 Leston Ave Huber Heights OH 45424 937.236.0782   ab4393@hotmail.com  
BAKER  PAT       3432 CR 308 Caldwell TX 77836     Bakerpat@hughes.net  
BALLEW JERRY (Rena)    [4]   78 Desert Mountain Road Placitas NM 87043 505-867-4553 505.620.8115 blwjer8@gmail.com  
BARTICK DON (Arline)    [5]   22465 Casa de Carol Ramona CA 92065 760.789.3773   don_arline@msn.com  
BEATTY PAUL  E (Bernie)    [6]   1413  Dakota  NE Albuquerque NM 87110 505.266.2028 505.266.7747 pdjnz5@comcast.net  
BECKNER ORRIN    [7]   773 26-1/2 Road Grand Junction CO 81506 970.242.2541 970.250.0478 0b1@bresnan.net  
BENSON LINN (Mona)    [8]   1 Hidden Springs Rd Napa CA 94558 707.422.2468   ldbenson39@aol.com  
BEZEMEK-FARMER MARCELLA       1116  Forrester  NW Albuquerque NM 87104 505.242.0137        
BIBEAU KEN       2606  General Marshall  NE Albuquerque NM 87112 505.298.2477      
BINGHAM ROGER       2211  Alexander St Oxnard CA 93033 805.483.7964   rogerbi@roadrunner.com  
BLANEY JERE       1308 Reisling Court Las Vegas NV 89144 702-734-1475   DeonBlaney@aol.com  
BLANKENSHIP-RUNCORN DONNA    [9]   5825  N  Camino  del Conde Tucson AZ 85718 520.299.4520 520.850.0026 wilrun@comcast.net  
BLAYDES GREG       5029 Morninglory Pl Highlands Ranch CO 80130 303.386.3089      
BLUE TODD (Judy)       5700 Aspen  NE Albuquerque NM 87110 505.266.1491      
BOBBIN WILBURN  L. (Margaret)       3890 Dust Commander Dr Cincinnati OH 45011 513.896.9001   wbobbin@cinci.rr.com  
BORING-MUDD GAYLE    [10]   2518 36th Street SE Puyallup WA 98374 253.848-9650 253.381.0739 lermud@msn.com  
BOYD-MCGUIRE DOROTHY       3139  E Green Street Pasadena CA 91107 626-796-5910   thais@weandersons.net  
BROWN JERRY D.       6068  Appleton  Rd  SW Albuquerque NM 87105 505.877.5868   brownj9326@wmconnect.com  
BROWN RON    [11]   6205  Vista Sierra  NW Albuquerque NM 87120        
BRUSKAS THOMAS       7628  Winter  NE Albuquerque NM 87110        
BRYCE-HORNER BETTY (Byron)       19354  Brookview   Dr. Saratoga CA 95070     bbhorner1@comcast.net  
BRYSON DON       332 Cheryl Ave Los Alamos NM 87544 505.672.2039   vette67@earthlink.net  
BURBRIDGE-LEMON JEANNE (Wayne)       505 Pueblo Drive Logan NM 88426 505.884.8476   jean@plateautel.net  
BURMEISTER-SOUZA BEE (Bob)       108 San Benancio Rd. Salinas CA 93908 831.484.1628   Beesouza@earthlink.net  
CARLSON ROGER  (Angie)    [12]   813 Los Arboles NW Albuquerque NM 87107 505.345.5126   rcarlson76@comcast.net  
CARLSON-SINE DORIS (Frank)    [13]   97 Trumbauersville Rd. Quakertown PA 18951 215.536.7092   dsine11@verizon.net  
CARPENTER SCOTT    [14]   2401 W. RT. 66 #53 Flagstaff AZ 86001 928.773.0373      
CARTER-PRAYTOR JACQUELINE ANN       9109 Clubhouse Road Pascaquola MS 39581 601.475.3097   AR2CM@aol.com  
CARUGNO-SOBBA NANCY (Dennis)    [15]   9620 Garvin Lane Jacksonville AR 20760 501.988.2458   LUCKYACRES@aol.com  
CASTLE NORM ( Leah)    [16]   331 West 1700 South Orem UT 84058 801.225.6656 801.358.656 normcastle@hotmail.com  
CELLA BILL       84 Ponderosa Place Jemez Springs NM 87025 505.829-4634   billcella@spinn.net  
CHALAMIDAS CONNIE    [17]   4207 Sunningdale NE Albuquerque NM 87110 505.256.7444      
CHALAMIDAS STEWART       12304 Casa Grande Albuquerque NM 87112        
CHAPPELL HARVE       2549  G 1/2 Road Grand Junction CO 81505 970.263.4796      
CHARLES GERRY, MD    [18]   738 Widgeon Foster  City CA 94404 650.345.7163 505.820.2356 Chas738@aol.com  
CHEETHAM JOHN (Marilyn Temple)       3802 Frontenac Pl Columbia MO 65203 573.446.0450   cheethamj@missouri.edu  
CHRISTY-NEELEY SHARON (Larry)    [19]   13451 Desert Hills Place Albuquerque NM 87111 505.299.0963   neelyabq@comcast.com  
CLARK MACK L.                   mackstop@aol.com  
CLAUSSEN-FANZONE SUE RAE (Carmen)       5114 Ranchito Ave. Sherman Oaks CA 91423 818.783-2363   film@promusic47.org  
CLINE-FARLEY LYNNE       Rolla  MO         Lynclar3639@yahoo.com  
CLINTON-JORDAN JANET    [20]   1735 S Oneida Street Denver CO 80224 303.759.9883   janetcjordan@comcast.net  
COATS GERRY (Manya Haile)       4625 Fargo San Diego CA 92117 619.272.3642   gdc4625@aol.com  
COE DONALD K. (Joan)    [21]   8607 Chambers Place NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.821.1477 505.250.9300 condorec@swcp.com  
COFFEE MARVIN (Neva)       4216 Vista del Sol Circle NW Albuquerque NM 87114 505.898.7833      
COLE-RAY PAT (Jack)       3105 Calle De Alamo NW Albuquerque NM 87104 505.345.9596   patray3105@aol.com  
COLLISTER DOUGLAS H.       8616 La Sala Del Sor NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.299.2723   dcollister@high-desert.com   
CONE SAMUEL ARTHUR       7129 Lisa Court NE Albuquerque NM 87110 505.884.4120   sa5cr@swcp.com  
CONLEY MARY ANN , Ph.D       5800 McLeod Rd NE Albuquerque NM 87109 505.888.4445   maconley@swcp.com  
CONSTAN-BUCHMILLER LILLY       3209 General Stillwell NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.293.7760      
CORNELISON-ALFANO SHIRLEY       7834 E. Rosewood St. Tucson AZ 85710 520.722.8360   shirley_skeex@yahoo.com  
CORNER GENE       3607 N Drexel Blvd Oklahoma City OK 73112 405.917.7478   genecorner@netzero.net  
COX GLENDEL    [22]   8600 Camino del Sol NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.821.3393      
CRABTREE-BALDWIN LOUISE       10041 SW  113 St Miami Fl 33176        
CRAWFORD GARY  DR.       2323 Delavina Ste. #102 Santa Barbara CA 93105 805.682.2267      
CROTTY MIKE (Sandy)       2413 Tramway Terrace Albuquerque NM 87122     crokoc@aol.com  
CUMERFORD-SUMRULD PAT (Ernest)       611 West Cliff Drive Euless TX 76039 817.283.7577   patsum1@comcast.net  
CUNDY RICHARD M.D. (Lynne)    [23]   2800 South  University #95 Denver CO 80210 303.753.0890 303.832.2658 Moanamin@aol.com  
DADIAN PAT    [24]   5332 Apollo Drive NW Albuquerque NM 87120 505.792.9515   pad1957@msn.com  
DAILY PAUL B.       17575 Rams Horn Grade Volcano CA 95689 209.296.6902   pdailey@volcano.net  
DAVIDSON GERI    [25]   8035 South 38th Way Phoenix AZ 85042 602.268.8644   dddrio@cox.com  
DAVIS-SAUL GAIL       1010 Spring Lake Drive Duncanville TX 75137 972.293.1241      
DEAN JOE (Karla)    [26]   5405 High Canyon Trail NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.828.0359 505.873.7400 jdean63@comcast.net  
DELL NORMAN       33 Oceanside Dr Daly City CA 94105 650.756.2529      
DEMPSEY PAMELA    [27]   1429 Adams NE Albuquerque NM 87110 505.255.3294   abqpam@aol.com  
DERR BILL    [28]   1417 Lafayette NE Albuquerque NM 87106 505.268.9641 505.344.0666    
DODD NANCY       P.O. Box 2159 Los Lunas NM 87031 505.866.1787   ives3@earthlink.net  
DOSSEY-MARTIN DARLYN (Charles)    [29]   1510 Kendolph Denton TX 76205 940.382.2035   cmartin@unt.edu  
DOTSON PATSY       Rancho Barranca Big Sur CA 93920 408.667.2614   pdotson@nepenthebigsur.com  
DOUGLASS-CARLSON MARILYN (Jack)    [30]   1413 Avolencia Drive Fullerton CA 92835     Carlson526@aol.com  
DOVE HARVEY    [31]   2 San Juan Trail Corrales NM 87048 505.792.4204   doveduo@juno.com  
DUFAULT DAVE (Val)       1008 34th Ave Nw Salem OR 97304 503.365.7753   vdufault@msn.com  
DUKE-LETHEM SANDRA       813 Wellesley Drive NE Albuquerque NM 87106 505.266.6998   lethemsl@comcast.net  
DUNCAN BOB    [32]   39 Cactus Ranch Road Edgewood NM 87015 505.286.0477      
DUNN-KINNARD MARILYN    [33]   1244 SW Belle Avenue Topeka KS 66604 785.271.2331   woodsplitter@msn.com  
DUPLENTIS JAMES W.    [34]   587 Lennox Drive Las Vegas NV 89123 702.837.5974   jduplentis@msn.com  
DURHAM BARRY (Elizebeth)    [35]   475 Castlegate Brea CA 92821 714.529.0155   bdurh@yahoo.com  
EASLEY-MILLS JEAN  (Ronald)       500 Martha Street NE Albuquerque NM 87123 505.296.2684      
ECOFF-DIAL BETH    [36]   21699 Cricket Drive Grass Valley CA 95949 530.268.9591 530.263.0536 bbdial@jps.net  
EDGEL STEPHEN                   cec4rse@juno.com    
EDWARDS LARRY (Sandy)       1615 Velta Dri Belen NM 87002 505.864.1890       
EICH NORBERT (BERT)       4250 Sotol Dr. Las Cruces NM 88011 575-522-2995   beich39@msn.com  
ESTABROOK-BONE SHERRY (Bob)    [37]   29C Northview Trail Edgewood NM 87015 505.281.6582   rchapin_38@netzero.net  
ESTES LINDA K.    [38]   P.O. Box 610 Koloa HI 96756 808.742.8366   lestes14@yahoo.com  
EUSE NORMAN                   nkeuse@hamilton.net  
EWALD-TALFLINGER ROBERTA       2154 Little Cedar Dr Kingwood TX 77339        
EWING-CHAKERIAN ANNETTE       6039 Downey NE Albuquerque NM 87109 505.883.1897   achakerian@swcp.com  
FAIKS-TESHER CHRISTINE    [39]   2401 NE 65th St. #505 Fort Lauderdale FL 33308 954.881-0256   christesher@comcast.com  
FALLS GERRY    [40]   Po Box 21760 Albuquerque NM 87154 505.821.7177 505.720.1176 GerryFallsNM@aol.com  
FALTYN LEN       717 W. Thompson Jacksboro TX 76458        
FALTYN-RHODEN JULIE       423 Mankin NE Albuquerque NM 87123 505.293.5301      
FARMER-LEWIS SHIRLEY       9505 Regal Ridge Drive NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.821.2898   makanene3@cybermesa.com  
FOREE-DUNIVAN JAN       590 Country Lane Bosque Farms NM 87068 505.869.6438   Jadfoure@aol.com  
FREDENBURGH-RAGER SHARON       20 Canada Vista Drive Sandia Park NM 87047 505.286.3268   casarager@msn.com  
GALLIGAN ELIZABETH    [41]   10724 Central Park Dr. NE Albuquerque NM 87123 505.306.3531   galliganea@msn.com  
GARCIA MARCOS       P.O. Box 516 Sandia Park NM 87047        
GAUNT-SHIPP SHARON    [42]   8000 Dumas NE Albuquerque NM 87109 505.237.1397      
GERE FRANK S.    [43]   5895 Coldwater Drive Castro Valley CA 94552 510.581.4662   fsgere@juno.com  
GLENN-SELF SHARON       8903 Maple Glen Dallas TX 75231        
GOBER RICHARD       P.O. Box 40 Edgewood NM 87105 505.281.1446      
GOLDFINE-LEWIS LINDA    [44]   7968 W. Coolidge Street Phoenix AZ 85033 623.848.6486 602.571.5829 byme39az@peoplepc.com  
GOULD LOY (Marilyn)       1120 Salisbury Lane Modesto CA 95350 209.527.5585   tazpeppers@yahoo.com  
GROSSMAN-MAUTZ SANDY (Jerry)    [45]   318 Sunward Dr. Henderson NV 89014 702.451.6787 702.622.297 greerlady@embarqmail.com  
GROSSMAN-TRUESON BOBBIE       9626 W. Marco Polo  Rd Peoria AZ 85382 602.587.1776   Butterfly3@cox.net  
GULLICK FRANK    [46]   2500 Amber Dr. Loveland CO 80537 970-663-4075 970-290-4016 whodat41@comcast.net  
GUSTAFSON-LOPEZ MARJORIE JEAN    [47]   2305 Frontier Drive Security CO 80911 719.391.8890      
GUTIERREZ EVELYN       222 Ranchitos Road NW Albuquerque NM 87114        
HAILE-COATS MANYA (Gerry)    [48]   4625 Fargo San Diego CA 92117 619.272.3642   gdc4625@aol.com  
HAMILTON B.B. (Linda)    [49]   PO Box 1191 Eastsound WA 98245 360.376.3999   bryson@rockisland.com  
HAMMOND-BAILEY BOBBIE (Bob)    [50]   9512 Villa del Rey NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.823.1351   drbailey2@aol.com  
HARBRON LEON    [51]   1204 Hilton Place Socorro NM 87801 505.835.0483   1harbron@zianet.com  
HATCHELL MIKE (Dotti)    [52]   1013 California NE Albuquerque NM 87110 505.265.4857 505.280.0611 hatchell@earthlink.net  
HAWLEY-PARKER MARY J.       2920 Post Oak Ct. Bedford TX 76201 817.685.0506   marypark86@sbcglobal.net  
HEINRICHS-HARRIS SANDRA       3501 Camino de la Sierra NE Albuquerque NM 87111     Ben.Harris@us.ul.com  
HILDERBRAND JIM (Judy)    [53]   6150 Flatrock Road, Apt. A Columbus GA 31907 706.563.7056 706.718.3358 james.hilder7@aol.com  
HILL MAX    [54]   6643 White Marsh Valley W Austin TX 78746 512.328.7014 512.740.7368 max@hickorysticks.net  
HOFFMAN FRED (Missy Layton)    [55]   8707 Ednam Pl Tampa FL 33604 813.988.1249   FredBHoffman@gmail.com  
HOFMANN DON (Celeste)    [56]   4 Leicester Court Laguna Niguel CA 92677 714.661.2260      
HOLLAND-BOGGS YVONNE P.       9127 Greystone Valley Drive Ooltewah TN 37363     brian5912@centurytel.net  
HOOD J. DARRELL (Helen)    [57]   3814 Espejo NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.275.2295   helendarrell@msn.com  
HORNER BYRON (Betty Bryce)       19354 Brookview Drive Saratoga CA 95070 408.255.7691   bbhorner1@comcast.net  
HORTON-HORTON CHARLENE (Loren)    [58]   5795 Doliver Dr. Houston TX 77057 713.974.1607   lhorton1@houstonrr.com  
HOUSER-MARTIN MARY JEAN    [59]   103 El Alamo, Apt A Santa Fe NM 87501 505.984.3196   mjmhq@hotmail.com  
HUFF-VALLEFUOCO PAT    [60]   8224 East Arnett Street Downey CA 90241 562.869.5517   b.wwd@gte.net  
HULL-SCOOPMIRE ANDREA (John)       907 East Hill Ave Gallup NM 87301 505.722.4692   SCOOPMIRE3@cnetco.com  
HULL-VIVIAN BETTY (Joe)    [61]   2905 Claremont Place NE Albuquerque NM 87110 505.881.0288   bjvivian@aol.com  
HUNSLEY RONALD       P.O. Box 614 Los Lunas NM 87312 505.881.0288      
IVY-HARVEL LINDA (Dean)    [62]   1308 Villa Campo N.E. Albuquerque NM 87113 505.344.0174   DLHarvel39@msn.com  
JACK J.T.       6908 Rosewood NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.821.2945   JTRCJACK@ATT.NET  
JARVIS MONTE       P.O. Box 269 Organ NM 88052 505.382.9648      
JOHNSON LOWELL (Stan)       5909 Monterrey Drive Ft. Worth TX 76112 817.429.3081   johnsonstan3@aol.com  
JOHNSON STANTON    [63]   5909 Monerrey Drive Fort Worth TX 76112 817.446.0794   johnsonstan3@aol.com  
JOHNSON-ROBERTSON KAREN J. (Thomas)    [64]   3 Wood Drive Belen NM 87002 505.864.7980   thnsrb2@aol.com  
JOLLY EDWARD (Susan)    [65]   120 Dos Brazos Los Alamos NM 87544 505.662.5035   edjolly@earthlink.net  
JORDAN RICHARD WYNN       8101 E. Dartmouth Ave #97 Denver CO 80231 303.745.2729   kooooker@msn.com  
KARCHMER-COHN PENNIE (Cliff)    [66]   8645 Linden Drive Prairie Village KS 66207 816.769.5051   PennieCohn@aol.com  
KASNIC MIKE    [67]   2 Foltz Place Muskogee OK 74403 918-682-8394   kasnicmi@yahoo.com  
KNUDSON-BORCIK MARILYN       834 Westview Abilene TX 79603 325.673.3407 325.660.4160    
KOPP-HALE LINDA BARBARA (Charles)       9218 Admiral Lowell Pl NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.828.1587   clhale21@juno.com  
KUTZCHER RICHARD H. (Lilly)    [68]   611 Marquis Drive NE Albuquerque NM 87123 505.292.1995   rikz13@hotmail.com  
LANE GOLDEN E. JR (Gretchen)       9808 Dorothy Place NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.298.2385   GOLDIELANE@aol.com  
LARRAZOLO BEVERLY E.       3209 Rio Grande NW Albuquerque NM 87107 505.345.0347      
LAVANDOSKI JOSEPH    [69]   10900 Eagle Rock NE Albuquerque NM 87122 505.856.7809      
LAWTON LARRY H. (Kathy)    [70]   4012 Breaking Dawn St. Colorado Springs CO 80925 719.391.2623   katlaw01@comcast.net  
LAYTON-HOFFMAN JUDY    [71]   457 George Street Woodriver IL 62095 618.251.4430   jhoffman125@msn.com  
LEPISTO CARL A. (Eileen)    [72]   841 25 Road Grand Junction CO 81505 970.245.1760   carleileenlepisto@juno.com  
LEYBA-MATTHEWS OLIVIA       1806 California NE Albuquerque NM 87110        
LINDBERG DICK (Rita)    [73]   9660 4th NW #41 Albuquerque NM 87114 505.898.2306      
LINDQUIST-LOVENBERG SUSAN    [74]   14767 W. Cameron Dr. Surprise AZ 85379 623-374-6013 480.375.0492 stitchersx2@yahoo.com  
LINER RENIL       2616 Mountain High dr. San Marcos TX 78666 512-353-0217   rcliner@austin.rr.com  
LONG-ANDERSON AUDREY (Andy)    [75]   2470 N. Hayford Street Orange CA 92865 714.637.3912 714.815.7644 audandy@socal.rr.com  
LOVETT NORMAN (Barbara)    [76]   962 S. Serene View Dr. Post Falls ID 83854 208.773.2149 208.691.6902 lovettatshiloh@hotmail.com  
LUJAN JIM (Terri)       6608 Cypress Point Wy NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505-804-5751   ptl55@comcast.net  
LYNCH JIM (Connie)       P.O. Box 1374 Palmer AK 99645 907.746.1503 907.227.0139 lynchjh@yahoo.com  
MAHR ED (Joline)    [77]   1509 Silver  SW Albuquerque NM 87104 505.242.1830 505.269.3600 Emahrlobbies@aol.com  
MARTINEZ INEZ       368 11th Street Brooklyn. NY 11215     iiamm@earthlink.net  
MARTINEZ-CANDELERIA PRISCILLA       2334 Kimo NE Albuquerque NM 87110 505.884.3401   jpcandelaria@msn.com  
MARTIN-GAEDE BOBBIE       1712 Bryn Mawr NE Albuquerque NM 87106 505.268.7471      
MASTIN R. DENNY (Milly)    [78]   P.O. Box 2780 Alto NM 88312 505.336.2170   mildic@valornet.com  
MAXEY BILL (Ruth)       4240 Indian Springs N.E. Albuquerque NM 87109 505-883-1435      
McCALL-FEELY MARCIA (Jack)    [79]   2309 Cutler Avenue NE Albuquerque NM 87106 505.268.6233   jamfeely@hotmail.com  
McCORD-OTERO MARY WEST    [80]   314 11th Street NW Albuuquerque NM 87102 505.243.3350      
McCORKLE PEGGY ( MARY WEST       P.O. Box 2421 St. Johns AZ 85936        
McCUTCHEN GUS (Judy)    [81]   2775 Claremont Street Port Townsend WA 98368 360.385.5926   Gus@EagleRoost.net  
McGILLAN-HULICK MARCIA (Jim)    [82]   19427 Strauss Lane San Antonio TX 78256 210.698.1329 512.496.3998 mhulick@att.net  
McKINNEY-QUIST LINDA    [83]   3026 Truman NE Albuquerque NM 87110 505.881.7050   tlquist@webtv.net  
McNAMARA-McINTOSH SUSAN    [84]   78 County Road Huntington MA 1050 413.667.8893   sumack5@peoplepc.com  
McRAE CAROL       18 Mitchell Drive Fairfax CA 94930 415.457.3789      
MEEK-BENSE LUANN       9350 Offenhauser Drive Flagstaff AZ 86004 928.526.3077   tlbense@flagstaff.az.us  
MENDEL-ROCHLEAU MARY LOU       4820 Basin NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.299.9057      
MERCER DAVID (Ann)    [85]   1064 Woodside Ln Langley WA 98260 360 221-2465   2mercer@comcast.net  
MESSIMER JAMES       7105 Bobwhite Lane NE Albuquerque NM 87109 505.828.9862      
METHENEY ROBERT (Betty)       10501 Irene NE Albuquerque NM 87112 505.298.9059   RMet10501@aol.com  
MEYNERS RICHARD (Judy Eastman)    [86]   3316 Calle de Daniel NW Albuquerque NM 87104 505.242.7319   rmeyners@comcast.net  
MILLER RONALD L.       1528 Soplo Road SE Albuquerque NM 87123 505.298.4291      
MILLER-BRACCO JOCELYN (Jo Jo) (Bob)    [87]   9413 Brading Lane Midlothian VA 23112

