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Susan Brooks (Herron (deceased))
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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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Robertine (Bobbie) Fletcher (Johnson (Deceased))
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July 30, 1944 retired Customer Service Married 2 class play Mr. Mars football games
(Info from Regina Miller March 2017: Bobbie died in October 2014 from long-standing heart issues).

Gosh this has been so long ago.  Coming up on 50 years.  So much has happened.  I'm enjoying a forced retirement in southern Colorado in a very rural area.  With land and animals and lots of time to pursue my sewing and quilting hobby.   Open heart surgery in 1998 and twice more in 2001 to repair congenital problems has finally eliminated my larengitis and voice problems (except for them paralizing my vocal cords the first time).  I have two sons - 49 and 50 years old and have been able to keep in touch with several old classmates.
 
 
Ronald Moewes (Deceased)
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March 05, 1944 retired teacher ronmoewes.com Married 2
Ron Moewes died suddenly at home on Friday, Sept. 16, 2011. He posted this profile in March, 2011. 

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Ron's wife's name is Pat.  He has 2 step children from a previous marriage.  After graduating from Wheat Ridge High he received a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education from the University of Colorado and has a Masters in Creative Arts from Lesley College in Cambridge Massachusetts.  He taught music in Jefferson County for 31 years,  18 of which were at Wheat Ridge Jr. High School.  While teaching, Ron performed with many of Denver's finest Jazz musicians.  He has also worked and recorded with some of the nations great jazz players such as Ralph Sharon, Carl Fontana. Zoot Simms, Cllark Terry, Marion McPartland, Herb Elis, James Moody, Pete Christlieb, Sony Stitt, Jon Hendricks, Buddy DeFranco, Doc Severinsen, and Peter Appleyard.  He is also a song writer and lyricist.  Some of his original materal can be heard on his CD "All This You Gave To Me"  He has played in several jazz festivals locally as will as in Ireland and Mexico.  He still works in the Denver area and has a group called Centerpiece Jazz.
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Larry Schreiber (Deceased)
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March 26, 1944 sales Married 6 The exchange trip to Bradenton, Florida
(Larry passed away April 10, 2015, from complications of cancer).

I've been happily married to Tomie (from Star Valley Wyoming) for 47 years. We met at BYU in the marching band and both received our Bachelor of Science degrees.  I've worked in sales most of my life. I worked for a convenience store chain (Maverik) for 20 years as supervisor, auditor, and vice-president. We later owned and operated a resort 34 miles SW of Jackson, WY. We had 40 hotel rooms, a restaurant and lounge, a Chevron station and convenience store, and an ice cream shop with video rentals.
  I love to hunt and fly fish, having lived in western Wyoming for 28 years. Tomie is an accomplished artist and decorator. She does tole painting, faux painting and murals. Her specialty is turning a house into a home. We currently live south of Salt Lake City near Utah Lake.
  We have six kids, 21 grandkids, and 3 great grandkids. We love to travel, but want to do a lot more. We've been to Canada, Mexico (many times and many places), Bahamas, Aruba, and Italy, including Sicily. We are planning to see Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Australia, New Zealand, Belize, Guatemala, and much of Central America in our "golden years".
Jim Garramone (Deceased)
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December 02, 1943 Fresh fruit and vegetables at King Soopers Married 1
After high school i worked over 20 different jobs in 3 years before finding out I was not cut out to follow orders. I then started a fresh fruit and vegatable business and enjoyed being my own boss for 40 years. I sold the businessin  2005 and retired for 17 months. After some travel and fixing things around the house, Ii wanted to work again. Ii got on with King Soopers and have learned to take orders and enjoy doing a good job. Jan  and I have been married 45 years. We have a daughter and three  great granddaughters. I am looking forward to talking to you all. GOD bless.

Scott Hightower: Learned Feb. 13 2017 that Jim passed October 21, 2017 following a stroke. There was no obituary published.
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Ron Lohman
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August 12, 1944 Retired and teaching golf stoneycreekgolfcourse.com Married 4 Mr. Collins in wood shop.
After graduation I enlisted in the Marine Corps. Boot camp just about killed me, I was only 128 lbs soaking wet when I enlisted, but I endured and came out with a great attitude and an extra 70 lbs. Landed in Okinawa for about six months, spent cold weather training on Mt. Fuji, got to see wonderful DaNang, Viet Nam for three months, got married to Judy six months before I got out of the Marines and spent  another year in scenic Barstow, Calif.
I tried several occupations before getting into drafting. After twelve years of manual drafting my claim to fame was helping design the frozen food container that went up on Apollo 11. 

Had my son Mike in 1970 then got divorced three years later. Second marriage was to Gail and we had our daughter Misty, in 1979. 

Had an opportunity to get into the latest technology at the time, CAD, computer aided drafting. Really found my stride in the computer age and started programming. I had CAD jobs at Stearns-Roger, Exxon Chemical Co, DYE designs (golf course design), Target Stores Headquarters (auto layout out of new stores), Centennial Engineering (road and bridge design), FHU (Pena Blvd road design), Martin-Martin (DIA runway design), and finally Auto-trol Technology Company(custom programming for the NSA, Ford Motor Company, and many others).
Third and final marriage was to Beverly in 2000.  She was my golf student and now she won't listen to when I try to help her with her swing.  She has two wonderful daughters, Jessica icia and Stephanie.  Jessica has two kids, Olivia 6 and Troy 4.  Stephanie is pregnant and expecting in March 2013.

Retired in 2006 and spent time giving golf lessons and of course playing golf. I played in several Colorado Senior Opens but never sniffed victory. Like they say, those that can do and those that can’t teach. I have had a lot of success teaching golf and I get more excited when a student hits good shots than they do.
My daughter moved to Tucson and in 2008 and made me a grandpa. Spend 6 months in Tucson in the winter of 2008 to be with Misty and Austin. Lived in a golf course community called Vail and had a wonderful winter. In the spring of 2009 I came back to Denver and to Beverly and our grandkids. 
Fall of 2009 I had both knees replaced. The new knees played havoc with my golf game but I have finally got my golf game back into shape.
Now we have our two grandkids two weekends a month because their parents are both in the health care industry and need to work a couple of weekends a month. I also look after a retired 93 year old retired lady a couple days a week. We take drives to the mountains or see a movie or take a walk. I just try and help her just enjoy life a little more. 

To keep busy I run the Pro Shop three half days a week at Stoney Creek golf course in Arvada, give golf lessons there, practice and play at Stoney, and of course play 18 holes with my son Mike on Thursdays. Plus all those pesky honey-do's. 
 
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