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Kathy Greiner (Gregg)
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Last Known: Reno NV This profile has been created on behalf of this classmate. We invite them to create a permanent profile that they maintain by clicking on the "Add your profile" link at the top of this page.

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Lee Gribskov
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In Loving Memory
Tana Griffin
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Last Known: Yachats OR This profile has been created on behalf of this classmate. We invite them to create a permanent profile that they maintain by clicking on the "Add your profile" link at the top of this page.

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Susan Groshong (Singhose)
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May 04, 1951 Bend OR Rancher-retired Married 3 Alfalfa,Reid, Allen, Kenwood
Wayne and I have been traveling since the 45 reunion. We started in Peru, climbed Machu
Picchuand then took off for Lima to fly out to Santiago, Chile. Chile has a lot of Cathedrils which we toured. Then off to Buenos Aires. In the middle of town is the worlds largest stock yards perday 10,000 headare sold for slaughter with a total capacity of 30,000 hd. The South Americans have many vineyards that ship all over the world.
Last year we went to South Africa.  Has to be the best of all places.  Animals roam free.  You could herethe lions roar at night. We saw many of the big 5 .  Also toured a Ostrich farm.  Wayne actually sat onthe birds.  We watch a race.  All in all quite a trip.  This year it was Australia and New Zealand.  I was surprised that Australia had many green forest.  Not just the deserts that we see on TV.
New Zealand was all lush forests and fields.  They are big on sheep for the wool and milkcows.  They have one of the largest out sourcing for Ice Cream.
Still have 7 grandkids.  Two will graduate next year.  Next year there will be 5 in high school. God help the treachers!! We are downsizing the ranch so we can travel more through the US and Canada.
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John Gross
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August 26, 1951 Kent WA Semi-Retired Environmental Project Manager Married 2 Fossil, OR and John Tuck in Redmond I will not be attending the 45th reunion.
I enjoy cruising the updates from time to time.  I am retired and now working part time when I find something of interest in the environmental field.  2014 into 2015 I will be assisting a forest products company prepare a former pulp and paper mill site for a new use. With the retirement of my wife, Karilyn, this year I am sure we will also find some time to travel and enjoy the Oregon Coast.  Take care, John 07/13/2014 Send John a MessageSend John a Message
Chris Grote (Yager)
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Sacramento CA This profile has been created on behalf of this classmate. We invite them to create a permanent profile that they maintain by clicking on the "Add your profile" link at the top of this page.

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Vicki Halligan (McGahan)
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Sacramento CA This provisional profile has been created on behalf of this classmate. We invite them to create a permanent profile that they maintain by clicking on the "Add your profile" link at the top of this page
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Terry Hamby (Lukes)
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October 12, 1951 Little Elm TX Environmental Specialist Married 5 St. Francis
Alive, well, happy and very grateful near Dallas, Texas. I spend my time managing hurricane and tornado recovery operations for FEMA. I miss my good friends and family in Central Oregon as well as the clean air and blue skies. However, I can’t say I miss the long winters. Just found out about the reunion when I was home for the 4th of July.  Initially, I didn't think I could attend, but Shel Perrigan's entry in the "Guest Book" helped me realize what is really important.  So barring a hurricane in the gulf on August 7th, I'm looking forward to seeing you all very soon.
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Judy Hamilton (Brandbury)
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Ginger Hammer
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