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Ronald Ruterbories (deceased 2015)
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No bio. Deceased October 2015.
Diana Kribbs (Rose (deceased 2008))
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No bio. Deceased June 2008.
Jennifer Percy (Bright (deceased))
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No bio. Deceased.
Patricia Gist (Alalawi (deceased - 1977))
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No bio. Deceased 1977.
Ronald Bishop (deceased - 2009)
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No bio. Deceased 2009.
Susan Brooks (Herron (deceased))
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No bio. Deceased.
Kathy Homan (Nored)
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Banking (retired) Married 2

Married with two kids, six grandkids and nine great grandkids. After 44 years in banking, retired in 2006.  Now spend time growing and canning large garden mixed in with several fishing trips each year.

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Lucianne Holt (Harvell)
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October 09, 1944 retired Married 2

My major at CU was music and I am blessed to still be playing in a small flute ensemble in Houston Texas just for fun. My working life was in a different area-propery managemant. These skills were learned during my first marriage of 25 years. During my single years, I became a property manger who had the freedom to transfer to many different properties in different states. It was an interesting job. 10 years ago, my now husband, Frank and I were married. We enjoy church work and traveling. Together we have 4 children and 7 grandchildren.

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Tom Lockwood
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February 19, 1944 retired Committed Relationship 3
I got my first marketing degree at CU.  Then I was a ski/travel bum for a year before I got in to Air Force OTS and became an officer for 4 years.  Then I got my Masters Degree in Marketing from the Univ. of Arizona.  I worked in the Denver and San Francisco areas for the Gates Corp. for 11 years before leaving big business behind.  The next 14 yrs were as a residential general contractor and real estate broker in the Evergreen, CO community.  I have a real estate brokers license, did my own architectural work, and then engineered the structural elements.  About 1997 the switch was made from home building to owning apartment buildings and having my own management company.  Things went well, so I sold out in 2002 and retired.  Since then, I have skied, scuba dived many places, done some golf, hunted, and fished a lot.  Suzanne Harris has been with me for almost 9 great years, and we have had a wonderful time traveling to many fun places.  I help Kiwanis, Elks, Trout Unlimited, and Ducks Unlimited with many of their projects to benefit the community.  I have 3 married sons, and 4 grandchildren with 2 more on the way.  We just got back from a superb trip with all of them to Beaches Negril, Jamaica.  We are looking forward to many happy years to come. Send Tom a MessageSend Tom a Message
Mike Furness
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April 18, 1944 A.P.E. Teacher Married 5
After graduating from WHS my family and I moved back to Salt Lake City, Utah.  I have only great memories of high school and the Wheatridge/Golden/Denver areas.

My next great adventure was to serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  I was called to the Cook Islands, South Pacific.  I enjoyed my two and one half years living in the Cook Islands with the Maori people.  Great Experience.

My next great adventure was to attend Southern Utah University, in Cedar City, Utah.  I played football for SUU until a knee injury limited my football skills.  I graduated with a teaching degree in Physical Education and Business Education.  Later I received a Masters degee from the University of Utah.

Marriage was next.  My wife Kathy and I have been married 40 years.  We have five children and six grandchildren.  Never a dull moment being a husband, father, and grandfather.

I taught Junior High School physical education for 34 years.  I also had the opportunity to coach basketball, volleyball, wrestling, soccer and track and field.  I am now in my 6th year of teaching Adapted Physical Education for special education students.

My favorite lifetime activities are fishing, riding my motorcycle, going to BYU and U of U football games with my grandchildren, (anybody living in the Denver area need a friend to go with them to a Broncos game ?), and living at Bear Lake (June, July, and August).

I would like to appolige in advance if I do not remember names and faces.  I have been diagnosed with CRS.  The good news is that no one has ever died from CRS.  The bad news is I C an't  R emember  S hit.

Looking forward to the WHS 50th.
 
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