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MINOR G ROBERT    [88]   1560 Los Lentes  Los Lunas NM 87031 505.866.0407   grobertminor@aol.com  
MITCHELL JAN FRAZER (Karen)       East 4095 Holt Road Coeur D'Alene ID 83814 208.664.4307   jakami@icehouse.net  
MOBLEY-BERTENSHAW NICKI (Bill)    [89]   2624 Don Pedro NW Albuquerque NM 87104 505.247.9591 505.615.9980 nickibshaw@comcast.net  
MONTOYA-SINCLAIR FALLY (Richard)    [90]   7615 Don Gaspar NE Albuquerque NM 87109 505.823.4797   sinclair@swcp.com  
MOON MICKEY       1232 Elegante Courte Stone Mountain GA 30083 404.296.3476   V870@aol.com  
MOORE-WILLIAMS MARIAN       9413Guiterrez NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.293.9174      
MORGAN CLIFF OWEN JR. Ph.D    [91]   1311 Rivas Rd. Los Lunas NM 87031 505.865.3128 505.865.7100 drcomorgan@msn.com  
MULLINS-BLOUNT MARLA KAY    [92]   HC33 Box 37 Montezuma NM 87731     byrlmkb@aol.com  
NELSON-CLAXTON JANET    [93]   1250 Humbolt #604 Denver CO 80218 303.832.3060 303.525.4554 soxoff@homemaker.net  
NORDIN-STRONG HELEN (Dave)       2409 E. Del Rio Drive Tempe AZ 85272        
OLDHAM-STEFFEN NANCY       8401 Spain Road NE #33D Albuquerque NM 87111 505.822.1302   nasteffen@comcast.net  
OLINGER-MILES BARBARA (Larry)    [94]   14311 E. 10th Place Bellevue WA 98007 425.373.9944 253.924.3932 milesbbarbara2002@comcast  
OLSON-FRILOUX ARLEEN (Henry)    [95]   13938 River Road Destrehan LA 70047 985.764.6431 504.390.6431 afriloux@bellsouth.net  
OLSON-SOEHLIG BETTY JO    [96]   16422 East Bradford Road Fountain Hills AZ 85268 480.837.6899 715.623.6461 bj@hotmail.com  
PALMER-BOGARD LaVON       3003 Vista Circle Farmington NM 87401 505.327.3118   zeldahoney@aol.com  
PAOLETTI-JENKINS CLARICE        5137 Fairfax Drive NW Albuquerque NM 87114 505.897.0193    cjenkins@unm.edu   
PATE DELBERT       7601 Harwood Avenue NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.294.1827      
PEDERSON HERB       200 Mountain Meadow St. Lyman WY 82937 307.786.2038   petesrepair@bvea.net  
PENIX-FOLGER SHIRLEY    [97]   416 Black Diamond Fairview TX 75069 972.886.0107   shfol2002@yahoo.com  
PENN ANN    [98]   688 Skyline Trail Kansas OK 74347 918.597.3268 918.868.7298    
PERRY-ELLER ANN       11-D Prairie Trail Greensboro NC 27410 336.297.1780   aeller3@triad.rr.com    
PERRY-JOHNSON BETTY JO       P O Box 572 Westcliffe CO 81252     jjohnazco@q.com  
PIER DUKE (Patricia)    [99]   14212 80th Avenue Edmonton, Albta   Canada 780.483.8588   fpier@ualberta.ca  
PINSON-BEERY JUDITH    [100]   2 Montoya Circle Sante Fe NM 87501 505.820.1763   judithb@juno.com  
PIZZOLI PAUL (Mary Beth)    [101]   107 Apache Ridge Road Santa Fe NM 87505 505.466.9608   Pizzoli@cybermesa.com  
POWELL KIRK (Charlotte)    [102]   205 Null Lane  Las Vegas NV 89145 702.363.1169      
POWELL-GOODRICH JANE    [103]   314 Solano NE Albuquerque NM 87108 505.265.0051 505.843.2885 janeg@nmhi.com  
PRATT ORVILLE R.       4219 Sunningdale N.E. Albuquerque NM 87110 505.256.3816   orprattx6@msn.com  
QUALLE-BALL ROBERTA       11008 Tower NE Albuquerque NM 87112 505.298.0678      
RADER-EXARHOS SHARON (Nick)    [104]   7845 Coral Point Ave. Las Vegas NV 89128 702.233.5953 702.858.1200 Sharon@LivingInTheLasVegasValley.com  
                         
