JEANNE (MORRISSEY) THOMAS: After graduating I went to Presentation, there were six of us from Mitchell. We did manage
to get called into the Dean once or twice. After graduating Mary Carey and I taught in Phillip, I am sure she remembers that
year. I was married in ’67 and had four children Julie, Tom, Casey and Michael. I finished my BA at Dakota Wesleyan
and spent about fifteen years working in group care with adolescents. During this time I helped to set up and license group
care on the Cheyenne River Reservation.
I now have four grandchildren who I get to spend some time with. Eric and Julie live in Denver and have Dillon and Taylar.
Tom and Beth are in Rapid City and have Connor who starts first grade this year; Casey and Raechelle live in Orlando and have
Sariah who is 20 months. Michael is in Rapid City and likes being an uncle. Thanks to everyone who organized the reunion,
it will be a lot of fun.
JEAN ANN (OBEREMBT) THOMPSON: I am a graduate of Hairstyling Academy 1965. I married in 1965 and moved to Germany.
Our daughter Terri Lynn was born in 1968. I have been in Hernando, MS since 1977. My first husband died of a heart attack
in 1978. I remarried on August 21, 1998 and have a grandson, Ben.
I worked for Fed Express for ten years and like to show quarter horses.
DARREL HOHN: Hi everyone, I am still in Mitchell. I was married for a portion of my life and divorced in 1987. I have
two sons, Jim and Tim. Tim is a very good pool player. Jim and I have a drywall and stucco business. I raced motorcycles
for twenty-five years, But you know it really started hurting, when I went down, also Diane made me quit. Jim is still into
racing. July 18th, he took first, in a two-hour enduro race, in Renner, S.D.
Diane is the love of my life. We have been together for thirteen years. Diane has two daughters, Taunia, who lives in California,
Mo. and Glenn who lives in Mitchell and does child car. We have six grandchildren between us. They are all a joy. We have
three into go-cart racing, two also into hockey. The oldest girl is into barrel racing. The youngest whom is four, is just
hanging around, waiting his turn. We also still do our car shows. We show our 32 Chevy five-window coup, the 63 corvette and
the 66 GTO with a 421. We do have fun, when we get time. Don Young and I have the corner on the silver hair thing. Looking
forward to seeing you all at Don's
TIM MCENTEE: After High School I served 3 years in the US Army in the Medical Corp. I served two years in Okinawa and
Vietnam, and my final year was spent in Ft. Carson, Co. When my tour was over in 1967, I went to work for a Consulting Engineering
Firm, Martin & Associates, here in Mitchell.
I married Delores Petula of Kimball, SD. We will celebrate our 35th anniversary this fall. We have two grown sons. Jason is
married to Adrienne Powers of Pierre, SD. He recently received his Ph.D. from the U of Kentucky and is an assistant professor
in the English Dept. at SDSU in Brookings, SD. He is also a published author. Quenton is married to Toni Kenzy of Iona, SD.
He received his PharmD from SDSU, and he is the Chief Pharmacist at Lewis Southgate in Sioux Falls, SD.
Dee retired earlier this year from the Dept. of Social Services after 25 years of service. As for myself, I had been employed
at M & A for 35 years. In August of 2002 five of my co-workers and I started a new engineering company, Vantage Point Solutions
(www.vantagepnt.com). It has been an exciting challenge, and retirement for me is a few years away now
I enjoy golfing and hunting. We’ve also spent a lot of time helping our son, Quenton and his wife, with their hunting
lodge in Lyman County (www.traxxhunting.com). We are looking forward to spending some time in Arizona this winter.
JIM TYSDAL: After graduation from HS I attended SDSU for two years and graduated from DWU in Mitchell with a B.A. Degree.
Within 5 days of graduation I had an appointment with Uncle Sam which was under duress. I served two years in the USN and
was discharged in May of '71. My service fortunately was not in Viet Nam but rather San Diego and San Francisco. It probably
would be most interesting to my classmates that my rank was that of Chaplain's Assistant mostly due to my exemplary Catholic
education. Following my Service experience I returned to Mitchell where I recuperated for about 3 months and then my parents
forcefully suggested that I get a job.
