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50 Year Reunion Announcement!
CK 1969 50 YEAR REUNION
2019 - 6:00 pm
Kitsap Golf & Country Club
$25.00 per person
Planning for this big 50 is in gear. The location is the Kitsap Golf and Country Club. We had our 40th reunion there in the big ballroom. This time we are having it in the tented outdoor area. It is a very nice setting with an additional large room. Information will be sent to all via e-mail as we need your participation.
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FIRST click "register online box" to let us know you are coming.
SECOND CLICK "add to cart" to enter your paypal account for payment.
10/2/2018 SLIDESHOWS ISSUES
It appears that I and all site managers are having issues with Photobucket. It seems that the slideshows appear on our site only before you log in. As soon as you log in they are gone. Th
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2/11/2017 More loses
We have learned of additional sad news for our class. Victor Johnson passed away Jan. 16 2017. Victor was a long time resident of Shelton Wa. We are so grateful he came to our last class r
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It sorrows me to add to our web-site the death of two more classmates. We lost both Mike Junell and Ron Swenson, both in November of 2014. Ron passed on Nov. 7th and Mike on Nov. 14. They
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The day after graduation, JoRene Ploegman (also class of 69) and I ran off to New York. By the end of summer we were married and I was working as a computer programmer in Poughkeepsie, NY. My only claim to fame is on August 16, 1969 I was within earshot of Woodstock, but the roads were too crowded for me to make it all the way to Max Yagur's farm.
Soon, as was the custom in those days, I was requested to become an "underpaid, over-sexed, hired teenage killer". The end of my military stint left me near Boise, Idaho, so I went back to work for IBM there.
After a few years with IBM, I started my own successful office machine business.
JoRene and I raised two wonderful boys in Boise, but divorced after 20 years of marriage.
Three years later I married Barbra and we moved to Salt Lake City. I inherited three beautiful daughters with that marriage: Stacey, Trudy, and Lisa.
In Salt Lake City, I worked as a contract programmer (and also as a residential building contractor) for about 10 years, and now work for a bank full time as a computer programmer.
We have 11 grandchildren ranging from 1 year old up to 19.
I recently built a cabin in the mountains of Central Idaho - see www.cabinjack.com. It's our future retirement home, but the way things look right now, retirement is several years off.
Hobbies include woodworking (currently building a small cedar-strip dinghy), and motorcycling - current ride is a 2010 Suzuki Boulevard.
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