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6/8/2013 A message from Lynn Pollard Stevens on turning 70. Yikes...!
Now, it's 2013, and I've turned 70 !!! For a low-key celebration, my two "kids" took me on a 3-day cruise out of Long Beach. We kayaked off Catalina Island and rode horses in Ensenada, Mexi
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After WHS I married Sandy Steiner (class of 1962 at West High School). I went on to become a Journeyman Carpenter (4 years Vocational Tech and 8,000 hours of on-the-job training). I worked thru the Carpenters Union around Phoenix, mostly commercial buildings.
In 1972 Sandy and I and kids (4 boys) moved to Boise Idaho mostly to be with Sandys mom and dad.
In 1975 I started my own business, mostly contracting of installing doors and hardware on commercial buildings, still working. Since we moved here, I have designed and built two (2) homes for us to live in, also thru the years remodeled and added on to them.
In 1995 we moved to Nampa Idaho, about 20 miles west of Boise. Nampa is where we built the second home. We moved over here to get out of the BIG CITY but that did not work, it is growing up here. Also, Nampas population is about 82,000 now!
We have 4 sons and 8 grandkids. They all live within 20 miles except my son Chris... he lives in Shanghai China with his wife and son. He works for Mattel in Security but I tell every body that he paints those little hub caps on the Hot Wheels cars!
If we ever retire, we may spend more time in Arizona camping with my older brother Bill (WHS 1959) and his wife.
So other than getting old and mean, I am doing okay. If you every get a chance to come to Idaho, stop by and we will show you the cool places. It was nice to see Karen Cipriano/Houle and her hubby Mike, when they stopped by this summer.
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