Bonnie (Angus) Popoff
Barb Ballhorn
Terry James Casey
Karen Crandall Kalinka
Janette (Eliason) Anderson
Phyliss (Hay) Funk & Hank Funk (1961)
Derek Hoyle
Gayle Jackson Seim

Donna (Meyers) Cunningham
Patricia (Mills) Garn

Marjorie (Ochs) Snodgrass
Irene (Pluim) Dika

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Claire (Schettle) Verschaeve

Myrna (Schnee) Woytuck
Brian Switzer
Jeannie Wallis
Liz (Weiss) Ball
Lloy (Wilson) Keeling
Hetty (Herta) (Wuensch) Gaedke


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Bonnie (Angus) Popoff

After high school in 1964 I moved to Calgary. The move was mostly motivated by my relationship with my first husband.  I completed secretarial school and worked for The Calgary Tourist and Convention Association. I married in 1967 and shortly after made a move to Edmonton.  I worked with the Health Sciences Association of Alberta. We had two children and made moves to Claresholm and back to Calgary.

I remarried in 1979 and ended up back in Edmonton. If only I had a dollar for all the times I've travelled that number 2 highway.

Retired now and have spent around 8 years snow-birding in Arizona.  We are presently living in Kamloops B.C. My husband Jack and I have many wonderful grandchildren and travel frequently to Alberta.  Life has treated us very well! Looking forward to seeing all of you in August!

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Barb Ballhorn


After graduating I headed to U of Alberta and graduated 3 years later, in 1967, with my BSc in Home Economics. My plans were to be a Therapeutic Dietitian but that was short lived after working 2 summers at the Montreal General Hospital realizing very soon that I did not want to work with sick people who grumbled about hospital food.

I moved to Vancouver in 1967 to enroll in Teacher Education and taught HEc, Art and English until 1981.  In that time period I went on exchange teaching in England and taught elementary school in Kenya.  When I came back to Vancouver, I enrolled in Grad School at UBC and got a MA in Sociology and a MEd in Curriculum Studies.  I returned to the Burnaby School district where I worked in the classroom as well as administration until I retired in 2003. 

A day after retiring, I started a second career as an adjunct professor in the Education Faculty at UBC teaching and working with teacher candidates.  Because I live very close to the campus, it is very convenient to continue working part-time as a Faculty Advisor.  

I married in 1984 and have 1 son,1 stepdaughter and 2 grandsons.  My husband and I travel to Maui every winter and love living in this beautiful city of Vancouver but also enjoy our annual trip to Crystal Springs to visit the Alberta family. 

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Terry James Casey

September 6, 1945 – Wetaskiwin, Alberta- June 14, 2017 – Calgary, Alberta

It is with great sorrow that we announce that Terry died suddenly at home in Calgary. Terry was born in Wetaskiwin, and graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Education.  He went on to enjoy a teaching career that lasted over four decades.  He spent most of his teaching years in Drumheller, where he and Anne raised their family.  They retired to Calgary in 2010 to enjoy a rich cultural life, time with family and travel adventures.  Terry enjoyed his life very much, from curling with the ARC seniors in the winter, to hunting in the fall, to camping in the summer. He also loved the outdoors and making wine as a hobby, but his greatest pleasure was spending time with his family.  He was a real handyman, and was always in demand in the family for building projects and repairs.  Terry was a quiet, gentle, humble man; his kindness and generosity enriched many lives.  He will be greatly missed.  He leaves to mourn his wife and best friend of forty-two years, Anne Morgan; his son Evan (Candace); his daughter, Eirlys (Jason), and his six grandchildren, Jayden, Callum, Piran, Aled, Niav and Ariana. A Celebration of Terry's Life was held at Deer Park United Church in Calgary on Wednesday, June 21, 2017.  In living memory of Terry Casey, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park.

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Karen (Crandall) Kalinka

Where does one start the story of 50 years? My father drove me to Edmonton in September 1964 and left me at the University Hospital Nurses’ Residence with the words “when you have had enough, call me and I will come and get you”. That was enough incentive for me to stay and finish my three years of training. I fell madly in love with a Wetaskiwin boy and married Ken Nelson in my third year. We both attended U of A the following year, where I completed a diploma in public health.  After having two children, I returned to complete my BScN and then my Masters of Nursing at U of C. We lived in Calgary for eight years before returning to Edmonton.

