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Emily Anderson (Weston)
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WA Nona Married 2
"Em" worked for the insurance industry for 9 years and after raising a family, worked for a Christian Day Care for 12 years. She was a Caregiver for parents and now very busy being a doting gramma named Nona.  "Em" married Jack  Weston in 1963 and they have 2  daughters.  Jennifer married Drew Blackstone (son of Peggy Pierce class of  '59) Julianne married John Rogers and the have two darling girls four and one.  Jack is retired after several years as a senior designer for Spider Staging.  They still enjoy their trips to Disneyland and visiting relatives in Winnipeg, Canada.  Best times are spent with Amanda and Christine our granddaughters.  Send Emily a MessageSend Emily a Message
Sally Coleman (Wilder)
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WA Married 3
Sally married Tom Wilder between their junior and senior years at the U of W. Tom finished medical school in 1966 and they lived in England for 5 wonderful years; then spent 4 years in Minnesota while Tom was at the Mayo Clinic; went to Colorado for 7 years; and spent 2 years in California before returning to the Seattle area in 1985. They moved to Bainbridge Island when Tom retired until the family required a recent return to Seattle.  They have 3 adult children and 5 grandchildren that brighten their lives along with a yellow Labrador!   They enjoy volunteer work, hikes, theater, road trips and flights anywhere including several to Europe with son Tom and family.  Sally keeps in touch with and enjoys seeing Turney, Sandi, Linda, Wendi G  and others.  It was fun to talk to Joe Miller about this reunion.  It would be nice to see more old friends, but a family obligation that weekend can’t be rescheduled.  We will try to stop by the  picnic later in the day if it works out.  Best wishes to all..
Wendy DeLacy (Wilson)
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WA retired Real Estate Broker Married 2
After 25 years in real estate I am enjoying time to travel with my husband, Boyd.  We especially enjoy Elderhostel Service Projects and spent a week this fall in the Adirondack Mountains of New York building a cedar and canvas canoe.  At home in Olympia I work part time managing the Christian Science Reading Room.  I'm looking forward to see all of you at the reunion. Send Wendy a MessageSend Wendy a Message
Sandra Wood
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WA Divorced
Sandra has attended WSU for a one and a half year and worked at the registrar's office at the U of W for 6 years.  She married Don Ley in 1961.  In 1983 she was Vice President of Kim Marine Documntation, Inc. and had obtained her state Massage license.  She had a private practice of massage therapy with classical music.  She divorced and traveled throughout the States and Canada in a V W Van. She has visited New Zealand, Bali, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Afganistan, Iran, Turkey, Greece France and Hawaii.  Since last writing I was living on Kauai for 17 years at a training center for Hawaiian Body Work/Self Development with my Hawaiian teacher Kahuna.  He is now deceased.  I moved back to the N. W. in June 2007 to attend my mother who passed away Nov. 2007 at 95 years of age.  I have my own Hawaiian Body work practice as a WA licensed massage therapist and continue to be in Hawaii, now Oahu, when needed and I am slowing adjusting to Northwest living.  
I will be unable to attend due to a committment in Hawaii on these dates.  Very sorry to miss this reunion.

Sandra
(Marvin) Paul Wright
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June 01, 1940 WA Real Estate Developer Married 3
Paul attended the U of W and earned a degree in business.  He then served in the Navy as an officer and was stationed at Cubi Point, Phillipines - managing the BOQ and Officers Club.  He was a Banker for 25 years and President of Shoreline Savings and Loan.  He is now a Real Estate Broker.  He is blessed with a great wife Mary, three wonderful daughters and 7 grand children including triplets.  Interests include travel, fishing and camping.
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Sharon Phillis (Wright)
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WA Retired Married 4
My career was raising our four children and sometimes grandchildren.  My husband Sid retired at 59 and we have traveled and done several cruises.  We love to camp with our kids.  I love to fish and crab.  Or kids are 48, 46, 41, 38.  We have 5 grandkids, Chris 2 (Pre Law), Kellie 18, Jenna 7, Anthony 7 and Sidney 4.  Sid and I will have been married 50 years this coming December 20 2008.  
Taylor Young
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Washington Psychologist Married 1
I will probably qualify as the least likely to be remembered graduate of the class of '58, some (probably few) knew of me as "Tex".  At the 10th year reunion, most thought that my fiancee was their class member.  I had started late in September of '57 and graduated the following June.  I came to Washington to live with my father and stepmother after things went very badly with me and my mother in Texas.  
Western Washington became my home, after soldiering for nearly 5 years and reaching the gates of West Point, I knew that war and killing was not in me.  I returned to complete my BA in Political Science at the UW while gaining my teaching credential.  I continued at the UW in a masters program in Counseling, then went to the U of Portland to a doctoral program in Clinical Psychology.  When the Holy Cross fathers at UP canceled our program, something about too many students, too many of whom were Jewish, and way to many singing "Power to the People" in their Student Union, I returned to teaching until I was admitted to the Counseling Psychology program at Arizona State University, where I graduated in 1976.  By then my fiancee had become my wife and graduate programs are tough on good marriages, ours wasn't that good. 
I have worked as a Psychologist since then, in Phoenix for a year, in Orange County Calife for a year (the answer to my dreams, the nightmares), in Alaska for 7 years (a great adventure), and then returned with my "Child Bride" (10 years younger) and my daughter to live in Olympia;  we are "dug in" here.  After we returned to Washington, I worked for the Washington Department of Corrections for a little over 4 years, then took up working in the schools (Tacoma, then Bethel) so that my daughter would have one parent with nearly the same schedule as hers.  School Psych work has its charm, but was not particularly challenging, so in 2004 I returned to working in DOC, where I am now.  I have a few more years before I max out on my retirement system and I like the work that I do;  I also have a "work ethic" that younger people think of as a "disability".  My wife (that second marriage has worked for 25 years now) says that I can retire whenever I would like, but work is still fun, which means little in the line of drugery.   
Retirement will mean that I have some boats to build and some adventures to take on.  My mother died last month at 94 and my Physician thinks I am doing well health wise.  So, life is an adventure, not to be taken lightly.
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Sharon Olson (Zahnow)
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WA Owner Divorced 2

Sharon is the owner of the Old Style Barber Shop in Lake City. She is divorced and has 2 daughters Kymm and Tammy and 3 grandchildren Jennifer, Brittany and Cassey and one great granddaughter, Lilly. Sharon is still working 2 days at her barbershop. Four days a week she is babysitting 2 great grand daughters, 10 years and 18 months old.

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