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David Richerson
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February 13, 1944 Professor Married 2

It has been a hectic 50 years.  I graduated from the U of U in Ceramic Science and Engineering, got married to Michael Anne Todd in Oregon at the end of the summer, drove to Pennsylvania to attend graduate school at Penn State University, and then worked in industry in Massachusetts and Arizona until 1985.  We then moved to Salt Lake City for me to work as Director of Research (and later Vice President) at Ceramatec, Inc.  In 1991 I started my own consulting business and also started teaching at the U of U.
 
We have two daughters and have had pets ranging from hermit crabs to dogs.  We enjoy traveling, tennis, hiking and just about any outdoor activity.   

My career has been really enjoyable.  I have worked on a wide variety of advance materials developments,  especially conducting some of the early pioneering work on silicon nitride ceramics and on ceramics for turbine engines, establishing my consulting business, and teaching.  I have written the books Modern Ceramic Engineering, which has been translated into Japanese, and The Magic of Ceramics, which has been translated into Korean. I have also authored or co-authored other books and have lectured across the U.S. and in Europe and Asia.    For the past 20 years I have focused much of my spare time on science outreach, first as Education Chair for the American Ceramic Society and more recently with visits to 4th-6th grade classes on minerals and fossils and to high school classes on engineering. I also am the Manager of Minerals for the Natural History Museum of Utah. 
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Shauna Vance (Riddle)
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D LaMar Riding
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October 29, 1944 Self Employed/ Handyman Co. Married 6
 After my LDS mission to Ireland I attended BYU for 18mths then I was drafted into the Army transferred to the Air Force. Married Ann Harrison from Belfast N. Ireland. She has blessed my life ever since then, we have 6 children, 20 grandchldren & 2 greatgrand sons, they keep us young & active. We have lived in Mesa AZ for 15 yrs, before that we lived in Sandy, Ut for 18yrs.  We have served a Temple Mission in the Mesa AZ. for 3yrs,  Ann served for 5yrs it was a highlight in our lives.  Life is Good!  I am not retired yet " just tired''. Looking forward to my 50th/only school reunion and catching up on news and visiting with old friends Etc.949f Send D LaMar a MessageSend D LaMar a Message
Sharon Morgan (Rino)
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April 20, 1944 rinoranch.com Married 3

Howdy, seems like yesterday— except for the knee replacement, rotator cuff repair, cataract eye surgery and 23 year ?breast cancer survivor.  So excited to see the old vintage cars and vintage classmates— (ha, ha). I owned a 1958 Austin Healy and 1964 Corvette Stingway (raised my kids with it).  Always loved “horsepower” - but now my horsepower eats hay!

I met my husband, Frankie Rino, in 1968 at the Crows Nest after dragging State Street.  Frankie, husband of 43 years, is a graduate of South High ‘65, a US Marine— served in Viet Nam., a handsome Italian with long eyelashes and six packs!  We have been living in Park City for 43 years.  Frank was a heavy equipment operator/engineer and we operated/ran the HiUte Ranch for 30 years.  We boarded horses, raised and showed Arabian horses, sold Christmas trees, had two draft horse teams, and enjoyed doing old fashion sleigh rides.  We have three kids, and soon seven grandkids.  Two of our granddaughters are Park City Varsity Cheerleaders.  We live in Silver Creek in a big log home we built.  We still board horses and I still make custom leather chaps.  We are in great health and enjoy horse shows, 4– wheelers, Family, and gambling at Wendover & Mesquite.  I have enjoyed seeing Sally Burtoft and Barbara Webster plus talking with Carol Brown, Joyce Clarke and Diane Jensen.  If you are in Park City stop see me!   “Cheers”

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Wayne Roberds
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LINDA JONES (ROSE)
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July 13, 1944 RESERVATION AGENT FOR JETBLUE AIRWAYS Married 2
    I spent most of my time as a head bookkeeper for Smith's Food King, being a mother and living life.  I quit after 23 years, and had a home bookkeeping company, before working for JetBlue.  I've been there 10 years.
   We have 5 fabulous grandchildren that we adore, and life is good!
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Rick Rowsell
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May 22, 1944 artist / hack / semi-retired Married

 

Well...it's been an adventure, and continues to be so, just getting better as the years pass by.

 
 
Here's a quick run-down:  after Granite, I did the UofU on an art scholarship and never took an art class. I graduated in dance and became a charter member of RDT, still an institution in SLC. Went to Yale to study stage design and decided within a semester 'No way." Still, I did get an MFA, meanwhile having escaped New Haven for New York City. There, I became a hack, a graphic designer, using all the skills I'd learned from the great Ed Neslen (Nes) at Granite. I became a watch guy and during the 70's-80's designed virtually every kid's watch in the country--Care Bears and Strawberry Shortcake, Star Wars and a dozen other films, Sesame Street, Elvis, blah blah, plus all the Disney stuff--dozens of Mickey Mouse watches. I moved on to Disney Licensing directly, in their NY offices, where I approved all the art and product sold in America using the standard characters--Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy and Pluto. I know more about Mickey than you'd ever guess. When they kicked me out, I set up a company doing exactly what I had been doing within the bastions of Disney. Thrived for 10 or so years, until America got sick of the stuff (and for many years). Meanwhile, I/we---the other being one Ron Harrington, my best friend and business and (most likely) life partner, it going on for nigh 30 years---had bought an 1837 farmhouse upstate, for long weekends, until 2002, when I decided to make it my primary residence. I go to NYC for fun these days. And I have a cushy, no-stress job playing office, for as long as I like...and I do. My passion is for the property, which I've been improving for 23 years, otherwise reading (lots) and making what I call 'art' (not so much), oh and the NYTimes crosswords...
I'm way looking forward to the reunion. Since I was listed as deceased 10 years ago, I'll be celebrating my resurrection. I look forward to seeing lots of you again, speaking of which: Hey, Moose-keteers, i.e. yearbook staffers. Where are you? Sign in. (Hi, Bev. Hey, Sylvia!...so far. Mr. Burton?)
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Herm Ruseler
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Diana Davidson (Russon)
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April 06, 1944 was nursing field.now medical courier. Divorced 5
I work part time,going up a 9,000 foot mountain to get medical supply's and Pharmaceutical stuff.I'm my own boss. I drive 198 miles a day 5 day's a week,in all weather.10 years now. beats staying in hospitals all da,and when I drop off supplies, I can go play in any Canyon Land around - Capitol Reef, Bryce Canyon, Fish Lake, etc., they are all right by. Its fun to take people with me.any time you want to go just come on down. I've ended up with 24 Grandkids, and 14 great Grand kids.not bad for 50 yrs of work!! Send Diana a MessageSend Diana a Message
Gene Russon
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Married 5
 I was married to Diana Davidson in 1962.  We had four boys and a still born daughter.  After 20 years of marriage we divorced and a couple of years later I met and married my present wife, Peggy.  I have 23 grandchildren and 13 great-grand children.  In the fall of 1964 I started working for LH Strong Volkswagen.  I worked for a few independent VW shops and then in 79-81 I drove trucks for Halliburton Oil Well Services.  I became diabetic and could no longer drive trucks so I went back to Valley Service VW for a while.  From there I went to Southtowne VW for 10 years after which I spent a couple of years at Bugcraft VW in Ogden.  I am now retired.  My hobbies are restoring old VW’s and fishing.  I’ve held many positions in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints as well as being very involved in scouting for many years. Send Gene a MessageSend Gene a Message
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