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Linda Bryant (Hungerford)
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Russell Bulloch
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Greg Bundy
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Patricia Burke
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Kathy Burkholder
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Vicki Byers (Anderson)
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2015 - After living in Golden for working and grandparenting through this year,
Vicki will move to beautiful Elephant Butte, N.M. for retirement- BK
Shirley Caldwell (Henry-Lowe)
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After 36 years as a public school teacher, administrator, counselor and staff developer, I retired....for 49 days.  I am now a part time instructor at the University of Northern Colorado in the Department of Education.  My husband, Don, is also a retired educator who teaches part time at Aims Community College.  We can not seem to let go!
 
Don and I have 5 children and three grandchildren.  Our oldest son is a captain for US Air, so we do travel quite a bit seeing our children and grandkids (spread out from Las Vegas to Tucson to Washington D.C.) and also to the U.K.  We have a cooking school in our home and are putting together our first of The Best Of cookbook.
 
Volunteer work takes up a lot of time...delivering Meals on Wheels (nearly to the Wyoming border) and a hospital ministry at Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins (which keeps us quite busy). We are also Rotarians and are very active with Rotary.
 
My folks still live in Wheat Ridge and I am down in Denver a couple of days a week helping them get to doctor appointments, etc. (most of you know the drill) which I really enjoy.  Much of Wheat Ridge has changed and much has stayed the same.
 
I have many fond memories of WRHS and our years there, however, my most dramatic memory is being in a class of Mr. Ellis when we were told that President Kennedy had been assassinated.  Mr. Ellis did a masterful job of keeping us all focused and things in perspective (even though I thought he was heartless at the time).  Do not each of us remember where in the hallowed halls we were that day?
 
I would love to join you all at the reunion, but I am previously committed to work at the Scottish/Irish Highland Festival in Estes Park that weekend.  If any of you come through Estes during the reunion weekend, please come to the Tartan Information Tent or the Clan MacLaren Tent and I will treat you to a wee dram!
 
Go Farmers!
Shirl

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Douglas Campbell
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Larry Campbell
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Geologist Married
My tiny almost-off-the-grid farm is
capable of being off the grid, but I
am still plugged into store bought electricity for the convenience of an automatic irrigation system which can buy me three weeks at a time to go off to work.  Right now I am working out of a camp in Nevada as a mineral exploration geologist (prospecting for gold and silver).  Life is good in the slow lane.  Should get even slower next year as I spend the year living the dream that is reaching fruition.  Maybe time will end in 2012 as some prophecies predict.  Living in the present, without time, is something I try to practice regularly.  We certainly got front row seats on interesting times. Developing close relationships with friends, family, food and water is incredibly rewarding.  I work with Sustainable Living Systems (.org) to spread the word.  Best health and happiness to all my classmates.

Larry 

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Laura Canning
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Mary Capes (Baretta)
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We are sorry to communicate the death of Mary Capes Baretta as reported by her family in the Fort Collins Coloradoan obituary -----------------------------------

