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debbie Giambrone (myers)
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Mobile AL. Married 2
I HAVE BEEN MARRIED TO A WONDERFUL MAN FOR 12 YEARS WE HAVE TWO CHILDREN ONE DAUGHTER 18YS OLD( BY ANOTHER) WHO GOES TO COLLEGE AND A SON 10YRS OLD. I WISH I WOULD HAVE STAYED IN TOUCH WITH SOME OF THE PEOPLE I ONCE HUNG AROUND LIKE DEBBY CARNEY, KIM WESLEY. I DID KEEP IN TOUCH WITH ONE PERSON WHO IS THE GREATEST - YES YOU PAULA (MARLER). I JUST HAD A BIG FLASH BACK TO 8TH GRADE WHEN I WAS IN MS. HILL'S SCIENCE CLASS WITH KENNETH HEBERT AS MY LAB PARTNER, SURE WISH SOMETIMES I WAS BACK THERE. I CAN NOT BELIEVE WE ARE HAVING A 30 YEAR REUNION ALREADY ARE WE THAT OLD? I CAN'T WAIT TO SEE EVERYONE- WITH THE EXCEPTION OF MY FEW CLOSE FRIENDS I HAVE NOT SEEN ANYONE SINCE WE WERE IN SCHOOL, ALSO LIKE LAURA TURK I WILL BE CRASHING THE REUNION AS I ALSO ENDED UP GRADUATING FROM ANOTHER SCHOOL SINCE WE MOVED IN MY SR YEAR. I MOVED TO SUGARLAND TX FOR 3 YEARS AFTER MY DAUGHTER WAS BORN, THEN TO MOBILE AND HAVE BEEN HERE 14 YEARS. HOPE TO SEE EVERYONE THERE. Send debbie a MessageSend debbie a Message
Robert Neugent
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Jackson MS USA Married
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Monica Cavalier (Newsom)
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St Amant LA Married 1
Hello everyone!  Hard to believe it's been 30 years!!  I have been married to a wonderful man for 26 years and have one son at LSU.  We moved to St Amant in 1994 and never looked back.  Country style living, no traffic!  I manage an engineering firm in BR, so I still keep up with what's going on around town.  We have a camp off the Amite and spend lots of time there and fishing in Grand Isle.  We enjoy getting with friends and still like to party.  Imagine that?!!    Can't wait to see everyone at the reunion.  Thanks to all who have worked so hard at making this happen!!  Send Monica a MessageSend Monica a Message
Darcey Fulton (Newsum)
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Dallas TX USA Married 1

I sure wish I could make the reunion but instead will be in Baton Rouge the weekend of Oct 16th for an LSU ZTA reunion.   Maybe I'll see all of you at our 40th reunion in 10 yrs!   

Life is good in Dallas with my husband Jack and son Jackson (7) but I do miss Louisiana, LSU and the great food and friends.

Have been reconnecting with many friends on Facebook - hope to see some of you there.  

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Anthony Ochterbeck
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Baton Rouge LA U.S.A. Divorced
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Laura Turk (Odom)
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Baton Rouge USA Married 3
I am not a member of the graduating class.Officially, I graduated from Baton Rouge High School. But this is so fun to be included, since I grew up with all of you. I guess that means that I will be crashing the reunion.:)
Some things never change.. ha-ha!
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Peggy Hatch (Ojea)
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Prairieville LA Married 2
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Jeff Oldendorf
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Prairieville LA USA Married 3
Married 33 years.  2 daughters and 1 son.  2 grandchildren. I had a good time at the 40th reunion.  Nice to see everyone again. Send Jeff a MessageSend Jeff a Message
Donald Olinde
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Baton Rouge LA Single
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Kirk Olson
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Manor TX Married
I graduated from Oklahoma State in 1985 and have been living in Austin, Texas since.

My partner, Sage (Sajeewa Chandrasoma) and I have been together since 1993.  Since then, we've sold a couple of houses in Austin and discovered we are nature and garden lovers.   Garden fanatics would probably be a better description. 

In 2001, we bought a 1906 Texas farmhouse on 11 acres east of Austin in the crinkly (hilly) part of Travis county where the blackland prairie still supports corn and cotton farming.  The house is a two-story with original longleaf pine throughout.  We spent the first couple of years restoring the staircase, flooring, baseboards, and interior to original.  We added a wraparound porch, and painted the interior and exterior.  It turned out beautifully and we love the place, but the real miracle is that we survived it.  

But what's an old Texas farmhouse without gardens to match?  Wasting no time, we then proceeded to "restore" the outside, too.

We installed over 7,000 sq ft of flower beds around the house and down the drive.  We have a cottage garden with antique rose bushes, redbuds, flowering plums, daylilies, antique iris, cannas, crinum lilies, st. joseph lilies, daffodils, salvias, mints, wildflowers, bananas, mountain laurels, and an occasional wilding blown in on the wind.  We have restored and expanded the original pond close to the house, stocking it with bass, bluegill, and catfish. 

We built another pond in the back of the property where it provides solar-powered drip irrigation to the fruit orchard.  We've planted a few oak trees around the property.  They grow slowly.  We planted a dozen or so pecan trees.  We also planted a small vineyard that wraps around the house.  The place is beautiful, a respite from an all too hectic, imperfect world.  And it's my passion.

Take a look at my website www.kirkolson.com.

Lots of pictures there. 

I look forward to catching up with everyone.
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