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- E-Mail: Bill@TMARSH.com
- College(s): Baylor
- Occupation: CPA
- Last Updated: 04/22/2000
- What's New?: My wife Becky and I have three children: Rachel (18), Erica
(16), and Bobby (13). We live in a suburb of Dallas.
My parents still live in Albuquerque.
- E-Mail: email@example.com
- College(s): UNM, Ohio University
- Occupation: Product Development Manager - Chevron Phillips Chemical
- Last Updated: 11/01/2001
- What's New?: After DNHS I went to UNM graduating in 1978 in Chemical Engineering. That same year I married Rose Schmidt ( DNHS class of '74). We are still happily married after 23 years . We have two kids, John 15, and just started High School this year, and Emily, age 5.
Since leaving Albuquerque in 1978 we have lived in Southeast Texas, Pittsburgh, and currently live in Belpre, Ohio, where we have been for the last 16 years.
Our main activity these days is cycling, and the whole family participates. We have a whole basement full of bikes, including two tandems. My folks still live in the same house in Albuquerque, and I get back 3 or 4 times a year to help maintain things for them.
Hope we can get some local folks to put together a 30 year reunion this summer. We are holding off on specific vacation plans until we find out a reunion date.
Gerald W. Edgar
- E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- College(s): University of New Mexico & Seattle University
- Occupation: Computing Technologist (AKA, Security Geek)
- Last Updated: 06/02/2005
- What's New?: My e-mail has changed since the last time I was here several years ago. I thought I would update it in case anyone uses it, it might as well be current.
- Married Name: Meyer
- E-Mail: email@example.com
- Occupation: Mom and nursing assistant
- Last Updated: 11/04/2000
- What's New?: You never know what you will find when you start surfing out there. It was fun to see what
at least of a couple of people are doing. After DN I went to a semester at UNM, long enough to find the man of my life.
Rich and I were married in April of 1974 and had our first child in February of 1975. Rich graduated from UNM and the
Navy ROTC and we were off to see the world. We spent 6 months in Athens, Georgia then to our first duty station in San
Diego, Ca. By this time, our second child was well on the way and was born in October 1976, her sister followed her
in December 1997. Our next stop was in Oakland, but we lived out on Yerba Buena Island between Oakland and San Francisco. While we were there, #4 came into our lives in March of 1980. Rich was finishing up his time with the Navy and interviewed for a job in Richland, Wa. We moved up in 1981 and have been here ever since, living in Kennewick. Rich works out at the Hanford Nuclear site. We had 2 more boys after our move to the Northwest. Yep, that is 6, in case you weren't keeping count! They are all awesome. Rick is 25, served an LDS mission to England and graduates from the U of Utah next May. He married a wonderful young lady from Atlanta in August of 1999. Sandy is 24 and attended Ricks college in Idaho where she met her husband. They were married in April of 1999. Julie is almost 23. She also attended Ricks and married in November of 1998. Joe is 20 and left to serve a mission in Nova Scotia in April of 1999. That was a rough to go from 6 kids to 2 in 9 months time. Robby is 16 and Daniel is almost 12.
I have loved being a stay at home mom. I am so grateful that it was an option for us. When Daniel started to school
full time, I went to school to become a nursing assistant. What a blessing it has been. I work at the hospice house, a
6 room facility where people come to die. We try to make their last days as meaningful and confortable as possible.
I have learned a new love for life by working with the dying. I am wanting to go back to school and get my degree.
Some might think I am nuts to do this at 46, but I am really feeling the need for myself. I went over to the local
community college today to check into going back. Wish me luck and I hope to see some of you at a reunion in 2002.
- E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- College(s): UNM, Southern Nazarene University
- Occupation: Chief Estimator for Rebar Fabrication Shop
- Last Updated: 07/27/2004
- What's New?:
- Married Name: Stevens
- E-Mail: email@example.com
- Occupation: Executive Assistant / Event Planner
- Last Updated: 04/23/2001
- What's New?: I love that saying "it's not the destination that counts, it's the journey"! And what an incredible journey my life has been the last 29 years! To sum it up in three parts; the first years were like a wild ride on a river rafting trip (the rush and excitement of the 20's); the second was like driving in the middle of the night with no headlights on (raising a teenager, divorcing, and starting all over); and the third, like climbing Mt. Everest (a breath-taking adventure, discovering new possibilities and having a humble appreciation of the intensity and delicacy that life brings). Part Four is just beginning, I'm calling it the harvest years (the next 30 years)!!!
Looking forward to the 30th year reunion, it will be fun to meet up with old friends.
- Married Name: Boberschmidt
- Last Updated: 04/14/2001
- What's New?:
- Married Name: Lindstrom
- E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- College(s): Linn Benton CC Albany, OR WOU, Oregon
- Occupation: Family/Social Services
- Last Updated: 04/22/2000
- What's New?: After much travel and many people, I settled down in
the Northwest. I grew up finally at 28, married my soulmate, have two
fantastic daughters (15, 17), two great stepsons (23, 25), and love living
in Oregon. Would love to come to the southwest for a reunion, if we have a
30th. I would love to talk with any long lost friends, from any year.
- E-Mail: email@example.com
- College(s): University of New Mexico, California State College - Bakersfield and University of Southern California
- Occupation: Commercial Manager for ARCO Asia Inc., Singapore
- Last Updated: 06/18/1999
- What's New?:
After graduating from UNM in May 1976 with a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering, I moved to Midland, Texas to work for the
Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO) as a Petroleum Engineer. Eleven months later, I moved to Dallas, Texas for a short period
of time before transferring to Bakersfield, California. While in Bakersfield, I went to night school to get a MBA from California
State College. I met my future wife, a "fellow" ARCO engineer, while working in Bakersfield.
