Wednesday, February 20, 2008
Finding Lost Saints
Continued kudos to Patti Patterson, Bob Lindley and Gail Cohee. They've called most everyone from our 30th reunion list, which was only 10 years out of date. We need your help in contacting as many classmates as possible.Please shoot me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message by clicking on the pencil below. Pass along e-mail addresses or phone numbers of a our fellow alums. Let's make it like a "snowball dance" in the gym. Is there anybody special you'd like to see us know who we still need to contact?
Brian Mann checked in and sent along this picture, he's still living in Santa Barbara with his wife Leslie. Their son Josh is at Berkeley and graduating this year, and son Gabe graduated a year ago from UCSB. His step-daughter Leyla and husband in LA with his grandbaby, Amelia. (Amelia is the one on the right). Brian is one of the lucky few who have made a career of something they love, in Brian's case it's music. He vows to stay at the keyboard 'till he drops, with frequent breaks to smell the roses.
Click on the comments below to hear from Bob Lindley, Brian and Regina (White) Ford. Cathy (Sikora) Darby sent me an e-mail. She's living in Portland but she doesn't know if she'll be able to come to the re-union. Speaking of Oregon, next to me, Jerry (Fouquet) Joslyn, in the picture at the bottom of the page is Cathy Davis and her husband. The picture was taken at the All Saints Picnic in 2006. Cathy and her husband are living in Oregon, Cathy said she'd crossed paths with Terri Cosgrove up there a few years earlier. Also at that picnic was a particularly muscular Jimmy Gonzales, he should be easy to find, he was with the Orange Fire Department.
Keep those cards and letters comin'!