11/2/2010 Attention all HHS Lettermen
Coach Hogan has let Ron Roehrich know of the need of a storage shed to store the high jump pits and if any of you can spread this word to more HHS Lettermen, let's do it. Maybe between all
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5/26/2010 1950's Old Panthers Celebration
YOU ARE INVITED. We are having a picnic get together to reminisce about the 1950s that we spent at Harrison High School. It will include the 1960 class which is celebrating 50 years since
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5/4/2010 Allan (Oppie) Oppenlander
Teila Tankersley, class of l987, wrote the following tribute to "Oppie" and I can only add that hearing of his death on Sunday, May 2, 2010, due to cancer, I am greatly saddened. For all
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Upon graduation, I began working at Ft. Carson, where I met my future husband. Upon my move to California and his release from the Army, he started working for Bank of America and we were married in Reno, Nevada, on November 21, 1959. We moved to Modesto, Ca. where our daughter, Robyn, was born on June 10, 1961. I was a clerk in the classified section at Hamilton AFB, an Ass't Coordinator for the draft board, secretary to ass't vice principal, and upon Bob's transfer to Eureka, Ca. I also began working for Bank of America in 1971. Bob retired in 1989 as Ass't Vice President and I retired in 1994 as Ass't Manager/Operations. As retirees, we loved traveling in our 24 ft. trailer with our black and while cat named Sammie, but due to Bob's eye problems, we sold our trailer to his brother. Sadly, we lost our "camping" kitty two years ago but have a new Sammie that is loved and spoiled by us. our daughter, Robyn, and son-in-law, Rick, bought the house next door to us which is such a blessing. It's great having them close by and able to see more of our grandkids, Matt 32, Whitney 30, Kelley 25, and Andy 23. We also love seeing the five great grandkids, Jaeden, 6 years old in Jan. 2016; Skyler, 5 years old in Feb. 2016, DeLaney, will be 5 years old in Nov, 2016, Kaylin, 12 years old, and our newest, Dhylan, 2 years old. Healthwise, I am doing fine after being a breast cancer survivor since 1989. That was certainly a life altering experience!
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