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Carol Harper (Galusha)
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RN Married 2 step-children 2 Worked for stock firms B.C. Christopher, 1st Nid Amer & H.O. Peet. Became a stock option trader and later, a bond trader. Met 1st husband, Pete, on biz trip to New York; divorced 4 years later. Went back to school in my 40's & got degrees in nursing & socialolgy. Moved to Portland in 1990 & worked as RN @ teaching hospital. Met my present husband, Ted, through work & we recently celebrated our 18th wedding anniversary. Retired from OHSU in 2007. Now work several shifts/wk as OnCall RN in Cardiac ICU. My biggest achievement in life so far is being a breast cancer survivor of 2 years & counting. Ted & I plan to retire fully in a couple of years & do some traveling & possibly a move to Boise. Still miss KC & that fabulous KC bar-b-que! If there were "worst" memories, time has thankfully erased them. I only remember the good times & good friends I ran around with.
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Jack Gambill
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Recently retired N/A Married 2 none, nada, nyet 1 Laughed & giggled at Strother's 60th birthday party.
Another time, we made fools of ourselves doing power drinking at Houston's on The Plaza. Still visit with other SW friends and even old friends from JC Nichols grade school
My consulting business provided travel ops around the country for years. Married 41 yrs. to a fabulous wife who is my best friend and who brought the best of motherdood to our children. Kristin is also responsible for making a better man out of me.I thank God for her. Two wonderful children, Jill and Brian, both of whom live in the KC area. I am retired, hence, every day is a Saturday:) This new free time now permits the opportunity to begin the 1st rewrite of a manuscript. A newer hobby is doing photographic essays. My first effort - "The Kauffman Center for the Pereforming Arts." My second, soon to be completed, - "Reflections on Kingston Pond" Life is good:)
Mrs. Norris's Spanish class. My observations of eccentric Col. Jim in his World History class.

My so-called worst days were that I was rarely academically motivated in high school. Did my best work in college as a PolySci major.
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Jerry Garrett
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Married once (1969). Divorced once (1996). One son, one daughter, one step son. Associates Degree in English. Bachelors Degree in Geography. Graduate work in Higher Education Administration and Ed. Specialist. At the urging of our local draft board, I "voluntarily" enlisted in the Air Force in 1967. Everyone knew the Air Force had three hot meals a day, a bed and clean sheets and probaqbly would not have to carry a firearm; boy did I fool them! The Air Force made me something called Combat Security Police. I learned how to be a machine gunner (also qualified on everything from a .38 caliber revolver to a .90 mm recoilless rifle and could drive everything from a Jeep, APC to a "deuce and a half"); learned how to live in a tent and eat out of a can. The Air Force even sent me on a trip to Asia. Boy did I fool them! (Bill Behrens went to Big Tom's Saloon in Westport and played Sinatra's "That's Life" on the jukebox just for me.) About half way through my Asian "vacation" there was a need in Criminal Investigations for someone to type investigative reports (I knew someday that typing class at Southwest would come in handy). Spent the rest of the tour in criminal investigations. Back in the States I became involved with Administrative Security in SAC. Then changed "career field" at the Armed Forces Intelligence Training Center. Later, I was assigned to a Recon Technical Group (with a DIA hat included) in Virginia. A couple of years later I found that piece of paper that I had been looking for (Honorable Discharge), after respectfully declining a re-enlistment bonus, plus an assignment of working with a native intelligence network in Cambodia. A summary of my Air Force "career" (which would have eliminated th preceding paragraphs) job titles AirPolice/Security Police (Combat Security, Criminal Investigations, Administrative Security), Photo Interpretation Specialist, Intelligence Operations Specialist. Four years, four promotions. Enrolled in the Masters Program in Higher Education Administration (later also an Ed. Specialist program), I found I needed a full time job. I had had part time jobs in college, did internships with a magazine and also a newspaper in D.C. I became a full time police officer and a full time graduate student at UMKC. It was a temporary job from which I retired thirty years later, as Chief of Police. During the fifteen years as Chief I served/participated inseveral other capacities and roles. Regional Director for ten states in the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA), Board of Dirctors for IACLEA, Program Planning Committee for the FBI's Central States Law Enforcement Executive Development Program, Past President and board member of the Missouri Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, Program and planning committee for the U.S. Department of Justice Community Relations Service, Advisory Board of the Kansas City Regional Police Academy, Life member of the Metropolitan Police Chiefs and Sheriffs Association, International Association of Chiefs of Police, plus neighborhood, city, county and state wide boards, committees and associations. I also had a small farm with a cow-calf operation at the same time. Currently residing on acreage in rural Cass County, Mo. So much for my "I love me wall"; and, this is way too long for an obit, so to summarize: (now shorter and fatter) Been shot at, never hit; been sued , never successfully; and, never been indicted.
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Clarke Garry
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Teresa Gibson
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Corporate dropout; Semi-retired; Small business owner sewbeautifulstlouis.com Single Again 3 5 Later... My fondest memories are being a part of the Concert Choir, and a member of the ETC social sorority -- remember the Bowery Ball? I also had a great group of friends (Hello everyone! Sad to read of the death of Carol Horine and others). Worse memories? - breaking my leg at the "Stop and Hop" outdoor trampoline place in Waldo; being forced to catch a water balloon tossed to me from the front seat of a friend's car, and throwing it out my window unintentionally into the open window of a police car stopped next to us.
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Betty Gieringer
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Webb Gilmore
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Lawyer gilmorebell.com Divorced 4 1 1 United States Naval Academy(BS,Mathematics,1966) United States Navy,1966-1970 Lieutenant USN Nuclear Submarines Served on USS Lafayette(SSBN 616) University of Missouri-Columbia Law School(JD,1973) Legal Career, Public Finance Law, 1973-Present Co-founder and Chairman Emeritus of Gilmore & Bell, PC, a publc finance law firm specializing in tax-exempt bond financing for state and local governments, hospitals and universitiesand other nonprofit organizations Public Service, Associations, Etc. Board of Curators, University of Missouri System Board of Trustees, University of Missouri-Kansas City Missouri Humanities Council Missouri Lottery Commission Board of Directors,Gillis Center for children and Families Board of Directord,Kansas City Life Insurance Company President's Council, US Naval Academy Alumni Association Missouri 100,University of Missouri System Flagship Council,University of Missouri-Columbia Missouri Bar Association Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association National Association of Bond Lawyers Commissioning Committee,USS Missouri Nuclear Submarine(SSN 780) Academy of Missouri Squires,organization recognizing 100 Missourians who have reached the highest level of accomplishment in their community, state or nation University of Missouri Law School Citation of Merit for outstanding achievement and meritorious service in law Inaugural Recipient of Kansas City Metropolital Bar Association Baron of the Boardroom Award for distinguished career in business law Best: several of my teachers Worst: Can't remember
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