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UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Roger Pederson  6/18
•   Roy Franks  6/20
•   Marguerite Sieckmann (Bronkala)  6/21
•   Kathleen Piette (Iwinski)  6/25
•   Daniel Merkel  6/29
•   Donna Karl (Leitzke)  6/30
•   Robert Ehrhardt  7/1
•   Meribeth Hodges (Engelfried)  7/6
•   Sandra Fligge (Axtman)  7/8
•   Lester Knutsen  7/8
•   Judy Schara (Heisl)  7/11
•   Gordon "Allen" Mitchell  7/15
•   Judith Heinen (Jacobi)  7/18
•   Mitchell Heinrichs  7/18

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•   Terri Levenhagen (Hoornstra)  5/26
•   Tom Burger  4/7
•   Penny Knopf (Bublitz)  1/30
•   Melody Jones (Parker)  1/22
•   Jim Cejka  11/26
•   Fred Michael  11/8
•   Thomas Gajewski  11/7
•   Robert Ehrhardt  10/31
•   David Ohrmundt  10/30
•   Greg Rossebo  10/30
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WHERE WE LIVE


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8 live in Arizona
2 live in Arkansas
20 live in California
1 lives in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
14 live in Florida
2 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
5 live in Illinois
3 live in Indiana
2 live in Iowa
1 lives in Kansas
2 live in Kentucky
1 lives in Louisiana
1 lives in Maryland
4 live in Michigan
6 live in Minnesota
1 lives in Missouri
1 lives in Montana
3 live in Nevada
4 live in North Carolina
1 lives in Ohio
1 lives in Oklahoma
4 live in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Carolina
1 lives in Tennessee
11 live in Texas
1 lives in Virginia
4 live in Washington
161 live in Wisconsin
1 lives in Wyoming
232 location unknown

MISSING CLASSMATES


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JOINED CLASSMATES


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 41.6%


A:   212   Joined
B:   298   Not Joined

I can only speak from personal experience but the first thing I remember when I became a Dad was, “Yikes!  This kid didn’t come with instructions!”  So, as every new parent experiences, you go by instinct and over the years they tend to grow up, in spite of us!!!

But parenting comes natural for some of us.  Like playing catch at the park  ...

Or a friendly snowball fight.  Ray Thompson sent this along showing how he toughened up his kids.  Can you tell Ray was in law enforcement?  No … me neither.

New isn’t always good enough for some Dads.  Gordy Sauer wanted his son to get an extra boost from his new push car.  How’d that work out for you Gordy?  Is he speaking to you yet?

 

Like father like son … as we see in the Dean Schwarten home movies!  So close to perfection!

 

But Dean made up for it by joining his son on a bonding waterslide ride!

And nobody can beat Bernie Raml’s teaching bicycle safety ... and his sensitive handling of a disasterous situation. (Was his kid still on the bike?)

 

Bill Gregorious, being a responsible pub owner, tried to teach his kids the dangers of reckless driving!  This was a revolutionary approach at the time!

 

Yup, nothing beats fatherhood and knowing that our kids and grandkids are always proud of us!

 

 

 

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Our Life in Pictures!

Try to explain some of these to the kids!!

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

 

 

Why do I get a warm feeling when I see these?

 

 

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55th Reunion

Sheraton, Brookfield

November 3 and 4, 2017

Food

Games

 

Dancing

More Dancing

 

Renewing old friendships

 

Welcoming visitors of all varieties

More than 150 photos are posted under the heading of "55th Reunion Photos".  They cover both nights of the reunion but represent just a fraction of the good times and commradery that comes with being among old friends.  It was particularly pleasing that a number of "first-timers" attended the event as well as a few friends from the class of '63.  (You can add your own photos or contact me if you want some help in doing so.)

We thank everybody who particpated from committee members to the classmates who attended, to spouses who so valiantly agreed to join in with a crowd of old-timers.  We were touched that several classmates who recently lost their spouses, put away their sadness for a short time to smile and laugh with people who care so very much about them.  We hope they could feel the combined love of almost 100 pairs of arms around them.

We may or may not have another event in the future but if not, we will all add this weekend to the cherished memory banks related to the friendships started those many years ago at Custer High School. For those who chose not to or couldn't attend, we missed you and included you in our thoughts.

 

 

 

 

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