RANDEL-MATTHEWSON LOUISE (Leigh)     [105]   6200 Rio Hondo Dr NE Albuquerque NM 87109 505.828.0271 505.417.7828 llmatthewson@netzero.net  
REDBURN-HARMENING MARY LOU    [106]   12 Marquez Lane Los Lunas NM 87031 505.864.3344   maryharmening3344@msn.com  
REED-LOVELAND JANE    [107]   22 Bough Place Jemez Springs NM 87025 505.829.4273      
RHODES-HUCKABEE JERRE (Brad)    [108]   24402 South Parkside Dr Sun Lake AZ 85282 480.895.7724   jerredean@aol.com  
RHORER DONALD       16210 Thunder Bay Houston TX 77062 281.488.5046   drhorer99@earthlink.net  
RICE JACK    [109]   151 White Oak Dr Ringgold GA 30736 706.965.3771 423.314.3205 jackrice@catt.com  
RIDLON-BROWN KAREN       P.O. Box 1454 Elephant Butte NM 87935        
RIMER EDWIN D.    [110]   PO Box 497 Mountainair NM 87036 505.847.0616 505.705.5050 msfailla@vanion.com  
RINE-INGEBRITSON NORMA    [111]   12213 Pineridge NE Albuquerque NM 87112 505.298.8177      
ROBBERSON-STEELE ALICE LEE     [112]   1710 Bowline Rd Houston TX 77062 281.488.0522   gasteele@swbell.net  
ROBERTSON BUDDY ARNOLD (Jerri)    [113]   3301 Blume NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.298.9641 505.235.3244 jerrilovesdallas@aol.com  
ROBERTSON-PIKE ALICE JEAN    [114]   407 Birchwood Derby    KS 67037 316.617.3619 316.640.1627 vpike@aol.com  
ROBINSON FRANK III (Dinah)    [115]   10308 Santa Paula Ave NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.293.5955   firiii-albq@juno.com  
ROBINSON-JOHNSON NANCY (Charles)    [116]   7834 Quintana Dr.  NE Albuquerque NM 87109 505.298.7020 505.681.5659 nancy@vistamedia.net  
ROBUCK-PUTMAN CAROLE (Stan)    [117]   201 Hazeltine Drive Lakeway TX 78734 512.261.5242 512.633.9240 putputtex@earthlink.net  
ROHLA MICHAEL R.PhD (Michael)       12751 Pacific Avenue #10 Los Angeles CA 90066     mikinlaca@yahoo.com  
ROMANO BEN COHEN       138 N. Main Street Chalfont PA 18914 215.822.6152   cheeseman39@hotmail.com  
ROMNEY-CRISWELL BARBARA       509 N. Hobson Plaza Mesa AZ 85203 480.969.5931   barbc509@msn.com  
ROSIER-HENDREN SUANN    [118]   8606 La Sala Del Centro NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.298.2328 505.280.0494 suannhendren@comcast.net  
ROSS LONNIE    [119]   7404 Gila Road NE Albuquerque NM 87109 505.821.7076   lbgrant7404@comcast.net  
ROSSITER-STAHELI DENNIE (Deni)       8555 N. Hwy 18 Dameron Valley UT 84783 (435) 574-2546   karolynv@tuscanycable.com    
RUBINCAM PAUL (Sue)    [120]   2420 Via Rivera Palos Verdes CA 90274 310.541.1321 310.529.9907 prubincam@cox.net  
RUNNELS DWAYNE (Pat)    [121]   3 J Runnels Road Petal MS 39465 601.544.6809   JDR1013@netzero.net  
RUTHERFORD PAUL    [122]   9020 McLeod Dr Henderson NV 89074 702.429.6491   lonestarpr2@aol.com  
RUTHERFORD-COUGHLEN MARILYN (Tucker)    [123]   4611 Country Club View Baytown TX 77521 281.424.3391   coughlen@hal-pc.org  
RUTZ CHARLIE       18331 Piper Place Yorba Linda CA 92686        
SABATH JOE       4801 Madison Ct. Albuququerque NM 87110 505.266.5966   baddog.e@gmail.com  
SANDS BARRY (Eva)       3941 Tyndall Road University Heights OH 44118 216.371.3363   bsands@partnersenv.com  
SCHMUCKER DENNIS    [124]   3712 Riviera Dr San Diego CA 92109 858.483.8766 619.252.9262 denbaird2@hotmail.com  
SCHNEIDER JACK (Wyoma)       80 S. Second West Street Snowflake AZ 85937 928.536.7140   JSchneid@Courts.sp.state.az.  
SCHOEN ROBERT (Jean)       995 E. Grove Creek Drive Pleasant Grove UT 84062        
SCHOSSOW DONALD GEORGE       3304 Mountain Road NE Albuquerque NM 87106 505.266.1082   fivetoedbear@msn.com  
SCHWARTZ-KOOPMAN ZONA (Andrew)       46950 Lone Fir Rd Halfway OR 97834     zeekoop1185@yahoo.com  
SERNA PAT (Eva Marie)       10363 Orange St. Alta Loma CA 91737 909.948.0722   toevapat@earthlink.net  
SHARP WAYNE    [125]   1912 Wheaton Trail Cedar Park TX 78613 512.259.8175   wmsharps@juno.com  
SHAW TONY    [126]   3443 Shawnee Trail Kingsland TX 78639 325.388.5772   tonyshaw@wildblue.net  
SHAW-OLIN GAYL (Larry)       3 Loomis Place New Haven CT 6511 203-777-9117   gwesterman@law.pace.edu  
SHAY-ABDALLA EMMA LOU    [127]   211 14th Street NW Albuquerque NM 87104 505.242.8843      
SIMPSON DOUGLAS F. (Deloy)    [128]   603 Leisure Lane Greenwood IN 46142 317.885.6410 317.491.2793 dougsimpson.603@comcast.net  
SINCLAIR PAT (ASHCRAFT)       9239 E. Medina Ave. Mesa AZ 85212        
SLADE AL M (Betty)       284 Chambers Ct. Pagosa Springs CO 81147 970.264.2824   bettyslade@centurytel.net  
SMITH-SANCLARE SHELBY    [129]   833 Ram Trail SE Albuquerque NM 87123 505.237.2005   sssanclare@hotmail.com  
SMITH-SAVAGE JACKIE       3005 Prenda de Oro NW Albuquerque NM 87120 505.831.3439      
SMITH-WOOD PAT (Don Wood)    [130]   9100 Wimbledon NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.828.0988   pwood73@comcast.net  
SNYDER-TORR ROSALIE        1700 Blume NE  Albuquerque NM 87112 505.298.1225      
SONGER LARRY       10513 Schenley Park Dr NE Albuquerque NM 87123 505.296.2596      
SPAIN-OTTO PATRICIA (Henning)    [131]   26 Gold Creek Lane Sandpoint ID 83864 208.263.8191   hnpotto@wildblue.net  
SPERLING-WRIGHT CARLA (Jim)    [132]   537 Mission Valley Road  Corrales NM 87048 505.897.3351 505.269.8385 cwright@cybermesa.com  
SPRAGUE STEVE (Sally)    [133]   2131 Belford Drive Walnut Creek CA 94598 925.933.0424   sssprague@astound.net  
STAFFORD PATRICIA J. (PAT)       7123 South Webster Street Littleton CO 80128 303.932.0185   patstafford@peoplepc.com  
STAPP-JACOBSON JANET (Bill)    [134]   17470 High Street Los Gatos CA 95032 408.354.1440 408.772.2564 jsjacobsn@msn.com  
STARKOVICH-GONZALEZ SALLY (Don)    [135]   PO Box 70 Elephant Butte NM 87935 505.744.4527   Vegassally@hotmail.com  
STEEN-HANSEN PERI    [136]   10 Woodside Way San Rafael CA 94901 415.453.1637 415.497.9106 perijhansen@comcast.net  
STELL-NELSON ZOE       3304 Limerick Road El Paso TX 79925 915.598.5961   gz60@netscape.com  
STEVENS-COMPRELLI NANCY    [137]   1844 Joseph Drive Moraga CA 94556 925.376.3187   f.comprelli@comcast.net   
STRADER DE WAYNE C.    [138]   12416 Chelwood Tr. NE Albuquerque NM 87112 505.296.0445 505.507.4503 dewsden@comcast.net  
STRAWN-DEL CASTILLO JANICE    [139]   12801 Joelle Road NE Albuquerque NM 87112 505.332.7786   ddelcastillo@comcast.net  
STURM CHARLTON       6357 Highbanks Rd Mascouth IL   618.566.8685   josturm@earthlink.net  
SVEJCAR-DARROW SANDRA       14308 Stelgren Circle NE Albuquerque NM 87123     sldarrow@earthlink.net  
SWAPP-SNYDER PAT       6106 Pueblo Verde NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.821.0204   patsysnyder@yahoo.com  
SZEPANSKI-KAISER JACKIE    [140]   P.O. Box 13461 Albuquerque NM 87192 505.228.2633      
SZUSZITSKI-ACHEN TAMARA (Jack)       P.O. Box 42 Yeso NM 88136 505.355.2979      
TEDLOCK DENNIS  Ph.D.       209 Double Arrow Rd. Santa Fe NM 87505 505.982.4552      
THOMAS JACK (Kay)       8533 N. La Linda Clovis NM 88101 505.985.2106   jackaythomas@plateautel.net  
THOMAS JUDY    [141]   532 San Pasqule SW Albuquerque NM 87104 505.243.0144      
TROMBLEY-KENNEDY JOANNE (Ranny)    [142]   P.O. Box 405 Cedar Crest NM 87008 505.281.3012   jokenn1@msn.com  
TUCKER ED (Eva)    [143]   P.O. Box 1089 Ouray CO 81427 970.596.3901   edneva@ouraynet.com  
TWING-LAMBERT MARGARET (George)    [144]   5108 E. Tunder Phoenix AZ 85044 480.785.1418   georgel4@cox.net  
VALADE JERRY (Susan)       9949 Cardinal St. NW Albuquerque NM 87114 505-898-5896   jerryvalade@comcast.net  
VAN STEENIS-MILLS PAT (Bob)       10182 Crailet Drive Huntington Bch CA 92646 714.963.3866      
VINCENT-HABERMAN FRANCIE    [145]   1005 W. 12th St. La Junta CO 81050 719.384.9639 719.468.9639 haber2@bresnan.net  
VOTH MIKE    [146]   8304 Ranier Dr Amarillo TX 79110 806.353.3589   mike.voth@sbcglobal.net  
WELCH TOM (Lucy)    [147]   32 Crown Place Richardson TX 75080 972-234-4908   thomas.w.welch@att.net  
WELCH-JASPERSON MARY FRAN (Neil)    [148]   6804 Hensch NE Albuquerque NM 87109 505.821.5185   jasperson@msn.com  
WELLBORN FRED       P.O. Box 1807 Edgewood NM 87015     buddwellborn@comcast.net  
WHITE LESLIE H.       6610 Outback Circle Kiowa CO 80117     lesw93@wmconnect.com  
WIENING MARY RUTH    [149]   2948 Santa Clara Ave. S.E. Albuquerque NM 87106 505.255.9448      
WILCOX LUCIA       P.O. Box 16291 Las Cruces NM 88004 505.527.8292   lcwilcox@yahoo.com  
WILHELM LARRY       11420 Bellamah NE Albuquerque NM 87112        
WILLIAMS MICHAEL G.       4088 173rd Place SE Bellevue WA 98008 206.641.9461      
WILLIAMS-CHANT JUDY       8701 La Sala Del Sur NE Albuquerque NM 87111     JWChant@aol.com  
WILLIAMS-WILKINS BEVERLY    [150]   1836 Georgia NE Albuquerque NM 87110 505.255.1737 505.268.5863 bjwilkins05@msn.com  
WILSON JAMES    [151]   5209 W. Las Palmaritas Dr. Glendale AZ 85302 623-931-3955   abidan2001@msn.com  
WILSON JOHN M. (Debbie)    [152]   6205 North Mad River Court Parker CO 80134 303.841.4405   dogenway@earthlink.net  
WILSON-HOWE CARLA       1160 Aurora Court Dunwoody GA 30338        
WITHERS-GOODMAN SHIRLEY       566 Prospect Street #204 Seattle WA 98109        
WOOD JACK    [153]   770 Popes Valley Dr. Colorado Springs CO 80919 712.268.1183   jleswood@msn.com  
ZANOTTI-DAVIS JUDY A. (Dave)    [154]   11025 Greenview NE Albuquerque NM 87111 505.823.1328 505.321.2187 daviszanotti@msn.com  
ZARING KEN    [155]   6225 N. Pine Hollow Dr. Parker CO 80134 303.841.4252 303.472.2881 k.zaring@att.net  

[1]
Allen, Jeff      Spouse: Betty Jean                Children:  5        Grandchildren:  9

Retired for last five-plus years. Lots of RV travel (Alaska this year); visiting children and grandchildren; remodeling log cabin in Big Sur, CA. Hobbies include computers, keyboard, painting, reading, cats, and being husband. Spend some time with stock market, investment management and option selling and buying.  Still can’t believe how wonderful life has been and continues to be.

[2]
Amorous Lodin, Angela   Spouse:  Don          Children:  5     Grandchildren:  3

Since 2004, Don and I have been truly blessed with the arrival of three grandchildren! (I know, I know, most of you have great-grandchildren by now.) In 2005, I met with British friends in Malvern, England at Quilts U.K., where our quilts were exhibited. Of course, as a quilter, I have made quilts for the “grands.”  Here at home, I am in two local guilds and a philanthropy group. We enjoy traveling as far away as England and as close as our mountain cabin in Idyllwild. I am looking forward to our reunion and thank the committee for all the planning!


[3]
Asher, Leatrice (Lea)    Children:  2     Grandchildren:  1

I now live in NYC, my favorite place on earth. My daughter and granddaughter presently live with me—just a temporary arrangement. I also have a son who is an actor/screen writer. I am a writer/editor/director for a non-profit organization that disseminates metaphysical information worldwide (www.thewordfoundation.org) I also contribute articles for our quarterly magazine. My “other” work continues: teaching Zen meditation and physical and emotional pain transformation. I have taught in drug and alcohol treatment facilities, university classes, and healing centers. Even though I have been slowed down, especially of late due to a long-standing illness, this is the happiest, most content period in my life. Factored into the larger scheme of things, I have no complaints. I am grateful for my life and my lessons.


[4]
Ballew, Jerry Lee   Spouse:  Rena       Children: 1           Grandchildren: 2

We continue our travels and enjoy the arrival of our two grandchildren. The oldest is four. I’ve continued my involvement with church and Habitat for Humanity in Taos. A major change, however, came with Rena’s diagnosis of brain disease and our adjustment to this life-learning curve. It soon became evident that we would need to be geographically closer to our daughter, Lee, who is now a vice-president with Charter Bank in Albuquerque. We made the move from Taos to Placitas just over a year ago. It was the correct decision for our family, and has given us great joy. I’ve worked for months on Lee and husband Shay Patchell’s house building. They moved in on Father’s Day and now we’re only 15 minutes from grandkids. It doesn’t get much better!

[5]
Bartick, Don   Spouse: Arline Children: 5   Grandchildren:  3

The last five years have been filled with a variety of activity and emotions. Wife Arline retired from Abbot Laboratories. Mom Bartick got through life’s minefields and died of old age 94. I sold my engineering company, 4-Ward Tech, to a company back east and set forth to retire. It didn’t work out. I started a new engineering company called 4-Ward Design. Fortunately, I’m able to work from home. I’m semi-retired—at least I think I am. I’m still very involved with model aviation and fly competitively as often as I can. We are in the process of finishing the conversion of our country home into a guest house and vineyard called Starry Nights. Our Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot vines are in their 3rd year. We should get some production this year that we hope to turn into decent wine. Bottom-line, we’re very busy, very happy, and love our lives.

[6]
Beatty, Paul             Spouse:  Bernie       Children:  3  Grandchildren:  5

Since our last reunion I have retired.  I spent over 45 years in accounting and income tax preparation here in Albuquerque. Golf is one of my new pursuits which I really enjoy.  We spend a lot of time with our three children and five grandchildren.  The oldest grandchild is nine and the youngest is three.  Last summer we rented cabins over the Fourth of July weekend in Cuchura, Colorado.  We had a great time, especially with the grandchildren.  Two years ago we went to Disney World with our son and his two children.  Last fall Bernie and I went to Yosemite National Park and the wine country in California.  We are both healthy and hope to add many more years to our forty-one years of marriage.
[7]
Beckner, Orrin L.     Spouse:  Margaret       Children:  4  Grandchildren:  5

Retired in 2004, moved back to Grand Junction, Colorado, from Atlanta, Georgia.  Bought new BMW motorcycle and a nice home here.  I ride, and cut grass, and am loving it.

[8]
Benson, Linn D.        Spouse:  Mona (’58)       Children:  1  Grandchildren  2

1. Retired in 2006 from 21 years in business operations, U.S. Eagle, Inc.
2. Play French horn in community band called the Solano Winds (also a band member)
3. Continue to collect classic cars (14 total)
4. Fly airplanes
5. Band member for Mission Solano Homeless outreach
6. Band member for Travis AFB Air Museum
7, Elder and administrator for Rockville Presbyterian Church
8, Celebrated 45 years of happy marriage to Mona.

