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Gary Roraback
WA President Emerald Parking Married
Gary attended Broadview Elementary, Jane Addams Jr. High (where many of us knew him) and Lincoln High Class of 1958. He served in the US Coast Guard, was a Trucking Manager, Restaurant Manager, Shopping Center Manager and Present owner of Emerald Parking in Seattle. Send Gary a MessageSend Gary a Message
Jon Sandelin
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September 03, 1940 CA Technology Licensing Divorced 2
After graduating from the UW with a degree in chemistry, I served 4 years as an officer on a diesel submarine.  I then obtained an MBA from Stanford University.  After briefly working for an accounting firm and a ski resort, I returned to Stanford first as the financial director and then Associate Director of Stanford's computer center (1970-1984) and then transferred to the Office of Technology Licensing.  Since 2003, when I converted to Emeritus status I spent most of my time going to other regions of the world to show them how to more efficently convert ideas and innovation into new products and services to create jobs and improve economies.

Looking forward to seeing classmates.
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Ronald (Ron) Sather
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Ron attended Everett JC for 2 years then spent 3 years in the Army and was stationed at Fort Belvoir, VA and at the Pentagon.  He went to work for Boeing in 1964 as a draftsman; and in 1980 became Technical Designer for Boeing at the Everett Plant with the 747/767-propulsion group. He has attended 12 engineering night classes at the plant and 2 quarters at Shoreline Community College. Ron retired from Boeing in 1995. During Ron's travels he has crossed the U.S. 13 times and made 3 trips to Alaska, visited New England, Southwest US parks, and Southern Scandinavia.    He enjoys taking outdoor color pictures, woodworking projects and most of all fishing in both salt and fresh water in Montana and BC. He is currently Historical Commissioner for the City of Lynnwood, a 10-year volunteer job. Retirement is great. 

David Schindele
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WA Retired DaveDiana.com Married 2

   Life has been good, and it's now filled with lots of great memories from years past!

   After graduating from college, I served as an Air Force officer for more than 16 years (5 years active, and the rest in reserves), and then I retired from the Air Force with the rank of Captain. I was hired out of active Air Force service in 1968 by a division of United Technologies in Connecticut, and I worked as a project manager on development of the Air Force's Manned Orbiting Laboratory. After that project, I worked in the Apollo Moon Program on development of back packs that astronauts used for walking on the moon. After that, I came back to Seattle and worked for the telephone company (USWest) as a data processing manager, and then I took a retirement offer after 20 years. I then worked for Nordstrom in data processing for another 12 years, and retired from there in 2002. Since then, with my wife Diana as my boss, I'm loving retirement!

  I still have a passion for snow skiing, and I attempt to get up to Stevens Pass as much as possible during the winter. However, when I now zoom down those slopes at great speed, I sometimes think it might be smarter to slow down, which never used to cross my mind. When the weather is more suitable, bicycle riding is the usual way that my wife and I get our exercise.

  Together, Diana and I have four children and eight grandchildren, and we have enjoyed taking them on vacation trips in our motorhome. My son Devin is married to Stephanie, the daughter of our classmate Priscilla Jorgenson (Wegg), and they have given us two grandchildren.
  For the last seven years, I was involved in writing a book, which has now been published (in softcover, over 400 pages) and currently available on Amazon.com. The name of it is "It Never Happened, Volume 1." Also, the book is to be available in hardcover as a second edition. I never dreamed I would ever write a book, but it then became an "obligation" for me that was impossible to avoid. All profits from the book, and public appearances, are being donated to the Air Force Association, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of a strong U.S. Air Force.
  The book reveals an exceptional and amazing incident I had in the Air Force. And the experience was something that does not mesh with reality in "today's" world. In 1966, I was instructed by the Air Force that, "As far as you are concerned, It Never Happened," which then provided the name for my book. As instructed by the Air Force, I kept my secret for more than 40 years, but now my book reveals my "out of this world experience," and my secret is out there for the world to contemplate.

