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Roz Eisman (Mann)
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Eugene Manuel
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Gene Manuel
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Mary Markovich
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Marcia Markowitz
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Susie Bauer (May)
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Retired Married 2 1 In 1967, armed with a degree in English and a teaching certificate from Colorado College, Barbara Close and I packed up my Mustang and headed for San Francisco to find fame and fortune. Neither has been forthcoming for me, but it’s been a grand adventure… Six years were spent working in the financial district, living on Telegraph Hill, and experiencing flower children, rallies and protests, friends going to Viet Nam, and navigating huge change and upheaval. Life settled down a bit when Brian and I moved to Burlingame, a lovely small town 25 miles down the Peninsula. Here we’ve raised two wonderful children who still live in the Bay Area. Life has been full and busy – 18 years as a preschool teacher and volunteering for everything that came along – kids’ schools, kids’ sports, and many community projects, most recently, for the Burlingame Library Foundation. Retirement now allows time for travel, a little golf, a little quilting, a little reading, Giants games, Cal football and basketball, and lots of time trying to raise money for the library. Perhaps the most stressful memory was waiting for my 3x5 card to be shuffled to the top by Miss Anderson in Latin class. The best memory was being part of such a terrific group of friends -- very lucky for a shy teenager. Because of some unresolvable schedule conflicts, I will miss this reunion…so I hope you all make plans to return for 55!
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Laurence Mayer
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Stephen Mayer
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Bonny Halbeck (McAllister)
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Married 2 5 1 I graduated from UMKC with degrees in English Literature and Secondary Education and taught in the Shawnee Mission Schools for 2 years. Then came Vietnam. My husband\\\\\\\'s Kansas National Guard unit was activated and sent to Ft. Carson, Colorado. We returned to Colorado in 1972 , bought our home in the mountains west of Colorado Springs and have lived here ever since. I have loved being a part of a small community and it has been a safe haven and a great place to raise two boys!!
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Thomas McCaffrey
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Doctoral Student Divorced eight fourteen one First job - lived in Singapore/Malaysia/Indonesia. Third world countries then. The smell of spices and satay cooking, the ethnic diversity, even the heat and humidity. All wonderful. 15 years as associate/partner with McKinsey (the consulting firm). Learned about quality work and client service. Lifelong lesson. Wall Street 1985-1990. LBO time. Knew some of the good guys as well as the crooks. Deal a day. Sometimes wrenching but nonetheless necessary restructuring of complacent corpoprate America. Ten years in the corporate world. Mostly busines success but bad press. So it goes. Bought ranch in Eastern Oregon. Sometime cowboy. Accepted and embraced by that culture. Great honor.(Aside:There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man - Winston Churchill). Along the way, Dad to eight kids and husband to one now ex-wife and best friend. Many adventures over the years - serious mountaineering, climbing ice waterfalls, kayaking class IV/V rivers, three weeks in Yellowstone in the dead of winter, cross country skiing/camping, competing with a champion cutting horse. Adrenalin rush. Now finishing Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology. No clue how to retire. It has been one hell of a ride so far. Will close, yet again, with Satchel Paige: Never let the odds keep you from pursuing what you know in your heart you were meant to do. No need to say more. Worst memory. F triple minus (for real) on first test in Ms. Anderson's Latin class. Bit of a wakeup call. Best: Weekday afternoons playing touch football in the park at 69th street and Ward Parkway
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