[9]
Blankenship Runcorn, Donna     Spouse:  Wil   Children:  4   Grandchildren:  11

In the last 5 years, my husband Wil and I have been traveling and visiting our 11 grandchildren.  In 2004 we went on a Holland America cruise—both land and sea for 15 days visiting Alaska.  What a beautiful state with many different kinds of trees, vegetation, and animals.  Our cruise trip last year started in Athens, then to Turkey, Malta, Rome, Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Cadiz, Lisbon, Paris, and we left the ship near London.  We then traveled to the town of Runcorn, a town of about 60,000 near Liverpool.  We recently took three of our grandchildren who live in Prescott Valley to Littleton, Colorado to visit two of their cousins.  We had a great time with all of them.  Our other grandchildren live in the Phoenix area, and we are able to visit them quite often.
[10]
Boring Mudd, Gayle  Spouse:  Buck      Children:  5   Grandchildren:  6  GGrandchildren:  3
 
While my siblings and I all attended Highland, I graduated from the American Schools in 1957 because of a family move to Virginia before my senior year. I married after high school and later moved back to Albuquerque, where I met and married my husband, Buck, who adopted my three children.  Buck and I also have  two children together, a son and a daughter.  While Buck was in the service we moved every four years, traveling throughout most of the United States, and including a tour of duty in Japan where I earned my bachelor’s degree in sociology from Sophia University in Tokyo.  We began fostering Southeast Asian refugee children in 1979, and I taught English as a Second Language for 20 years. Washington State, where we have lived for 30 years, is now our home.
[11]
Brown, Ronald   Spouse:  Myrna         Children:  1   Grandchildren:  2

Retired from special education teaching and taught at Albuquerque Bible College for eight years. We’re raising grandchildren and learning the Italian language in anticipation of living in Italy for a period of time beginning in 2008.
[12]
Carlson, Rodger       Spouse:  Angie  Children:  7  Grandchildren:  15  GGrandchildren:  2

Angie and I couldn’t go on the 2002 cruise because Angie was the full-time caregiver for her mother at the time.  After Angie’s mother passed away we took a nine-month RV road trip of the Gulf and Atlantic coasts and the St. Lawrence Seaway.  In 2005 we took a three-week cruise to Hawaii.  We just returned from taking 4 grandchildren for a 3-week trip to Europe including a 1-week cruise of the Italian and French Riviera Coast out of Barcelona, Spain.  Angie is active teaching and taking yoga.  I have backpacked 3500 miles in the Grand Canyon which is my favorite place to backpack.  I do it more slowly than when I was younger.  We like traveling but are now going to take short trips in New Mexico to try seeing more of this beautifully diversified state.
[13]
Carlson Sine, Doris    Spouse:  Frank       Children:  5   Grandchildren:  11

Along with our 50th class reunion, Frank and I just had our 50th wedding anniversary, which we celebrated in July as Frank had just had surgery and was still in recovery on the anniversary date. I continue to work part time at the hospital as a receptionist. We now have 11 grandchildren, and they are the apples of our eye. In the past five years we’ve done a couple more cruises. We do the cruises with the Lung Association, as they make it so much easier when you have lung problems, which Frank has. They are a great group to travel with. Health problems have hit both of us, but we continue on. It will be great to see all of you at the reunion.
[14]
Carpenter, Scott                Children:  3   Grandchildren: 6

Retired 3 years ago. Have been driving shuttle and tour busses to the Grand Canyon and other sites in Arizona. Am still hiking a lot and can now enjoy fishing and traveling.
[15]
Carugno Sobba, Nancy       Spouse:  Dennis     Children:  4     Grandchildren:  8

I continue to teach riding lessons and run our boarding stable, Lucky Acres.  Den helps with the general maintenance, fixing things as quick as the horses tear things up!  He loves playing golf in his spare time and I show my dressage horse.  Together we love to travel and have a trip to Italy planned in October.  Our four children gave us a 50th wedding anniversary present that we will never forget.  They rented the Arkansas Queen, a paddle wheeler based on the Arkansas River in Little Rock.  We were joined by many friends and relatives for dinner and dancing while cruising down the river.  What a party!
[16]
Castle, Norman   Spouse:  Leah   Children:  6   Grandchildren: 14

We went on the HHS reunion cruise in ’02 and enjoyed it so much we went on another cruise to Alaska in ’05. We still have the same interests as before, but we enjoy friends more. I have been a corporate pilot for the last few years, which I enjoy immensely. We have great times with our children and grandchildren, and our life revolves around birthdays and Sunday dinners. We are still in good health, and will see you all in September
[17]
Chalamidas, Connie Children:  2   Gandchildren:  2

The last five years were uneventful, sad but true. Too much work for me. I still own and operate two assisted living homes in Albuquerque. Currently, I’m making plans to sell one so I can travel and paint more—and make new, exciting friends, too. Maybe I’ll take singing lessons!  So, classmates, have a great next 5 years. Time flies.
[18]
Charles, Gerry         Spouse:  Sandy          Children:  3  Grandchildren:  1

Although I’ve been partially retired for the past 12 years and my wife Sandy has  been likewise for the past 4, we still continue to work part-time in our professions and are still very much enjoying that time.  I still am on the faculty of the University of California teaching internal medicine and geriatrics, and Sandy continues her work in clinical research in HIV/AIDS at the university.  We split our time between San Francisco and Santa Fe but try to arrange another month each year to travel elsewhere before our knees totally exclude these exotic locations.  Our three children wanted to have no part of health care but each is happy and successful in their professions so we really couldn’t ask for more.  The “middle age” stuff is working out just fine!
[19]
Christy Neely, Sharon   Spouse:  Larry       Children:  3   Grandchildren:  5

My husband and I have had a wonderful, fun time traveling. The different places we’ve been are Alaska, Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Argentina, Greece, and Croatia. We are going to travel while these bones still get around. We are celebrating 48 years of marriage, and we are a happy couple. We have three girls and five grandchildren. We are so happy with them in Atlanta, Richmond, and Fayetteville, NC. I love to play golf. Being out in the beautiful NM sun is wonderful, and playing with Larry is great. I play bridge, too, so I keep this mind going. A wonderful five years!
[20]
Clinton Jordan, Janet Children:  1 Grandchildren: 4

Denver is my home but I often miss Albuquerque. My family continues to be my main focus and they live in Colorado Springs so I see them often.  After retiring from teaching I began working with student teachers at Metropolitan State College in Denver.  I continue to work with the Summer Scholars organization, tutoring and teaching as a reading specialist. I belong to two reading groups and professional organizations.  I still love jazz and now grandson Zachary will attend the Berklee School of Music in Boston. His main musical instrument is the Bass. We’ve come full circle now as this has always been one of my favorite instruments.  At any rate, this is my life, at this point in time, and I love being right here on my journey of life
[21]
Coe, Donald K.   Spouse:  Joan   Children:  2  Grandchildren:  1

Semi-retired, enjoy golf, fly fishing, and wood work. I’m working with horses and livestock at a ranch in northern New Mexico.
[22]
Cox, Glendel                  Spouse:  Sylvia         Children:  2  Grandchildren:  4

I sold my professional optometric practice and retired in 2005.  I recently retired after working with children’s choirs at church for 32 years.  My wife and I enjoy traveling, camping, boating, and fishing.  The most recent hobby I have begun is flying remote-controlled airplanes, much to the delight of our 4 grandchildren.  For the past ten years, I have competed and won numerous awards in wood sculpting at the NM State Fair.  My specialty is realistic Native American heads.
[23]
Cundy, Richard         Spouse:  Lynne                Children:  2   Grandchildren:  2

Still practice ENT surgery about half time, but will quit the surgery part this year. I still fish and play golf a lot, but not as well at our age. We anticipate our next orthopedic operation as much as our next trip. I will play the Biarritz, France, courses that I hope will be half as much fun as playing Cypress Point, Augusta National, Laurel Valley, and Oakmont the past two years. I retired from being the chief of the department of St. Joseph Hospital, Denver, after 27 years, but I will probably practice in a limited capacity for another 2 years. After being a delegate to Southeast Asia for the Academy of Otolaryngology, it will seem quite mundane in the future.
[24]
Dadian, Pat

Enjoying my home, friends, and the wonderful New Mexico climate.  Life is good!
[25]
Davidson, Geri

Traveling, traveling, traveling
[26]
Dean, Joe    Spouse:  Karla   Children: 2   Grandchildren:  2

In 2001, I retired from private pediatric practice in Roswell after 27 years. My wife and I returned to Albuquerque in 2001, and I practice pediatrics 8-5, two days a week at First Choice Community Health Clinic. We have 2 children, Bill Dean and Shelly Sipes. We have 2 grandchildren, Rebecca, age 8 and Travis, age 5, who live in Dallas with their parents.
[27]
Dempsey, Pam Children:  1

In March 2006 I retired after 17 years as head librarian at the Rodey Law Firm.  In a bit of good timing, son Tim received his degree in civil engineering from UNM also in 2006, and now works for a structural engineering firm in Albuquerque.  In 2003, I spent 10 glorious days on the beach in Barbados.  Did a 3-week driving tour of Ireland in 2004.  After retiring, I treated myself to a 3-week trip to Croatia (spent time on the small island of Losinj in the upper Adriatic, birthplace of a great grandfather) and Sicily (birthplace of a grandfather), with a few days in Rome in between.  Also, some volunteer work—literacy tutoring, teaching English as a second language, and recording a weekly news magazine for N.M. Newsline for the Blind.  Spending more time lately just keeping up with my mother, who is heading for the century mark in February 2008—but still occasionally whips her grandson at gin rummy.
[28]
Derr, William (Bill)  

All is about the same the last 5 years.  Forty years in the same house, 30 years in the same job—Derr Enterprises, consulting engineering.  A couple of names added to the ex-lady-friend list.  I am trying to retire, but progress is slow.  See, I told you things were about the same!!
[29]
Dossey Martin, Darlyn    Spouse: Charles   Children:  3   Grandchildren:  4

Here’s a quick summary of what I have been doing all these many years.  University of New Mexico, B.S. in education, 1962; Texas Women’s University, M. Ed. In early childhood education, 1973,. Married Dr. Charles B. Martin (AHS ’47) in 1961. Taught kindergarten 20 years, and retired in 1996. Have lived in Denton, TX, for 43 years.
[30]
Douglas Carlson, Marilyn   Spouse:  Jack   Children:  3

We still enjoy traveling. This year we are renting a place in Santa Fe to “stay awhile.” There are areas we have never explored in NM! We’ll also appreciate being near our son, Brian, and his wife, Sue. Last year, Sheldon Jackson College in Sitka, Alaska, was the setting for a 2-week volunteer working vacation, and what a setting! The college is on a bay adjacent to a national forest and totem pole walk with a raptor center nearby. A trip to Machu Picchu and the Galapagos Islands included time on the Amazon with a memorable tree canopy walk and visits to local villages. In 2005, we were part of a delegation from our church synod presenting 350+ children’s books to the magnificent new Alexandria library in Egypt. Very meaningful to me was a morning at the American University of Cairo where my father, as a young man, had taught for 3 years. Visits to our sons take us to Santa Fe, Maui, and Los Angeles. We are godparents to a gorgeous 10-month old, Owen. What an honor! At our 45th reunion we often heard, “Life is good!” Here’s to the same at our 50th!
[31]
Dove, Floyd Harvey  

For the last five years, I have been supporting the Office of Quality Assurance for the Department of Energy at Yucca Mountain, Nevada. I retired in January 2006 and now work about half-time as a consultant. I am an active member of Cottonwood Church and part of the finance and prayer teams. I preach on occasion, teach Bible classes, and will be traveling into Mexico in late May 2007 to help build houses for the poor.
[32]
Duncan, Robert (Bob)     Spouse:  Carole     Children:  3     Grandchildren:  5     GGrandchildren:  1

I moved back to NM 5-1/2 years ago.  I promised my mother I would get her out of the convalescent home when I retired.  My wife and I cared for her 2-1/2 years before her passing at 89-1/2 years.  We have a lot of friends and family that visit us in our East Mountain home.  I try to take care of our 5 acres here and also my ranch 10 miles east of here.  “That’s about it.”
[33]
Dunn Kinnard, Marilyn     Spouse:  Ron     Children: 2 + 3 stepchildren     Grandchildren:  2 + 8 step grandchildren    GGrandchildren:  7 step ggrandchildren

Ron retired in 1999 after 42 years with the SFRR.  Shortly after, we bought a 32 foot 5th-wheel trailer. We have mostly been visiting the children and grandchildren as the grandchildren graduate from high school and college, get married and have the great-grandchildren.  We have gone to IA, IL, MO, OK, TX., NM  and NV.  In May we went to a Kinnard  family reunion in OK where Ron's grandfather homesteaded in the run.  This year was the OK Centennial. About sixty family members attended---from NC to CA.  I really enjoyed our trip to IL to my only living uncle's 90th SURPRISE birthday party.  It really was a surprise to him when we walked into his house because I hadn't seen him in about fifteen years.  It was wonderful!  I can't wait until the day we move back to NM. I've enjoyed Topeka, but there's "no place like home." 
 
[34]
Duplentis, James W.    Spouse:  Ann   Children: 2  Grandchildren:  1   GGrandchildren:  1
[35]
Durham, Barry     Spouse:  Elizabeth         Children:  4    Grandchildren:  3

Still working and playing.  Lots of golf and sailing.  I still have a 17-year-old son at home so I am on constant alert.  He is finding it very hard to do anything I haven’t done previously.  I still keep in touch with many classmates from HHS.
[36]
Ecoff Dial, Beth   Spouse:  Bill  (HHS ’56)      Children:  2   Grandchildren:  4

[37]
Estabrook Bone, Sharry  Spouse: Bob   Children: 1 Grandchildren: 1 GGrandchildren:  1

We are still in Edgewood, raising sheep, selling wool, etc. to fiber artists across this country, Canada and Europe.  We do have a new addition—a wonderful great grandson, Jacob Allen.  He and his parents are now living in Silver City.  Our daughter, Gayle, lives in McIntosh, NM so is still nearby.  I’m active in spinning, knitting, dyeing and any other fiber thing.  This comes after all the chores—life on the farm.  We show our fleeces at the State Fair and Taos Wool festival (we will share a booth in Taos with our daughter-- first weekend in October).  In addition to all the sheep and goats, we keep busy with five dogs (3 Llasa Apsos and 2 big black dogs), two cats, chickens, and two recently-acquired llamas.  Bob is the Assistant Fire Chief in Edgewood.  Needless to say, there isn’t much spare time, but wouldn’t change a thing!
[38]
Estes, Linda

I got a real estate license and began a new career in property management on Kauai. In 2005, I served for six months as Special Assistant to the President at New Mexico Highlands University. Last year, I ran in the Democratic primary for a seat in the Hawaii legislature and lost. In April of 2007, I was elected to a two-year term as chair of the Democratic Party of Kauai. I play on a senior women’s tennis team that has won the championship of Kauai for the last two years. My doubles partner and I were undefeated this season. As a result of an endowment established in my name when I retired from UNM, the Linda Estes Giraffe award is presented each September at a public reception. It is given to someone who has taken personal or professional risks to stand up for what he or she believes, someone who has found the courage to stick their neck out to make a difference.
[39]
Faiks Tesher, Christine       Children:  2    Grandchildren:   3

The True Test of Friendship:
Thought I’d be retired at age 63/  but life was not as I’d hoped it to be./   Grandkids gone off to school/  no one to frolic with in the pool./  Drove from the Florida sun on a lark/  Headed west where I’d left my heart./  C.D.’s from the 50’s, 2 dogs bout all I took./  Wound up in Montana as a dude ranch cook/  Feeding 50 folks 3 times a day/  Soon discovered, was no horse play./  Smoke signals I sent/  Hoping to be found, and/  Rescued from Cook’s Outward Bound./  My pal, Nicki, soon heard me wail./  Get out now, she said, time to bail./  Are you crazed, working for that slob?/  Come on down, I’ll give you a job./  I took off like a wounded hare./  To sell snow cones at the New Mexico State Fair./  Had I been saved but for a price?/  Now covered in syrup and Hawaiian shaved ice??!/  No… Working for my buddy, Nick, was a blast,/  Without her,/  I’d still be in frijoles up to my asp./  Between bobby pins and boyfriends,/   Don and Buzz,/   Running wild from the fuzz/   Our friendship survived the test./  After 53 years it is still the best./   Thanks, Nicki!
[40]
Falls, Gerry                  Spouse:  Carol         Children: 3   Grandchildren:  2  GGrandchildren:  2

