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Al Capra
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June 18, 1944 Retired Single 2 Hanging out with friends, working on our cars and racing them, teasing and nicknaming teachers. Jerry Hammill, Harvey Moore, Maryann Blum, Principal Don Solem. Playing sports, gym class causing troouble, shooting bow and arrows at pigeons.
After high school I worked with my father in the family business. Spent twenty years in the trucking industry. Retired teamster. I have two daughters, one married, one single, four fabulous grandchildren. Three boys and one granddaughter. I spend very much time with them, we have fun taking out our 64' mustang to car shows and traveling. Send Al a MessageSend Al a Message
Linda Lamb (Lusso)
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July 25, 1944 RN Divorced 3 Mrs. Newman
Still working, at least its from home!
Love to read, history and travel
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Carol Anderson (Preyer)
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August 15, 1944 Retired Teacher Married 2 I will be forever grateful to Mr. Powell for his help with Geometry, to Mrs. Blum for her patience in Speech class, and to Miss Lynen for her amazing skill as my English teacher! Miss Lynen (English), Mrs. Blum (Speech), Mr. Powell (Geometry)
Greetings from Montana!  Unfortunately, I won't be able to attend the reunion, but I wish all of you a great time as you celebrate!

My life has been filled with many blessings!  After high school, I attended Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana, earning my BA in Education.  My first teaching job was in Anchorage, Alaska, where I taught third grade for two years.  It is also the place where I met my future husband, Mike Preyer, who coincidentally happens to be a  graduate of Jefferson High School in Edgewater, Colorado.  

After my time in Alaska, I went to Garrett Theological Seminary for one year of education.  Then Mike and I were married.  We spent the next 21/2 years living in Schweinfurt, Germany.  Mike  was in the Army there, and  I taught second grade  at the American School.  Our first daughter Julie was born there.

When we returned to the States, we both attended graduate school at CSU.  I earned my Master's Degree in Reading Education.  At a time when teaching jobs were hard to find, we ended up moving to Wolf Point, Montana, on the Ft. Peck Indian Reservation. Mike was a school administrator, and I taught elementary school,    junior high English, and high school Basic English.  I retired after 27 years of teaching!

Unfortunately, we were only able to have one birth child.   So, we adopted our second daughter at the age of three.  We had many challenges raising her, but there were also some surprising blessings! 

In 1997 MIke and I joined the Peace Corps for service in the Philippines.  Our service was cut short there, however, by health issues and our inability to adapt to the extreme heat and humidity.  However, it was a great adventure! 

We returned to the States and settled in Laurel, Montana.  We both worked for several years before officially retiring.  We moved to Columbus, Montana, and we built our present home on 21 acres of beautiful mountain property.  

During the past twelve years we have been blessed to do some amazing international travel!  We enjoyed four trips to South America, our favorite being a trek on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu in Peru.  We also enjoyed doing treks in Chile, Argentina, and Ecuador, as well as visiting the Galapagos Islands, Costa Rica, and China.  Last summer we returned to Germany for a trip down memory lane, a family reunion in Italy, and a family heritage trip to France.

As you all well know, life is not perfect. Sad, tragic things happen!  In 2005 we lost our oldest daughter Julie in a tragic  car accident in Canada.  She was living there with her Marine husband who was doing a pilot exchange with the Canadian Air Force.  Their precious daughter has Down Syndrome and was only 21/2 years old when her mom died.  We were and still are heartsick for our great loss, but we continue to be thankful that we had 32 amazing years with our amazing daughter!  Moreover, we still have a wonderful relationship with her husband and our special granddaughter.  

Overall, I feel very blessed with all that life has given me!  I have an amazing husband, wonderful family, and many good friends.  Most of all, I have my faith in a loving, everpresent Higher Power who gives me guidance, strength, and unconditional love!  

Well, I guess that 's enough about me!  Best regards to  all of  you "old" high school friends!  

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Sandra Johnson (Harding)
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September 15, 1944 Retired Divorced I loved being on Drill Team so Friday night games were great fun. Mrs. Garland, Mr. Proctor and Mr. Work Learn from great teachers, hang out with friends, school dances especially those at the Farmer's Barn
After high school, I attended Colorado Woman's College in Denver and graduated with a BA in Psychology.  Colorado Woman's College offered a Junior Year Abroad Program so I spent a year studying in Vienna, Austria.  Because of this wonderful experience, I developed a life-long love of travel, visiting many beautiful and very iinteresting places over the years.

