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PSYCHOLOGIST Married 3 2021-12-04 18:22:04
Robert Miller
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Minister Married 3 2021-07-22 20:42:27
Nancy Chancellor (Smith)
Retired Married 2 2021-05-25 12:33:42
Since our 40th reunion, I have retired from the State of Idaho after working for the Department of Labor for 42 years plus.  Jerry and I are doing well, we will celebrate our 48th anniversary in December.   I am very involved with Pet Haven Inc (a cat rescue/adoption shelter) and Jerry is still working part time for the County Courthouse (he just can't get out of the law enforcement field).  Our boys live locally and are doing fine.  I still ride horses, love to read and am in the process of learning to quilt.  I look forward to seeing everyone at the reunion.
Wendy Chandler (Schneider)
retired Married 5 2021-05-24 19:28:53

After graduation, I attended Ricks College, (now BYU Idaho), in Rexburg, Idaho.
I took a one year business course and came home to take a job that worked out of Vallivue High School.  It was a federally funded program serving 7 school districts in the area.  I married Bruce Schneider, who graduated from Vallivue High School in 1971.   Bruce worked at the UPFE until they closed down, and then I worked at the Canyon County Court Annex in Nampa for a couple of years.  We then left and moved to Sacramento, California, for a few years for work.   We are still there.   
While still in Idaho we had 3 children, Paul, Marc and Katrina. In California we had 2 more, Emily and Alex.  They and their families are our everything.  Right now, everyone is living in the Sacramento area.  We have been blessed with 11 gandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.  
Bruce worked for Lady Lee Dairy for 5 years on a swing shift and I worked some odd jobs, to stay home with our children.   As our old boys hit the teenage years, we decided that dad was needed at home when the kids were home, so he took another job with the Sacramento City Street Division to work days.  He retired as a supervisor in 2016.  I started working in medical offices and soon took the role of office manager for several years.   I left Internal Medicine to work at an oncology office with a wonderful doctor.  I worked there 12 years and then had to step away as it was getting too hard to loose people.   One year after I left there, my husband was diagnosed with Stage 3 Colon Cancer.   He made it through radiation, chemotherapy, surgery and more chemotherapy.   He is now 6 years cancer free .Our kids did the typical kid things, sports and scouting.  We camped and fished when we could.   We spent most vacations coming back to visit family.
I have continually been active in my church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.  I love teaching children.
I retired 4 years ago.  We weren't sure what we wanted to do.   We did some work on our house, to sell it if that's what we dicided.   We ended up moving into a 5th wheel RV and have been traveling around th US for the past 3 years.   
Our youngest son and his family moved into our house for 2 years to save money for their own home, and when he was able to do that, our youngest daughter and husband moved in for 2 years.   We have seen some beautiful country.  Our favorite places are the ones the that are least traveled.
Bruce and I both love fishing.   He always catches more than I do.   One day, I caught a 6 and a 7 pound black bass.   It was an awesome day.
We have remained down home people and are loving it.  We will keep traveling until we can decide where we want to stop.  Bruce wants to come back to Idaho,  I want to be near my kids.  Only time will tell.
Jan Williams (Hiatt)
retired Married 1 2021-05-14 16:07:32