Now phasing out of a 50-year career in real estate to spend more time with my best friend, my wife Carol.  We will celebrate our 47th anniversary on Thanksgiving Day ’07.  We enjoy music of all kinds, including singing together.  We are also committed to working together for the Lord in His Church.  I have been Sunday School teacher and home Bible study leader most of the years since high school.  Presently writing my first book.  It is on The Fruit of the Spirit, a study of Galations 5.  My goal is to get this one published, then write others.  Recently joined Southwest Writers organization, Albuquerque, an excellent source of guidance into this new part-time profession.
[41]
Galligan, Betty (Elizabeth Ann)    Children:  2   Grandchildren: 3

For the last five years, I’ve been teaching in the College of Education and Technology at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales. I am returning to the Duke City in July 2007 where I plan to reconnect with old friends, write, relax, and look at the Sandia Mountains. Photography, poetry, and human rights activities will keep me busy in my retirement. Call me—I’ll be in the phone book! I go by “Elizabeth” in my mature years.
[42]
Gaunt Shipp, Sharon   Children:  3    Grandchildren:  7   GGrandchildren:  3

Since selling my home in September 2004 I have been living with my two daughters, Donna and Anita—a week at a time with each of them at first, but now I’m with Anita’s family. Can you tell I have two great sons-in-law? After Jim died in 2002, I didn’t handle loneliness well at all, so they took me in, and I love it. They do, too, they tell me. My son, John, lives in California with his wife and son, so I get to see them much less. Now I’m mostly enjoying grandchildren and great-grandchildren. I go to the Healthplex 2 or 3 times a week—not an easy task, as I’m on oxygen 24/7. I also go to community Bible study each week 9 months of the year. I’m thankful for all these blessings, even the oxygen.
[43]
Gere, Frank

Still in California just trying to stay alive after having bouts of congestive heart failure at the end of 2005 and double pneumonia in 2006. I am feeling much better now and looking forward to seeing everyone at the big “50th.”
[44]
Goldfine Lewis, Linda   Spouse:  Harry   Children:   4   Grandchildren: 8    GGrandchildren:  3

Well we’re still in Phoenix and its still hot here, but we love it. Harry retired in April after driving a truck for 40 years. I retired in April 2007 after doing hair for 40 years. I think we both deserved it. We just got off our first camping trip of retirement and we loved it. We have 2 little poodles named Shadow and Fluffy, and they’re our kids. We have 2 daughters living in Albuquerque, 1 in Colorado, and 1 in Florida. Now we have some time to travel if our health allows. Hope to see you all soon.
[45]
Grossman Mautz, Sandy     Spouse: Jerry   Children:  3   Grandchildren:  3

We had sold the store in Greer, Arizona, and got it back, which is why we didn’t get to do the cruise. Thought we would retire in Costa Rica—TOO HOT AND HUMID!  Later, when the store and house were sold, thought about retirement in Mexico, but thanks to 9/11, living out of the country was not so appealing anymore. We decided to move closer to my brother who lives in Las Vegas, so here we are. Dancing about 3 nights a week and enjoying our retirement
[46]
Cheri and I celebrate 47 years of marriage this year.(2009).   Since the last reunion I attended (1997) we have moved to Alexandria, VA and then to our present home in Colorado.  We have 2 children, Melanee and Kevin, a son-in-law (Tom) and  daughter-in-law(Cathy),and four grandchildren, 3 boys (Alex, Gus and Hank)and 1 girl (Joy, obviously named after me).

As Gus McCutchen said in his bio, “Life is Good”.  I enjoy the company of my wife, retirement, reading, and our church.  We travel some, not much, mostly to Albuquerque. Someone recently asked what my goals are.  My reply was to age gracefully and live long and well.  I suspect most of us have the same goal.  Thanks to Tom Welch for “discovering my where abouts” and reconnecting me to the class of 57.
Best to all
[47]
Gustafson Lopez, Marjorie Jean    Children:  3   Grandchildren:  16    GGrandchildren:  5

Retired, gardening—it’s fun now that I can do it for pleasure—doing things with the senior center.


[48]
Haile Coats, Manya    Spouse: Gerry    Children:  1

[49]
Hamilton, B. B., Jr.         Children:  5  Grandchildren: 7

I lived in Memphis, Tennessee, way too many years, but finally escaped 8 years ago to the San Juan Islands in Washington State. I design and build homes, gardens, and water features.  I think this must be the most beautiful place in the U.S., not too hot or cold, and no bugs.  When I finish work I can jump on the boat and sail for a couple of hours—not bad!
[50]
Hammond Bailey, Roberta (Bobbie)  Spouse:  Bob   Children:  3   Grandchildren:  2

I find retirement just as busy as teaching school and raising a family!  I continue to work part time for the NM Assoc. for the Education of Young Children as Administrative Coordinator and as Chair of our annual Early Childhood Conference, held each spring in Albuquerque.  I’m active in two societies of women educators.  Bob is choir director and bell choir director at our church, so I enjoy singing in the choir and playing bells.  I’m also the church pianist.  Our family is all in Albuquerque for which we feel so blessed!  When time allows, we love to spend time at our cabin in the Jemez Mountains.  We have “graduated” from riding motorcycles to ATVs.
[51]
Harbron, Leon     Spouse:  Alice  Children: 2  Grandchildren: 1 GGrandchildren:  3

Retired.
[52]
Hatchell, Mike          Spouse:  Dottie       Children: 2  Grandchildren: 1                
[53]
Hilderbrand, James L. (Jim)   Spouse:  Judy       Children 4  Grandchildren:  12  GGrandchildren: 3

In November I will complete 5 years as Chaplain with Vista Care Hospice in Columbus, Georgia.  Judy (’56) has come roaring back since quadruple-bypass surgery in July 2006.  Sweetness: Claire Marie Hildebrand, Sept. ’06; Genevieve Rachel, August ’07; and ?, March ’08.  They are “Great” grandchildren.
[54]
Hill, Max              Spouse:   Joyce     Children:  6      Grandchildren:  3

I joined the Navy during my senior year.  Upon discharge in 1960 I worked in sales (insurance, real estate, IBM and others) and/or small start ups for about 10-12 years until becoming an investment banker in Houston. Opened my own firm in the mid-70s in Dallas & sold out in ‘83. Economics or boredom has kept me in business since; car dealer, construction, call center, etc. until selling out to spend full time with my antique golf collection and playing golf. I still do consultant work for 3-6 months a year which keeps me from getting too content with loafing. I finally married the right girl in 1982 and Joyce has been the love of my life. Between the two of us, 6 kids. We have lived in Austin, TX for about 20 years and can’t imagine living anywhere else. I think a lot about my high school days and look forward to seeing everyone.
[55]
Hoffman, Fred    Spouse:   Missy           Children:  2      Dogs:  3
 
We have been doing some traveling around these beautiful United States. Our most recent trips were to Charleston, South Carolina, and Savannah, Georgia. We have spent quite some time exploring the southwest, along with some of the northwest. I do volunteer work with the homeless that includes working in a soup kitchen one day a week. I also volunteer teach woodworking one day a week. Being somewhat handy, when my garage door is open, my neighbors seem to bring a plethora of broken stuff for me to fix. If they can’t carry it, I go visit and fix. My fees are high, usually coffee or fresh picked fruits and produce. Five years ago I built my wife a potting shed, that I augmented last year with a greenhouse for her 100+ orchids.
[56]
Hofmann, Don                    Spouse:  Celeste       Children: 3  Grandchildren:  7

Retired in October 2003 from Abbott Laboratories after 41 tears of sales/ marketing/ management in the Pharmaceutical Division.  Currently consulting for recruitment within the pharmaceutical industry.  Enjoy traveling, golf, fishing, and most of all spending as much time as possible with the grandchildren.
[57]
Hood, Darrell              Children:  4     Grandchildren:  10

I owned a sheet metal shop for thirty years.  Retired in 1993.  Since then, I have taken a cruise once a year and play golf once or twice a week (weather permitting).
[58]
Horton Horton, Charlene     Spouse:  Loren     Children:  2     Grandchildren:  2

It's hard to talk about myself but I do play hard and move fast.  Done lots of traveling to Europe and Asia over the years, China was one of our favorite trips.  Next year plan to visit Egypt in April.  Loren operates Horton Petroleum Corporation and I handle all of the administrative work for the company.  I'm on the Board of Directors for a wonderful organization, The Children's Assessment Center.  The system is designed to protect and treat sexually abused children. We give support and guidance for the child throughout the recovery process.  In the Houston center we average four hundred children a month who are in dreadful need of help.  I taught my two grandchildren, Trey  (14) and Alicia (10), how to fly fish, but they put me to shame the last two years fishing for King Salmon in Alaska.

[59]
Houser Martin, Mary Jean     Children: 4      Grandchildren: 2
[60]
Huff Vallefuoco, Pat     Spouse:  Bill   Children: 4   Grandchildren:  6   GGrandchildren:  4

I am a retired high school teacher and taught basic math and advised the yearbook for most of my thirty years of teaching.  Now I enjoy most of my retirement time keeping up with my active husband at our local YMCA.  I enjoy doing memory books, gardening, community work and many church activities

[61]
Hull Vivian, Betty    Spouse:  Joe          Children:  3   Grandchildren:   6

Joe and I celebrated 41 years this March. He married 3 gals in ’66: Bev and Teri were 6 and 5. Our son, Joe Ray, was born in ’68. Those 3 have given us 6 grandchildren but only 1 grandson, 22, who gets out of the Navy soon. We’re going to high school graduations for the Texas and Arizona granddaughters this May. The other 3 are entering 10th, 7th, and 5th. Joe’s “office” is filled with local, state, regional, and national awards for his coaching career. He’s in 6 different Halls of Fame. After 35 years of grading papers, I don’t miss the long hours, but I do miss my students. We’ve had 6 wonderful cruises including our 45th reunion. Australia and New Zealand are scheduled for this fall. God bless all the people working on our fabulous 50th reunion. It will be the best ever.
[62]
Ivy Harvel, Linda Faye    Spouse:  Dean       Children:  2   Grandchildren:  3

Got married, sold styling salon, and retired.  Became active in Senior Olympics, travel often, follow Lady Lobos Basketball.
[63]
Johnson, Stanton (Stan)    Children:  3   Grandchildren:  6  GGrandchildren:  1

The melanoma cancer in my right eye took over 2 years and 8 laser surgeries, but it’s dead. It left me partly blind in my eye, but I still can see out the side. Also, I still have my 2000 Roush Mustang, and Jack Roush has signed it three times. It is still fun to drive, and now I’m just doing dealer displays—more fun. I still bowl. I’m not all that good, but the team I’m on just took first place for the third year in a row. Oh, added one granddaughter and one great-grandson. Think I’m getting older? Also still love life. Looking forward to coming to the reunion.
[64]
Johnson Robertson, Karen Jeanne   Spouse: Tom  Children: 2  Grandchildren:  2

Married 45 years.  Tom retired from the ATSF RR ten years ago. We always have a huge vegetable garden, and our roses and yard are really pretty this year. With some urging, we joined a senior co-ed bowling league. We don’t bowl very well, but enjoy the people. We enjoy traveling, some of it in our RV, and visiting family and friends. In December, we took a Globus tour of several German cities for Christmas markets, then spent time with our oldest son, Doyle, who lives in Heidelberg. Our second son, Brian, Ali, and grandchildren Savannah and Hugo live in Las Cruces. I completed my term in Eastern Star as an appointed Grand Officer at state level in 2003. Tom and I traveled the whole state visiting chapters that year and met lots of new Star members. Last year, I was elected Worthy Matron of my chapter in Albuquerque as well as secretary of my chapter in Belen. Eastern Star, a Masonic organization, keeps me quite busy—even now!
[65]
Jolly, Edward        Spouse: Susan          Children: 3     Grandchildren: 10

Susan and I have been retired for 13 years, and we love it! Our most recent vacations have been to Maui, where we have been known to spend most of the month of November. We travel some to visit our kids and grandkids scattered from Seattle to Colorado and London. I rent a school gym and weekly play co-ed volleyball with friends, except in the summer when I am more likely to be out camping in our RV and riding my mountain bike. I also hike, ski, and snowshoe in the appropriate seasons.
[66]
Karchmer Cohn, Patricia (Pennie)          Spouse:  Cliff       Children: 2

Studying a little quantum physics, especially as it relates to intention and outcome.  Otherwise, everything is the same:  Cliff and I are still working.  A recent highlight was a trip to Peru a year ago.  Machu Picchu was incredible!
[67]
Kasnic, Michael Spouse:  Wilma  Children:  2 Grandchildren:   3

My website tells you what I have been doing for the past 50 years. While teaching for APS in 1967, I met this beautiful girl, Wilma, from Muskogee, OK.  We married in December of 1968 and have two children, David and Diana. In August 2006, I retired after 23 years on the faculty at the Teachers College at Emporia State University, Emporia, KS.  We moved to Wilma’s home town, so I am now an Okie from Muskogee.  Daughter and granddaughter live in Gilbert, AZ, so we drive through Albuquerque quite often, usually making it our overnight stop.  Son and two grandchildren live in Firestone, CO, so we do a lot of traveling to CO and AZ.  After golfing and working in the yard, I still teach online classes part-time for the Teachers College.

[68]
Kutzscher, Richard        Spouse:  Lilly Ann         Children:  2 
 
We have been enjoying retirement since 2000--traveling, camping, hiking, and exploring New Mexico and Colorado. Our oldest daughter, Maria, completed graduate school in Dallas and is a speech and language pathologist. Our youngest, Marissa, is currently attending UNM graduate school and working as an activities coordinator at the Taylor Ranch community center. No grandchildren as yet. We will have a family reunion this summer at Vallecito Lake, Colorado, honoring my sister’s 80th birthday. Gardening is my greatest hobby, and I try to keep fit by working out three days a week and walking our two dogs.  We are planning an automobile trip up the California, Oregon, and Washington coast, ending in Seattle for later this year.
[69]
Lavandoski, Joe      Children:  2   Grandchildren:  2

U.S. Marine Corps, 1957-60. B.S., M.S. from UNM, 1960-68.  Biology teacher APS, 1965-95.  Founder, President, CEO Sea of Cortez Institute of Natural Science and Marine Biology (marine biology tours for high school students to Mexico, Hawaii, and the Bahamas), 1970-85.  Retired 1995.  Presently, big game hunting and fishing, mountain biking, “Harley” touring and being a child again.
[70]
Lawton, Larry    Spouse:  Kathy   

Kathy and I were still living in Prescott, Arizona, and were unable to attend the 45th reunion cruise. We moved from Prescott to Colorado Springs, Colorado in 2004. We don’t take vacations, we just move—3 times in 7 years. We are both retired, but still own and operate Astroline Products, plus Kathy has been published seven times and is working on the next “great American novel.” This reunion will be our first time back to Albuquerque since we left in 1998. Looking forward to seeing old friends and getting reacquainted.
[71]
Layton Hoffman, Judith Children:  2

For the last five years I have been living in the Midwest.  I have been a caregiver for my parents and my aunt, all in their late 90’s.  In my spare time, I enjoy spending time in my award-winning garden.  Throughout the years, we have enjoyed many visits from family members from across the country and Europe.  I am looking forward to seeing old friends and classmates at the reunion.
[72]
Lepisto, Carl        Spouse: Eileen         Children:  2   Grandchildren:  2

In the last five years, I retired from my medical practice and then worked in Saudi Arabia at King Khaled Eye Specialty Hospital in the emergency room and on the teaching faculty for Saudi Arabian ophthalmology residents.  Eileen and I were able to travel to Egypt, Jordan, Dubai, Bahrain, Oman, Nepal, and India while we were in the Mideast.  We then moved to Tasmania, Australia, for 6 months where I was also on the teaching faculty at the medical school.  I have retired again to do more travels.  Recently we were in Zambia, Zimbabwe, and South Africa where we visited friends we had worked with in Saudi Arabia.  We continue to travel, play with our 2 grandchildren, and enjoy home life where I am building a large shop to work on classic and antique cars and do wood work.
[73]
Lindberg, Dick  Spouse:  Rita  Children:  2 Grandchildren:   1

I am still working at WalMart.  I am planning to retire next June.
[74]
Lindquist Lovenberg, Susan  Spouse:  Bernt   Children:  5   Grandchildren:  7

Retired RN. Worked 27 years in the operating room. Lost my husband George Gordon to asthma. Took a trip to Sweden and met my husband, Bernt. We had actually become acquainted on the internet. We married in October 2003 and moved to Arizona. Bernt has recently started a real estate business, and we both work at it together. We love Arizona and recently moved to our new home in Surprise west of Phoenix. I miss the New Mexico food, especially green chile, so I have to “import” it from a NM website.