My first job was as a Flight Attendant with United Airlines.  After a few years, I married and settled in England.  Upon my return to the US, I worked in Human Resources Management for several large companies (The Denver Post, Times Mirror Cable Television in Phoenix and Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico).

I am recently retired but like to keep a part-time job to stay active and involved in the world of business.  I love to exercise, read extensively, spend time with family and friends and, of course, travel as often as possible.

Many thanks to Scott and the Reunion Committee for all your hard work to make this 50th class reunion very special indeed.
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David Eberhardt
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July 10, 1944 Retired Married 2 Harry Narcisian, Helen Knudson
Graduated from CU in 1966 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Married to Sandra. have 2 children, 6 grandchildren. Best job: did heat transfer analysis for stereo camera on lunar rover, which  went to moon on Apollo 16. Have been project manager and IT consultant for past 37 years. Retired in 2005. Travel the west flyfishing, mostly to Montana, and Wyoming. Love to visit grandkids. Built first (1979)solar pool heater in Tucson that utilized only drip tubing and pvc for manifold.
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Ann Partner (Nelson)
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August 08, 1944 Retired clergy Married Playing Music teacher, Mary Hunter singing in the chorus and working on the plays

Greetings friends of the class of '62!  I cannot believe that 50 years have passed so-o-o quickly! These years have taken me many places and I have been richly blessed.  
 
Following high school I attended Kansas Wesleyan University and was graduated in 1966 with a BA in Religion/Philosophy and minor in English.  I sang in the concert choir, edited the 1964 yearbook, and was the chaplain for my dormitory, leading a memorial service the evening of the death of President Kennedy.  I also led a civil rights march made up of college and community members supported by the college Methodist Student Movement. 

I went on to attend 
Garrett Theological Seminary for a year, and then to the University of Oklahoma where I earned a M.Ed, in Student Personnel and Guidance. 
 In 1969 I began my life in New England when I entered Boston University School of Theology and with credits from Garrett I was graduated in 1972 with a Master of Theology.  I was encouraged to seek ordination by the senior pastor of the church where I had supervised field education.  I subsequently felt a personal "call" to seek ordination and was ordained a Deacon in 1971 and Elder in 1973 in what was then the New Hampshire Conference of the United Methodist Church.  I was born-anew in Christ in 1977 and I 'love to tell the story of Jesus and his Love', and the transformation that occurred in my life and ministry.

In the years that followed I served 10 churches in 7 appointments in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. I served one of my 2-point charges twice.  My longest pastorate was 9 years with a 3-point charge in the North Country of New Hampshire. 
I met my husband-to-be when I was the pastor of Harbor UMC in Scituate, MA. John and I were married in August of 2000, and so we will celebrate our 12th Anniversary when we see you! I am very blessed to have 2 wonderful step-sons and daughters-in-law; 3 step-grandchildren and 1 step great-grand son! 
I retired from the active minstry in 2005. 

My mother lived with us for a total of 2 years and in the last few days of her life she had hospice care and was assisted by a wonderful team.  I was very inspired by her aide and later attended the Red Cross program for training, was graduated in January 2007, was licensed and served clients in home health care through 2008. In January 2009 I was approached by the agency's Hospice director about becoming a chaplain for the department. It is a "call" I  pursued with gratitude for 3-1/2 years and I retired at the end of June.  

John and I began a new ministry together 5 years ago when I was asked to do a special program for the church we attend.  The first-person interpretation is called "Her Heart Can See," and is a portrayal of Fannie Crosby, the beloved 19th and early 20th century poet, teacher, hymn writer, and humanitarian who was blind from six-weeks of age. Several of her hymns are sung during the program.  I portray "Miss Fanny" as herself and John is the narrator.
Many of you will recognize her hymns: "Blessed Assurance," "Near the Cross," "To God Be the Glory," and "Rescue the Perishing," to mention only a few of the 8,000+ hymns she has to her credit.  We have traveled throughout New England and have also presented at the Bowery Mission in New York City and the 2011 Convention of the National Federation of the Blind of New Hampshire. We are in the process of developing our calendar for 2012 which will include a portrayal at Jefferson Avenue United Methodist Church in Wheat Ridge on August 19! (Also our anniversary!)  
 
