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7 live in Arizona
18 live in California
8 live in Colorado
5 live in Florida
6 live in Illinois
1 lives in Iowa
2 live in Kansas
47 live in Minnesota
4 live in Montana
1 lives in Nevada
1 lives in New York
2 live in North Carolina
46 live in North Dakota
1 lives in Oklahoma
1 lives in Pennsylvania
2 live in Rhode Island
1 lives in South Carolina
1 lives in South Dakota
1 lives in Tennessee
3 live in Texas
4 live in Virginia
11 live in Washington
4 live in Wisconsin
1 lives in Wyoming
1 lives in Manitoba
1 lives in Australia
1 lives in United Kingdom
21 location unknown
74 are deceased


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•   Paul Sweitzer  9/22
•   Lawrence W. Hanson  8/3
•   Angie Valinski (Uhlir)  6/29
•   Daniel Denis  6/26
•   Susan Stewart (Shatraw)  4/18
•   Kay Haugen (Kennedy)  9/16
•   Douglas Wick  9/5
•   Renee Rubin (Kaufman)  6/11
•   Marlys Westgard (Hiller)  6/10
•   Gilford Staus  4/22
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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 58.3%

A:   119   Joined
B:   85   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)



First of all, let me apologize for the long silence since our last communication following the 61st class reunion last fall. 

This update of information is being written while Karen and I are in Grand Forks visiting my brother Dave and various other friends and family members.  

First, let me give you some positive news about our class activities.   About two weeks ago, prior to our trip to Grand Forks, my phone rang at home in Wyoming and I was greeted by Pat Budge, Diane Helgeson, and Don Rodningen.  Pat and Diane were visiting Don and Patty at their home in Minnesota and began talking about another class reunion.   As a result of their discussions, they decided to call me and see what my feelings were concerning a 65th reunion.   As you might expect, I am in favor of another reunion just as I have supported our previous gatherings.   After arriving in Grand Forks, Karen and I got together with Pat, Diane, and Glen Clayton to further explore our suggestions.   We all agreed that a brief one-day class reunion occurring in the fall of 2025 would likely be the best idea to explore at this time.   We used as a model for this plan several one-day reunions which were successfully organized by members of the Class of 1958.  I personally attended two of these 1958 reunions and found them to be well attended, easy to organize, and well accepted by those who attended.  We will be moving forward over the next several months with a more detail blueprint of our organizational plan.  Stay tuned!!!  We are open to any suggestions, ideas, or thoughts concerning having another reunion and the organization of such a gathering.  

On a sadder note, I recently was informed of the passing of another one of our classmates.   I received a call yesterday concerning the death of Bonnie Thoms.   Bonnie's brother, Rod Thoms, had been informed early in the day of his sister's passing and immediately contacted me so that I could get the word out to Bonnie's friends and classmates.   More details are available in the "In Memory" section of the website.

Stay safe, stay well, and above all, stay with us.

Dean Schroeder

Still Your President