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Pam McReynolds (Bell) (806) 282-2288 Amarillo TX 79118 Married David Bell a year and a half after graduation. We have lived in a number of places. Honolulu, Ha.; Brownsville, Tx.; Midland, Tx.; Lubbock, Tx.; Edmond, Ok.; Oklahoma City, Ok.; Odessa, Tx.; Burleson, Tx.; Duncan, Ok.; Stillwater, Ok. and now living in Amarillo, Tx. The 14 years in Amarillo is the longest we've lived anywhere...the longest David has ever lived anywhere! We have been blessed with each move and are continued to be blessed in every way. Mornings in the cafeteria waiting for school to start. Working in the library. Lunch with a group of girls in the cafeteria. Pep rallies in the gym. Football and basketball games. hmmmm can I add more when I think of them!!!
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Robert Bybee (806) 237-6611 1071 M Main Jayton TX 79528 Retired State Trooper 2004. Worked in Yellowstone national Park 2011 Bought a small ranch in 2016 raising Cattle and working hard but enjoying life.
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William (Bill) Hagan
March 21, 1949 6301 Old Brownsville Rd. #D-16 Corpus Christi TX 78417 The smartest thing I ever did was marry Jaydene Hunter April 3, 1969. We have 2 fine sons, 2 wonderful grand sons and 2 amazingly beautiful and smart great-grand daughters. I retired in 2011 and again and 2014. Jay still works for Corpus Christi Medical Center. She will have 30 years with HCA this Sept. Edgar Jarman's chemistry class and flirting with Jaydene everywhere else.
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Dixie Gragson (Harrington) (806) 787-3404 4715 French Quarter Ct Lubbock TX 79424 Have lived in Lubbock my whole life. I am a registered nurse and still working in a sales position. Have been a widow for 16 years. Two grown sons and two granddaughters. Publications, baseball games, friends!!
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Sharyn Harvey
October 05, 1949 (321) 890-7020 18307 Widcombe Dr. Houston TX 77084 I attended Texas Tech and got a BS in Education. Ten years later I went on for my Masters in education after my first divorce. I married again and continued to live in Amarillo about ten more years. I divorced again and ended up in Florida for about 15 years. Except for a couple of other career ventures along the way,I taught in Texas and Florida for 27 years. I retired in 2013 and moved to live with my sister in Houston until I got all the retirememt income worked out. My sister decided we should take care of each other "in old age" so I continue to live with her. My daughters live in Washington state and south Houston area. My grandchildren live in Amarillo, Katy, and Washington state. They are 23, 21, 19, and 6. I stay pretty busy with volunteer work at church. I enjoyed the mornings in the cafeteria, lunches, and attending all the "high school events" with my wonderful group of friends. There were special teachers and many unforgotten lessons along the way. Thanks for the memories.
Bobby Head (806) 773-4021 20813 Sand Lark Ln Pflugerville TX 78660 Went to college, married my sweetheart, had a couple of wonderful kids, spoiled our grand-daughter. Then, after 64 years in Lubbock, we moved to the Austin area and retired. Been playing ever since!
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Jan Shrum (Hopkins) (806) 201-1182 6016 85th St Lubbock TX 79424 Graduated from Tech. Had 2 daughters. Now 5 grandchildren. Lived in Waco, Plains & Lamesa Texas. Married to a farmer(Jerry Pendergraft) for 26 years. He passed away in 2012. Moved back to Lubbock. Married Barry Hopkins in March of 2017.
