4/14/2009 about Jeff
Brett Obermeyer contacted me about us setting up a Flower Fund in the name of the Class of '87. In light of today's events with Jeff Pister's untimely death, we decided now would be th
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4/13/2009 Jeff Pister
Jeff was killed in a car crash this morning at 6 am. Please pray for his family. Rest in Peace Jeff! You will be missed
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3/18/2008 Ray James
Rays father passed away on March 8. Please keep him and his family in your thoughts and prayers
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After graduating, I went to EIU for a year and a half. I found that it was an expensive way to have fun and also have to choose a career path. So, I came back to Clinton in 1989 for Christmas break and didn't go back. I started working at State Farm and dating Paul. We lived in Normal for five years, I quite S.F. and worked at BroMenn for that time. We moved to Heyworth, IL, I started taking a few courses at Heartland Comm. College and got married in 1998. I took my last class while 8 months pregnant (it got difficult sliding in/out of those student desks) and received my Science degree days before having my first boy. By then, I had quit BroMenn and became a stay-at-home mom.
Paul and I have been married for 9 years now with two very energetic boys. We moved to Indiana in November, 2005, which transplanted us to a place that is so similar to growing up in Clinton it is surreal. Paul is a consultant/trainer at Planet Underground, a company oriented toward safety and training in locating underground utilities ("Call Before You Dig"). Apparently, my constant supply of Bon-Bons and reality TV wasn't enough, so was I offered a side-job with their magazine, Underground Focus. My youngest is starting all-day Kindergarten, so I am hoping that my passion for Bon-Bons and reality TV will overcome the pressure to have a "real career". :)))))
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