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Tuesday October 19, 2021
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Donald Honeycutt

Many of you might remember a skinny kid with a bad haircut, a crippled arm and a bad limp who left EHS in the middle of our senior year. There is a story on that at the end of this profile. Other than John Moen and Tam Bosket Moen, few of you probably remember much more than that,as I was pretty invisible throughout our HS years.

After a few years as a wandering hippy and two failed marriages, I finally cleaned up and got a college education, thanks to a grant from Washington State. Then upon graduation, seeking a bit of relief from the constant stress of college, I took a job answering the phone at Metro Transit in Seattle.

That began a 25 year career at Metro where after 7 years of increasing responsibility, I became the first line supervisor and instructor in Rider Info. for 13 years, followed by 5 years as Data Management Coordinator in Customer Services (whatever that is supposed to mean). Finally I retired with two hats, the above job and Acting Chief of Customer Assistance.

Since you all knew me:
1. I learned to play Dobro/Lap Steel guitar. https://www.youtube.com/user/lapsteelguy/videos

2. I figured out how to create one handed controls for motorcycles and am now the 'Adaptations Advisor' for an organization of disabled bikers. http://anabd.org/Adaptions.html

3. I taught myself photography.

4. In 1979, my wife and I sold our Seattle home and moved aboard a sailboat where we lived for three years. It was a great lifestyle, with me rowing across Eagle Harbor each work day to then walk to the B.I. ferry Terminal to Seattle. About the time our son Mike was born, I suffered a serious back injury and we needed to 'temporarily' move off the boat. As such things happen, we never moved back and sold the boat three years later.

5. Since Retirement, I have taken up a new hobby. That is competition small bore rifles. You can find me on Rimfire Central under the name 'Onearm'.

6.Though I am retired, my wife (9 years younger than me) still works. She is a Radiation Therapist (treated cancer patients with radiation). Three years ago, a hospital in Tacoma made her a job offer too good to refuse, so we moved to Tacoma, where along with Music, Motorcycles and Photography, I now spend my time working in our a backyard veggie garden.

Here is why I am not on the list of 1965 grads:

A sad but true story:
You probably do not have me listed as an alumnus because I spent the last half of my senior year at Meadowdale HS. That was because I attended my first ever HS dance in the middle of my senior year, without knowing the unspoken rules for such an event. I made the mistake of dancing with some jock's girlfriend, while he was in the boys room. When he returned to the dance floor and saw me dancing with his girlfriend, he tapped me on the shoulder. When I turned to see who it was, all I saw was a fist rapidly approaching my face. Being a smart guy, I fell to the floor and stayed there bleeding until a teacher arrived.

The next day, at my doctor's office, I found he had broken my nose. I was so embarrassed at how my swollen nose looked that I skipped school for over a week. I was caught, when the school called my mother at work to ask how I was doing. Then at a visit to the Vice Principle the next Monday, I told the truth and described what had actually happened. The guy who broke my nose showed up with several friends who lied and said I hit him first. Though I weighed under100 pounds and had only one functioning arm, I was not believed. Perhaps it was because they were wearing Letterman's patches and I was not. As a result, I was sent to live with my father in Lynwood and had to graduate with people I hardly knew.

I cannot tell you the name of the guy who broke my nose and then lied about it but I am sure he remembers. He also knows it was he who should have been kicked out of school, along with the friends who lied for him, rather than me. Feel free to post this story on your newsletter. Many of the students and teachers who attended that dance may remember the incident. I am interested to see if the guy who did that will confess and apologize.




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