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Laura Vredenburgh (Van Houweling)
BS Education, MSW Married 2
I have been living in the Iowa City area since 1977, living in Charlottesville, VA prior to that.  I have been married for 38 years to Bruce and we will be retiring in June.  Our 27 yr. old son lives in Des Moines and our 25 year old daughter in Seattle.  Send Laura a MessageSend Laura a Message
Linda (Lyn) Lanier (Vespa)
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July 07, 1951 Judicial Admin. Asst. Married 2

Always Remember:  I'm nice!!!
Hugs to you & a happy day, too!!!
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Ira Waldschmidt
Accountant Married 2

Living in Georgia for the past 30 years & lovin it - I sure don't miss the winters in Illinois. Two kids 28 & 24, but no grandkids (yet). Looking forward to seeing everyone at the 40th reunion. If you're ever in the Atlanta area, give me a call & bwe'll get together - open invitation.

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David Wand
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September 30, 1951 Retired from HP Married 3
My wife, Donna and I now live south of Omaha, NE on Beaver Lake. I retired on Sept 1, 2012 from 38 years with HP and we sold our Dallas, Texas home and moved back closer to family. We enjoy the summers here on the lake and Sundays in the fall at the KC Chiefs games plus go to lots of Nebaska Cornhusker Football games too. I now have the best job and office view as I am a "Professional Fishing Guide" 6 months out of the year on beautiful Lake Texoma, TX catching lots of big Striped Bass!
We have "kids" in 3 locations - Kansas City (Joe -35), Eugene, OR (Andy 33) and Omaha (Ryan 26).  I enjoy staying in touch with many of you via Facebook and email. We are looking forward to the 50 year reunion in 2019... hope see you all there!
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Emil Wang
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trying to decide Married 3
Moved to the San Francisco area after school at Princeton and, except for a short time in London, have been here ever since. Went to grad school at Stanford, first in engineering and then business school. Worked as a seismic engineer for a while. (very topical out here) But then switched to working in high tech companies for the last 25 years. Started my own company. Participated in the dot com boom (fun), and then the bust (painful). Just sold the last company and trying to figure out what to do now. A wife, 3 kids, a cat and a dog. She's a nurse at Stanford. One son graduated from Dartmouth and is looking for a job. Another son at Duke (and sooo into basketball) and the youngest daughter just started at Univ of Oregon. Send Emil a MessageSend Emil a Message
Bonnie Hinds (Wellman)
July 04, 1951 retired/ volunteer Married 3
Been married for almost 40 years, have 3 amazing girls, one in Ventura CA, one in Tucson, AZ and one in Houston AZ. I have 4 granddaughters age 6,5,4 and 1 plus a grandson who is almost 3 months. We've moved 11 times since we were married, including 6 years in Indonesia, and have retired to Mesa, AZ after 6 yrs. in Hawaii. I know--"why would you leave Hawaii to go to Mesa?" In a word--Grandchildren! Our whole family lives on this continent for the first time in 10 years. Hawaii was great, but the grandchildren are greater! "Grandmaitis" hit me hard and I now spend a good portion of my time with them. Send Bonnie a MessageSend Bonnie a Message
Don Wetekam
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University Program Chair Married 4
I’ve retired twice – 34 years with the Air Force and 11 years in the commercial aviation industry.  I’m now on to  career #3,  serving as Exec. in Residence at the Univ. of Oklahoma Engineering College and also working for the OK Dept. of Commerce promoting the state’s aerospace industry. So I’m busier than I thought I would be at this point of my life, but enjoying it all immensely.  My wife Sheri and I have four kids and six grandkids, soon to be seven.   Our primary home is in Oklahoma City but we also enjoy spending as much free time as we can muster on the Hiwassee River in East TN.    
 
In my spare time, I still enjoy running (albeit a lot slower), reading, and tinkering with a couple old sports cars.  While I haven’t had any ties to Peoria since 1969 (I left for the AF Academy two weeks after high school graduation), I have enjoyed seeing so many of you at the last few reunions and am looking forward to the 50th.  
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Mary Henningsen (Whitledge)
Marketing Manager for HomeInstead Senior Care (retired from Caterpillar in 2009 and started new 
career Feb 1)
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Kudos to the planning team!  What a great website.  Send Mary a MessageSend Mary a Message
Mary Henningsen (Whitledge)
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July 04, 1951 retired Single
Hello classmates!  I can't believe 50 years ago we were just graduated and looking forward to our path into adulthood/college/work.  I'm retired now ... from Caterpillar which took me around the world three times working with Caterpillar Dealers.  It was my third career ... first was a hairdresser ... second working in politics ... then on to big yellow.  I did a decompress after Cat for HomeInstead Senior Care.  Then retired for real.  Am now the Visual Worship Leader at my church, a dedicated volunteer to the family selection/support process at Habitat for Humanity and I help rescue Cairn Terriers.  My dogs love me. Life is GOOD!  God is GREAT! Retirement is the bomb.   Send Mary a MessageSend Mary a Message
Deb Humphrey (Wilhelm)
Retired Married 1

July 2019: I've been married for 47 years to Bill, my college sweetheart. We have one wonderful son, a lovely daughter-in-law, and two beautiful grandchildren (ages 6 and 4). 

We’ve lived in the Chicago area for all but 2 of the last 47 years. I retired from my Medicare administration career (medical policy and data analytics) and consulting work in early 2017 and am loving every minute  of my freedom. These days, you’ll find me dabbling in watercolors, playing my piano, traveling now and then, and enjoying my grandkids.  Life really doesn’t get any better than this!

Wishing everyone a wonderful rest-of-summer until we meet again in the fall.

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