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Stephen Huddle (806) 777-4891 2212 39th St Lubbock TX 79412-1141 Lived in Lubbock all but a few years while away at school. Currently self-employed, worked for several car dealerships doing electronic driveability and electronic repair. Was in the tool business about nine years, several years in aircraft maintenance. Found my bliss doing home repair for the past 16 1/2 years. Like it so much I plan to work to 70 (my wife says I need to stay out from under foot, then will have to find a hobby!). We raised two daughters, had six exchange students, all girls, and brought one back to college. She teaches Phd programs at Tech and her husband is the head of the language department at LCU, also has a Phd. Their two children speak three languages, I'm still trying to teach them "Texan". Our oldest is an Administrative Nursing Supervisor, husband is a petroleum engineer, younger is a Speech Therapist, husband is a mechanical engineer with a Masters in systems. Told you that to tell you this, they got their looks form their mother and their brains from other relatives! Because of the exchange students, we have been able to travel the world with expert travel guides in their countries, Sweden, Finland, Moldova, Estonia, Ecuador and many places to and from. Probably enjoyed band the most, probably it was Jim Sudduth that kept me in school during some dark times. But life is very good now and has been for the last 45 years thanks to my loving wife Sharla
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David Hungerford (405) 612-2102 PO Box 1246 Stillwater OK 74076 Have worked the past 43 years and 8 months for the USDA-Natural Resources Conservation after graduating from Texas Tech with a BS in Range Management. Have been blessed with 3 children, 2 step children and 8 grandchildren. Playing baseball.
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Kay Nagle (Lacey) (405) 226-0638 1108 Salvo Bridge Ct Edmond OK 73034 Mostly what I remember about high school was being extremely shy, and because of my unpredictable home life, sort of “afraid” to connect and become involved in activities. However, that being said, I do remember loving starting high school in a brand new school building. I also had fun with Latin Club and enjoyed going out to lunch with my “bestie”, Molly, who I remember had a great car to cruise in!
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Kay Nagle (Lacey) (405) 226-0638 1108 Salvo Bridge Ct Edmond OK 73034 After graduation, I stayed in Lubbock to attend Tech. The summer I graduated, I met Michael, an instructor pilot at Reese AFB. Four years later, in 1976, we got married and moved to Dayton, Oh. During 22 years in the Air Force, we were stationed in Ohio, Iceland, Okinawa, and lastly in Oklahoma City, where we were when he retired from the Air Force in 1991. At that time, our kids were in their middle school years and didn’t want to move again so we decided to make this our permanent home. Michael began a new career as a pilot for FedEx snd I began working for the The Oklahoman. Here we are, 27 years later, and the kids have grown and moved away, but we still live in Edmond, a suburb of Oklahoma City. We are so proud of our two beautiful kids—a daughter who lives in Tulsa and a son who lives in Salt Lake City. We spend lots of time in Tulsa loving and spoiling our two grandkids Jack (3) and Annie (5 mos). While living overseas, Michael and I caught the travel bug and now that we’re retired, we also spend a lot of time each year traveling the world. So far, we’ve been to over 74 countries and are already planning travel to more countries into 2020. However, we realize our future is in God’s hands and each new day is a blessing, not to be taken for granted. We thank Him for His redeeming son, our daily life, our children and grandchildren, our friends, our health, and the amazing privilege of being a citizen of the United States of America. Mostly what I remember about high school was being extremely shy, and because of my unpredictable home life, sort of “afraid” to connect and become involved in activities. However, that being said, I do remember loving starting high school in a brand new school building. I also had fun with Latin Club and enjoyed going out to lunch with my “bestie”, Molly, who I remember had a great car to cruise in!
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Mark Leaverton 4109 Prince Andrew Lane Austin TX 78730 Loving my wife, my children, my grandchildren, my friends and neighbors, and my Lord (not doing any of those perfectly, by the way!). In the midst of all those "most important things" I have practiced oil and gas law and am still doing so. Going to a new high school and getting to know people that I had never known before.
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Carl Moss
September 09, 1949 (903) 520-7037 306 Hideaway Lane East Hideaway TX 75771 Graduated Texas Tech BBA '73, Graduated Texas Tech MA '75, Worked for State of Texas Vocational Rehabilitation until 2012, Married Mary Kay Thompson 1978, two Son's, two Daughters in laws, one Grandson, one Granddaughter on the way! Great friends, great teachers, especially Mary Hildebrand and Rogers Orr! Wonderful opportunity to prepare for Texas Tech.