[75]
Long Anderson. Audrey    Spouse:  Andy   Children: 1   Grandchildren:  2

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Lovett, Norm   Spouse:  Barbara   Children: 2   Grandchildren:  6

After 25 years as the founder of Shiloh Ranch, we have now retired and are in the process of building our dream house in Post Falls, Idaho. We hope to be moved in by October. We have done some traveling since the last reunion, and have especially enjoyed cruises. We also continue to do marriage and family counseling.
[77]
Mahr, Ed                   Spouse:  Joline           Children:  2  
 
I continue to work as a contract lobbyist, representing local and national business interests before the New Mexico legislature. My wife, Joline, recently retired from Central New Mexico Community College after 28 years as an administrator. I plan to continue working, but at a reduced work load, so we can travel. Our two daughters, Amy and Kristin, have both earned master’s degrees and work in the education fields in Albuquerque and Phoenix. Joline and I have many trips planned for the future, including a Mexican Riviera cruise this fall and, hopefully, a Greek Isles cruise in 2008. We continue to live in the same home in Albuquerque’s valley for the past 30 years and enjoy the city’s bike paths, cultural attractions, and the downtown and Nob Hill restaurants.
[78]
Mastin, Denny          Spouse:  Milly         Children:  2   Grandchildren:  2

We retired in 2001 and moved from Wichita, Kansas, to Alto, New Mexico. We own a 5-acre lot in Alto and designed a house for it. We built the house, and have now been in it for over five years. I spend some of my time volunteering for search and rescue, home owners’ association, church treasurer, and ushering at Spencer Theater. Hobbies include astronomy, reading, landscaping, physical fitness, and traveling. Since retiring, we’ve been to Greece, British Isles, Ireland, Italy, and China, also to family—2 mothers and 3 sisters in Albuquerque, 3 sisters elsewhere, and sons in Indianapolis and Chicago.  I especially enjoy not setting an alarm and taking an afternoon nap when I can.
[79]
McCall Feely, Marcia Ann      Spouse:  John (Jack)  Children: 3   Grandchildren:  5

The past 5 years have really been busy, and seem to go by so fast.  Jack and I have enjoyed time at our Angus Ranch in western N.M., and worked hard there too!  Have watched our 3 children and their spouses (all living in Albuquerque) with lots of smiles, chuckles, and memories as we see them raising our 5 grandchildren.  Our oldest grandson graduated from high school this past May.  Every year we manage to get to the beach in Venice, FL that we love and also to the National Rodeo Finals in Las Vegas in December.  Had some good trips in our RV fishing and a wonderful time seeing Mt. Rushmore.  So all is well, we are blessed with dear family and friends, and good health.  Looking forward to the 50th reunion—Hornet hugs to all!
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McCord Otero, Mary West     Spouse:  John Henry  Children:  4   Grandchildren:  5

Taught in high school and K-1.  Taught 3 years in a Unified School District, both junior and high school.  Taught 2 years in Christian private school.  Taught 2 years at HHS.  Taught 9 years at Rio Grande High School.
[81]
McCutchen, Edwin (Gus)   Spouse:  Judy   Children:  2   Grandchildren:   2

We moved from Wenatchee, Washington, to Port Townsend, Washington, in 1999 and love our new digs! Lots of artists, authors, and music. I continue to enjoy retired life. Judy  is working half-time as the gifted coordinator for the Port Townsend school district. Port Townsend is a great place to live!  We are in the rain shadow of the Olympic Mountain range, so we get only about 18 inches of rain annually. Our neighboring communities get 2 to 3 times that much!  Currently, I play guitar and mandolin in a group we call “Dang Near Jazz,” playing mostly bluegrass, blues, and swing. Life is good!
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McGillan Hulick, Marcia Spouse:  Jim Children:  3 Grandchildren:   8

I had a stroke in 2003 and I’m paralyzed on my left side and am in a wheelchair.  My husband, Jim, has been with me throughout and has been wonderful.  We moved to San Antonio a couple of months ago to be near my grandchildren.  That makes me so happy.
[83]
McKinney Quist, Linda Kay     Spouse:  Terry     Children:  6     Grandchildren:  16

Terry and I started dating after the HHS 40th reunion.  Our friendship grew and we were married in May 2004.  The children and grandchildren are from our combined families.  We love to travel, and spend weekends traveling around NM.  Last year, we hooked up our trailer and camped all over the Northwest.  After a month on the road, it was hard to get back to the real world.  Finally obtained my accounting degree and decided I should get some use out of it.  So I am still working, but looking forward to retiring in the near future.  Sadly, I lost my mother in November and Terry lost his brother-in-law in December.  We have both had medical problems, but at our age, I guess this is expected.  We are both looking forward to our 50th reunions—mine at Highland and his at Valley High.
[84]
McNamara McIntosh, Susan   Spouse:  Children:  3 stepdaughters   Grandchildren: 1 step-grandson

I’ve lived since 1979 in Huntington, a small hill town in western Massachusetts, first with my husband, Donald, then after his death ten years ago, on my own—if you don’t count the varying numbers of cats. Summer of 2006 I retired after twenty-one years as an outreach worker for people with developmental disabilities. The demands of our local Conservation Commission, which I have chaired for many years, promptly began to expand to fill all available time. Then, when word of my “retirement” got around Town Hall, I found myself on a few more volunteer committees. Happily, there’s also time for reading, hiking, gardening, and other good outdoor activities. I’m excited to visit New Mexico, where I haven’t been since graduation from HHS.
[85]
Mercer, David  Spouse:  Ann  Children:  1 Grandchildren:   2

Retired from teaching with APS (wife, Patricia Ann McCash ’65, also recently retired from teaching), we gave up all that was familiar to us in New Mexico and moved to Whidbey Island, WA.  Our two grandkids in Everett had much to do with this decision.  Sold our mountain home of 28 years, near the reunion picnic area, and just completed our new home in Langley on the island.  Recently celebrated  41st anniversary.  Have traveled extensively in the past 30 years, including a year in the UK (a Fulbright exchange teacher).  We are both UNM alumni and for 20 years conducted high school student tours throughout Europe and are currently organizing small adult tours.  Island life seems to suit us as we keep busy gardening, volunteering, beachcombing, designing homes (my passion) and wandering about.  I haven’t kept up with but a handful of my high school friends but would truly like to hear from some of those that remember times we shared.
[86]
Meyners, Richard     Spouse:  Judith               Children:  3   Grandchildren:  7

My wife Judith (HHS ’58) and I have three grown children who all live out of state. We try to see each family quarterly, so air travel seems to be constant. With seeing the children and vacations, we are flying almost every month somewhere. I continue to go fishing in Alaska every year with friends from here and my son-in-law from Denver. Last year Judith and I took the Rock Mountaineer from Vancouver to Calgary with friends and had a great trip. This year with these same friends we went to Savannah and Charleston for a week. Haven’t planned next year’s trip. When I am in town, I play racketball daily, ride my bicycle on Saturdays, and ski during the winter.
[87]
Miller Bracco, Jocelyn      Spouse:  Bob         Children:  4   Grandchildren:  4

After living in California for 25 years, we retired and moved to Texas.  While we have not fully adjusted to the Texas heat, we really do enjoy the beautiful Texas Hill Country, I keep very busy doing the things I love to do such as serve in Women’s Ministry, teach a Bible study, play Mah Jong, do some writing, reading, cooking, and entertaining, as well as enjoy my husband’s golf game and some traveling.  Most of all, I love being Grammy to my four grandchildren who live in North Carolina.  We are looking forward to celebrating our 50th anniversary in 2008 and are contemplating a move to North Carolina in the next few years.  Although the last five years have been very rewarding, there have been some sad times as we experienced the death of our youngest son.  But all in all we are truly blessed and we love retirement.
[88]
Minor, G. Robert     Spouse:  Grace     Children:  4     Grandchildren:  5

Retired from Albuquerque Police Department after 25 years.  Worked as a locksmith.  Hobby:  Beekeeper for 30 years.
[89]
Mobley Bertenshaw, Nicki     Spouse:  Bill    Children:  4   Grandchildren  11

Retired high school teacher, I now have a contract with the City of Albuquerque to supply all food and drink vendors for City events.  This keeps me busy six months a year; the rest of the year we travel.  Old age still “sucks”!
[90]
Montoya Sinclair, Felicita (Fally)     Spouse:  Richard     Children:  3     Grandchildren:  9     GGrandchildren:  5
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Morgan, Clifford Owen     Spouse:  Elizabeth     Children:  3     Grandchildren:  2

I live and work on Los Lunas, NM (psychology office).  Married to Elizabeth Duran-Morgan, and we have a 16-year old daughter, Kayla.   I have two children (older) from a previous marriage, Rand and Cara.  Enjoy mountain biking with fellow ’57 grads Joe Lavandoski and Paul Pizzoli.  Also see Joe Sabath frequently and Todd Johnson (pre-’57 grad).  Life is great!
[92]
Mullins Blount, Marla Kay    Spouse:  Byrl    Children:  2   Grandchildren   3

Byrl retired in 1988 and we have spent much time at our cabin in the Gallinas Canyon in Montezuma, New Mexico.  It is five miles up the canyon from the United World College, outside Las Vegas, New Mexico.  In September 2002 we moved up here permanently.  We have a log home overlooking the Gallinas River, plus four trout ponds.  We have horses, four dogs, many cats, and also chickens!  We live on 107 acres.  For several years we have been Get-Away Parents for the United World College, including students from Bhutan and Kenya who now attend Tufts and Wellesley.  Our two daughters and three granddaughters live in Albuquerque.  During the school year we visit them once a week.  In the summer they are here with their friends—hiking, horseback riding, swimming, boating, catching tadpoles.  Also “picking eggs” as I have had chickens for four years.  Byrl and I have maintained very close relationships with our Albuquerque friends.  We also travel with them several times a year.
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Nelson Horn Claxton, Janet   Children:  2   Grandchildren  1

The last 5 years have been very good, but then the first 63 weren’t bad.  I have lived alone for the past 19 years, and that seems to suit me.  I’ve been a Colorado real estate broker for 31 years and am thankful that I can still work full time.  I’m socially active but find that I don’t have the stamina for late nights.  My health is good except for that - ##%^//*- arthritis.  Raising my children took longer than I anticipated but they turned out fine.  Whew!  What a hard job!
[94]
Olinger Miles, Barbara     Spouse:  Larry     Children:  3     Grandchildren:  2

In June 2001 I retired from Weyerhaeuser Co., and planned to golf, garden, go antiquing, take gourmet cooking classes, visit grandchildren and get a golden retriever puppy.  Since then, Pancho, the golden retriever, has dominated our lives.  Until 2005, I walked him every day and spent little time on golf and other activities.  Did manage to take the gourmet cooking classes and see the grandkids, though!  In 2005, Weyerhaeuser asked if I would come back to work for a few days a week.  Now I’m working five days a week and most days still enjoy what I’m doing (relocation counselor).  Larry runs his wind turbine business out of our home, so he’s the weekday dog walker and we walk together on the weekends.  Life is good here in the Puget Sound.  We’ve even found a restaurant, The Santa Fe Café, that flies their green chile in from NM.
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Olson Friloux, Arleen     Spouse:  Henry   Children:   4   Grandchildren  6

I was blessed to meet a wonderful guy from Louisiana; Henry and I have now been married for 43 years.  My life in Destrehan along the Mississippi River has been very good.  We have 4 children and 6 grandchildren—Andrea and family in Hillsborough , North Carolina; Jacqueline and family near us; Henri and family in Plano, Texas.  Our youngest, Pierre, who has Down Syndrome, works in supported employment and lives at home with us.  Henry and I continue to work.  He has been very busy with his construction business, mainly with Hurricane Katrina recovery.  After many years of family and volunteer work, I am currently a program coordinator in the Medicaid Waiver Program for Adults with Disabilities.  In our extra time, we like to support community and church activities.  Hi to all HHS ’57 grads who cannot make our reunion.  These 50 years went by very quickly!
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Olson Soehlig, Betty Jo     Children:  2

I am widowed and have started to spend my summers in Northern Wisconsin where I have a cottage on a lake.  I travel a great deal, and have been to France, Sweden, Denmark, Hungary, Austria, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Mexico, and Costa Rica in the last five years.  I am going to Australia and New Zealand in March 2008.  No grandkids.  A daughter in Chicago and a son in Arizona.
[97]
Penix Folger, Shirley  Children:   2 Grandchildren:   6

In April 2006, I moved to an “over 55” community called Heritage Ranch, about 30 miles from Dallas.  I play Pinochle, Canasta, Hand & Foot, dominoes, work out at the club and do water aerobics.  GREAT PLACE!
[98]
Penn, Ann     Children:  4   Grandchildren:  5

After many happy years in the Southwest, in 2003 I left my wonderful job and friends in Santa Fe, and children and grandchildren in Albuquerque, and returned to my roots in NE Oklahoma.  I threw myself into volunteering, spearheaded a fund-raiser, and planned events with the City Arts Commission in nearby Siloam Springs, Arkansas.  Finding that volunteering wasn’t enough, I managed a General Store here and presently am working full time selling home sites in the beautiful forested mountain area called Flint Ridge where I live, work, and play (golf, fishing, river canoeing, etc.).  It’s a 7,000 acre gated community and game preserve just east of a recent Nature Conservancy acquisition on the Illinois River.  All of my children and grandchildren have visited me here, and I get back to Albuquerque and Santa Fe 2 or 3 times yearly.  Life has been and continues to be a Great Adventure!
[99]
Pier, Duke     Spouse:  Patricia    Children:  2

I retired as chair of the Department of Music at the University of Alberta (Canada) in July 2003 after 31 years there as a member of the academic staff.  Since retirement, Pat and I have enjoyed trips across Canada and the US, to Europe and the Caribbean.  I still play the trumpet some (some of the travel has been associated with that), enjoy golf (whether I break 100 or not), have learned to curl (having now lived in Canada exactly half my life), go to the gym, keep an eye on my 85-year-old mother, June, and generally get a kick out of life.  Our son Ford (36) lives the peripatetic life of a musician/ songwriter, and currently resides with his partner, Amelia, in Vancouver.  Alison, our daughter (31) having spent several years as an expensively educated waitress in Victoria and Whistler, has just finished a Masters’ in Library and Information Technology at McGill University in Montreal.
[100]
Pinson Beery, Judith  

I’m enjoying my 12th year of retirement from high school teaching (in Livermore, California).  Spent 8 weeks in Germany and Italy last fall visiting friends, but the sticker shock was still considerable!  Prefer camping trips in the Southwest these days.  Have become more active doing volunteer work at St. Bede’s Episcopal Church and the Wheelwright Museum in Santa Fe.  I frequently visit my mother and sister in San Diego, one brother in Vail, and another in Nashville.
[101]
Pizzoli, Paul     Spouse:  Mary Beth      Children:  2

Retired from county government 2000.  Working for my wife, selling art.  Traveling, seeing the world.  Doing art shows.  Hiking in the summer.  Riding mountain and road bikes.  Having fun.
[102]
Powell, Kirk         Spouse:  Charlotte

Retired.  My wife and I love to travel, fish, and visit ghost towns.

