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5/16/02
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PHS Alumni On-Line
May 16, 2002
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10 Bulldog notes today:
Marlene Hansen Bryson (57)
Janet Janes Wolf (58)
Sherry Brickey Pond (58)
Dave Demitruk (63)
Jim Pope (66)
Rick Sandquist (66)
Le'Ann McAllister Cherry (67)
Ray Weber (72)
Kevin Williams (77)
Heather Poll Bradshaw (91)

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From: Marlene Hansen Bryson (57)

  What a great idea! Nona (Warren) Janes passed her PHS alumni e-mails to me a few days ago much to my delight. I have often wondered where everyone calls home now days, & what they've been up to all these years. I really enjoy reading about other's memories (& escapades!) of good ol' Pasco High.
  I, too, attended kindergarten through 12th grade in Pasco, (with the exception of 3rd to 6th grade in Kennewick) & have fond memories of those years, & my classmates. I remember my mother walking me back to kindergarten, after I ran home, because Bobby Greenwell "scared" me, in class. It wasn't funny then, but it is now. Jr. High at the old navy base, the "sweet shop" in downtown Pasco, when 20th avenue used to be Chase Street you can tell when you are talking to an old-timer when they know what you mean when you mention Avenue "C" remembering riding the school bus & past Wattenburger's house, which was "in the country" then.

  Please add my name to your subscription list. I'm looking forward to receiving news of all my former classmates & friends.

Marlene Hansen Bryson (57)
Kennewick, WA
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From: Sherry Brickey Pond (58)

To Marcia Meyers:
  What ever happened to your sister Sally and do you know anything else about any of the other Struthers boys? I use to baby-sit the younger ones.

Sherry Brickey Pond (58)
Burbank, WA
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From: Janet Janes Wolf (58)

Note to Paul:
  Thanks again for your work on this site. I've heard from several old friends and the brother of another. Thanks too for looking out for us related to the privacy issue. I have no objection to posting the names and classes of subscribers.

  All the memories of Col. Gregson brought up a few of my own. I don't recall ever skipping school (my folks would have killed me), but when I was a senior and nearing graduation, one of the first nice, sunny days was too much for me ... and about 10 of my friends. We piled in the car (probably Valerie Eby's - few of us had cars back then) and drove to Wallula, where there used to be a lake and sand dunes, and spent the day sunbathing. We all showed up at school the next day with varying excuses, but identical sunburns. I have never had a worse burn - all I could wear to bed that night was Noxema! Anyway, Mr. Gregson must have been somewhat amused because none of us received any punishment - except being called into his office and having to try to explain our very lame excuses. He was a great man and a positive influence on many.

Janet Janes Wolf (58)
Nine Mile Falls, WA
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From: Dave Demitruk (63)

Re: listing alumni e-mail addresses on-line:
  A great idea, but is there any way it can be done, say with an access code to the list, and only give the access number to subscribers, and let those without the access code access the list by 1) getting the code from another alumni, 2) getting the code from one or two designated "guards" of the access number or something so the perverts and mass mail-types can't abuse the site? I would love to get on the list, if Sandra Green hasn't put me on yet, but not at the expense of getting a lot of unsolicited garbage emails.

Dave Demitruk (63)
Russell, OH
[Passwords might provide some security, but I need to keep this simple - for me. I'll plan to only put name, class year, and city, state, & country of those who have provided that info. - Paul]
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From: Jim Pope (66)

  This is Jim Pope (66). Janice Ling is my sister. I now live with my wife of 26 years, Lorrie, just outside Nashville, TN. I am retired doing a lot of fishing, hunting, travel, and golf.

Jim Pope (66)
Nashville, TN
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From: Rick Sandquist (66)

Paul,
  Your internet privacy policy is fair and responsible. I appreciate the interest you display in keeping things available but not putting them out so that we get inundated with junk mail.
  I have no problem if you wish to use my location in connection with the list of alumni from 1966.

Regards,

Rick Sandquist (66)
Swedesboro, NJ
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From: Le'Ann McAllister Cherry (67)

  Sounds like a super idea to have a list of names and new addresses of former friends. I sure don't have a problem with it. Thanks for asking.

Le'Ann McAllister Cherry (67)
Kennewick, WA
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From: Ray Weber (72)

Paul,
  Please put this information on the website for our reunion.

Friday, August 16th

When: 6:30pm till ???
Where: Pasco West Coast Hotel
What: Casual get together, NO Host bar and appetizers.

Saturday, August 17th

When: Morning
What: Co-ed Golf
Contact: Chuck Moddrell @ [contact PHS Alumni On-Line for Chuck's phone number]

When: 3 pm
What: Tour Pasco High School

When: 6 till Midnight
What: Dinner, Socializing and Dancing
Where: Pasco West Coast Hotel

Sunday, August 18th

When: 11 am
What: Picnic
Where: Chiawana Park

Contact Ray Weber [contact PHS Alumni On-Line for Ray's phone number] for more information on the Pasco Senior High Class Of 1972 Reunion.

Thanks,

Ray Weber (72)
Kennewick, WA
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From: Kevin Williams (77)

Hello PHS Alumni!
  I was happy to find this online program for alumni. I married a Bomber (not to worry, my kids are being raised Bulldogs!) and she gets the Bomber Sandstorm so it will be nice to see some Bulldog stuff!

Class of `77 rules!

Kevin Williams (77)
Pasco, WA
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From: Heather Poll Bradshaw (91)

Hello Bulldogs!
  Ten years have come and gone and unfortunately I missed our big reunion. Most of my family consists of alumni: Don Goulet (61), David Goulet (84) and Christopher Poll (94). All is well with the Goulet, Poll, Damon, and Bradshaw clan. Don is definitely ready for retirement the "old goat" is truly feeling his age now, but what a Grandpa he is a sucker for everything. David, wife, and 3 boys are still here, too, and they are so busy I can't even keep up with their schedule. Christopher and wife are expecting their first child in August, supposedly a girl. They live in Utah and anyone interested in contacting him (or Don or David) can send an email to me. As for me, I am (still) going to school and working at Battelle. A never-ending story there I have the great honor in working with Kentin Alford (won't he love that line?) in my new position.

  Keep supporting the new stadium - they can use all the help they can get. Keep your eyes open to see how many alumni are wearing the new Nike "Air Pasco" in June.

Heather Poll Bradshaw (91)
Pasco, WA
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