1/30/2022 Mike Milovich 30 January 2022
It is with a sad heart that I report Mike Milovich lost his battle with cancer today. He will be missed.
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9/17/2021 Jim Snider - 09/17/2021
It is with great sadness that I report the passing of Jim Snider. He lost his battle with cancer. Today the world lost a Good One.
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3/4/2020 Sad news... again
It is will great sadness that I announce the death of another classmate. Pam Moody (Vess) died unexpectedly on 22 February 2020. She was preceded in death by her husband... and she missed hi
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After graduating from high school I traveled in Europe, Asia, and Africa. I became a conscientious objector to avoid going to Vietnam. I went to Western WA U. and became a city planner, working for many cities and counties in the Puget Sound area to manage their growth (zoning, etc.) In 1985-86 I got a Masters in Public Administration from Harvard University.
From 1990 to 1993 I traveled on a 12-foot boat and wrote a book: "Three Years in a 12-Foot Boat."
In November 2007 I left with a pickup truck, a canoe, and my girlfriend, now wife, Ginnie. We traveled in this rig for a year, then bought a 21-foot sailboat in Florida and modified it for long-distance cruising.
In December, 2009, we launched the boat and sailed to Cuba, Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Argentina, and Uruguay. We then sailed back via the Parana River up into Brazil, where we had a son in March, 2013. I learned Spanish and Portuguese. Ginny and George flew back home from Brazil. I sailed alone but capsized the boat in the Dominican Republic and flew back from there. We all now live at the house I grew up in on E. 31st. We have now published a book about Ginny's and my voyage. It's called "The Five-Year Voyage: Exploring Latin American Coasts and Rivers."
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