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55 Year Reunion Announcement!
Flip-Flop 55th reunion
Holiday Inn Oceanside, Ocean City, MD
All right, all right, all right!
The Executive Committee has made some great arrangements for a relaxing and fun time with friends at the beach.
Look towards the bottom of this announcement block and open the link: "Click Here for Reunion Documents". The letter will infomr you of the plans for the reunion.
You can either send a check or use PayPal to send us a deposit or, if you prefer, the full amount. Use the yellow button labeled "Donate" to access PayPal. I have tried but cannot figure out how to get a button that says, "PayPal". The simplest things are the hardest!!
12/13/2015 Where in the world are my classmates?
We have updated and improved the interactive map with the address of record for our registered classmates, including those living overseas.
Click on the link (or copy and paste if the hyper
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5/13/2013 Facebook connections
We have over 70 classmates who have 'connected' on Facebook. Additionally, we have created a private group for DJO Class of 1963 folks.
If you would like to join the group, search for Kath
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4/17/2012 This site is now fully funded - no spam and no ads!
Our class use of this web site is fully funded for life! We have funded our class through our 50th year following graduation.
From now on, Classreport.org picks up the tab. You will cont
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After O'Connell HS I went to Catholic University of America. Couldn't figure out what I wanted to do: one semester as a Music major, then on to Speech and Drama then just struggled to finish with a B.A. degree. On the side I attended Weaver Airline Personnel School because I wanted to work for an airline. Upon graduation from Catholic U I was commissioned as a 2LT in the US Air Force. My first assignment was to Waverly, Iowa (I had to look it up on a map). At least I knew it was somewhere on the other side of the Mississippi River. It was there I met my wonderful wife, Barb. We were married in July 1970. She had two boys Brad who now lives in Alaska and Tracey who lives in Northern California. In 1974 we adopted a beautiful little girl, Lisa who now lives in Florida. She gave us three grandkids. Two of them are grown and one is now seven years old. Barb and I made a career of the Air Force. Along the way I picked up a Masters Degree in Public Administration with focus in Organizational Behavior at the Univ of Missouri in Kansas City. After the Air Force I did a number of things including teaching school and worked as a contract professional Mediator for the US Postal Service for a couple of years. Barb worked as an administrative assistant for the Sacramento AIDS Foundation and then for the Center for AIDS Research and Education. I worked for the State of California for seven years and then after a bout with cancer retired for good. I've been pretty active in the Knights of Columbus for the past 12 years or so and we've both been active in community affairs. We have a fifth wheel camper and have traveled most of the US including a visit to Fairbanks, Alaska. Besides RVing, I enjoy genealogy research, and sometimes playing my guitar.
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