On Jan. 20, 2009, Mary Margaret Baretta, our much loved wife, mom, Lala, friend and teacher, has traveled from this earth and her physical being to Heaven holding the hand of Jesus. Our prayers for total and complete healing were answered as she is joyfully held in the arms of God. She is the most beautiful, loving, kind, tough, strong, and courageous and totally awe inspiring woman we will ever know. Her Grace and Beauty will surround her family and those who loved her daily! ----------------------------------
Please celebrate her life! Our Mary was truly a blessing to every person she touched. Our hearts will hurt daily in her absence but her beauty will continue to shine brightly every day through her loving and amazing husband of 40 years, Ron Baretta; her three strong and independent daughters, Anna Baretta Narvaes, Bree Baretta and Mariah Baretta; and her four gorgeous and joyful baby granddaughters, Stella, Scarlet, Francesca and Catalina; and her two boys, Nick and Bocci, Ron and Mary's standard poodles. -----------------------------------
Mary was born in Grand Junction March 28th 1948, to Jeanne Bullard Capes and James F. Capes. She is preceded in death by her mother, father and brother, Jimmy Capes. She is survived by husband, Ron Baretta; daughters, Anna Baretta Narvaes, Bree Baretta and Mariah Baretta; granddaughters, Stella, Scarlet, Francesca and Catalina; sister, Cynda Byers; brother, Todd Capes; and her two awesome standard poodles, Nick and Bocci. Ron and Mary met in Fort Collins, Colorado in June of 1968. They were married less than a year later and minus a few short weeks spent the rest of Mary's life constantly together as soul mates, best friends and business partners. -----------------------------------
Mary graduated from Colorado State University with a Degree in Dance in 1972. She was a pillar of the community as founder and co-owner of Mountain Gymnastics Training Center Inc. in 1976 now known as Mountain Kids. She is an active member of Timberline Church and silent contributor to many charities and individuals never seeking recognition beyond her self satisfaction in her abilities to help others. She is dearly loved and cherished by many in the Fort Collins community, across the country and across oceans, but no more than by her eternally grateful and forever loving family. She passed on to God in the arms of her loved ones.----------------------------------
The nonprofit foundation Mary Baretta GRACE Foundation will focus on non-smoking lung cancer screening, research and awareness. Donations in Lieu of flowers are most gratefully received as Mary Baretta GRACE Foundation, in care of Bohlender Funeral Chapel, 121 W. Olive, Fort Collins, 80524.
A celebration of her life will be held at Timberline Church located at 2908 Timberline Rd. Fort Collins, Colorado on Friday Jan. 23rd at 2 p.m. A celebration reception will be held immediately following at Mountain Kids located at 419 E. Stuart St. Fort Collins, Colorado. A graveside service will be held Saturday, 1 p.m. at Mountain View Cemetery, Boulder, Colorado. Friends may send condolences to the family at bohlenderfuneralchapel.com.

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Dave Capra
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Kathy Carlton
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Loretta Carlyle (McKercher)
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Gosh, 40 years already!  Where did the years go?!  My sweetheart, Danny (senior prom date), and I were married on Valentines Day, 1970.  We have had lots of peaks and valleys, but I would not have wanted to share my life with anyone else but him.  The most wonderful years I could have ever had were spent just being a wife, mother & homemaker.  I loved it all!!  We have two wonderful sons and had so much fun doing the volunteering, projects & social events at school, trips to the library, scouts, camping, jeeping, long bike trips, cross country skiing--the list goes on and on.  We completely renovated a 1906 house in North Denver, sold it in 3 days and moved to the home we now have in Arvada.  My real passion is baking and cooking.  I have been milling organic grains and making all kinds of breads for 27 years--what fun!  I have worked in a bank, publishing company, bagel shop, high school cafeteria and I am currently with United Airlines.  I work at the Flight Training Center at Stapleton in the best department there--the Fleets.  I will be able to retire with full benefits for life in a little over 3 years.  Danny and I are very healthy.  We love to mountain bike long distances, hike, garden, snow shoe, travel and just have fun together.  There are so many memories of high school. I will always remember Biology class with dissecting frogs and having to stab my own finger to get my blood type--how many actually did their own!  The post card parties for the Top School Contest were a blast--writers cramp and all!  It will be fun to reminisce with all my classmates and to those who cannot attend, you will be missed.  Maybe the next one! 

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Rachel Carson
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Dear Farmers:
It is a pleasure to be an older, honorary WRHS class of 1966 member. I know that many of you were caught up in the environmental movement. I received my masters in zoology from Johns Hopkins and became one of the first women to pass the federal civil service exam and to gain a professional staff position. As publications editor for the US Fish and Wildlife Bureau, I came to realize the importance of communicating with the wider public as well as with the scientific community. My book - The Silent Spring in 1964- described the impact of pesticides like DDT on birds and other wildlife. It captured the attention of a range of citizens and is considered one of the early inspirations of the 60s wave of environmentalism. Thank-you for your efforts on behalf of the earth!

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Mike Casey
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Gary Cavaleri
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Steve Chambers
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Sandy Chandler (Winfrey)
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