2/6/2017 50th CLASS REUNION!!
Get ready for our 50th reunion this year on Oct. 27-28! If you have changed any contact information,please get it to me! This is a real milestone in our lives so don't miss it!! Stay tune
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12/12/2016 RONNIE MORRISS
Our beloved Ronnie Morriss passed away on December 9. Services will be at Weed-Corley-Fish South, 2620 S. Congress Ave. Visitation will be 6-8 pm, Wed. Dec. 14 and funeral service will be T
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10/23/2016 50th REUNION
Planning has already begun for our 50th reunion next year! Please make sure we have your current contact information and let us know if there are any classmates that we don't have listed or
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I am an R.N. at Southwest Washinton Medical Center. I raise chickens and garden. I have one child, a son, Clint. I have an interesting (to me anyway) and wonderful life here in the Pacific Northwest and while I miss Texas, the weather here is what keeps me here. It's nurturing and comforting and I feel so lucky to be here, yet also lucky to be from Texas, especially Austin. I moved to California in January 1980 and then 6 months later to a small town in the Sierra Nevada foothills called Sonora. I continued going to school and enjoying the snow and cross country skiing. I wanted to buy land and could not afford California so I moved to Washington state in 1989. It's been a great life so far and I look forward to retirement in a few years. 10/28/09 I have to update as I am moving to a small harbor town and have a new job, I am excited about this new move and want to share it, will add to it over the next few weeks. I will work in a new field, a wound care clinic with Hyperbaric treatment and weekly visits for chronic non-healing wounds. I have been fortunate over the years as a nurse to work in very uplifting fields and this one is no exception. My new home is in the Gray's Harbor town of Hoquiam, small but really beautiful. Hoquiam is a native American word for "hungry for wood", which describes the river filled with timber as it was being floated down the river to the mill. I have watched the otters and seals play in the river near me, bald eagles fly overhead often and I feel like I have won some kind of lottery. I have a house that is 95 years old and am restoring the kitchen that was "remodeled" sometime in the 80's. Fortunately they left the rest of the house alone !!! The wood floors needed only a little work and I did those before I moved in any furniture. I look forward to my new job and living in this small but grand little house that just suits me so.
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