[103]
Pizzoli, Paul     Spouse:  Mary Beth      Children:  2

Retired from county government 2000.  Working for my wife, selling art.  Traveling, seeing the world.  Doing art shows.  Hiking in the summer.  Riding mountain and road bikes.  Having fun.
[104]
Rader Ridlon Exarhos, Sharon    Spouse:  Nick    Children:  2 Grandchildren:   5     GGrandchildren:  4

Working as real estate consultant, by referral only, since 1976 (10750 W. Charleston Blvd, Suite 180, Las Vegas, NV 89135, www.LivingintheLasVegasValley.com)

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Randel Matthewson, Louise  Children:  2 Grandchildren:   2

After living and teaching in Las Vegas, Nevada, for a year, I returned to Albuquerque.  I teach art and architecture in the Albuquerque Public Schools.  My daughter lives in Denver, Colorado, and my son is in College Station, Texas.  I don’t get to see my two grandchildren in College Station nearly enough.  During the last five years I have been completely renovating the town home I purchased after returning from Las Vegas.  My favorite things right now are (aside from my grandchildren):  architecture, Buddhism, the Whole Foods Market, and my two Devon Rex kittens.
[106]
Redburn Harmening, Mary Lou  Children:  2 Grandchildren: 2

I missed the cruise because I had total hip replacement—I am now a Bionic Woman.  Also had knee surgery three months ago. All from dancing!  Am busy in the Moose—this year I am Chaplain.  My daughter, Kim, lives in Thornton, CO (no children).  Son, Ray, retired from Air Force after 20 years.  He has two grown kids.  It is hard to believer it’s been 50 years since high school.  My grandson graduated from Highland two years ago.  And of course, I taught him the school song.  Look forward to seeing everyone—and still dancing!

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Reed Loveland, Jane   Children:  2  Grandchildren:  1

At the time of the 1997 reunion I had worked with the Billy Graham Crusade here in Albuquerque.  It changed so much for me.  It brought me out of New Age and back to Christ.  I have traveled to Israel three times with Christian ministries.  This summer I attended Christians United for Israel in Washington, DC and plan to attend again.  I visited the Vatican in 2004 and saw Venice, Florence, and Rome on a ministry tour.  There is only one America, which I love and am so grateful for.  Jesus, country, family, and friends--we are a blessed nation.  So grateful am I that we shared our school days together at HHS.  I am a life member of the Republican National Committee, involved in our free process of keeping our liberty and law-making in our nation’s capitol.  In 2006 I was a recipient of the American Spirit Medal awarded by the US Republican Senate. God love you all, I do.
[108]
Rhodes Huckabee, Jerre Spouse:  Brad     Children:  3        Grandchildren:  6

Brad and I will have been married 50 years in November.  We have three children, Denise, Diane, and Bryan, and six grandchildren ranging in age from 23 to 4 years old.  We live in a retirement community outside Phoenix called Sun Lakes, AZ.  We spend our time playing golf, bridge and planning the next trip.  We are leaving in September on a cruise to the Greek Islands and will end up in Venice, Italy for 3 days.  We will be gone about 3 weeks.  I also work part-time at Wells Fargo Bank and the Phoenix Convention Center where I meet interesting people from all over the world.  This does not leave me enough time to read all the books I have on my reading list.  We are blessed with good health, a wonderful family and many great friends in Albuquerque and Arizona.
[109]
Rice, Jack  Children:  4 Grandchildren:   2
[110]
Rimer, Ed      Spouse:  Della    Children:  6   Grandchildren:  10   GGrandchildren:  2

Pastor, First Assembly of God, Mountainair, New Mexico.
[111]
Rine Ingebritson, Norma   Spouse:  Howard   Children:  1   Grandchildren:  1

[112]
Robberson Steele, Alice Lee    Spouse:  Gail Frederick (deceased)  Children: 2   Grandchildren  2

I have been retired for 10 years from teaching intermediate school orchestra for 22 years.  I continue to play the violin in a community orchestra.  I was a concertmaster for 25 years.  I have a trio and string quartet who play for weddings and other gigs.  I am very much into gardening and church activities.  I continue to teach violin and viola students privately and sub in the school district as needed.  I have had the opportunity to travel abroad 3 times in the last 5 years. 
[113]
Robertson, Buddy     Spouse:  Jerri          Children:  3   Grandchildren:  7

After graduation with a Masters’ in Education and Administration, I taught social studies and coached football/ baseball for 15 years.  I served 1 year in Korea with the Air Guard.  I moved to the APS District Athletic Office in 1977, retiring in 2002 as Athletic Director for 11 high schools.  My wife, Jerri, taught PE for 35 years in APS, retiring in 2001.  Our children are Michael (Beckie), grandchildren Delaney, Jack, Lucas; Lyssa Nelson (Dan), grandchildren Zachary, MacKenzye, Brooke; and Thomas, granddaughter Riley.  I serve on the Board of Directors for the Albuquerque Sports Hall of Fame, Baseball/ Softball Hall of Fame, and play golf with other retirees.  Jerri and I are in charge of Wilson Stadium for football/ boys and girls track meets, and enjoy sharing our seven grandchildren’s activities.  We’re active in Asbury UM Church and love to travel.
[114]
Robertson Pike, Alice Jean        Spouse:  Val        Children:  3   Grandchildren:  4

I am married to Val Pike and have 3 children and 4 grandchildren. I have spent most of the last 50 years volunteering in one capacity or another.  Primarily, I have 14,000 hours volunteer service at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita.  My husband and I are currently the activities coordinators for Desert Gold RV Park in Brenda, Arizona.  We have done this for the last 3 years.  We book entertainment and manage approximately 100 volunteers.  We live in Arizona in the winter and in Wichita, Kansas, in the summer months
[115]
Robinson, Frank     Spouse:  Dinah        Children:   3   Grandchildren:  8

[116]
Robinson Johnson, Nancy Spouse:  Charles   Children:  2 Grandchildren:   2

It seems like the past five years have all rolled into 2006-2007 because Charles and I have been on the move.  After 35 years, we decided to downsize to a smaller home--it took almost a year to find the right one for us.  Being settled will still take awhile, but we know that a move was the right thing to do.  Did we ever have a lot of junk!!  We’ve also been helping our son Steve and his family move first into an apartment before their move into a newly built home, and then our son Wayne and his wife move into their new office building.  Soon we’ll again be helping Steve and his family move to Tucson, where he has a job offer he couldn’t refuse.  Even though recently I’ve been in “move” turmoil, in general I continue to have a life that’s rich and full of purpose, excitement and joy.  I’m truly blessed.
[117]
Robuck Putman, Carole    Spouse:  Stan   Children:  2   Grandchildren:  3

Stan and I celebrated our golden wedding anniversary in February 2006.  Our children surprised us with a fabulous party.  Since 2000 we have traveled many months of each year in our ’42 Beaver Marquis diesel pusher.  We covered 46 states and most of Canada visiting family, friends, and sightseeing, including the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta several times.  We have enjoyed trips to many countries and love cruising.  Recent cruises to the Mediterranean, Black Sea, Greek Isles, Italy, and, last year, on the Baltic Scandinavian cruise we renewed our vows.  A two-week driving tour of Ireland completed our vacation.  The Panama Canal cruise is booked for April 2008.  Our daughter Melody, husband Tom, and two children live in Denmark, but will soon be at NATO headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia.  Our son Stan, Jr., a lawyer in Austin and wife, Lisa, have one son. All in all we have had a good long run in life seeking happiness and finding it in our family and in each other. 
[118]
Rosier Hendren, Suann     Spouse:  Lyndel   Children:  4   Grandchildren:  12

After practicing law for the last 17 years, I retired in January 2007.  I had open heart surgery in August 2006 and decided it was time to “hang up my lawyer hat.”  My husband, Lyndel, and I have traveled extensively over the last five years, both prior to and since retirement.  Our travels have included trips to Europe and the Mediterranean, as well as golf trips to Ireland, England, Mexico, Canada, Arizona, California, Georgia, and Hilton Head.  We also spend a considerable amount of time visiting our 4 children and 12 grandchildren.  Our daughters, Jenny, Janna, and Julie, live with their families in Germantown, Tennessee; Dallas, Texas; and Greenville, South Carolina, respectively.  Our son Jamie lives with his family in Denver, Colorado.  With our children and grandchildren scattered around the country, we console ourselves with our two little Shih Tzus, Annie and Andy.
[119]
Ross, Lonnie     Spouse:  Kathleen          Children:  4     Grandchildren:  6

Retired from General Electric Aircraft Engines in 2001 with 41 years of service.  Currently, I’m an FAA DAR Representative and a Quality Systems Consultant for manufacturing companies.
[120]
Rubincam, Paul        Spouse:  Sue         Children:  2   Grandchildren:  3

What is most new and different for the past 5 years in the lives of Sue and Paul are grandchildren—three of them—our reward for not strangling our teenagers, no doubt a common situation with other classmates.  Of course, we think ours are special.  The two youngest ones live in the Albuquerque area, so we are frequent Southwest Airlines travelers, keeping their bottom line in the black.  That has come in handy in planning this reunion, with our excellent reunion committee members, many of whom live in New Mexico.  Otherwise, much is the same—same wife (45 years), same house (37 years), same job—although not for long—retirement next year.  What will I do with myself?  All my retired friends say retired life is great (what else would they say?).  Maybe we start planning the HHS ’57 55th reunion!
[121]
Runnels, Dwayne     Spouse:  Linda     Children:  2       Grandchildren:  2

We continue to live in south Mississippi.  We were hit rather severely by that wonderful lady Katrina.  Prior to her our house was named Pinewoods.  After Katrina, it has been renamed as Open Range.  We lost over 100 trees on the property, with nine of them ending up on the house.  As you might expect, it has been a slow, fairly expensive recovery even though our insurance was very generous in the coverage.  Our byword has become, “In 200 years no one will ever know we were hit.”  Linda continues her Kindergarten teaching and we take pride that she may well be the oldest Kindergarten teacher in the state.  Godspeed to all of you and may you always have smooth seas and a following wind in your lives.
[122]
Rutherford, Paul     Spouse: Susie     Children:  4 (2 deceased)   Grandchildren:  2


[123]
Rutherford Coughlen, Marilyn    Spouse:  Tucker   Children:  2   Grandchildren:  2

I retired from teaching 6 years ago.  I stay busy golfing, playing bridge, gardening, and taking wonderful trips.  We will be going to Germany, Sweden, and Russia in August.  Next year a trip to Africa.  We have several time-shares which we use to visit places in the States.  Our children live in Houston and Austin, close to our home in Baytown, Texas, so we are able to enjoy our families.
[124]
Schmucker, Dennis     Children:  3

I am living on the Bay in San Diego and building a home there.  I am also building a home in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, which I share from time to time with Barry Durham (you may remember him as the guy with the “jail house” tattoo, who was a permanent resident in summer school).  My youngest daughter, who missed winning a Gold Medal in the U.S. National Track and Field Championships by .01 seconds (the Silver looks great), graduated from UC Berkeley in December and is now living in San Francisco, blocks away from her older sister (a USC graduate).  Since I had custody of them from the ages of 5 and 7, I am now pleased that they are buying their own clothes.  My eldest (there are 3) was recently married in Hawaii.  Thus, my responsibilities in life are restricted to a “little white dog,” left by my daughter’s departure for college, paying construction bills, and skiing.
[125]
Sharp, Wayne  Spouse:  Mary  Children:  2 Grandchildren:   5

In 2001, after 26 years as a minister for the Netherwood Park Church of Christ in Albuquerque, and almost 50 years of living in Albuquerque, Mary and I moved to Yankton, SD, to live near our daughter, Vicki, and her family, for one year.  We came back to Albuquerque for two years (where our son, Tim, lives), then back to South Dakota for one more year, then to our present home here in Cedar Park, TX, a suburb of Austin.  I continue to work part-time as a minister, but I am also involved in music, my first career, both as a performer and a teacher.  In Albuquerque, I played horn with the Albuquerque Philharmonic Orchestra, and here in Texas with the Austin Civic Orchestra.  I also teach private lessons.  I love to play golf and Mary does photography and scrap booking.  And, of course, we go as often as we can to see our five grandkids.
[126]
Shaw, Tony      Children:  3   Grandchildren:  7

Retired in 2001, after 36 years of high school coaching.  Moved to the Texas Hill Country on Lake LBJ.  Lots of time to fish and eat BBQ.  Enjoy playing Granddaddy to 7 grandkids.  The  most!  I’ve got lots of room for anyone driving this way.  Just go 60 miles north of Austin.
[127]
Shay Abdalla, Emma Lou          Children:  1     Grandchildren:  1
[128]
Simpson, Doug     Spouse:  DeLoy    Children:  2   Grandchildren:  2    GGrandchildren:   2

DeLoy and I are in pretty good health for our age, and life is still exciting.  I will retire at the end of 2007 after 49-1/2 years in the ministry and begin to do for free what I have been being paid for.  Over the last 5 years we have taken two mission trips to Guatemala and a cruise to Alaska.  We now have about 100,000 miles on Amtrak, which we feel is the only way to fly and see the good old USA.  Three years ago we traveled across Canada on Via Rail and loved it.  We are the proud grandparents of two girls, and proud great-grandparents of two little baby girls.  We plan to stay in the Indianapolis area and in our house, where we have lived for the last 13 years, and hope to be there for another 10 years at least.  I do a lot of Disaster Relief with Southern Baptist, having helped in the last two hurricane seasons, plus traveling to other places to lend a hand.  I continue to enjoy model railroading, genealogy, and traveling.
[129]
Smith-Sanclare, Shelby     Children: 1   Grandchildren:  4

Where have the last five years gone? I’m grateful not to remember a lot of it (family crises and my own health challenges). Some things, like trips to Austria to visit my 3 grandsons, and granddaughter born this March, are blessings that make all the rest worthwhile. A recent move to much smaller quarters means many tough decisions about cherished belongings from travels and living abroad, many books, specialty cookware, art, and pottery is proving to be a much tougher than I could imagine! Coaching locally has proved more difficult than I’d hoped, so the next challenge will be overcoming my technophobia and developing an internet presence. I’d like to do more expatriate/repatriate and major life changes coaching. I write a quarterly article for an online newsletter, and do interior redesign and landscape consulting for friends, “experimental” cooking, reading, the occasional opera and Popejoy offerings, and jazz events.
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Smith Wood, Pat          Spouse:  Don             Children: 1

