In case you are on the fence about attending this reunion, consider this quote from my favorite Japanese girlfriend:
ichi-go ichi-e "Each meeting is but once in a lifetime"
Girl Scout Jamboree
- 2:00 pm
Girl Scout Clubhouse?
Girl Scout Troop 79 Dinner and Breakfast
Pam Bowen and Colleen Cabot have organized a gathering for members of Girl Scout Troop 79. If you haven’t heard from us, please write [email protected] and let us know your email and phone contact info. We’ld love to have you join us for a dinner Sunday afternoon and a Monday morning breakfast. We’ve located 16 scouts, including our leaders Petey Straub and Ina Hubbel!
See Class Page for details, costs apply if you choose to have food and fellowship. No cost for stopping by to say hello!
Please feel free to join the NCHS Class of 69 at any or all of our events! To register, you may contact Debbie Huber at 267-5008 or email at [email protected]
Event Contact: Debbie Huber
Make Checks Payable To:
NCHS Class of 69 Reunion
Registration Details - Home page - classreport.org
HOTELS OFFERING SPECIAL RATES:
RAMKOTA HOTEL AND CONFERENCE CENTER
NCHS Class of 1969 rate of $97/night, July 26 & 27 (subject to applicable taxes), 800 N. Poplar, Reservations may be made by calling the hotel directly at 307-266-6000 DEADLINE - reservations must be received by JULY 12, 2019
HILTON GARDEN INN
NCHS Class of 1969 rate of $99/single & $109/double , July 26 & 27 (subject to applicable taxes), 1150 N. Poplar Street, Reservations may be made by calling the hotel directly at 307-266-1300 DEADLINE - reservations must be received by July 12, 2019
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Catch up with your classmates - read their profiles
View linked documents below. Fill-out and mail in your reservation form and fees by JULY 22nd. (meal count is due to caterers)*
*We don't want anyone to miss out so if you overlook sending in your form/payment and are planning to attend, please call or email us so we can add you to the meal count. We can collect payments at the events although; the preferred payment plan is to receive payment in advance of the event. Happy Trails!!
Event Contact: Jeffrey C Parsons (907-350-1376), Melanie True (307-266-0440) and Debbie Huber (307-267-5008)
Make Checks Payable To:
Class of 69 Reunion
Mail Payment To:
Debbie Huber, 3420 So. Coffman Ave., Casper WY 82604
6/26/2019 Register online "Look Who's Coming"
If you register online where it says "Look Who's Coming" and pay later, we will, at least, have a reasonable count for meals DUE by July 22. If at all possible, try to pay before the event.
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5/20/2019 Stay tuned for updates! July 26-28, 2019
Guess "who's coming"? Click on the "who's coming" link even if you haven't formally registered or paid yet! Information available HERE at classreport.org, NCHS Class of 69 Facebook, Casper
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1/25/2019 50th Class Reunion
NCHS Class of 1969 will celebrate their 50th Class Reunion this summer! Save the dates for a great opportunity to get-together on July 26-28, 2019! There will be three events: icebreaker o
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Codenys , Cynthia
Gallagher, Suzanne [Larsen]
Gonzales, Agnes [Oldaker]
Martin, Mary Dell
Van DeVenter, Kathy
Van Patten, Dave
Van Winkle, Diane
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After completing one year at Casper Jr. College I returned to Southern California with my family.
I received a BS Management degree from Woodbury University in Burbank CA in 1974.
The best thing I got out of college was my wonderful friend and wife Joan. We were married in 1976, lasted 42 years already!
We have two wonderful children. Kim completed undergrad degree at Univ of LaVerne and Master in Social Work from San Diego State. She is currently working for Mental Health Centers of Denver. Brian completed undergrad degree at Arizona State University and a Master in Education at Univ of Phoenix. (Boy did they get their smarts from their mom!) Brian is the Director of Recruiting for Arizona Autism in Phoenix AZ.
I had worked in the financial services industry for 25 years. Branch & District Manager for Household Finance for 13 years and Sr. VP for Fremont Investment & Loan for 12 years. Both companies I worked for are closed down now--not my fault. I went for the semi-retirement in 1998. I got my Real Estate Broker license and had my own real estate business in San Dimas CA. I did property management for HOA's, apartments and single family homes. Loved the work. I sold the business in 2016, after beating cancer, and retired.
Joan was a full time teacher after being a substitute for all the years the kids were in school.
2018 was the best of years and the worst of years. My son, Brian, had our first grandchild, Blake, in January. My wife, Joan was diagnosed with colon cancer in March and passed away in September. My daughter, Kim, got engaged in April. Knowing her mom's condition, they put together a wedding for November in hopes that Joan would be able to attend. Unfortunately, that did not happen. However Joan always dreamed of buying her daughter her wedding dress. Luckily Kim found her dress and her mom was able to be with her and buy it for her. The wedding was in November.
I enjoy cooking (Food Network junkie). I am a 20 year Anaheim Ducks hockey fan. Love the Angles. My son and I share a great passion for Arizona State University football. I did travel to Phoenix for every game. Go Devils! Joan and I retired in Sun City AZ in June 2017. Retirement did not go as we planned.
My son, Brian, married in 2016. He and his wife Cindy live in Glendale AZ.
Our daughter, Kim, lives in Denver CO and is now married to a wonderful man, Dylon.
Life has been good to me, I am now cancer free for 2 years. I am a very lucky man to have met and married Joan. My kids are the best too! Joan was my college sweetheart and I knew her for 45 years, married 43 years. I miss her more than I could ever express.
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