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I was born in Boulder Colorado while my Dad was in the Navy. He was learning Russian at the U of CO. We moved to Tulsa when the war was over.
I went to kindergarten at Burbank then to McKinley (a new building) from first to sixth. We had to go to some “prefabs” before all the work was done. Then I was on to another new building; Hamilton Jr. High. I was not really happy about this because all of my friends went to Bell. Then Hale, (another new building). Go Rangers.
In May of 1963 I met Jack Davenport at a wedding. He told a friend he was going to marry that blond. Well he did. We got married in November… I quit school and we started our married life.
We raised our two children, Keri and Scott in Bixby, where we lived for 35 years. We were active in soccer: coaching, playing and refereeing. I was a Girl Scout Leader for a number of years and finished my volunteering with the Council after two years as Co- Cookie Chairman for the Council. Jack and I were Elders at St. James Presbyterian Church in Jenks.
I have 4 wonderful grandchildren that all live close by.
We had our own company for 22 years. JASCO ENTERPRISES. We sold plastic protection parts for manufacturing and oil field supplies as well as other products having to do with these industries.
We moved to Collinsville in 2009. We both became active in the homeowners association. I am still the Treasurer. Collinsville is the size of Bixby when we moved there in 1973.
I lost Jack quite suddenly in July of 2012.
My chariot doesn’t leave the garage after dark, but I hope to make it to the picnic. For those of you I don’t get to see “a big hug”.
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