In 1971 I began working as a Rehabilitation Counselor at Redfield State Hospital and School. It was there that I met my
dearly beloved Mary whom I've been married to for 31 years. We then moved to Sioux Falls where I continued to work as a Rehabilitation
Counselor working with disabled young adults. While in Sioux Falls I got my M.A. Degree from SDSU in Counseling. I worked
for approximately 10 years and decided I needed more of an entrepreneurial challenge so I went into the Taco John Franchise
business. We opened our restaurant in Appleton, WI in 1981 and have been in business ever since. Through the years we had
three girls and two grandsons. Our joy is spending time at our lake home just one hour north of us in the northern WI woods.
This is our little piece of heaven where we can enjoy our children and grandchildren as well as recharge our batteries.
I also like to work out at the gym where I make every effort to beat back the forces of time. I am looking forward to catching
up with everyone who will be at the reunion.
KEN AXEMAKER: After graduating from Notre Dame, I attended Northern in Aberdeen where I met Carol, my future wife.
I graduated with a teaching degree in 1969. Looking for a new adventure, I accepted a teaching position at Adak Island in
the Aleutians. Carol and I were married in the summer of 1970 and returned to Adak, Alaska for what was meant to be a short
stay, and will soon be 35 years! We moved to Anchorage in 1974 and started our family in 1975. The first child was our son
Chandler, followed by two daughters, Shana and Lacey. We moved to Wasilla in 1977 where I taught special education and distance
education before retiring in 1999.
Our son, Chandler, attended Collins College in Phoenix to become a graphic designer and is in business with his father-in-law
at the Sign Source in Wasilla. He married Sarah in 1997 and they gave us our first grandchild, Liam, a year ago. Our oldest
daughter, Shana, graduated from Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington in 2002 with a degree in Spanish.
She continues to live in Bellingham and works for the International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE). Our youngest
daughter, Lacey, is currently a student at the Portland Art Institute, also studying graphic design. She is absent from the
Mt. McKinley picture as she was away at school. Lacey will graduate in 2006 and hopes to follow in her brother’s footsteps.
She lives and goes to school in downtown Portland and finds the city a wonderful change after growing up in Wasilla, Alaska
I have just recently gone back to work for Sign Source as a handyman and will probably continue working there part time
until Carol is ready to retire from her accounting position with the school district. After Carol retires, we plan to travel,
especially during the winter as we seek a warmer climate.
JIM MAYER: After graduating from ND, I attended South Dakota State U. Restlessness got the better of me and I left
at the end of my junior year to move to Baltimore, Maryland. Completed my undergraduate work at The Johns Hopkins University
with a B.S. in business. Got married-had three children, Christine (a CPA and married), Katie (a property manager and also
married) and Jeff (sophomore at U. of Md.). Became interested in law while taking a business law course at Hopkins so law
school was my next step after Hopkins. Graduated from the University of Maryland law school in 1975 and practiced in Baltimore
until 1979. I opened my own practice in Columbia, Maryland, in 1984. I have remained solo, with associates, since then.
I was divorced in 1988 and married again in 1989 to Susan. We have a daughter, Elizabeth, who is now 7 1/2 years old.
Susan is an author with a new book with Berkeley Prime Crime (a division of Penguin Books), entitled, The Belles of Solace
Glen, under her pen name-Susan S. James. She is under contract for two more and is working hard on the sequels. We now live
in Ellicott City, Maryland on the fringe of a 1700’s mill town. Together Susan and I enjoy jazz, travel, dining out,
raising Elizabeth, Orioles baseball, college sports and being with our family, church and friends. My hobbies, when I get
the time, are photography, fishing and history.
SHERRIL (HOHN) BLAIR: After a year of college at Northern State, I moved to Omaha, Nebraska. There, I met my husband,
Jim, while working as secretary to the administrator of a local hospital. In 1966 Jim and I married and will celebrate our
38th anniversary on the 23rd of July. Our daughter, Barbie, was born in 1970 and was 1 1/2 years old when we were moved to
Seattle, Washington, because of Jim's transfer with Procter & Gamble. We transferred again in 1973 to the Memphis area where
we found our "home". I began a real estate career in 1977 and remain very active . I am a life member of the Multi-Million
Dollar Club of the Memphis Area Association of Realtors and have served on the Board of Governors of that organization. My
husband, Jim, retired from Procter & Gamble in June of 2000 after over 31 years of service. He then got his real estate license
and we continue to build our business as a "team". Our plans are to continue to reside in Germantown which is a suburb community.
