6/30/2010 YEARBOOK PHOTOS in profiles - are now complete!!!!
We have uploaded the senior class yearbook photos to classmate profiles. For those of you who didn't have your photo in the year book we found you in the 1974 CKHS or 1972 CKJH yearbooks.
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After Graduation, I worked at Blandy's Market in Poulsbo and played around at Olympic College until 1977. I joined the Army Engineers in February 1978, and was sent to Germany for three years. This was followed with a 2 year tour to Fort Lewis, where I met my wife, Karen. We went back to Germany for another three years in 1983 where we started expanding our family with the birth of our daughter Tiffany (1985).
We returned to Fort Lewis, then a four year tour in Boston, MA. as a Recruiter(Daughter Julie, 1990). I finished up with a four year tour in Fort Hood, Texas (Daughter Jamie, 1995) where I retired in December 1998.
We moved to Edgewood Washington in January 1999. I bought and remodelled a couple of investment properties in the Tacoma area. Worked a couple part time jobs and played Mr. Mom for a couple of years (Yes ladies, it's a tough job!) while Karen finished her degrees in Nursing. Karen devoloped M.S. in 2001 and was forced to retire from nursing in 2005 after 14 years of service.
In 2005 I joined the Postal Service and currently work part time in Milton WA.
My travels in the Army took me as far as Mount Fugi, in Japan, to East Berlin, in old Communist East Germany before the Fall of the Wall. I loved travelling in Europe.
During my time in the Army I toured and hitchiked around Europe. YES, I've seen Nessie! I've stood on the top of of the Zugspitze and gazed out over the snowcovered Alps. Visited many Capitals, small towns and battlefields of Europe. Eaten some vary strange delicacies from around the world and some really crappy Army food. English Blood wurst, Snails, Octopus and some stuff in Japan I still don't know the names of. I froze my tush off in -30 degree weather in Alaska and was blessed to see the Aurora Borealis at 2:30 in the morning with white out conditions on the ground.
I experienced many interesting adventures, both good and bad, amd my service left me partialy disabled, But, I'd do it all over again.
Except for some visits to Moms house, in Bremerton. With all my dirty laundry from from many a looooong field problem in Yakima. I would occasionally bump into some alumni at the bars in those early years.
I only saw a couple of Cougars in far off places. One was Julie Schroeder (Class 76) out partying with young man from college at my favorite haunt on Pacific Ave in Tacoma. The other was Dan Durbin (class of 74)who I bumped into in Texas(?), and was telling fish stories (?) about enlisting most of the CKHS football team some time in the late 1980s.
My first reunion was in 2000(?) I enjoyed seeing those of you who could attend and was quite surprised at some of the stories many of you remembered of me from our early years.
My family and I reside in Edgewood WA.
Karen is a retired R.N. Tiffany has Graduated from UW, Tacoma. Julie Is currently attending UW, Seattle, and Jamie is starting at Puyallup High school next fall.
God bless you and yours............
Fond memories and prayers to our missing classmates and their families.
Remember to always do or say something special for our men and women in uniform and our veterans.
A simple "Thanks for your service" can go a long way................
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