My husband and I built Shalom Park Water Ski Park near Devon where we lived for almost 20 years.  I worked full time with Capital Health, Community Health Services, first as a frontline supervisor and then as part of the senior management team before retiring in 2006 after a heartbreaking divorce (38 years of marriage).

I moved into Edmonton and eventually took a position at Hope Mission in the inner city, working with alcoholics, addicts and the mentally ill. It was here I found my own healing. My skills were put to work setting up a Women’s Recovery program and then a Health Centre.  I worked at the mission for seven years. During some of these years, I travelled extensively with a nursing friend, visiting Australia, New Zealand, England, South Africa, Zambia, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Equador, Gallapagos Islands and then China before losing my friend to cancer. 

Life is a journey! Out of my grief and loss, I met a wonderful man and we married in 2015. I sold my house and moved to Airdrie, where we built our current home. Victor is still working part-time as a pharmacist and most of our free time is spent finishing the basement and the yard which are both nearing completion – not what most people our age do.

I have two children (son and daughter) and six grandchildren as well as four stepchildren and two step granddaughters. Vic and I are active in our church and our neighborhood and enjoy getting away for frequent vacations. Looking back, I am in awe as to how God protected me and walked with me through the hills and valleys of the past bringing me to this wonderful phase of my life. I look forward to re-connecting with the many people who shared the WCHS experience.

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Janette (Eliason) Anderson

After graduating I had one year at Briercrest Bible College in Saskatchewan before entering Nursing School at the U of A where I graduated in Feb 1969. I was married in December 1969 to a 4th year medical student . After David finished his medicine at U of A  he did a year of internship and a year of Pathology before we moved to Nanaimo BC. I worked as a Pediatric and a Recovery Room nurse  in AB for 3 years before our children were born. I retired from nursing but have been busy with volunteering in our church & community, playing competitive tennis for 10 years and now golfing for enjoyment. Our son, Cameron(44) and his family live in London ON where he has a tenured position at Western University in the Political Science Dept. Kimberly (42), who was born with Spina Bifida lives independently with her little Cuban Havanese dog  in a condo here in White Rock. We have recently moved from our home to live the condo life style in the centre of White Rock . We love the change and the freedom! My husband of 48 years is still working as a family Physician but is gradually slowing down. (2-3 days per week).

We have done a lot of travelling with our children when they were younger and now just the 2 of us. On our way this weekend from Miami to Barcelona on a transatlantic cruise, Bordeaux France in September and India in November. Our lives have been enriched as we experience different cultures and appreciate the diversity in our world. 

I'm not sure if I will be able to attend the reunion but wishing all of you a great time of remembering the "good 'ol days"! 

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Phyliss (Hay
) Funk & Hank Funk  (1961)

Hank left WCHS in 1960 and joined the Navy for a three year stint. We were married in 1966 and lived in the Edmonton area for the next eight years where we were blessed with two children (Julie 45 years old and Mat who is 43).  Hank apprenticed as a plumber/gas fitter during that time. In 1974 we made the move to Ft. McMurray which we called home for the next 33 years. Hank worked in the oilfield industry and I managed and worked as a financial planner with Investors Group. In 2007 we retired and relocated to Sherwood Park where we currently live. We have one five year old grandson who is the light of our life. A big thanks to all the reunion committees that have worked so hard to host this event.

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Derek Hoyle

  • 1964-1965 – Engineering UofA

  • 1966-1968 – Attended NAIT, Honours Diploma in Gas Technology, 4th Class Certificate, Power Engineering

  • 1968 – Married Alice Larson

  • 1968-1971 – Worked for Shell Canada

  • Making application to Governments for approvals to build and operate natural gas processing plants. 

