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4 live in Arizona
4 live in Arkansas
3 live in California
4 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
3 live in Florida
2 live in Georgia
1 lives in Idaho
1 lives in Kansas
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1 lives in Maryland
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271 live in Texas
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2 live in Virginia
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205 location unknown
78 are deceased


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Percentage of Joined '69 Exporters: 54.6%

A:   293   Joined
B:   244   Not Joined


•   George Ayala  2/23
•   Mike Strickland  2/28
•   Mike VanNorman  2/28
•   Steve [Class Of 70] Stein  2/30
•   Carrol Reneau (Jeffers)  3/2
•   Ronnie(Ron) Evans  3/4
•   Carol Finster (Balderree)  3/5
•   Ellise Good (Griot)  3/8
•   Gilbert Bohuslav  3/9
•   Maurice Smith  3/12
•   Alan Weddell  3/12
•   Laura McDonald (Huebel)  3/13
•   Chris Schupp  3/14
•   Bill Fuqua  3/16
•   Janey Williams (Moebius)  3/16
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•   Pam Klepper (Bratton)  2/8
•   Kathy Rieck (Tatum)  2/6
•   John Shadwell  1/25
•   Sam Sutherland  1/1
•   Alice Day (Smith)  12/31
•   Miles Pace  11/19
•   Sandra Gebert (McNeely)  11/8
•   Steve [Class Of 70] Stein  10/25
•   Jerrleen Prince (Campbell)  10/24
•   Mike Sharp  10/21
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DISCLAIMER:  This is NOT from me but from The Huffington Post.   However, there are several that I absolutely agree with!  Ya know, 'tis the season for self reflection, etc., etc.  (I was actually looking for Bucket List ideas for all of us to consider.  If you have one, please share.)


11 or So Things I Don’t Want to Do Before I Die

Those lists, whether it’s 10 or 100 things, to do before you die mean nothing to me. I won’t feel bad if I die without going on a gondola ride in Venice or jumping out of a plane. I would, in fact, feel bad if I the gondola tipped over or the parachute didn’t open and I died. There are two things I would like to do before I die: Use up most of what’s in our pantry and use my miles. More important is what I don’t want to do before I die, like:

1. Be in assisted living

2. Develop varicose veins, bunions or shingles (should those count as three?) Doesn’t matter, throw in osteoporosis and anything that is painful or requires serious medical intervention

3. Hear that they were wrong about working out and it was pointless

4. Outlive my husband or have him outlive me (the only impossible thing on my list)

5. Serve on a jury

 6. Lose my photos in a fire

7. Help a friend move

8. Have my identity stolen

7. Become so confused, I can’t even make an orderly list

8. Have my husband and me referred to as “you guys”

9. Get bitten by anything, most especially a shark

10. Hear another doctor start a sentence with, “At your age”

11. Lose my passwords, which is why I changed them all to “Lost your password?”

Something you should do before you die is look at the personal urns I design, transforming an ordinary cremation urn into a “creation urn” by embedding photos in the mosaic pattern. They can be seen on



                   The  Way  We  Were                                                 


          For a GREAT view of this, see Janet Skaggs' profile.

 Our class motto:

What then shall we say to these things?
If God is for us, who is against us?     
Romans 8: 31   (New American Standard Bible)