We are currently building a new home in the area.
Our daughter and husband, Tim Witt, reside in West Bloomfield, Michigan. Barbie works for Procter & Gamble and Tim is
with Ford Motor Company. Tim is from Green Bay, Wisconsin, so Packer football is one of our obsessions. We also enjoy domestic
and foreign travel and have been going to Europe yearly. Other things I enjoy are gardening, water color painting, and playing
with our schnauzer puppy, Molly. Of course, my favorite thing to do is to be with family.
STEPHANIE (TINAN) LONNQUIST: Hello to everyone! I so wish I could attend the reunion, but I have a work-related commitment.
After graduating from “good ole” Notre Dame, I graduated from the University of Nebraska with a BS in English.
I returned to Mitchell for two years and taught at “good ole” Notre Dame because my mother died from cancer just
before I graduated from college. I had a contract to teach in California, but did not want to leave my dad, Fred Tinan, alone,
so I taught at our alma mater. What a great experience. It was both strange and fun to be on the other side with some of our
former teachers. For instance, Mrs. Lahey scared me to death as a student, but was a riot as a fellow teacher! She had a wicked
sense of humor!
I returned to Lincoln, Nebraska and taught high school English. I wanted to stay close to Dad and I could get him tickets
to University of Nebraska football games. He and Mom sent five daughters to that university (They should have given him the
tickets!). I met my husband, John Lonnquist, who was in law school at the time. He is also a graduate of Nebraska, but I did
not know him. He worked for four years in New York and South America for New York City bank before returning for law school.
We were married in July of 1971 and moved to Denver the next year.
I began teaching at a high school in Littleton, Colorado. I taught until the birth of our daughter, Kirsten. After ten
years home with the children, I returned to teaching and earned a Masters in English/Education.
We have two children: Kirsten and Sean are both graduates of the University of Colorado at Boulder. Kirsten majored in
Communications and Mediation. Currently, she works for the Rouse Company that owns a large retail property in the Denver area.
She is their marketing and special events coordinator. She works with the tenants, media, security, etc. She helped CBS with
their casting call for “Survivor” last week, organized an “American Idol” casting call last year and
heard hundreds of contestants give their “all” with the microphone. She said she had a headache for three days
following the event!
Sean graduated with a Spanish/Business major. As part of his major, he attended the University of Costa Rica for a semester
and took all of his classes in Spanish. He will be attending Duke University Law School this fall. After graduating, he worked
at the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. He nearly froze to death up on the mountain, but loved the experience of seeing
such great athletes. He was a substitute teacher for two years between college and law school. He often taught Spanish classes.
My husband John is an attorney and has his own practice. He practiced for a firm when we first moved to Denver, then joined
a corporation, and returned to private practice several years ago.
I returned to teaching when the children were in elementary school.
I wish I could have seen all of you, but look forward to reading the updates. Have a great time!
MARY (ROZUM) WALENTA: I married Dan Walenta on September 2, 1967. We have three children and three grandchildren. Our
oldest daughter lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Our other daughter lives in Floral Mound, Texas. Our son lives in Redondo
Dan is a CPA and has his own firm. I am a finance manager and like reading, crafts, and games. I will not be able to attend
MARY (CRELLY) NESS: I am married to Jim Ness. We have five children - Michelle, Dan, Eric, Angie and Darin and also
have four grandchildren.
I am part time Executive Secretary for the Rotary Club. I like to walk, work out, shop and spend time with our grandchildren.
We are looking for a house in Sioux Falls and will move the end of July.
TOM QUINN: I have a partner - Melinda Grant
I am interested in mycology, as the two roads diverge in the yellow wood, and the nice bean rows I will plant there and
the hive for the honeybee on the lake island I may inhabit, when I retire, home and free. With all apologies to RF and WBY
MARY LYNN (CAREY) KENTCH : Married Ed, school teacher, 3 girls, Carrie Lynn, Teresa Marie, and Kelli Jo
I work in private nursing and will be at the reunion.
DAVID BOEHNEN: I graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1968 and from Cornell University Law School in 1971.
I married Shari Bauhs Boehnen in 1969, and we have three daughters, Lesley Boehnen Casillas, Michelle Boehnen and Heather
Boehnen. We are proud grandparents of Sofia Isabel, age 2, and Alejandro David, 6 weeks. I have been with SUPERVALU INC.
in Minneapolis since 1991 and currently am Executive Vice President with responsibility for mergers and acquisitions, real
estate and store development, market analysis, Internet strategy and legal affairs. Prior to that, I was a partner at Dorsey
& Whitney in Minneapolis.
