David Lendrum - lives in Juneau, Alaska. He and his wife own
which does habitat restoration. It supplies stores and businesses
in a dozen other towns via barge or floatplane. Dave writes articles
about gardening in south-east Alaska for his web site; "Holding Hands
with Devils Club" is one title that may catch your eye.
David Magris sent us an update and picture.
He's living in Florida, married to wonderful lady and enjoys golfing, cooking
and sailing. The thumbnail doesn't do him or his shirt justice; click on the
link to see how well he's aged.
David A. Poarch -
I'm off in Norman, Oklahoma and have been since I got back
from Vietnam and out of the service in 1969. I'm married,
have 2 grown sons, and am the Assistant Dean at the University
of Oklahoma College of Law. David has two E-mail addresses,
David Walker writes:
Married since 1983 to Jean (from Chicago - we met while living in
Hawaii). We have 2 kids, Nani and Charlie. I am a graphic designer.
We moved to Tucson in 2019.
David contributed Running scared
(But liking some of it) to our "What Was It Like?" essay collection.
David served as a Peace Corps Volunteer on the island of Montserrat,
1973 - 1975. Montserrat is a Leeward Island of the Lesser
Antilles in the Eastern Caribbean, or, as they are affectionately known,
the West Indies.
Debbie (Bromley) Dirks -
Sent us an update in 2011: We still live in Fort Collins, Colorado and I am still
married to the same man Dale, going on 35 years now. I no longer work for the
airlines, 9/11 took care of that for me, as I didn't want to be in the
military/police force, so I have been retired since October of 2002. [I think 35
years with one company is enough anyway]. Neither one of our children is married
yet, so thus no grandchildren. I have to borrow others to get my fix. I have
siblings residing from Maui to New York so my travel benefits come in handy. My
husband doesn't do much traveling with me, so my sisters and girlfriends are
usually my travel buddies. I played golf at least three times a week all summer
and we have a cabin in the mountains we use in the summer, for fishing and hunting
season. Both of us are in good health, and look forward to many more years with
our friends and children. I, at least, have to hang on until I get some grandkids.
Would love to hear from anyone who is so inclined and if you're ever in my neck of
the woods, feel free to call.