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Barbara Cousins/ Comer (Nelson)
July 17, 1950 (214) 202-2906 2328 Spanish Trail Irving TX 75060 After graduation I attended Tech for a year. I married an Airman from Redding Calif and had our first child David at Reese AFB. We moved to Jim's home town. We could see Mt Shasta from the living room and Mt Lasson from our family room. Our daughter Heather was born at the hospital were I worked as a Communications Coordinator at Mercy Medical Center ER. After 7 years and a divorce the children and I returned to Texas and settled in the DFW area. I worked in the medical field for 13 years and transferred to self employment. We lived in Irving and Mansfield & back to Irving. A hobby of cooking started my third career of teaching cooking classes and catering. I do volunteer work for the North Texas & Tarrant Area Food Banks.I married a wonderful man and we've traveled America, Alaska and the Hawaiian Islands. We've been to Europe many times and many of the Caribbean Islands. We're both retired now. We share a large combined family of 5 kids & 12 grandchildren and our first great grandchild is on the way. I loved the friendships I shared and the knowledge that has served me well.
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Debbie Krahn (Ohnesorge)
May 12, 1950 (512) 321-3613 P.O.Box 981 Bastrop TX 78602 married Gary Crisci in '69- lived in Germany for 2 yrs- returned to Lubbock & 6 months later buried my first husband- moved to Austin- married second husband '75 lived "hippie" life...built a 3-story geodesic dome...generated our electricity...raised goats, rabbits, chickens, pigs & 1 cow & raised vegetables- involved in establishing & operating a gold mill in Mexico- owned & operated a couple of resturants- served on the Board of Directors for the Bastrop Chamber of Commerce, Bastrop Ass. for the Arts & the Bastrop Opera House- divorced 2nd husband '93 sobered up & started my recovery path- became Innkeeper of a Bed & Breakfast in a historical home- became a personal chef for a number of professional folks- for the passed 23 yrs. I have owned & operated 2 bail bond companies being the first class to attend Coronado all 3 yrs- starting Soph yr without a gym or cafeteria- meeting my friends, Beverly, Susie, Martha, Gwen & Linda for school, for events, for games,& for mischief- GOOD TIMES!
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Fred Smith
May 23, 1950 (806) 778-3418 3205 76th Street Lubbock TX 79423 After high school attended Texas Tech for a year. In 1969 enlisted in the Marine Corps. Served 2 years active duty. Married Lynette Stanley in 1971.We have been married 47 years. We have 3 grown Kids, 1 Son, and Twin Daughters. We have 6 grandkids and1 Great-grandson. Sold auto parts for 40 years. Lynette and I both retired in 2015. Bought a motor home and travel as much as we can. Play golf 3 or 4 days a week and find other things to do to keep me busy. Playing golf and being with Friends
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Jo Beth Hawkins (Vinson) 120 Promise Lane Capitan NM 88316 We moved to NM to work at Lone Tree Bible Ranch for several years until my husband took the pastorate at a local non-denominational church. I began my career as a high school/college English teacher. We recently retired and are volunteering/speaking for a Christian Grandparenting organization. We have 2 married daughters and 4 grandchildren.
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Wade Willams
March 29, 1950 Wade was a Marine right after graduation. He served in Vietnam and in Washington D.C. as a sharpshooter. He was married twice. He had two daughters in his first marriage and one daughter in the second marriage. He worked for Diamond Shamrock through all its changes and successfully reached a midmanagement position. All of this inspite of the fact that, in his later years, he was diagnosed with PTSD and joined a therapy group that helped him work through the problems that came from it. Wade died from cancer of the esophagus with related problems on March 20, 2007. These problems were consistant with exposure to Agent Orange. All his daughters attended to his last years. He was buried in the cemetery outside Teague,Texas near his beloved Grandfather Williams. Wade is our hero.
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