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Ted Bland
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Bob Bond
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Accounting Manager Married 2 1 I went to KU in the fall of 1962 and was graduated and commissioned into the Navy in June, 1966. I was on active duty for four years (Supply Corps School in Athens, GA--USS TOPEKA (CLG-8) SF, Long Beach, the Med--Seabee unit in Vietnam--Mess Officer for SECNAV/CNO in the Pentagon). I got an MBA from KU in 1973 and went to Chicago to work for Northern Trust Co. for ten years. I got married in 1979, and we had two boys before we left for Miami and NCNB (now Bank of America)in 1987. I got transferred to Greensboro in 1989, and we have been here ever since. I've been Accounting Manager for Boats Unlimited NC (Greensboro, Raleigh-Durham, New Bern, Wilmington) since 2005. My wife Susan is a clinical social worker for Cone Health System. Our older son Michael (29) is in his second year of med school at Chapel Hill. Our younger son David (25) does information systems work for the IRS here in Greensboro. We really like North Carolina for its weather and proximity to a lot of places to visit, especially all of the history around us. Greensboro, for instance, was the site of the last major battle of the American Revolution before Yorktown. I really enjoyed a lot of my classes, especially history (Miss Guyer), English (Mrs.McCaffrey, Mrs. Ewalt), Latin (Miss Anderson), and algebra/trig (Mr. Woods). I also liked going to our varsity football and basketball games. Although I was too short and too slow to play varsity sports, in my junior year, an intramural basketball team I was on with Richard Wiens, Marshall Gale, Paul Duffendack, and one other I can't remember beat the seniors, and the next year we turned around and beat the juniors. A basketball dynasty broken up only by graduation!
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Jane Weneck (Booser-Gorman)
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Wedding Coordinator jane@unitytemple.com Single 3 1 2 I went to school at Penn Valley Community College and then to UMKC, I studied Psycology, then I married and had two children in my first marriage. I remarried years later and had another child when I was 40 years old. I was a single parent most of my adult life and had many and various businesses, one of which I was a caterer and made Knishes for much of KC's cafes and restaurants. I closed my catering business in 2002 and have been a wedding coordinator for Unity Temple on the Plaza ever since. I also teach meditation and have a rich spiritual life. My best memories of Southwest was the fun I had with my classmates and friends. Sometimes getting kicked out of class because my friends and I were laughing and disrupting class. What fun!!!
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Sandra Boring
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Thomas Boyle
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retired Married 3 2 1 I owe Tom Smith a great deal. Tom isn't in the best of health as of this writing. He's struggling to recover from a stroke down in Dallas. He persuaded Rick Jeter and me to join him at Ole Miss where I graduated after a lengthy career. The longer you go, the more you learn, right? I had been rejected by the Advanced Air Force ROTC program over a "history of asthma" so I was able to parlay that into a medical disqualification in the draft. Nice! After going to New Orleans to be in a friend's wedding (met a stunning but slightly married creature) and staying for a year,I migrated to Memphis and began a 39 year career in the securities business. At 62, I retired and moved west to Bend OR to be nearer our 2 daughters in Portland and son in Missoula. Retirement was challenging. Hunting and fishing can't be a full time gig or you go around not knowing what day it is, just what season is in. So, I added real estate to my license portfolio last year. Now I can go downtown if I want, hang out at an office and look busy. After that, it's off to a watering hole or two, compare fish and game pictures on the i-phone, hold court and solve world and local problems. Also, if someone buys the wrong house, not like a stock, they blame their spouse not me. Life is pretty damn good! Just a few.
As Jack Gambill said when Pete Makris hummed the globe by his head and out the 4th floor window, "was that world just going by"? I don't remember if he said that or not but he should have. Col Jim was probably in WWI and shell shocked by our class if not the war. Mr Sanders (soph eng)was my favorite (read his memoriam here if you knew him). A marvelous wit and teacher. He wrote in my annual, "To Tom, who deseves so much, and I'm sure he'll get what he deserves". I meant to speak to him about that. Mr Stark was unforgettable too. He'd get wound a little too tight and start salivating and spewing drool, just over some function of the alimentary canal. Ms Torbert was my inspiration to never smoke.I cant't tell you how many times she'd cough herself blue in the face and excuse herself from the room. Nervous Nivens was a great one. I later had great empathy for him as I tried to teach my children to drive. Southwest was a wonderful place to be in 1962. Sadly, what made it great could not be sustained and in 1965 it began to fall into ruin as did so many other public schools across the country.
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Judy Brenner
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