4/19/2020 Another Sad Announcement
Ed Wheat, husband of Stella Hubbard Wheat, passed away April 18th. Please keep Stella and her family in your thoughts and prayers.
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1/29/2018 Video of Photos from October 2017 Reunion
A big "Thank you" to Jane Zolotor for taking the photos at the reunion and providing a set of photos and a CD of the photos. It took a while to get this created and there are a few mistakes
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9/26/2017 Liz (Creel) Watson's husband passed away last week.
Please keep Liz and her family in your thoughts and prayers as they adjust to life without Frank.
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I enlisted in the Navy after graduation. After nine years as an electronic technician; I was promoted to Chief Warrant Officer, and retired in 1982. Worked for a Navy contractor as technical writer and Training developer. I married Sue in 1986. Together we have 7 children, (5 in Ft Worth, one in Maryland, and one in Virginia). We also have 9 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. We were self employed with an herb farm and bed and breakfast in the early 90’s. In 96 we sold our house and a lot of furniture, bought a motor home and set out to see the country. In the next 10 years we visited 50 states, and most of Canada and Mexico. We worked as clowns (yeah, with red noses) on the road doing comedy magic, balloon sculpture, face painting and birthday parties. We live in Donna, Texas about 10 miles from the Rio Grande. Sue is a Texas Master Gardener, and I am a Texas Master Naturalist, so we stay busy volunteering. The Rio Grande Valley has a large diversity of native plant and animal species, plus the migrant birds in spring and fall; these keep us busy learning year round.
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