I serve on the board of directors of ATS Medical, Inc., the board of trustees of The Minneapolis Institute of Arts and
board of governors of the University of St. Thomas Law School. I also serve on the advisory council of the University of
Notre Dames Art and Letters College and am a former member of the board of directors of Catholic Charities of the Archdioceses
of St. Paul and Minneapolis. In my spare time, I enjoy getting out on the golf course and, of course, pheasant hunting in
Mitchell in the fall.
NICOLAI NIKKI BRIERE LEWIS: Forty years! Retired classmates! What is this? It has been a fascinating journey so
far but we have a lot of good miles left to go.
Looking back: graduation from the University of Minnesota (BA cum laude); 33-year career (so far) with NSP, now Xcel Energy;
second marriage to Ron Lewis in 1982; extensive overseas travel most recently to Egypt; 13 years of filling our dream home
with art, antiques, friends and cats; rewarding volunteer work for the Minneapolis Institute of Arts; service to Plymouth
Congregational Church as a deacon, trustee, Treasurer and Fine Arts Board member, and always, continuing eclectic education.
Coming next: more of the above!
A few thoughts . . . Utilities are not dull places to work. I began with nuclear energy, worked through computerization,
restructuring (on a regular basis), and survived mergers. As Managing Director, Corporate Risk Management, I struggled with
Enron, the California energy crisis and the NRG bankruptcy. Governance is the new buzzword so I will spend the next few years
as Managing Director, Policy Alignment & Compliance, aka corporate cop.
Ron is my great joy, followed closely by Sammy the Fur Person. Ron is a private investor and expert in small company turnarounds.
His true love is the amateur sports car circuit, where he is a Porsche driver of some repute. As for me, I dabble in cooking,
gardening and decorative arts. I collect antique jewelry on a very small scale and try to avoid athletic activity. My volunteer
work is important to me and of course I will be a fashion maven until I die.
I am sorry not to be with you all and especially with Carol Grant this fortieth summer. Thanks for the great website and
everyones stories. We have done well.
MARILYN BOYLE WINN:I retired from an airline after 36 years. In December of 2002, I married Dale Winn who is into custom
gunstocks, is a gunsmith and a retired heavy equipment operator. I have 3 daughters and 8 grandchildren. Dale has 1 daughter
and 6 granddaughters.
My hobbies: Fishing, hunting, hiking, rebuilding old chests, trunks, garaging, shooting, cooking, etc. My Job: Garden, lawn,
weeds (God's in charge of flowers and seeds, And I'm in charge of all the weeds.....) I traveled many countries, worked in
Washington, Maine, Oklahoma, New York, Chicago, Alaska.
Day after graduation hitchhiked across the country, spent a few months in Utah, a few in Nevada, then on to California.
Missed getting to college on time so on to Omaha, hooked up with Corky and Michele. Got kicked out of first apartment for
laughing all night. Sherril and Carol joined us, moved into a house. Then Carol joined me after a few years to travel/move
to Miami/Ft. Lauderdale for the next year. Left Carol there and moved to Nevada.
I've been so fortunate to travel by plane and car to all states, meeting and learning. Therefore, my degree in the human
Doug Martinek: I married Carol Oster on July 20, 1968. We have three children, Robert, Jennifer and Michele. I joined
the SD Army National Guard 147th Army Band after high school. I
retired from the guards with 29 years of service. I have worked at John
Morrells for the last 35 years and I am looking forward to retirement within
the next two years.
Carol and I enjoy spending time with our grandchildren. Rob and Shelly are
expecting their first in Sept. Jennifer has Dylan, who was our first
grandchild. Michele and Terry have Shelby and Zach. They have been living
with us since April 2003. Terry has been on active duty with the Reserves
in CO. since Jan. 2003. As you can see, we really enjoy having the little ones
around. We enjoy traveling and hope to do more of that in the near future after
retirement. I look forward to seeing everyone at the reunion.
