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Albert Edwards -
Family Physician. Married (same lady since 1970).
4 sons and 1 daughter. Medical-Evangelical Missions to Mexico, Belize,
Honduras and the Domincan Republic. Medical practice is in Georgia,
just outside of Atlanta, in Powder Springs. I was on active duty in
the Navy as a Hospital Corpsman 1969 - 1973, then in the reserves
until 1983. The most "fun" was being assigned to Marine Recon.
Art Bentley worked in radio for 20 years. He is alive and well in Naco,
Arizona. He sent us an illustrated update in 2011.
Barbara (Vedder) Duncan has grown older and wiser.
Betty Jo Kannon has grown older and wiser.
Beverly Joan Steward lives in Martinez. She has 2 children, 5 grandkids,
is single and works as a customer service rep for a gift company.
Beverly (Schaefer) Hart sent us
an update in 2011. Highights: She and her
husband own five weeks of time shares in Kauai. They live in Arizona and play
pickleball. Her grandchildren include a set of triplets.
Bill Darling sent us
an update in 2000.
Excerpts: I live in Eagle River, Alaska.
I'm working as an education technologist for a state agency
that works with severely handicapped children. I get to work
with technology that empowers the disabled, build and run a web
site, and teach teachers how to use assistive technology.
Bob Alessandrelli -
I happily retired from my consulting business in January 2014 and have been
busy traveling and will continue to do so. I graduated from UC Davis in 1970
and got my master’s from UCLA in 1971, where I met my wife, Mary. We’ve been
married since 1972 and have two children: Jenny, born in 1981 and living in San
Francisco and Jeff, born in 1983 and living in Portland. We've lived in Reno
Bob (Robert) Clay -
I'm living in Portland, Oregon now. I transferred from Pleasant Hill
High my junior year. I remember running track and cross country under
Mike Miramonte and playing trombone in every conceivable musical
offering from jazz to orchestra to pep band under the esteemed tutelage
of maestro Mr. Frank Cavoto. I retired from the City of Portland Bureau
of Planning and Sustainability in 2010, although I worked part time