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Jane Kretchman (Baker)
December 30, 1943 Mothibistad, Northern Cape 8474 RSA Northern Cape Peace Corps Volunteer Single Again
 I am currently serving 27 months in the US Peace Corps in a small village near Kuruman, South Africa.  Not easy at the ripe age of 68, but it's better than wondering who the next US President will be.

I have been wandering since graduating from U of U.  Moved to Boston/Cambridge MA where I worked in Med Technology Field.  I got married to a great guy who became a travel writer after we had been living in Istanbul for several years.  My marriage didn't last (alas) but my travelling did: backpacking solo around the world, running an Inn on an island in Penobscot Bay of Maine, owner of a small country inn (Pas de Nogal) in Nogal, NM, teaching in China, African trekking, and currently living in a dry, flat, windy village on the edge of the Kalahari desert teaching school in a small village with 87 learners......I being the sole white person here and wishing I were black.

On the home front my permanet residence is in SLC which I returned to after almost 40 years wandering.  I love this city and my extended family (no children of my own) is great although I miss my Womb-Mate John who lives in California.  He and his wife, Annie, are coming to visit me in SA in March.  Thought for the future:  Dear God, don't let me live to be 100!
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Bill Simmons
January 28, 1944 Phoenix AZ Retired Married 2

What a fast 50-years, can’t really believe it. Married to my wife Cheryl for 44 years, two kids 5 grand kids one profession many employers including myself. Worked and lived in Salt Lake, Denver and the last 15 years in Phoenix which is paradise. Able to take an early retirement to work on my bucket list which seams to be getting longer instead of shorter. Will have to live forever to get it all done. This is as good as it gets and it happened without spending any time or money on a god or religion, must be a miracle.

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Gordon Baumbacher
March 16, 1944 Kenfield CA Physician Married 4
 After high school I had completed college and then attended Northwestern University Medical School graduating in 1970.  I did a specialty training in psychiatry at the University of California Medical School in San Francisco, and then continued on the faculty there until 1995.  I have since then been in private practice just north of San Francisco.I am married. We have four children and two grand children. My oldest son now lives in Salt Lake City, and I am frequently reminded of fond memories of the years at East High. I hope all is well with my classmates. Send Gordon a MessageSend Gordon a Message
Eric Nuttall
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April 10, 1944 Albuquerque NM Professor, Chemical & Nuclear Engineering Married 7
After graduating from East High, I completed a BS degree in Chemical Engineering at University of Utah followed by an MS and PhD in Chemical and Nuclear Engineering at the University of Arizona. Taught for 35 years (Univ. of Texas and Univ. of New Mexico). Been active in scouting and my sons are Eagle Scouts. I have five daughters: Deputy CFO for Sandia National Laboratory, 1st general counsel for the CYFD, State of New Mexico and two in Marine Corps ROTC.

Have a wonderful wife (Cindy) who is Assoc. Chief of Nursing at the VA hospital and 7 children. Four of whom are adopted and four delightful grandchildren.
We love to relax at our cabin above Santa Fe where we fish, ski, & hike.

Many wonderful memories of East High School and growing up in SLC.
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Kerry Merback
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April 23, 1944 Las Vegas NV retired clinical social worker/therapist Married 5
I was born in Salt Lake City, attended Bonneville Elementary, and Stewart Junior High on the UofU campus. Immediately after barely graduating from East because of a rebellious attitude I joined the USAF.

I was baptized into the LDS Church during basic training and that event dramatically changed the direction of my life. I served as a motion picture photographer in the military for four years, then returned to Salt Lake and attended the U.

In 1968 I married Rosemarie Garff in the Salt Lake Temple, worked as a Salt Lake City police officer, graduated from the U in sociology, and received my MSW in social work, also from the U. I worked in Alaska for the Bureau of Indian Affairs for a few years and then settled in Las Vegas where I worked for the VA in mental health, retiring in 1999.

We have five children, and eight grandchildren after 42 wonderful years of marriage. I currently am an ordinance worker in the Las Vegas Temple, after having served as a bishop and in a stake presidency. You see what I mean about a change in direction.

