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10/08/19 01:28 PM #1634    

Robert Ayre

Sorry sausage fingers hit submit before corrections. The mirror showed a reflection of who you are and the fun person within. Keep smiling enjoy every day!

10/09/19 06:32 AM #1635    

 

Yvette Fuchs (Nierenhausen)

I am sorry, and with a heavy heart, to tell you that our sweet Carme Belcher Thieme passed away yesterday after a 4 year battle with pancreatic cancer. She fought like a warrior, but lived every day having fun. She is home, and happy with our Lord now....

10/09/19 08:58 AM #1636    

 

David Frazer

Sorry to hear about Carmen (for the family and friends sorry)!  What a fighter for four years!  Praying for the family and friends. Look forward to a heavenly reunion!

I echo the sentiment from the reunion; so many people to visit with and on the way home thought; oh!  I never made it back to talk with her/him!  Sure was fun!  Again, thanks to all who made it a fun night!  P.s. I'm bringing a notebook to the next reunion and writing all the invites down incase that I ever retire. Imagine the money I could save eating your food and over staying the visit, and not having a mortgage. wink


10/10/19 10:22 PM #1637    

 

Steve Hardy

Remember Mr. Krubsack, one of our 10th grade World History Teachers?

William L. Krubsack

William L. Krubsack, a longtime resident of Prescott, WI, passed away at the age of 78 on October 4, 2019. 

Bill was born on February 10, 1941 in Fond du Lac, WI. He was the fifth born of seven children. He grew up and attended school in Stevens Point, WI. He graduated from UW-Stevens Point in 1964 with a BS in History.

He achieved his dream job of teaching World History at Park High School in Cottage Grove, MN. While teaching at Park, he obtained his Master of Arts degree in Teaching from UW-River Falls in 1973. He retired after 30 fulfilling years in 1998. He fondly referred to his students as “scholars” and used to say, “I remember the thinkers and the stinkers.”

A memorial service is scheduled for Sunday, October 13 at 1:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary at Unity Church-Unitarian at 733 Portland Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55104. Coffee and cookies will be served after the service in the Parish Hall.


10/11/19 10:15 AM #1638    

 

Victor DePaulis

I do remember. I went to River Falls after 3 years in Army band. I think that was before his time there. Great teacher!! Sure will be missed, sympathies to the Krubsacks


10/11/19 05:40 PM #1639    

 

Vickie Quiner (Carlson)

I am sorry to hear about Carmen! It sounds like I missed the best time last weekend but my family needed me! I am posting a photo of our October blizzard . I bet you are glad you live where you do! Please pray for us farmers up here, most of us have crops in the fields and can’t get to them!


10/11/19 05:56 PM #1640    

 

Yvette Fuchs (Nierenhausen)

Prayers! We'll see you soon! Hugs and take care!

10/12/19 08:09 AM #1641    

 

Jeffery DuBois

I want to express a big THANK YOU to everyone that helped organize the 45th reunion last Saturday!

I had a great time hanging out with my former classmates - good conversation, food, music, and dancing!

A special thank you to Yvette Nierenhausen for taking on the leadership role in organizing the reunion, from booking the venue to determining the food catering, dj, fun activities, and all the other details!! It was so well organized!

I very much appreciate  Yvette's  willingness to step in, as well as the assistance from Bob, and Francene and others for making the 45th such a successful event :)

On another topic - based on conversations with some of the classmates at the reunion that are living in the midwest, a few of us up here have canoes and/or kayaks and like to paddle.  I wonder if there would be any interest in a paddle get together next  Spring/Summer?  Maybe on the Saint Croix - or in the St. Paul Park/ Grey Cloud Island area (Mississippi river).   Everyone  would be welcome,- we just need to make sure we have enough boats. Let me know your thoughts.

There is a new bridge on Grey Cloud Island  so there is nice flowage now in what used to be  stagnate back water channels in that area. we could do some paddle exploring there.  Just throwing out the idea.., I will plan to  bring it up on the message forum next Spring....

 

 

 

 


10/12/19 03:52 PM #1642    

 

Steven Bilderback

A canoeing trip sounds great!
I have three canoes and acess to a few more. I also have plenty of camping and day trip equipment if needed.
Count me in! smiley


10/12/19 03:56 PM #1643    

 

Steven Bilderback

And thank you to all of you, (you know who you are) that pulled off the 45th reunion! 
I hope to see all of you, yes all of you at the 50th.


10/12/19 06:49 PM #1644    

 

Yvette Fuchs (Nierenhausen)

I'd be interested in kayaking! Keep us posted! Sounds like fun!

10/13/19 12:35 AM #1645    

 

Douglas Kladis

kayaking Verdie River would love to have you join the wife and I Yvette it would be fun trust me


10/13/19 07:45 AM #1646    

Robert Ayre

Count me in for the kayaking/canoeing adventure. I have two kayaks if someone needs to use one. Let's not wait for 5 years!

10/13/19 10:03 AM #1647    

 

Yvette Fuchs (Nierenhausen)

Bob, I don't have a kayak! I have dibs on your extra! Doesn't Laurie want to go?

10/14/19 12:57 PM #1648    

Robert Ayre

Yvette you can use it. It is a 12ft. Punto wilderness, very stable kayak. Looking forward to it

10/29/19 11:56 AM #1649    

 

Karen Romanchuk (Garaghty)

What great reunion pics. It looks like it was a 'blast from the past'

10/29/19 06:44 PM #1650    

 

David Frazer

Thanks Steve for the pictures.  I did not know 1/2 of those pictured were there... Almost like I missed out. sad  Hope I am not speaking out of turn; but the picture of Darrell Amacker reminded me to ask for pray for him.

 


10/30/19 10:47 AM #1651    

 

Steve Hardy

I wish I could take credit for the reunion pics, but credit goes to the young people with the cameras.  They did a terrific job of covering our reunion.  I just now finished resizing, rotating, and cropping, so that all the photos are now right side up.


10/30/19 09:32 PM #1652    

 

Steve Hardy

For my party bus driving during the Halloween season, I decided to dress up as Svengoolie, the TV horror movie show host.  Each week, he presents one of the classic horror movies. Here in the cities, he is seen on ME-TV.  I'm the one on the right.


10/31/19 07:21 PM #1653    

 

John Cavanaugh

Steve, That is a great costume! You could be his double!


11/04/19 09:42 PM #1654    

Robert Ayre

Steve,
That was a great Svengoolie costume! The only thing you need is the rubber chicken!

11/05/19 10:31 AM #1655    

 

Steve Hardy

Bob,

My chicken was also wondering why it wasn't included in the original post.  Whenever it gets unruly, I take it to KFC, order a meal, and say, "This'll be you if you keep it up!"  I don't hear a peep after that!


11/05/19 06:21 PM #1656    

 

Yvette Fuchs (Nierenhausen)

Steve, that is crazy funny! See what you started Bob?

11/06/19 09:27 AM #1657    

 

David Frazer

Funny!  Very Funny.  Thanks for lightening our hearts.


11/07/19 09:11 AM #1658    

Robert Ayre

Just a feather in your cap Steve, make no bones about it if you just wing it the rubber chicken will just bounce back.things were looking a little beak.

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