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Mary Collinson (Shakleton)
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John Connell
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Don Cook
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  After Skagit Valley College I enlisted in the Air Force for a 4 year tour.  I attained the rank of SSgt. in charge of Air Crew Deployment during the Vietnam War.  I was also selected to shoot on the Air Force Pistol Team and later took charge of the Honor Guard from Baker Oregon to Redding California while stationed at Mountain Home AFB Idaho.  After my discharge I worked for Georgia-Pacific, Bellingham Operation in several positions finally retiring in 2005 with 38 years’ combined service with military time, as a Safety Coordinator for the VPP OSHA Star Program.  I have held several Board of Director Positions; and remain President of the BOD for WestEdge CU in Bellingam and the Friends of the Burlington Library.  I have been married to my wife Peggy for 44 years and have 3 children and 6 grand-children.  We moved to Burlington after my retirement to assist my parents as they aged.  Now that they have both passed we find we like the area and plan to stay for at least the near-term future.  It has been exciting to reacquaint with many of you on Facebook, allowing me to at least put a face with the name.  Best Wishes to all of you as we grow close to celebrating our 50 year reunion.

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Don (K) Cook
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Paula Covert (Keitges)
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My husband and I live in Skagit County, we have 6 children together, a total of 10 grand children, and 4 great grand children. We are snowbirds and have been since l995. We have enjoyed RV traveling for many years before we became snowbirds. Until 2008 we the US, mostly in the 16 western states. Since 2008 we have made a perminent place in Casa Grande, Az. during the Winters and Spring, Summer  

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Kathi Crafton (Donnelly)
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Hi everybody,
A very quick synopsis of the last 50 years: SVC for 2 years, TWA and international flying for 20 years, married, retirement, divorce, ASU and graduation 1991.  Began "The Pet Spa" in 1992, centered around 20+ years of dog training/handling. Healthy and happy except for MS.  No complaints. Love my life and marvelous husband of  18 yrs, (together 25 years) Mike. MS developed into secondary progressive and became my permanent residential teacher of personal growth (& humor). I had plane tickets and reservations for the reunion, but "life got in the way. "  I will miss seeing you, but must make the "mature" choice and not travel right now.  (Boo, hiss!)   I hope a marvelous time is had by all… I will be with you, in spirit. Loving greetings to all! 
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Pam Crawford
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Julie Crim (O'Neal)
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After graduation I moved to Seattle to attend beauty school. While there I married and we had our first son.  My husband worked for Boeing/Renton at the time but was transfered to the 747 plant in Everett.  We moved to Langley, southern Whidbey Island, where we had our second son. After living there for 3 yrs. my husband took a job with the ARCO oil refinery in Ferndale, WA. We moved to Whatcom county: first Bellingham, then Lynden, then back to Bellingham.  We divorced (friendly) in 1985 after 20 yrs of marriage. 

I worked at the Whatcom County Humane Society for 12 years. I left there to work for the CAC (Community Alcohol Center) which later was purchased by St. Joseph Hospital so they could offer an outpatient treatment program for alcoholism/addiction. I was with them from 1987 to 1996. I took a 3 year retreat from Bellingham and went to work for Forks Community Hospital from 1996 to 1999 and lived in Port Angeles.  I resigned that position in 1999; sold almost everything and moved into my VW camper bus to follow my folks to Alaska - I would tell people I was semi-retired or homeless - it depended on the day. This was actually my 4th trip up the Alaska Hwy.  I love it.

Upon my return to Bellingham I returned to work for St. Joseph Hospital as a Unit Coordinator for the Recovery Center Inpatient Program.  During this time my sister became a divorced woman and in between jobs so, since our parents lived in Bellingham,  we decided to pool our financial resources and bought a house together.  We our now in our second house and it's 16 years later. We haven't killed each other - yet.

I  retired in March 2014 and Deb will retired July 2015.  We love to do road trips and already have our first "retired" trip planned. We are going to Skagway, AK. We'll go up the Cassiar Hwy. Much prettier scenery.  We have graduated from my VW camper to a 27' Class C motorhome. My sis told me "self-contained" meant a little more than using a coffee can as the potty.  Who knew?

I enjoy working out in our yard and see myself as a poor man's landscaper. I'm finally learning what's a weed and what's a flower or shrub. If the sun is shining you can bet I'm outside. Many times it might even be cloudy or even raining, afterall, we do live in the Pacific Northwest. I also enjoy photography and just puttering around with differnet projects.  Being ADHD, I usually have six to ten or more things going at once.

The one thing I love the most is taking care of my canine "kids":  two Miniature Schnauzers and my sister's Cairn Terrier.  My two are rescues and Debbie's is a Nosework dog.  They are all 11 years old and they require some minor healthcare from time to time.  My traveling first aid kit is a rather large toolbox in which 95% of it is canine and 5% is for humans. Our kids go with us everywhere.  If I could afford it, I would have many, many more four-footed kids. My family says I'm 90% dog and they call me when one of theirs has a minor problem.

I am very blessed, with a sister that can stand living with me, a house and grounds we both just love, dogs all around me and being able to do pretty much what I want.  Life is good.  I look forward to our 50th Class Reunion - Go Bulldogs! 




 
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Donna Dahl (Dahms)
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Dale Davidson
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