I look back on high school with regret that I wasted so many opportunities to participate, but tried hard to make up for it at the U, and was eventually selected for Skull and Bones and Owl and Key. 

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Barbara Rees ( Paxton Pahnke)
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May 17, 1944 Salt Lake City UT retired teacher Married 3

Graduated from the University of Utah in Elementary Education.
*  Married Gary Paxton (deceased) and raised three daughters who all live in Salt Lake.
*  Member of Junior League of Salt Lake.
*  Blessed to have nine grandchildren ( oldest granddaughter is on the East High Girl's Soccer Team)
*  Taught school for 25 years and retired in 2003.
*  Worked for six years at Cactus & Tropicals ( a local plant store)
*  A runner for 32 years and still enjoy daily workouts and hiking.
*  Our family has vacationed yearly at Colter Bay Marina in Grand Teton National Park where we enjoy boating and waterskiing.
*  Have fun playing games and belong to several bridge groups.
*  Married Ralph Pahnke, a long time friend, in 2010 and we live at Oak Hills Gardens on the east bench of Salt Lake City.  Together we enjoy nine children and twenty-nine grandchildren...all living within 15 minutes of our home.
*  Have enjoyed traveling in the U.S., Canada, Europe, New Zealand and Egypt.

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Suzanne Snow (Robinson)
June 23, 1944 Cottonwood Heights UT Retired Married 3
After taking a year off after high school to work and travel, I attended the U of U for two years, then married and started a family.  At the age of 35 I completed my last two years at the U and began working full-time (our children were teenagers by now, so that as a little scary!).   At 50 I completed the executive MBA program while employed at the U in the school of business.  I retired in 2006. 

I have fond memories of East -- pep club, junior choir ("armpits") and a'capella choir...  Also Hillside Jr.  My twin, Dianne, and I decided to swap classes a couple of times to see if the teachers caught on, and they never did. 
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Alan Homer
July 16, 1944 Centerville UT Law Firm Administrator Married 6
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Mary Notestine
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August 22, 1944 Black Mountain, NSW '' Retired senior lecturer Single 1

I completed a PhD in Entomology at the University of Utah and emigrated to Australia in 1974 and later took out citizenship here. I was employed at the University of New England (in Armidale, New South Wales) since 1974 and retired as a Senior Lecturer in Entomology and Invertebrate Zoology in 2004 and stayed on as an Honorary Fellow until 2006. I also served as Associate Dean for Teaching and Learning for the Faculty of The Sciences and as a University Ombudsman. I have been a National Tertiary Education Union activist and was recognized in 2004 by being voted in as a Life Member of the Union. In 1996 I was awarded the Distinguished Achievement Award by the Academic Women’s Association of UNE for my efforts to promote the recognition of the achievement of women and was included as an ‘Inspirational Woman’ at UNE in 1997. I was awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Equity in 2004 in recognition of my commitment to equity and diversity. I loved teaching and inspiring my students to love insects (and invertebrates in general) as much as I do.  Since retiring I enjoy reading, gardening and walking with my dogs. I live on a small property near a small, rural village about 30km from Armidale, NSW, a town of about 20,000 people.

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Janice Thuli (Foutz)
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October 21, 1944 Salt Lake City, UT Retired Licensed Clinical Social Worker Married 2
After Stan and I married in 1964, we moved to San Francisco and then Los Angeles, CA. We returned to Salt Lake City in 1977 for 10 years.  Durning that time I got my Masters in Clinical Scocial Work. We were then transferred to Newport Beach and then Pasadena, CA. I worked in a number of settings providing psychotherapy for children, adolescents and families in both CA and UT.  

When Stan retired in 2000 we returned to Salt Lake City to be close to our 2 sons and 5 grandchildren, 3 of whom are triplets.

Since retirement, I have been part of a small group of people to start the adjunct chaplaincy program at Primary Children's Medical Center.  I serve as one of  the adjunct chaplains. I have taken up watercolor painting. Stan and I also love to travel 
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