  • Designing, specification writing and construction inspection of several natural gas processing plants including doubling the size of the Waterton Gas Plant, requiring me to work out of Ralph M. Parsons’ office in Los Angeles, while living in Santa Monica, CA – two blocks from the beach
  • Lived in Pincher Creek during construction of expanded Waterton Gas Plant
  • 1972-2007 – Owned and managed Hoyle Ready Mix in Wetaskiwin
  • 1973 – Son, Philip born – he is Manager of Public Works for the Town of Blackfalds – Two grandchildren, Owen born 2006, Kennedy born 2008
  • 1976 – Daughter, Victoria born – currently Project Manager for Long View Systems in Vancouver
  • 1982 – President of Wetaskiwin Kinsmen Club
  • 1992 – President of the Royal Canadian Legion #86, Wetaskiwin Branch
  • 1994-1996 – President of Western Canadian Independent Ready Mixed Concrete Producers Association
  • Two grandchildren: Owen Hoyle born 2006, Kennedy Hoyle born 2008
  • 2011 – Travelled to Antarctica on Russian Research Vessel; camped out on the Antarctic continent; swam in the Antarctic Ocean
  • 2013 – Travelled to the Arctic on the same Russian Research Vessel. Sailed the Northwest Passage and on to Greenland; starting in Cambridge Bay, ending at Kanerlassuaq, Greenland
  • 2007 to Present – living on a farm, running a small cow-calf operation south of Wetaskiwin

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Gayle (Jackson) Seim

I attended the "85" reunion. I did miss some classmates I had hoped to see and now sadly some have passed away!  My husband and I enjoyed the event and appreciated all the work that was involved to organize it!  Unfortunately, my husband, Larry, passed away in 2010. I was literally " swept off my feet" and onto the dance floor for my first dance lesson- many more to come as I married Larry in 1970!

Our son, Ryan, was born in 1976 and our daughter Lana in 1983.  We started a " travelling" dance school  travelling around Alberta teaching dance classes. We became a "dancing family".  Later, Ryan became our " Dancing DJ" !  He also had a DJ business in which I also assisted.

Then at age 31 he was diagnosed with heart failure and passed away at age 37 in 2014 !  Myself and Lana were devastated!  We are trying to move on with "precious memories" of some wonderful "dreams of the past"!  I  have always been a "country girl" and have lived mostly in the country since 1970 -- now with my  cat collection!

The " best " to everyone-- especially those who remember me !  Love to hear from you !   <gayleseim@gmail.com>

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Donna (Meyers) Cunningham

After graduating in 1964 I worked as a secretary in various offices, first in Wetaskiwin, then Calgary, briefly Creston, and ending up in Kamloops, B.C.

I met and married my first husband in Kamloops, had a daughter, (Angela), in 1977, divorced and remarried in 1985. I settled into my secretarial position at Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops and stayed there until I retired in 2002 after 28 years.

My husband Bob and I have become snowbirds, heading to Arizona for the winters for the last 17 years.

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Patricia (Mills) Garn

The years:   (wow there are lots of them!)
The sixties....high school.... Edmonton.....love & marriage ...babies (2) 
The seventies....move to Toronto ....baby number # 3....
York University (History and English)
The eighties....moves to Victoria, Winnipeg, Vancouver, Calgary.
Attended U Victoria (Theatre Program),  U of Winnipeg (Theatre (set design),
Vancouver: Capilano University (2 year studio art diploma)..Emily Carr University (3DDesign)
The nineties.....U of Calgary ( Classics and Philosophy, Italian, Latin, )
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2003 to present:  Medicine Hat, continue to learn... taking courses at Medicine Hat College ...(History of Art...History of Design...History of Mathematics...which led to a two year foray into algebra and calculus courses.  Currently taking an English course with plans to pick up more math courses.
Working Life:
Visual Presentation Specialist for The Bay in both the downtown Edmonton and Vancouver stores in the 60's and 80's.
Art Department..movies and commercials in Calgary and Edmonton late 1990's and early 2000's.
These days:
I have a studio in an old church that I share with 3 local artists ......currently working on a show (paintings and drawings)
Always going to school....learning!
I live with my husband of 50 years, our dog and cat, in a very old house on a leafy street in the middle of Medicine Hat.  Our 3 children and 4 grandchildren all live in Vancouver and area.
I am looking forward to the reunion and seeing everyone. Btw...Peter will be coming with me!

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Marjorie (Ochs) Snodgrass

"Life is too short to be boring"  1964 Chronicles
     True words  as I can  say that I have been very rarely bored in my life.