I retired from St. Alphonsus in 2015 after 26 years. My husband Jim and I go to Lake Havasu AZ every winter for 6 months. We have been going there for 5 years now. We own a lot in Lake Havasu RV Resort and we very much enjoy spending time there. It is always great to come home to Boise though. 
Jerald Williams
retired Married 2 2021-05-11 18:08:50
SInce the last reunion I have moved back to Idaho. About 3 years ago I got tired of the politics of california and convinced my wife we should move back to Idaho and she agreed.  My wife and I both retired in 2014 . We have been traveling around the westeren United stated seeing alot of wonderful things. But with the covid it has put a stop to that for now. We will try to get back on the road this fall to visit the grand kids. Hope to see you at the reunion. 
William Frost
Retired Married 9 2021-05-04 22:18:43
We moved back to Nampa in 2007 after nearly 30 years in Eagle and 3 years in Idaho Falls. I had my own business at that time, working all over Oregon, southern Idaho and Montana. We kept our property in Eagle on the river, it's impossible to replace it, especially now. 
My wife of nearly 43 years, Mona, passed away in 2017. In 2018 I was introduced to this cute little widow, Grace Celentano, that lived less than a mile from my home. We both had been care givers for our spouses for years. We married in March of '18. We actually eloped, and have been all over the US, parts of Canada and a month in Ireland. Covid kept us from Europe last summer. So we built a big red barn on our Eagle Ranch. It was fun.
Together we have 9 children, most of them live in Nampa or Caldwell. One son and his family live in Donnelly and own Frost Cabins. If you've rented a vrbo in McCall you've probably used his company. One Daughter lives on the coast of Oregon near Bandon , with her family.
'Grace had been a US postal carrier around Nampa for years, she was retired when we met. It didn't take her long to convince me that I should sell my business and enjoy life. However I started another sort of business. I had acres of trees so I bought a sawmill and enjoy making lumber in my spare time. In the big red barn.
We try to use our atv's one day a week spring, summer and fall, and look for new trails or check on old favorites. 
We are also active in our church and community so not too much dust collects on our vehicles.
All in all our health is great, have no debt, we live in a wonderful area, have many nice friends and none of our kids have moved back home, yes life is good. We have been blessed.
Norman Williams
FBI Special Agent (retired) Married 8 2021-04-17 06:54:20
Following high school I attended Brigham Young University’(BYU) before serving a two year mission to the Netherlands for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. After my mission I returned to BYU. Following college I worked a few years for the Boise Police Department as a police officer before again returning to BYU for additional education. I then fulfilled my childhood dream of becoming a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). While on an overseas assignment for the Bureau I was approached by a senior official of another U.S. intelligence agency and was invited to join that agency upon retiring from the Bureau. After twenty five years with the Bureau I retired and continue working with the new “company.” Along the way I met the most wonderful and patient girl. She knew what was my dream career, that it would require a number of moves, a lot of travel and she still agreed to marry me. We have been blessed with eight children and fifteen grandchildren. This summer we will become great grandparents. We have been blessed with good health and enjoy many outdoor activities. We continue to enjoy traveling, however getting together with the whole family at reunions and holidays brings us the greatest joy and happiness.
Roberta Kondo
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Retired elementary school teacher Single Again 2 4 grandchildren 2021-08-06 13:23:53
I am now back in Nampa living with my Mom and keeping an eye on her, although I don't know who is taking care of who sometimes.  We lost my Dad to Lou Gehrig's Disease in January 2010.  I have been divorced since 2004 and moved from Philadelphia. I lived in the Seattle area for over 22 years. We moved to Philadelphia area and lived there for about 18 years. Then when my Dad fell and needed his hip replaced, I came back to Nampa. He developed ALS and I ended up staying in Nampa. 

I have two terrific kids, ages 40 and 37 years old.  Ryan is a doctor in radiology who attended Temple University and did his specialty at Johns Hopkins. He is married to Shannon who is a lawyer and now a stay at home Mom, but works for the county to insure voting is secure. She was appointed as an auditor and is extremely active in voter rights.  

They have two lovely daughters, Sabrina, 7 years old and Isabel, 4 years old. And of course they are smart, talented and adorable!

Megan is a graphic artist working at a start up graphics art company based in the Altanta area and she does free lance graphics for Axios.

Megan, her husband, Mat and their twins, Henry and Winry, 7 years old, have recently moved to St Louis.  Henry is named after my Dad. The twins are active, smart, talented and, yes, adorable!

Megan still works for Uber Prints but works remotely from St. Louis. Mat is a design artist that works for an international plastic company. He does plastic container design and has worked on design projects for Disney, Johnson and Johnson, Playtex and other renowned companies. 

Happy to report that my kids, their spouses, my grandkids and I are wonderfully nerdy and love anything to do with science, the environment, space and Legos!

I previously worked as a Medical Technologist at Mercy Hospital.  We moved in 1976 to Seattle and lived there for almost 22 yrs. 

I went back to school and earned a teaching degree in Elementary Ed. in 1991 at the Univ. of Washington in Seattle.  I taught in the Northshore School district for years in the Settle area, and a Quaker school in Philadelphia. I have also taught as a Title One Educational Assistant in the Vallivue School Dist. and an after school tutor in the Nampa School District. I retired in 2012.

This past 18 months, during the pandemic, I have been bedridden with severe vertigo and black out spells but can now walk and have been going to physical therapy. Hopefully, I will be able to dance at the 50th reunion! I gained over 67 pounds during the pandemic due to inactivity associated with the vertigo and the sedative medication I have to take for it, but have lost over 50 pounds. Almost back to where I started! Getting old is the pits! Lol! Still have my sense of humor, thank goodness!

I usually love nature walks, gardening, houseplants, knitting, crocheting, doing Origami and Kirigami, cooking, embroidery, sewing, flower arrangements, painting, pottery and all kinds of crafting. I love to read, go to movies (prior to COVID-19), theater, museums and concerts. Used to play golf and even got a hole-in-one and have gotten two scores of 300 in bowling. I also play pool, swim and love to gather with friends and family for game nights and just to have fun. My vertigo has greatly impacted my activities as of late, but it's not going to keep me from trying! Lol! And I give my kids and grandkids credit for keeping me on my toes! They are my loves and wouldn't know what to do without them! 

Ruth Lubcke (Volkert)
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Retirement Benefits Analyst Married 3 2021-07-30 22:29:43
I married my wonderful husband in 1972.  We have 3 children and 2 grandchildren.  We are both retired and live just outside Middleton on 2 acres.

My love for quilting keeps me very busy.  I quilt mostly for Project Linus which provides quilts for children in crisis and emergency situations.

So thankful for all the blessings received.  
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