Alumni Sandstorm ~ 06/13/05
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5 Bombers sent stuff and 1 Bomber funeral notice today:
Richard Roberts ('49), Dave Rhodes ('52WB)
Carol Carson ('60),  Lynn-Marie Hatcher ('68)
Mike Davis ('74)
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>>From: Richard Roberts ('49)

To: Marilyn DeVine Dow (52)

Hi, Marilyn, actually, Carol Tyner Roberts ('52) and I were not in
Death Valley, we were in the Carrizo Plains, east of the coastal
range in San Luis Obispo County. A fellow by the name of Chuck
Holtz ('55) was in Death Valley and took that beautiful picture.
It's a classic. What a contrast, the Mojave Desert and where you
live, Alaska, both unique and beautiful in their own way.

Bomber cheers, 
-Richard Roberts ('49)
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>>From: Dave Rhodes ('52WB)

Re: All Bomber Luncheon ~ 06/12/05

Those of you Bombers who live in the Tri-Cities area missed out on
a really great time at the luncheon that we had on Sunday in West
Richland. Hopefully more of you will attend next month.

-Dave Rhodes ('52WB)
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>>From: Carol Carson Renaud ('60)

To: Patti Mathis Wheeler ('60)
Re: Viet Nam Wall
 
I identified with your post about the Viet Nam Wall. I visited the
one in Washington D.C. while there on business several years ago.
While I did not lose a family member or friend in Viet Nam, I had
the same experience when I walked up to the wall. I, too, had 
to find a bench and sit down. Fortunately my weeping was not a
solitary experience... there were many around me doing the same.
What an emotional experience and one that I am glad I experienced.
I hope the youngsters coming behind us will learn about our wars
and never forget to honor those who have secured our freedoms and
the freedoms of countless people around the globe.

-Carol Carson Renaud ('60) ~ Shoreline, WA - where the weather 
             can't make up its mind whether to rain or shine.
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>>From: Lynn-Marie Hatcher Peashka ('68)

To: Irene de la Bretonne Hays ('61)

So happy to read the news of your son, Michael's band getting 
this kind of exposure! Hope that the many Bombers local to the 
Tri-Cities will be able to show up in major support of him.

Also, congratulations to you (as his Mother, you DO deserve some
credit you know!) and him for his award as

"Best Blues Drummer in the Inland Empire".

I do wish I could be there to hear him play  but I will be only
two days from my move to Idaho for my first Psych NP job  so my
body (if not my heart) will belong to packing boxes at that point!

Namaste, my friend. 
Lynn-Marie (Morgan to you) Hatcher Peashka ('68) ~ In Spokane, but 
                   not for much longer!
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>>From: Mike Davis ('74)

I'm leaving for Missouri this Friday. I plan on taking I-84 all the
way to Ogden, Utah and catch I-80 there across southern Wyoming.
I'm wondering if anyone is familiar with Hwy. 30 from Pocatello
connecting with I-80 just this side of Rock Springs, WY. Looks like
I could save some time by taking Hwy. 30 to catch I-80 instead of
going all the way to Ogden.

Anybody know what kind of road Hwy. 30 is?

-Mike Davis ('74)
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Funeral Notice scanned from the TCHerald
by Shirley Collings Haskins ('66)

>>Dana Fishback ('92) ~ 9/20/73 - 6/8/05

http://funeralnotices.tripod.com/
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That's it for today. Please send more.
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