Now that the 35th Reunion is behind us, I want to thank my fellow committee members for all that was done to pull off this weekend of reconnecting with old friends and making new friends. Hoping everyone had a great time!
If anyone has photos of the reunion, let me know and we will work out a way to get them on the website.
P.S. I will be sending a survey to all of you to get feedback so we can start to plan the 40th! Yep....2018 here we come!!! Keep in touch with one another ;o)
Patti Plavets Ziegler, Kelley Fairall Fifer, Brad Weuve, Lori Jacobson Frederick, Steve Simons, Deb Hunt Oetker, Steve Steveson, Regina and Scott Smith, Beth Tichy Barnes, Lowell Crouse, Pat Whitmore, Eric Fisher.
Did you know???
14 states were represented this past weekend!
They are: Texas (5 classmates), Arizona (3), California (3) Kansas (3), Colorado (1), Michigan (1), Missouri (1), Nebraska (1), New Mexico (1), New York (1), Washington (1), Wisconsin (1) and Illinois (1) and Iowa (numbers to come)
Click the Reunion 2013 tab to see a link to two videos taken of Carl Giannetto's comedy act....my apologies for the low budget video but have enjoyed watching it again....hope you will too!
Terry R. O’Bryon, age 53, of Plano, Texas, passed away October 7, 2013, in Dallas, Texas. Terry was born July 1, 1960, in Waterloo, Iowa, to Donald and Nina (Son) O’Bryon. He married Kim Glenn on October 25, 1986, in Des Moines, Iowa. Terry was a technical consultant for Lennox Industries. Terry was an avid NASCAR and Sunday football fan, who especially enjoyed spending time with his family and friends.
He is survived by his wife, Kim O’Bryon of Plano, Texas; daughter, Trisha O’Bryon of Austin, Texas; son, Taylor O’Bryon of Plano, Texas; mother, Nina O’Bryon of Marshalltown, Iowa; sisters, Cindy Hass of Ankeny, Iowa and Pam O’Bryon of Des Moines, Iowa; and a host of other loving family and friends.
He was preceded in death by his father, Donald O’Bryon.
A memorial service will be held at 4:00 p.m., Friday, October 11, 2013, at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel in Allen, Texas.
Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or the charity of your choice.
notes from classmates........