In 1966 I transferred with the CIBC to Calgary.   I grew tired of banking so took a job as a bookkeeper at an insurance company.  In 1967, I married Larry Snodgrass therefore making High River my home. I then worked for Foothills School Division main office and as a traveling school secretary.  In 1968 my brother Dennis came to live with us bringing a lot of fun to our lives.  In 1969, our family grew with the birth of our son Phillip and then again in 1972 with the birth of our daughter Lee Anne.  I was a stay at home Mom until both kidlets were in school when I  began working at Spitzee Elementary School Library.  I felt I had finally found my niche, however, the fates had other plans for me.  Over the years I had on occasion assisted at our family owned Funeral Home so with the passing of Larry's partner and brother in 1987, I found myself working there full time.  In 1989 I was licensed as a Funeral Director which was the beginning of a challenging, demanding and personally rewarding career.  I was pleased to work with community resources in order to  bring after care to the families we served. I semi-retired in 2012 and am enjoying working on retirement .

 We have been truly blessed to have our family, Phil & Karen Lynn, our grandsons Reid & Kade, daughter Lee Anne and granddaughter Jorja always nearby working together in the Funeral Homes, Parklawn Granite and the family farm. It has been a privilege to watch them all  grow and achieve .

So looking forward to the reunion to become re-acquainted with former school mates, to share memories and to laugh a lot!  

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Irene (Pluim) Dika

Following graduation, I moved to Edmonton and attended McTavish Business College. After completing the course in 1965, I began working for AGT as a service rep. In 1968 I married Ron and continued working for AGT until 1972 when our first son Stephen, was born. After Kevin was born in 1976 we decided to move back to Wetaskiwin where I continue to live.  I have worked at a variety of jobs which include working several years for an accounting firm during tax season as well as temporary replacement at several different law firms in Wetaskiwin, an automotive parts store, a Civil Enforcement Agency and finally for the City of Wetaskiwin until I retired in 2011.  After I retired, I started a small home based business preparing tax returns for seniors and low income families. 
 

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Gladys (Posein) Rix

Married to Arden Posein

Have 3 children, 4 grandchildren, 2 step grandchildren.

Married 51 years, now retired.

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Neil Roberts

I live in Edmonton in an old house with two cats named Eos and Ate.  Ate is of course a most mischievous cat.  My passion is neurology which I practice full time, but I do have time for the things.

I bike both winter and summer. One must be cautious so I use studded tires in winter. There's also hiking in summer, kayaking here and there, skiing, and the occasional hike.  Travel is a source of joy, entertainment, and education.

Sadly my great childhood friend, Terry Casey died last week. I was going out with him and his wife Anne Morgan the following Sunday for Father's Day. He was a man of great humility and a  dear friend.

I'm looking forward to meeting my classmates

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Percy Roth

 We married in 1965 so it's been a long time but still seems somehow like a few weeks have passed!!!  Our family consists of 3 children, 6 grandpeople and 1 great grandperson. I spent my working life in retail sales, the last 42 years in the floor-covering industry.  Mir also worked in retail full time and part time, and did a very good job of first being home with the kids.  Being a mother first was very important to her and us and I think it paid off.  We lived in a few different locations; London, Ontario, Red Deer, Edmonton, Calmar, Killam, Bawlf, and finally retired to St.Albert in 2013.  We had lived on acreages usually so transitioning to an urban lifestyle took some adjusting.  One thing I've had to come to realize is if the Bluejays haven't called me up by now maybe they think I'm too old!! I am still ready and willing to go anyway! Have fun at the reunion. 

Sadly, Percy passed away in December, 2019.

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Larry Rupert

It has been an excellent adventure since 1964.

Work wise; I was with the Co-op Retail System in the Edmonton area for 20 years, followed by 21 years at the Co-op in Saskatoon. I worked in various capacities, but spent the last 20 years as Regional Manager at Federated Co-op in Saskatoon.  I retired in 2005 after 41 years of service.

My family is large by today's standards with 4 sons, 1 daughter, 6 grandchildren, 2 step grandchildren and 1 great grandson.