I lived in Bakersfield until September 1980, when I moved to Los Angeles to work in the Energy Lending Group of First Interstate
Bank of California. Leslie and I tied the knot in Pacific Palisades, California in January 1982 and settled in Pasadena, California,
a short walk from the Rose Parade route. I tell everyone that I achieved my marital objectives by marrying someone smarter and
better looking me. But, I have been asked more than once: "if Leslie is so smart, why did she marry you?" I'm still trying to figure
that one out, but until I do, I'll just count my blessings!
We later bought an old home in the hills of Pasadena, and starting spending most of our free time on remodeling projects. We were
saved from this monumental task in January 1985, when I was transferred by First Interstate Bank to an affiliate bank in Denver, Colorado.
In March 1987, our daughter, Samantha, was born. Six weeks later, Leslie, Samantha and I boarded a plane for Jakarta, Indonesia.
I rejoined ARCO, and Leslie and I both went to work for ARCO in Indonesia. Our son, Brandon, was born in Singapore in December
1989 while we were living in Jakarta. In December 1991, we repatriated to Plano, Texas, a suburb of Dallas, where Leslie and I
continued to work at ARCO's International headquarters. Leslie retired in 1994 to become a full time mom.
In July 1996, we returned to Asia when ARCO opened a new business development office in Singapore. We are still in Singapore,
where I am now the Commercial Manager for ARCO Asia Inc. Leslie is the head of the USA Girl Scouts organization in Singapore
and has been putting the right side of her brain to work by pursuing decorative painting as a hobby and possible future avocation.
Samantha and Brandon are now 12 and 9, respectively. Being their Daddy is my primary interest and keeps me pretty busy.
We have taken advantage of living overseas to see as much of the world as we can. I have had the opportunity to travel extensively
with my work; sometimes a lot more than I like! I have been to almost every country in Asia, much of Europe, and a few countries in
South America and the Middle East. I have run across quite a few Albuquerquens, UNM graduates, and even a few Knights during
my travels. It is really a much smaller world than I ever imagined when I left Albuquerque on my great adventure in 1976. My parents
still live in Albuquerque, so we return there every year during our "home leave." And, we are looking forward to our next visit in July 1999.
I have taken Samantha and Brandon to see all of the monuments of my youth, including dear old Del Norte. But, after climbing the
steps of the Great Wall of China and walking around the Coliseum in Rome, they were a little underwhelmed by my alma mater! Kids!!
But, Albuquerque, Del Norte and my fellow Knights will always have a special place in my memories no matter how far I roam.
I hope to see everyone at our 30th Reunion in 2002!
- Married Name: McHan
- E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- College(s): Cisco Junior
- Occupation: Home Healthcare
- Last Updated: 08/17/2001
- What's New?: Hi,just starting to get curious about everyone in that I went to school with I guess ,since my daughter started high school this year[also she is my youngest,of 3].She is the one that askes me if I would trade places with her if I could and I said yes.OH!!! I would do things so different.But ,that isn't possiable.
- E-Mail: email@example.com
- Web Page: Albuquerque Road Runners
- College(s): University of New Mexico
- Occupation: Web Designer/Tender
- Last Updated: 11/22/1998
- What's New?: I finally graduated from my Higher Learning (UNM) in 1978. I got a
BAS Degree. Majored in Speech Communications, Minor in Geography. Also I am a member of the
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. Along the way I also received a degree in "Common Horse Sence."
I've worked many jobs since 1972. I've done the restaurant-hotel gigs, worked as an insurance
auditor/inspector with my Dad, owned my own service business, professional bug-rodent "Killer"
and now design Web Pages. I have been running now for the past 16 years.
I just pasted the 20,000 Mile Mark last year. I finally gave up on basketball and turned to
this life long sport. I am one of those who really enjoyed my high school years; No
responsibilties, No debt, No Worries and a Care Free Life Style! I have attended the 10 and
20 year class reunions - both real Fun! Well I'm coming up on 40 years of living in Albuquerque.
I was born in God's Country - Denver, Colorado. I remember most of the land north of Del Norte
as a vast wide open mesa. Wow, we're going through some times are we not?
- Married Name: Morton
- E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- College(s): UNM
- Occupation: Accountant
- Last Updated: 03/19/1999
- What's New?: It is interesting to see what you find on the net...
So what have I been doing the last 27 years or so? Life has been interesting! Graduated from DN, went to
UNM for a year. Had a boyfriend, wanted a job and some
money, so I didn't expend too much energy at school. I
went to work for the State as a clerk-typist, finally
ditched the boyfriend, went to work for the Federal
Government, got married (to Monty Morton, it will be 20
years soon), kept working. I quit the government and
actually had several fun jobs with small businesses
around town. I basically ended up as a purchasing
agent in the high tech field. About 8 years ago, the
company I was working for folded, and I basically
decided I was tired of doing what I was doing. So I
went back to school. Graduated 12/95 with a BBA and
a concentration in accounting. Oh yeah, in July, 1994 I
finally had a baby! Amy is now 4.5 years old and will
be starting kindergarten in the fall of 1999. I decided I wanted to be at home with her for a while, and
I have a very supportive husband, so I am working
on my Master of Accounting. I have taken and passed the CPA exam, and I will become fully certified as soon
as I can get in 2000 hours of public accounting work.
I will finish the masters in another 4 or so semesters, and I hope to work part time when Amy begins first