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Kathie Boden
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Nancy Bodwell
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Konni Boken (Heaton)
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Mike Boley
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Judy Bolton (Jones)
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Jan Bordner
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Fred Bosco
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Hello, fellow Farmers!  Anyone who knew me in high school--I think Tom DeBelle and Dewitt Alexander knew me best--knew I was an accident waiting to happen.  I careened off from Wheat Ridge to ultimately graduate from the University of Denver with a B.A. in English in 1970.  By that time, I had begun the trend I had begun at Wheat Ridge which was to write and drink to excess.

Since graduating in '66, I have had numerous brushes with death and have also published widely.  In 2005 I published the first novel I wrote under my own name.  Called Forbidden Places: The Rock and Roll Novel, it is available at the Tattered Cover or through Amazon.  In New York I was a house hack for a publishing mill, turning out pulp novels under pseudonyms.

I have written for The Denver Post, The Rocky Mountain News, Westword and on and on.  My work has appeared in the New Yorker, Harper's, Rolling Stone and Reader's Digest, besides a few good anthologies.  Finally in 1986 after much catastrophic behavior, I quit drinking.  I am still the nerd I was at Wheat Ridge, now with facial and emotional scars come from what in high school was a terminal case of acne and maladjustment.

Whether or not I come to our reunion is still up in the air.  As it should be with a real writer, money is not abundantly mine, and I still suffer from acute social anxiety.  If you do not see me, just conclude that I have only aged without getting any older.  You can, after all, only be young once, but you can be immature all your life.

Best wishes for a great party.

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Richard Bowman
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Rocky Bowman
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I live in Albuquerque, NM.  Went to the Univ of N. Colo graduating in Geology. Earned my AF pilot wings in Enid, OK. Attended Okla City University, Peperdine Univ, and Webster Univ earning a degree in Acquisition and Contract Mgt. Flew in many parts of the world - Kamchatka Peninsula, Yellow Sea, Panama Canal, and the Amazon rainforest.  Spent way too much time away from home. Lived outside the US in Taiwan, Okinawa, United Kingdom, and Panama.  Worked 46yrs in the Dept of Def.  Retired military pilot, operational weapons tester, and cyberwarfare operational tester.  Wife, Pamela Wright Bowman (class of 67) divorced in 1998.  We're still close friends.  We have two children - Colter owns MojoCreator software development in Austin Tx, and Samantha is in Human Resources in Illinois.  I will see more of them now that I'm semi retired.  Hopefully can make the reunion.
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Valorie Bowser (Badding)
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 I retired from the banking industry 4 years ago after 36 years. I love to read sew and spend time in my garden. My husband Joe works for Tolins Mechanical his office is in Washington D.C. so he commutes weekly.  We enjoy our houseboat at Lake Powell several weeks during the summer and I fly to the east coast several times a year and Mexico. We have 2 married daughters and 2 married sons and 5 grandchildren ages 9 thru 2.
 My favorite high school memory was having a great time with all my friends and graduation.

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Dan Boyle
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Steve Braley
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Cathy Brattebo (White)
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Twenty-two years ago I accompanied my parents to their 50th reunion and thought, boy, these folks are old. Five years ago my husband and I went to his 50th and we thought, boy, these folks are old. Now it's our 50th, does that mean we are old? Surely not. While helping search for missing Farmers, in a fun conversation with Linda Adams Bugner, she asked a reasonable but shocking question,”What have you been doing for the last fifty years?"  It doesn't seem that long ago that we were strolling the halls of WRHS, but a half century somehow passed in the blink of an eye. We have been retired for a long time--Brian since 2004 and me since 1994, although we both worked part time after that. He did consulting and I did freelance writing. We decided early in our marriage to leave our big city jobs and very hectic lifestyle and move to small town U.S.A. in a stunningly beautiful part of Colorado. It was either do it then or wait until retirement and we have loved living in Montrose for the last 30 years. We embraced retirement from day one and were amazed at how quickly the days seemed to fill up with things both meaningful and meaningless. Even more shocking was how quickly our finely honed time management and multi-tasking skills vanished once they were no longer needed. Our kids and grandkids are happy and busy, scattered in Oregon, Arizona and Texas. Brian's mom and my parents are still alive and we are experiencing the sobering reality of taking responsibility for loved ones at the end of life. It is both a shock and a blessing as our parents suddenly become our children. It will be wonderful to see everyone at the reunion and reminisce. There were many fun times and and those pesky, not so fun times, like when your hair wouldn't go into that perfectly frozen flip or you didn't get asked to the dance. Or maybe your car wasn't cool enough or you didn't have one. Or you didn't make the team or you made the team and sat on the bench. Only as an adult can you appreciate that things that seemed so monumental then really are not so important when factored into the context of a life well lived. Time is the great equalizer and it waits for no one.  All of us have known great joy and tremendous heartache. Those experiences have made us who we are today.


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I am married with three grown children and one grandson. I retired from working in management about 10 years ago and now do freelance writing for local events, businesses and organizations. My husband, Brian, retired several years ago and we love traveling, doing volunteer work and enjoying life in beautiful western Colorado, our home for the last 20 years.
There are too many fun memories from high school to choose just one. Great pep rallies and games supporting our outstanding athletic teams; wonderful teachers, (although I may not have appreciated them at the time), like Mrs. Knudtson cracking the whip in Latin, Mr. Bolin in Biology, Mrs. Callas in French. Good friends to study or goof off with. The pride of being a Wheat Ridge Farmer.

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Lorraine Bridge
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Dave Briggs
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I had an auto mishap in 1971 with my wife, and I have been alone since.

Recall from brain injury has kept me on a different path, but there is  no room for wrath...this must be the plan of God.

Would like to see all of you but do not get out much...especially with no car!

Hope you are all doing well and have a great time!

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Dave Brock
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Charlie Brown
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It was fun to hang out with you guys from the nineteen fifties on. You saw me never win a ball game, but I continued playing baseball; I never flew my kite successfully, but I continued to try to fly a kite. Some saw this as admirable persistence; others called it self-defeating stubbornness. Oh well.
 
Pattie Brown (Dullea)
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TomR Brown
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I am the National Director for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for the National Veterans Wheelchair Games.  I currently conduct wheelchair games throughout the United States.  I have a wife, Susan, 3 children and 2 grand children.

My favorite memories at Wheatridge were playing in the band under Larry Wallace.

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