My wife Nancy, of 35 years, passed away in 2012.  Since then, a family friend, Lynne Ansbro, who also lost her spouse, and I have become life partners. I moved from Saskatoon to Genelle, B.C., near Trail, in 2015 to be with Lynne.

We are quite busy with yard and family during the summer and spend winters in Yuma, Arizona.

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Claire (Schettle) Verschaeve

After High School I graduated from Nursing in 1967.  I worked for awhile, quit to be home with our girls, took refresher, back to UAH till I was too old to do 12-hour nights.  Started doing life insurance medicals, an enjoyable, easy, no-stress, flexible job which I still do and plan to continue as long as I am mobile.  In September we will be celebrating our 50-Year reunion as “The Golden Girls”.  So much fun!

Got married in 1967 (Bob), have 2 daughters (Debbie-47 and Desiree-41), & 2 grandchildren (Gracie-8 and Luke-6).  I see my grandkids often as I need them to help me use my new phone.  I hear "Oh, Gramma---" often, so I decided to just use my phone to make and receive phone calls.  For 44 years I have lived on 3 acres near Sherwood Park doing the farm thing with chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, pygmy goats, pet rabbits and hamsters, cats and dogs.  Most of these have gone to animal heaven except 3 cats and old Brutus, our billy goat, who doubles as my garburator.  Gardening isn’t my thing and I finally realized that Safeway sells veggies so I turned my garden into a Saskatoon orchard.  Oh, the pies!  Avon called and I was a ding-dong lady for 35 years.  Made lots of friends and loved it.  I am a scrap-booker and love reading travel magazines.  On that note, I have had a few great trips.  I took a helicopter to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.  Camped at Yellowstone, worked at Yellowknife.  Walked all over New York and loved it.  How does a farm girl love New York!  Got lost in St. Mark’s Cathedral in Venice.  Walked on the Great Wall of China and cruised the Yangtze.  Walked down the steps of the Eiffel Tower and had sore leg muscles for 3 days.  That is one BIG tower!  Toured the catacombs in the tunnels beneath Paris.  6,000,000 skeletons line the tunnel walls.  I’m one of few people who have slept in a hotel room at the top of a huge crane in Amsterdam.  Google the Crane Hotel.  I think the designer/builder must have been smoking something.  I toured Flanders Fields in Belgium and am sobered by the sacrifices made in WW1.  Nov 11 will never be the same and I now faithfully attend the Remembrance Day ceremonies.  Being interested in geneology, I went to Romania and met 11 relatives we didn’t know about.  Incredible!  3 other cruises, 2 Caribbean and Mexican Riviera.  With Bob being a runner we have visited several Canadian and US cities with his 12 marathons.  I’m not a runner, just the photographer at the finish line.  My religion is going for coffee and lunch with my girlfriends.  We ‘Girls-of-Gwynne’ get together regularly.  It’s such a special group as we have known each other for over 65 years.  A group of nursing classmates get together regularly, having spent 5 years making a beautiful quilt from our old nursing uniforms.  It’s now on display in the Nursing Heritage Room on campus.  I also lunch with a few high school friends, and a dwindling group of now-aging Avon Rep friends.  I often visit an old friend in Sherwood Park who will be 107 in Sept.  Still in her own house.  Hopefully there will be a good turnout of classmates from 1964 at the reunion.  I remember many of you from our classes and it would be nice to see you again.

 Thanks to – Myrna Woytuck for nudging me to write this, and to the reunion committee for all your work in bringing us together.   

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Myrna (Schnee) Woytuck 

1964-65 graduated Certified Nursing Assistant. Then employed at Ponoka, and Edmonton hospitals.

1966- married my English 30 teacher! (We celebrated 50 years July 2016.) 1968, 1970 births of our 2 sons.

My main focus through their early years was being a full time mom.

We are not world travellers, but keep busy gardening, crafting, touring beautiful Alberta, etc. Retirement is busy- never boring. Health and life is good. We continue to live in Olds- an hour from the prairies to the east, and an hour from the mountains to the west.

 
Walt Woytuck Teacher WCHS (1963-1967)

English, Lit., Sociology, Social Studies
1966- married Myrna Schnee
1967- moved to Olds.