  At the time of my incident, I was a Lieutenant in the Air Force as a Minuteman ICBM Launch Control Officer. I was a deputy crew commander at an underground launch control facility connected with Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota. It was there that a large flying object hovered next to the main gate of our facility, which was just above our underground launch control capsule. All ten of my interconnected ICBM missiles then went "off alert," and they were effectively deactivated and rendered unlaunchable by the object that paid a visit. I was then instructed to never say another word about this incident. On April 30, 2013, I testified in Washington DC about this to six former members of Congress. Current members of Congress would not risk their reputations to be involved with such a matter. If you do an internet search on my name, or go to my website, you'll learn more. 
 

My website is DaveDiana.com

 

 

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Alan Scott
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Never in my minds eye did I envison myself being a senior citizen.When in high school I used to ignore people my age. I'm trying to retire but my wife says no! My being at home to her is like keeping an elephant in the kitchen.One of us would be dead of frying pan injuries after six months. See ya at the 50th! 

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Karen Cory (Seek (Class of 1960))
WA Retired Widowed
Now widowed - Karen lived in the Everett area with husband Richard Seek.  She resides in Seattle now.  Karen worked as a MA for 10 years part-time and then worked at Macys as a cosmetic consultant for 15 years.  She has attended many makeup schools. She enjoys her retirement in Ballard living in her grandmothers 1919 home. Karen has joined a writer's group and ballroom dances twice a week Karen will be at the reunion. Send Karen  a MessageSend Karen a Message
Toni (Antoinette) Kowalski (Shetler)
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VA Systems Engineer Committed Relationship 3
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Ernie Shields
WA Retired Married

Looking forward to visiting with everyone next year.
See you there!

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Marie Floyd (Shumate)
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VA Retired Computer Programmer Single Again 3

Since I retired in 1997, I have used my time to really get serious about helping my sister, Judi (a Shoreline attendee also) get our Family History book going.  Judi and I have gathered a lot of information for our book (she lives in Kansas and I'm here in Virginia, so you can imagine how much gets done by telephone and email).  Our challenge now is to go thru it all and decide what to put in and what to leave out. 
I enjoyed caring for my grandchildren (4 grandsons and 2 granddaughters) when they were small, but they are all growing up, the two oldest boys both reaching 21 this year, and the youngest granddaughter turning 12 this past December.  They don't seem to need Grandma so much, so I just see them when they have time and aren't busy with sports and their friends.  I lost John in Feb 07, and even tho we had been divorced for 19 years, I cared or him the last 9 years of his life.  He had diabetes, causing him to lose both of his legs in the end, heart by-pass and strokes.  We became good friends, and we worked in The American Legion together.  I have given up all positions as an officer in the Legion, just help with programs at the VA Hospital, and ther programs that I enjoy.  Of course, I still do my "Computers for Kids" program, restoring old computer and fixing them up for kids that don't have one.  Just hope to give them the extra skills that will help them keep up in school with the other kids.  For many years, I held the unofficial job as historian for my Post, so I am not in many.  I am sending my graduation picture, and one of my sister, Ella (Floyd) Wynhoff and myself. 

 I had a bad fall and an MRI, showed I have a bad concussion (thank God not a fractured skull).  I had to go to a neurologist due to headaches I have since the fall. After 2 more MRI's and a MRA, He put me on meds that I am having a reaction to.  Until we figure that out, I can't go anywhere.   

Anyway, good luck to everyone and have a great time.  I will be thinking of you all out here in Virginia.
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Patricia Siggs
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WA Retired
Pat received her BA in psychology at Whitman College and Masters Degree In Counceling and Guidance.   For the last 25 years of her career, she was counselor at Garfield High School in Seattle.  She enjoys volunteer work with the girl scouts, Pacific Peaks Council and her favorite activities include hiking, back packing, nature photography and music.  Pat has traveled extensively throughout the years. She will be attending the reunion. Send Patricia  a MessageSend Patricia a Message
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