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Gary Chambers
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Financial Planning/ Retired Married 3 2019-01-15 13:02:34
Life's been good .......Married a Hopkins '70 Grad in 1978. Retired in 2012. 3 children, 3 grandchildren. See you in 2020......... Send Gary  a MessageSend Gary a Message
Jerry Chanen
Retired Senior Metrologist Married 1 2020-07-03 19:27:20
Since graduation I was employed as a lead inspector supervisor at McCourtney Plastics from 1970 thru 1982. I left McCourtney Plastics and for the last 28 years I have been employed as a Senior Metrologist for ADC Telecommunications.
I guess along the way I attended Century College to further my education.
My wife and I retired in Branson, Missouri in 2013 but moved back to Minnesota in 2020.
I will be sixty four in January with little gray hair and I'm not a member of the baldies club.  Life has been good to me since graduation. It's hard to believe how the years have gone by.
We have four Ragdoll cats that keep us amused.
My hobbies include hiking, biking, home improvement projects, landscaping and Twins baseball.
Please give me a call or email me. I would enjoy talking with you.

 
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Patricia Charney
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Commercial Vehicle Inspector (retired) skwee-g.smugmug.com Single 2018-11-26 04:00:08
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Randy Blindman (Chipman)
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art teacher, massage therapist, artist Married 2012-08-06 15:30:54
After High School I spent 6 months in Israel.
I then got my BA in Studio Arts and Hebrew, and Masters (ABD) in English as a Second Language, while working as teacher and director of the Temple Israel Hebrew School.  I also married and divorced in the '70's (no kids).

I returned to Israel in the summers of '81 and '82 to paint landscapes in and around Jerusalem.
I was accepted to the International Artists' Association and have several exhibitions.  You can view some of my work, if you want, on Facebook.

I learned massage therapy in 1996-97, and have a private practice at home.

In 1998 I was hired as an art therapist in an institution for severely brain-damaged children (ages infant to young adults)
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That same year, I met and married my husband Rabbi Yehonatan Chipman (he also works as a translator of academic Judaica).
I get to be step-mother now to his 4 grown children and Grandma to his 2 little granddaughters!

I've been able to visit my family in the States every year or 2--this year it will be in April--so I won't be able to attend the reunion in Aug.
It's been fun going through the profiles and seeing familiar names!
So if you get to Israel--look me up!
 
 
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Jeanne Paulsen (Chorzempa)
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Retired-Electronic Forms Designer / CoreLogic Credit Reference Research Married 2 2019-10-16 17:14:49
My husband John (SLP grad-class of 1969) and I have been enjoying living in Arizona for over 13 years.We moved from Minnesota to Lake Havasu City Arizona in 2006. Our children relocated to the Phoenix area a few years later. Four years ago we moved from Lake Havasu to Sun City, AZ to be nearer to our children and grandchildren. With most of our remaining relatives now residing in western states, visits to Minnesota have been few. We have the 50th reunion marked on the calendar. Over the winter we'll check for upcoming reunion details and RSVP if able to attend. Send Jeanne a MessageSend Jeanne a Message
Peter Choukalas
Retired After 37 years at Medtronic, Inc. Married 2 I want to tutor 100 immigrants to learn all the answers to the American Citizenship Test, to pass the test, and to watch them as they become U.S. citizens. I was able to tutor a number of Russian immigrants back in the late 1980’s, and it was exciting to see them successfully go through the steps to become U.S. citizens. I would like to visit Australia, New Zealand, and maybe, find my last remaining relatives in Greece. My good friend and former SLP teacher told me not to tell. I heard this on the radio recently and it reminded me about how a lot of us grew up. Little Boxes performed by Pete Seeger Little boxes on the hillside Little boxes made of ticky tacky Little boxes Little boxes Little boxes all the same There's a green one and a pink one And a blue one and a yellow one And they're all made out of ticky tacky And they all look just the same And the people in the houses all went to the university And they all get put in boxes, little boxes all the same And there's doctors and there's lawyers And business executives And they all get put in boxes, and they all come out the same And they all play on the golf course and drink their martini dry And they all have pretty children and the children go to school And the children go to summer camp And then to the university And they all get put in boxes, and they all come out the same And the boys go into business and marry and raise a family And they all get put in boxes, little boxes all the same There's a green one, and a pink one And a blue one and a yellow one And they're all made out of ticky tacky And they all look just the same. This song was originally written about Daly City, California, in the East Bay, opposite San Francisco. I think, in some ways, it describes the St. Louis Park where we grew up. We moved to Carrollton (North Dallas), Texas, for two years for a job promotion. I’m still hearing about it from my wife and two kids. The weather is ridiculously hot and humid. The schools are questionable. Typical reaction to finding out that the new neighbors are Jewish AND Yankees, “I knew a Jewish family once, and they had to move away” and “Damn, you talk funny”. I moved to Tel Aviv, Israel, for year to bring on a new business venture to Medtronic. My Hebrew was/is terrible, but my English was great for reading and understanding FDA documents. I was also able to do patient care, and customer and employee education all over Israel. . Don’t just stick to what you know. Try new things. - Don’t go to college with a very specific job or career in mind. You and your life change a lot in 4 years. - Elective courses at school (maybe night school if not offered during the day) - Join a club or other extra-curricular activity. You’ll meet new people, learn new things. - Get a job and work a few hours a week. Learn how to save and invest money, and maybe, if you are really lucky, you’ll meet the partner with whom you will go merrily through life. - There’s plenty of time to date and settle down. Fall in love and marry the person who doesn’t care that you’re picking them up in a 1950 Plymouth. 2020-11-23 17:40:33
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Patty Coniaris (Christopulos)
Manager of Publishing House www.light-n-life.com Married 2 2012-08-06 16:11:04
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Mark Clarno
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Retired Married 3 2019-11-11 14:58:23
I spent over 40 years as a “commercial and residential relocation engineer”(truck driver). We moved to our family cabin last summer, after selling our home in Zimmerman Mn. I’ve been retired almost 4years. We’re snowbirds heading to Arizona again this year.
Jim Cohen
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Commercial and Residential Real Estate Sales & Leasing & Investment Divorced 2012-07-13 02:32:58
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Bruce Coleman
Computer Professional Married 2012-08-06 15:46:51
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