Olds College Instructor for 27 years - Business, Technical Writing, and Public Speaking, (subjects students disliked the most! ) Over the years involved in numerous activities related to education, outdoors, and nature.  Retirement continues to be busy--blue bird box trail, woodcraft, gardening, caring for God's wonderful creation.

A lifetime of good times and interesting stories.....

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Brian Switzer

It is with much sadness that we announce the passing of a classmate and friend, father, grandfather and brother, Brian Harold Switzer in September, 2018.  He was 72.  Brian is survived by his loving family: three sons, several grandchildren, his brother Dick and sister Cathy, as well as many nieces and nephews. 

Over the years, as many of  you know, he had a variety of experiences:

Farmed - 40 years

Drywaller and concreter finisher - 6 years

Worked at both Wetaskiwin funeral homes - 8 years

Sheriff’s officer - 8 years

Worked for a spindle factory, installing house and stair railings - 4 years

Working at Home Hardware for more than 16 years

 

 

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Jeannie Wallis

Living a quiet life with my companions
-- canine "Sable" & feline "Heaven" on the portfolios.


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Liz (Weiss) Ball

Ah, if only one had the time or audience, to share all those amazing life experiences up to now…  Graduated WCHS, went to UofA faculty of education, boring – bitten by wanderlust, so hit the road and travelled the globe, returning to various points in Canada for work and money, and love, then off again, until 1977 when my son was born in Dawson City, YT.  Returned to UofA 1983, completed my [previously begun] undergrad in 1985, continued studies to earn an M. Library Science in 1987.  Love this profession.  Had several short librarian contracts, then 12 years in Terrace with Northwest West Community College (along the Highway of Tears), followed by 7 years with Selkirk College (West Kootenays -- Castlegar, Nelson, etc.), then moved to Sidney-by-the-Salish-Sea, to a change in lifestyle and part-time work at UVic Libraries.  Recently retired, and have been trying to figure out what’s next…  Enjoy having 3 siblings living nearby for the first time since high school.  My son and family, 2 grandsons, live in Whitehorse, so I still own a down coat and Sorels despite living in Canada’s warmest zone.  Life has been great, and interesting… thus far.  Looking forward to more!

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Lloy (Wilson) Keeling

I  graduated from the University of Alberta Hospital School of Nursing in 1968 and worked in Edmonton and Wetaskiwin for several years.  Tired of putting up with Alberta winters, I immigrated to California where I have lived since 1979.  We live in Redlands, which is in S. California about 45 miles west of Palm Springs. 

My passion was Operating Room nursing and I held many different types of OR jobs (staff nurse, nurse manager, part-time) in both main ORs and Outpatient Surgery settings.  After working for Loma Linda University Hospital for 23 years, I retired in 2014 after surgery for back problems.

My husband, Russ, is retired from the US Air Force.  We have traveled extensively and have visited every continent except Antarctica.  We now plan to start seeing the rest of North America with our little motorhome. 

Together we have 3 children; Michelle and Kathleen live in Portland, OR, and son Greg and wife Susan live in Newport Beach which, fortunately, is near enough for frequent visits to see them and our two granddaughters, ages 6 and 2.

I was sorry to miss the last reunion, but am hoping to be able to attend the one in 2020. 

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Hetty (Herta) (Wuensch) Gaedke

In 1963 I started working at the old Cancer Clinic, then moved to the new Cross Cancer Institute in 1968.  I worked in various departments and in 1973 I moved to what would later become the Dept. of Epidemiology.  At this point I attended the U of A part-time and eventually became an analyst, working with the Alberta Cancer Registry database.  When I retired in September 2010, I had worked there for 47 years to the day. 

Over the years I travelled as much as possible and have been to various countries in Europe, Hawaii (20 plus times) and various other parts of the USA, Australia, New Zealand and Mexico.  My first cruise was over 30 years ago on the Rhine before river cruises were popular, and since have cruised in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean.  Although I have been from coast to coast, there are still many places in Canada I would like to visit.  My wish list includes Haida Gwaii, more of the Maritime Provinces, and also the Cook Islands and Great Britain. 

I have been blessed with good health and wonderful siblings. We have travelled together and they have graciously shared their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren with me.

I am looking forward to the reunion in August.

 

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