Wow!  Lots of changes since the cruise in 2003.  I developed a problem with my back which required lumbar interbody fusion, so we decided to sell our computer business.  That finally happened in December 2006.  At that point, I retired and had the surgery in January.  Feeling great now, and I’m working on my mystery novel.  Don agreed to stay on with the new owners of the company until July 2008, so he won’t get to join me in retirement until then.  But at least he’s able to leave the office earlier now and leave it all behind each night.  We went to Don’s Highland Class of 1956 reunion last September, and one of the neat things we did was a tour of the old alma mater.  Lots of changes there.  It brought back great memories.  The Class of ’57 should do that some time.
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Spain Otto, Patricia    Spouse:  Henning   Children:  2   Grandchildren:  1

Celebrated 46 happy years of marriage on July 7, 2007. Continue to enjoy close relationships with friends and family, especially our daughter Christina (who teaches art in a California high school) and our son Tom (who is a financial planner for Mattel Toy Company) and his wife Diana, and my sister, Carol Jean Minster and her family.  Enjoying retirement, after a wonderful 30-year teaching career, in what I call our “20 acres of Paradise” here in the beautiful and verdant forest of northern Idaho, surrounded by bear, moose, elk, and “other wild critters.”  Continue to love choral singing and traveling, both here in the US and abroad.  Creating and publishing a children’s book and musical CD with my sister and writing a little operetta for children.   Have, at last, an adorable granddaughter who was adopted in China in July 2006.
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Sperling Wright, Carla     Spouse:  Jim    Children:  2    Grandchildren:   2

Jim and I just celebrated our 25th anniversary.  Daughter, Corey Clark, hosted a magnificently happy dinner!  Twenty-eight days of outdoor adventure in New Zealand, which included walking the three-day Routeburn Track, also commemorated our anniversary and “youthfulness”!?  (Walking sticks do make a difference.)  With enormous pride I can report that grandchildren Calvin, 11 and Natalie, 8, now fly solo to us and consider Corrales a second home!  Jim and I continue to immerse ourselves in volunteer “jobs” (sometimes too much):  Kiwanis Club of Corrales (which Jim, president, started a year ago, now has 49 members); Music in Corrales board; and the Corrales MainStreet News, a 16-page quarterly “of which” I’m the editor … and still the English teacher in composition expectation!  Corey, Stace, and Suzanne, Calvin and Natalie, Grandma and Grandpa—our close family.  I’m happiest at Thanksgiving when we’re all together around the table.
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Sperling Wright, Carla     Spouse:  Jim    Children:  2    Grandchildren:   2

Jim and I just celebrated our 25th anniversary.  Daughter, Corey Clark, hosted a magnificently happy dinner!  Twenty-eight days of outdoor adventure in New Zealand, which included walking the three-day Routeburn Track, also commemorated our anniversary and “youthfulness”!?  (Walking sticks do make a difference.)  With enormous pride I can report that grandchildren Calvin, 11 and Natalie, 8, now fly solo to us and consider Corrales a second home!  Jim and I continue to immerse ourselves in volunteer “jobs” (sometimes too much):  Kiwanis Club of Corrales (which Jim, president, started a year ago, now has 49 members); Music in Corrales board; and the Corrales MainStreet News, a 16-page quarterly “of which” I’m the editor … and still the English teacher in composition expectation!  Corey, Stace, and Suzanne, Calvin and Natalie, Grandma and Grandpa—our close family.  I’m happiest at Thanksgiving when we’re all together around the table.
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Stapp Jacobson, Janet Spouse:  Bill   Children:  1      Grandchildren:  3

LIFE’S HIGHLIGHTS, 2003-2007:  Grammy Janet—to grandkids Wil (Eddy); 7, Maury, 5; Caroline (Carly), 3; boys’ romps have Carly always on the run, keeping up with big brothers, red hair flying, mouth proclaiming “Me too, me too!”; Wanderings—East Coast Excursions: Boston, New Hampshire, Maine; weddings, family friends, brilliant colors, slate mountains, woods, craggy coast, ships, wonders to behold!—Albuquerque (Home): brother, friends, balloons, Buble, big blue sky, Sandias pink, wide mesas, vistas, Tamayo calm, tantalizing tastes, flaming bosque, dark mountain silhouettes, endlessly gabbing, yakking, laughing, consuming “New Mex Mex,” sopaipillas!—Switzerland, Italy:  majestic Alps, lakes, Jungfrau, fields, vines, boats, cows, cheese, churches, cathedrals, funiculars, cobblestones, sculptures, paintings, posters, piazzas, Milano, Galleria, La Scala, Verdi, Como, music, sharing, singing, delectable food, wine, smells, tastes, new friends, CAMARADERIE!—California (Home):  writing, singing, teaching, sharing, laughing, living, good family, friends, husband, good health to enjoy one and all!  L’Chaim!
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Starkovich Gonzalez, Sally     Spouse:  Don      Children:  4   Grandchildren:  3

Donald and I bought a new Casita trailer and have traveled all the western and northwestern states several times.  I volunteer at the local hospital and do lots of sewing and crafts.  I’m a member of several quilting and fiber arts groups and have my items in a local gift shop, Celestial Creations.  We love the weather here in Elephant Butte and are looking forward to a new golf course, Wal-Mart, Nascar Training Track, and the Spaceport.  Look us up when you come to the lake!
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Steen Hansen, Peri       Children:  3

I retired in 2003, and my mother, suffering from dementia, moved into my home in 2004.  I enjoyed a cruise through the Panama Canal in 2005, and my youngest son was married in 2006.
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Stevens Comprelli, Nancy Spouse:  Frank     Children:  3  Grandchildren:  1

In the past 5 years there have been some wonderful changes in our lives.  Our youngest daughter was married and has provided us with our first grandchild.  Thatcher was born in Feb. 2006.  We think he is wonderful!  We love being grandparents!  We just wish he lived closer to us, as he and his parents live in Boulder, CO.  We still live in Moraga, CA.  Frank retired from Bechtel after 36 years.  We love to travel.  Last Fall, we had a great trip to Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary.  I think our most perfect trip was our safari to East Africa in ’03.  Fortunately we are in good health, and now that we have 3 of our 4 arthritic knees replaced, we can enjoy our travels.  We also enjoy playing bridge, walking, our friends, and the computer.  I am involved in a women’s service club and Garden Club.  I enjoy quilting and knitting.  Grandparenting takes priority!
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Strader, DeWayne Spouse:  Kathleen Children:  5 Grandchildren:   11

Retired July 2001.  Since then, traveling, caring for parents, hiking and enjoying grandchildren.

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Strawn del Castillo, Janice (Jay)          Spouse:  David             Children:  4     Grandchildren:  9     GGrandchildren:  2

I understand that we missed a really fun 45th reunion cruise, but a brand new baby granddaughter in Ohio took precedence that year.  A total of 3 new grandchildren and 1 new great-granddaughter in the last 5 years has swollen our family considerably.  Only one of the grandchildren lives in Albuquerque so lots of traveling is required.  We enjoy keeping Jack several days a week while his mom teaches school.  My health continues to be good and David’s is rapidly improving since recent back surgery.  In 2005, I did the Master Gardener course and continue to be a mentor.  It is a very useful program, especially for those learning to garden without much water. 
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Szepanski Kaiser, Jackie Spouse:  Bill Children:  2 Grandchildren:   5

We live in a motor home, and travel most of the time.  We have a winter home in Lake Havasu City, AZ.  We love water sports, and spend time boating and riding personal water crafts.

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Thomas, Judy     Children:  2   Grandchildren:  4

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Trombley Kennedy, JoAnn   Spouse:  Ranny   Children:  4   Grandchildren:  8   GGrandchildren:  1

Ranny and I have been married 38 years.  I had two boys:  Jeff (deceased ’92) and Joe when I was married to Rex Boyden HHS ’57, and now deceased.  Joe owns Homes by Joe Boyden.  I have two step-children, Lynn and Glenda.  The Trombleys are a Highland High School Family   Ranny and I have a cabin in Northern New Mexico which we enjoy, but we also love to travel.  I Jazzercise 5 days a week and then go have coffee with the group afterwards (the best part).  I still paint in watercolors and pastels.  I have paintings in Mill Atelier Gallery in Santa Fe, Chumani Gallery in Madrid, and sell the most art out of a little restaurant “Cedar Point Grille” in Cedar Crest. 
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Tucker, Edwin K.   Spouse:  Eva   Children:  2   Grandchildren:  4

Retired in a beautiful corner of Colorado.  We spend our winters in southern Arizona.  I read a lot of local history and drive mountain roads and trails whenever I can.
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Twing Lambert, Margaret Spouse:  George   Children:  2 Grandchildren:   2

After residing 45 years in Albuquerque, George and I moved to Phoenix to be nearer his Arizona land development work.  And I have been able to return to golf, hitting the links about four times a week.  With a handicap of 14, I play local and state tournaments and George joins me weekends for Ahwatukee’s club activities.  We have two children, a son Mark (Kay) Lambert, Albuquerque, a daughter Robin (Keith) Ryan, Tucson, and two granddaughters, Emmy, 14, and Georgia Ryan, 10.  My dad, who will be 92 in November, completes our family circle and, with everyone relatively close, a lot of fun get-togethers are special in our busy lives.
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Vincent Haberman, Frances (Francie)   Spouse: John   Children:  4  Grandchildren:  6   GGrandchildren:  1

We are having a wonderful retirement, enjoying our family, doing some traveling, and enjoying our Colorado mountains to the fullest.
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Voth, Mike     Spouse:  Arvilla Lewis (deceased)  Children:  2   Grandchildren:  5  GGrandchildren:  2

During the past 10 years or so my life has followed a fairly predictable pattern.  I spend some of the summer in Red River, winter in Amarillo, and take an occasional trip down to the Dallas area to visit my two kids and their families.  Being a Great-Grandfather is a little unsettling, but I’ve learned to deal with it.  I also shudder when I realize that I’ll soon have a 50-year-old daughter.  Overall, though, I have no complaints.  My health has held up well, and I have enough outside interests to keep most of my sanity intact.  To keep things interesting I have vowed to make some major change in my life each year.  In January I started squeezing the toothpaste tube from the top.
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Welch, Tom    Spouse:  Lucy    Children:  4   Grandchildren:  9    Grand-dogs:  9

I am a CPA, currently managing oil and gas interests for folks.  Lucy is Executive Director, Practical Parent Education.  This is a nationwide non-profit organization teaching parents how to be parents (what a concept).  We are both very active in school affairs, family, politics, and church.
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Voth, Mike     Spouse:  Arvilla Lewis (deceased)  Children:  2   Grandchildren:  5  GGrandchildren:  2

During the past 10 years or so my life has followed a fairly predictable pattern.  I spend some of the summer in Red River, winter in Amarillo, and take an occasional trip down to the Dallas area to visit my two kids and their families.  Being a Great-Grandfather is a little unsettling, but I’ve learned to deal with it.  I also shudder when I realize that I’ll soon have a 50-year-old daughter.  Overall, though, I have no complaints.  My health has held up well, and I have enough outside interests to keep most of my sanity intact.  To keep things interesting I have vowed to make some major change in my life each year.  In January I started squeezing the toothpaste tube from the top.
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Wiening, Mary Ruth

I retired from a 38-year Federal Government career in Washington, D.C., in 2001.  Moved to Albuquerque in December 2001 after 9/11 delays (the Pentagon was just down the street a few blocks) to settle my mother’s estate.  Joined the Assistance League of Albuquerque (ALA) in 2002, where I volunteer in various ALA programs.  Also volunteered in some political and environmental activities.  I try to re-landscape the yard at my parents’ home that I inherited, but I find it difficult in this climate.  I have 4 cats, 3 of which barged in and wouldn’t leave—they have many demands!  I hope possibly to return to the Washington, D.C. area or to Wisconsin, the family homestead, because I sorely miss the beauty, greenery and cultural life of those areas, and to be closer to family.
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Williams Wilkins, Beverly     Children:  4   Grandchildren:  9   GGrandchildren:  3

The last 5 years have been very busy, full, exciting, and challenging: taking care of a 91-year-old mother, who is now in a nursing home, and enjoying my family.  I was semi-retired, although still working occasionally in my consulting business, when I received a call to go back to work full-time.  Whew!  Glad this is only an interim position (I have to say I am having fun!).  It may seem strange to say that I “enjoy” working in the domestic-violence field, but it has been my life’s work.  I’m looking forward to seeing old friends and classmates at our 50th.  Can you believe it?  I think we are all blessed!
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Wilson, James (Jim)     Spouse:  Susie   
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Wilson, Johnny Spouse:  Debora Children:  4 Grandchildren:   4

Retired.  Debbie and I do usual stuff—travel, golf, workouts, etc.  Special priority to three grandchildren in Denver area, one in London.  My studies and interest in Eastern religions and the Esoteric continue (non- income producing), while Debbie’s art career blossoms (income producing).  Will continue to pursue Barry Durham to attend our annual Denver HHS reunions.  No luck for past five years, as he ignores our prodding and my sincere supplications.  Best wishes to all.  P.S.:  Just returned from Alaska cruise.  The best!  Recommend it!
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Wood, Jack       Spouse:   Dina       Children:  5      Grandchildren:  4

Five years ago I retired from a 30-year career at Ford Motor Co.  We moved to Colorado Springs, bought an empty lot, and built a house.  Since then, I have helped build four Habitat for Humanity houses in Colorado Springs.  For the past five years I have been tutoring struggling Algebra students in one of the local high schools.  Currently I am involved in opening a charter school for at-risk students - patterned after a similar charter school in Albuquerque. My “hobbies” include day-trading the stock market, and I take care of three of my grand-children in Honolulu when they are on their Summer, Fall, and Spring school vacations.  My wife owns and operates a “custom embroidery” business.  She does the design work and operates the sewing machines (all of them computer controlled); I get to “finish” each article - and do all of the bookkeeping!

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Zanotti, Judy         Spouse:  David Davis         Children:  3      Grandchildren:  5

Two years ago I retired after 5 years as the President/ CEO of New Mexico First, a public policy organization founded by Senators Pete Domenici and Jeff Bingaman.  Since then I have been doing consulting and extensive volunteer work for organizations such as the UNM Alumni Association and the UNM Anderson Schools of Management (serving on the national boards of both organizations).  I spend many fun hours at football, baseball, and basketball games for my 5 grandsons, all of whom live in Albuquerque, and who range in age from 9 to 16 years.  David is running his family’s farm in southwest Kansas, so from April to November he spends a great deal of time there, and I join him when I can.  I am very involved with my church and am blessed to have the opportunity to enjoy wonderful time with family, friends, travel, and to stay involved with the community through volunteer efforts.
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Zaring, Ken    Children:  2    Grandchildren:  3

In the past few years … I moved to an exurb 25 miles from Denver; my son moved his family back to the Denver area; my daughter married a man who is nuts about her and they gave me two splendid granddaughters.  Each successive event has made me happier than I was before.  Fate arranged for me to meet one Donna Pierce;  she allows as how she loves me;  this has made me happier than I was before.  I retired after 10 years with Western Water Company, am now a full-time independent water resource market consultant and, yes, much happier than I was before.  My health remains—thanks to the wonders of medical technology—peachy.  I have been blessed with a herd of great old friends (like neighbors John Wilson and his wife Debbie), who keep me laughing and trained on life’s wonders.