MARYLINE PEACOCK: I graduated from Mount Marty College in Yankton, SD, with a BA in education. I taught one year at
Saint Mary's in Dell Rapids, SD, and have been teaching in the Wilmot School District in Wilmot, SD for 35 years. Here in
Wilmot, I have been teaching fifth grade and also sixth grade science. I have seen the second generation of my students come
through my classroom and third generation little ones that I will never know.
I am retiring this year, but low teacher pay leaves low retirement pay, so am not looking on living too high and wild.
I recently met a man and fell in very deeply in love with him, we plan to marry soon, and now I know what all that "love"
"stuff" fuss is all about! Better late than never!
I hope to come to the reunion this summer to see long ago but not forgotten classmates. I wish you all well and good fortunes.
STEPHAN LANGENFELD: After two years at the College of St. Thomas I transferred to Northern State College (now University),
where I rec'd my undergraduate and masters degrees. I later rec'd. my doctorate from the University of South Dakota and have
been working as a psychologist in Sioux Falls for about 20 years. I've been married twice (Do I have the record on this?)
and am currently unattached. I have two children: Graham (28) and Stephanie (26). I enjoy my work and spend much of my free
time out of doors, e.g. hiking, working in the yard; and traveling when I can. My pet peeves include computers, weak coffee,
and people who retire early. Am looking forward to the reunion.
LINDA KRUSE: I went to SDSU in 64-65 but socialized too much so I flunked out. I joined the Army to get more college
to be an officer and served in 65-66 before serious school-car accident. In 1976, right before I learned how to walk again,
I went back to college at the University of Minnesota. I graduated in 1980, worked, married, 5yrs. Had a 2nd brain injury,
was hospitalized a long time, and after care in Mitchell, divorced, returned to Mpls in 1988, volunteered at various places,
Childrens floors at the University of Minnesota hospital, nannied for a lawyer for 12 yrs and I am doing some work in gerontology
at the present time. Recipient of an honest to God miracle thru Mary and now I am singing joyfully at the Basilica of St.
Mary. Plans for the future: get to Germany and meet in person my foreign relatives and to devise a way for cats to learn the
CORRINE SULLIVAN LEIDHOLT: I was married to Dan Wiebe in Aug of 1967. Lived in Aberdeen while he was in college, moved
to Pierre in 1971. I had 3 boys, TJ, and twins Troy and Trevor. Was divorced in 1980 and married Jerry Leidholt in 1983.
He has two sons Ken and Ron. I worked for the City of Pierre for 23 years and retired in April of 2003. I have 6 step grandchildren
and seven grandchildren from my boys. TJ and Jamie just had a set of twin girls April 1. Trevor and Amber have a baby on
the way, it is due in Dec. The boys have been busy. TJ is the only one who lives out of town, Northfield MN.
Jerry and I have a motor home and we love to travel with it. Spent some time this winter in McAllen TX. We also have
a spot at Spring Creek resort and spend most of the summer on Lake Oahe. I am learning to golf and love to fish. Come
KAY HEMMER SHAFER: After graduation I attended PRESENTATION COLLEGE for a year, then married GARY LEE SHAFER Sept 3,
1965 at Holy Family Catholic Church. We have lived in Mitchell all our lives.
In 1970 we purchased the family business SHAFER MEMORIALS on Main Street. Gary & I are the 4th generation of Shafers,
with our oldest daughter, Kimberly Kay (Shafer) SWANK, we are currently in our 5th generation. We built a new office addition
to the south part of our home and previous office complex in 1999. Gary and I have both learned to do our work on computers,
but would have thrown them out the window by now if it wasn't for our Patient & Talented Daughter, Kim to assist with our
computer problems. We design monuments on the computer, engrave them in our shop on Main Street, and place them at the cemetery
& other sites. After the Memorial Day rush we park our 5th wheel camper & boat at Cedar Resort Campground in Chamberlain and
leave it there for a few months, and drive to & from the office & campground during this time for some much needed rest. We
also get to know & enjoy our 4 daughters and their families, as they all live in the Mitchell & Sioux Falls areas, as they
all come and go from their homes & the campground too. We have Eleven grandchildren, from ages 19 to 4 years this 2004. During
the winter we attend almost every basketball game at the Corn Palace for MHS & DWU, & we are set in our ways. SAME SEATS..each
game with several friends, plus have taken winter vacations a cruise to Hawaii, Mexico, Las Vegas..and more. Kim married Rick
Swank, has three boys, & lives in Mitchell; Tammy married Russell Bies, has a boy & a girl & lives in Tea; Angela married
Darrell Renken, has a girl & a boy, Dawn married Tony Martin, has 2 little girls, and a step-son, & a step-daughter. Gary
and I invite everyone to COME & see us at the OFFICE/HOME or CAMPGROUND.