John and I certainly look forward to being with you and we thank the committee for all their efforts wonderful efforts in planning the reunion!  I was very touched to read the bios. I remember many of you very fondly and will pray for those who are ill or unable to attend and for the families of our classmates who have died.  May God's peace be with you. 

Just a note: The "now" picture is a "formal" one of me as "Miss Fanny."

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Hank Litchfield
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July 19, 1944 Retired Married 5 Crashing the Roaring 20s party our senior year Farris Play Golf

I graduated from the University of Colorado in 1967 with a BS in Marketing I worked for NIBCO a valve and fitting company for 43 years and retired March 31,2012. I retired as  Commercial/Industrial Sales Manager Southwest. I am Currently working part time for Ferguson Enterprises as a consultant. 
 

I enjoy: Fishing for Trout, Redfish and Flounder in Salt water and Bass and Catfish in Fresh water.
Hunting for dove in South Texas or Argentina and Deer and Pheasant in Kansas.
My wife and I like to travel. We will be taking a cruise later this year from Germany to Austria and end up in Hungary. We travel to Las Vegas several times a year.
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Pam Buzard (Conley)
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April 14, 1944 retired teacher, real estate agent for Cutler Realty rconley/Cutler Real Estate.com Married 6 My favorite memory is being selected Homecoming Queen. I loved both my Latin and French teachers. I loved going to the Farmers' Barn after ball games.
I'm currently living on Portage Lakes in Akron, Ohio.  I attended Grotius College in Maastricht, the Netherlands, the University of  Colorado (where I pledged Delta Gamma), Penn State University, and finally graduated from Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio, in 1967.  After becoming a high school English teacher, I went on to get my Masters Degree in Elementary Education and Talented and Gifted Education.  I was the Gifted Coordinator for Green Schools until my retirement in 2005.  Unable to stay retired, I joined my husband, Dick, and we started a real estate career with Cutler Real Estate
in Green, Ohio.  We are enjoying "Selling the Lakes".
Dick and I have a blended family of 6...3 boys and 3 girls.  At present we have three grandchildren, but hope for more!  We love traveling and recently went to China.  We also spend time in Hawaii and Breckenridge at our time shares.  We love boating on the lakes and relaxing with our families.  I am really looking forward to seeing everyone at the 50th reunion and catching up on your lives.
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Keith Watson
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May 11, 1944 United Methodist Minister (retired) Married 2 Helen Knudsen

I hope to reconnect with classmates. A few details about my journey thus far:  B.A. cum laude U. of Colorado (66) M. Div Union Theological Seminary, NYC (70)  Married Mary Ann Moorehead of Memphis, TN September '67.  Campus ministry at SUNY, Geneseo, NY, and parish ministry in Littleton, Limon, Sterling, Longmont, Glenwood Springs, and Colorado Springs, CO, and District Supt. for Wyoming and Northeast Colorado.  Two daughters, six grandchildren.  Retired July, '09, and returned to Longmont, where I am enjoying fly fishing, barbershop singing, occasional preaching, and prospects of working with church stewardship emphases.  Hosting a Wesley Heritage tour to England September, 2012 -- anybody want to go?

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Cliff Frank (Barbich)
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April 27, 1944 Retired Married 3

 About a year after high school my wife (Bonnie Martin from North High) and I were married.  We have 3 children (two girls and a boy) and 6 grandchildren. We have been married for over 47 years. After working for a local sheet metal company in Golden for a few years I started my own company and enjoyed it for about 9 years. The Oil Embargo in the early 70's caused me to make a carrer change.  My wife and I felt called to serve our Lord Jesus Christ.  We picked up our children and moved to Grand Rapids Mi.  At Grace Bible College I gradurated with a THB and Bonnie got her AA degree. After graduation we we moved to Seattle Wa. and served as Ministers to Youth and Families at the Berean Bible Church. We ministered there for almost 6 years and then started a church in Woodinville, Wa. I was senior pastor at Fellowship Bible Church for 12 years and then moved to Sequim Wa. where we have spent the last 11 years caring for our disabled son.  We have been blessed to have traveled to Africa (visiting our daughter's family doing mission work ) five times.  We enjoy the Pacific North West and all the beauty of God's creation. My wife and I have built a new home on the 18th Tee of the Sunland Golf Course and turned our other home into a vacation rental, which all told has kept us very busy.

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