Our office is at 1023 North Main Street Mitchell, SD 57301-1351 (605-996-3115) E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. View our
JANE LAUFENBERG STEIN:After leaving Mitchell in June of 1963 I moved to Stevens Point, Wisconsin. I graduated from
Maria High School and attended Wisconsin State University at Stevens Point. I graduated from there with a degree in Kindergarten-Primary
Education and a minor in library science. At college I met my husband Roger and we married on August 26,1967 and moved to
New Hampshire where I taught and he worked at Boston University's outdoor education camp. After one year there we moved to
DeKalb Illinois where I taught second grade and Roger got his master's. In Sept of ' 69 we moved to Minnesota. Roger joined
the staff at Lowry Nature Center and I began my 25 years of teaching at Chanhassen Elementary. I quit in ' 94 to be a part
time (20 hours a week) librarian for Hennepin County Library. Roger is now retired and I'm still working at the library in
My memories of Notre Dame are: Margaret Mauer and I skipping school, going roller skating, swimming at Lake Mitchell, "spudnuts"
after mass, counting money after Sunday mass, singing in the choir, copying the dictionary for talking in class, going to
Howard with Corrine Sullivan, Corn Palace Week, Jim Tysdale's motor scooter, working at Kiner's Drive Inn and the A&W, Marilyn
Boyle's slumber party, boy/girl parties etc. etc. The memories just keep coming...Can't wait to renew "old" friendships and
see you all!
DONALD YOUNG: Don graduated from Dakota Wesleyan University in 1968 and served two years in the United States Army.
He married Barbara Ellwein on June 12, 1971. They have three grown children: Amy and husband, Charles Barr, Sioux Falls, SD;
Jay Young and wife Kelly, Ocean Springs, MS; and Andrew Young of Ladera Ranch, CA. They also have two grandchildren, Andrew
and Kathryn Barr of Sioux Falls. Don worked for Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Central South Dakota for 32 years. He retired from
the soft drink business in February of 2001. Since his retirement, Don and Barb have traveled extensively. Don has served
as treasurer of the Mitchell Quarterback Club for more years than he can remember and is active in Pheasant Country of Mitchell.
During the summer months, Don can be found out on his little piece of Heaven northwest of Mt. Vernon cultivating 5,000 trees
with his restored 1945 Ford tractor. During hunting season he guides hunters nearly every day. Don thoroughly enjoys retirement
and highly recommends it.
JUDY CRAWFORD LANGE: I graduated from college from DWU in 1968 and traveled in Europe for a year before I started my
career in Wisconsin as a social worker. In 1975, I received my Masters in Social Work from University of Honolulu. After working
as a social worker for 32 years I retired from the Appleton Public Schools in June 2003. Since then I traveled to Cuba and
am involved in volunteer work caring for infant triplets. I am married for 29 years and have two sons who are in college.
I enjoy traveling, cooking and staying active. More recently, I am working, doing adoption studies for an International adoption
STEVE KAPPENMAN: I have enjoyed nearly 30 years with New York Life and Nyliac Securities. Shalley teaches 7th grade
English, and we spend most of our travel time visiting our girls and our new son. Our last daughter graduated in December.
I've advised them they don't have to send money home because having the last one out of college is like winning the lottery!
Nikki and Kristin live in Phoenix and Kara and Grayson are in St. Louis. No grandchildren yet and no intention of retiring
but the class reunion should give me the opportunity to find out how the other half lives. Let's see if you grandparents/retirees
can change my mind!
MICHAEL SEBASTIAN: I am a graduate of St. Johns University in Collegeville, MN and the University of South Dakota School
of Law. I practiced law in Kimball, SD from 1971 2001. I then sold my law practice and moved to Sioux Falls. I enjoy golf,
travel and still do some legal work. Retirement has been very busy. Marlene and I have been married 35 years this August.
Our son, Dave lives in Sioux Falls. Our daughter, Megan lives in Omaha with her husband, Adrian Wright and their one-year-old
It is hard to believe it has been 40 years since we graduated. We look forward to seeing as many classmates as possible.