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Richard Miller
Land Surveyor Divorced 2 Army, Special Forces. Land Surveying since 1972, licensed since 1978. Started my own company, Miller Associates in 1985 - surveying, planning, civil engineering. A lot of bowling years ago, I have a total of 14 City and State Championship Awards. Now my hobby is golf. I'm a member of Alpine Country Club. Married at 36, divorced at 51. You've got to stay within yourself and not let outside influences get to you. Keep plugging away. It will all work out. It's when you quit that you drown. Still having fun!
Daughter, Jacque 20
Son, Jonathan 18
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Kay Miner (Mumford)
Professional House Cleaner - 13 years Married 6 Mrs. Carolee Stout. She was my "advisor" when it came to dating the boys. Four - (count'em four!) marriages later, I finally "got it" right. I've been married to Dave Mumford for almost 4 years. It took going through all those marriages and experiences to finally figure out how to be in a truly, happy marriage. Stay positive - keep a good attitude - and don't give up on life and love.
6 married children.  Expecting our 20th grandchild in December.

Most vivid memory: Friday afternoon football games.
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Connie Monson (Good)
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Head Counselor, Manti High School Married 6 Donald Rippling Teacher, Counselor - Provo High and Manti High Graduated from BYU. Taught health and Drill Team at Provo High 3 years. Moved to Manti, Utah 1975. Spent 10 years at home raising my kids. Began teaching at Manti High School 1986 health, sociology, psychology. Master's degree 1996 Psychology, Counseling USU. Joined the counseling department 1996. Head counselor 2003 and plan to stay until I give up. Family is more lasting than school friends. Doctors aren't all knowing. Life would have been easier if I had had the self-confidence in high school that I have now.
Married Leslie Good.  Together we have six childen.  I have three - girl, boy, girl.  My husband has three boys.
Most vivid memory of high school:  Choir classes
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Kent Morrison
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Mathematician www.calpoly.edu/~math/ Married 3 Mrs. Silcox - AP English; Mrs. Fernandez - Math Married to Estelle Basor. We have two daughters Sally and Rebecca and one son Steven Cranford. We taught math for 30 years at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo. My last nine years I was department chair. Since 2008 we have been with the American Institute of Mathematics (AIM) located in San Jose. We live in Palo Alto but we have kept our house in San Luis Obispo and get down there when we can. I continue to work on research projects in mathematics with various collaborators. Since 2010 I have directed the AIM Open Textbook Initiative whose goal is to encourage the use and development of open source textbooks for undergraduate math courses (www.aimath.org/textbooks). I also manage to play tennis regularly. My stepson Steven lives in Watsonville with his wife and two children. Our daughter Sally has a learning center and tutoring business in the Pasadena area and lives in San Marino with her husband and two children. Our youngest, Rebecca, is a postdoc at MIT in computational science and engineering and looking forward to starting at the Univ. of Colorado as an assistant professor in computer science in 2018.
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Janet Muir
manager at management consulting firm www.mckinsey.com Married 2 Miss Beal Entertainment lawyer in Beverly Hills; Associate Publisher of Elle Magazine (I have NO fashion sense!); manager at two international consulting firms. Very happy to have the children semi-launched! Great husband whose acting career has helped us travel the country and world. We have a little place in Eden, Utah near Laura Powell. The beat goes on. - "Perform in disaster, deliver in style." (motto of the Madeira School) - If you don't know what to do, just keep trying to improve on the worst. Doing so will often solve the problem. - Keep your life and baggage light; you will be able to take advantage of more varied opportunities.
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Katheryne Muir (MacGill)
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Substitute teacher Married 2
My two sons are now in High School, it is a kick to sub in High School now too. What fun we had and wonderful memories. Utah is a distant land to me but I am excited to come. I graduated from BYU, served a mission in Holland, had a 12 year career in  HR and politically active forever, married just after our 20 year reunion, lived in Long Island, Dallas and now Colorado Springs . Now in my old age I joined Sweet Adeline's, D.U.P. and stopped coloring my hair yesterday. I enjoy this age. Looking forward to seeing everyone. Send Katheryne a MessageSend Katheryne a Message
Ned Nerdin
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Minister, Guitar Player, Lover of Life www.nednerdin.com Married 2
I joined up with the planning committe meeting and it was great to meet up with old acquaintances and plan for a great weekend for all in September.

The Past 40 years has been an interesting ride.  I have been through 2 completely different occupations, one in customer service/management and one in technology/computers.  Along with the changes in jobs also changes in spouses.  I am now married to my soul mate, Colleen and just simply loving life, and as Doug said, "Playing".

Still playing guitar in two different bands, one with 6 doctors who work at Primary and Shriner's hospital and another that is doing mainly my original music,

Looking forward to seeing all of you in September
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Tina Ohlson (Maasberg)
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Math Teacher - Skyline High School Married 4 Donald Ripplinger and Bill Earl Marketing Rep IBM Corp...Math Teacher at Skyline for the past 18 years
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Doug Olson
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Real Estate Broker Married 3 Dr. Ripplinger Realtor, Home Builder, General Sales Manager After that graduation night with Teresa McCormack (she was so kind to share those events as my date) and the awful events of the Bobby Kennedy assassination, I decided to attend the University of Utah. I pledged with Sigma Chi fraternity and with the events of the world at the time, found the seriousness of the Vietnam era pressing heavily. I was fortunate to be chosen to serve an LDS (Mormon) Mission to the incredible country of Italy. It was like the old "Brer Rabbit" concept of "oh please, don't throw me in that briar patch"....How could they have known what they were doing by sending me to Italy. The cradle of culture, art, music and so much beauty. Oh yes, don't forget the food.....that's why I look like I do now. Nevertheless, I served and came home with the Vietnam conflict still raging. I was fortunate to marry the most beautiful girl from Olympus 1968 (I'm not a traitor), who would become my all in all, Barbara Berg. She's been the stability in my past 41 years. After marriage, I was sent to basic training for the Utah National Guard. I was in the 144th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (M.A.S.H.)as a senior stenographer (if you ever watched the movie/T.V. show, I was 'Radar', really!). It was truly an experience, not unlike the screen version. I was assigned to the Adjutant General School in Indianapolis, Indiana and actually was on active duty training for 14 months. (Should have just gone active). Came home and became a "Realtor"....and that has been the story for 41 years. As you can imagine, the ride has been up and down, but full of life, teaching, learning and happiness. Along the way, I opened a restaurant in the Crossroads Mall when it first opened (now it is only a brief memory in a moment of time in the Salt Lake landscape). It was a salad bar restaurant called "Lettuce Entertain You" and got out of the restaurant business within two years. I was retained by a company in the '80's to create a sales staff. Nytone Electronics was a professional photographic processing equipment company. I knew sales and enjoyed the relationship while still building and selling homes with Peterson Development. I left Peterson in the '90's and created Olson & Company Real Estate which then become BUILDING DYNAMICS Realty, where I was until Dec 2008, when it all crashed. I survived and am the Principal Broker for a new creation called MediaOne Real Estate. As of this writing, I have 7 beautiful grandchildren, all close by, at least for now. I actually became an active participant in the LDS Church with the mission to Italy (believe it or not) and have remained so with various opportunities to participate. I kept the old Mosrite guitar from the PoorBoys days. I've always played in some fashion and decided I should renew that most enjoyable pastime of 'rock 'n roll'. I've been playing and singing in a cover band, Auld'sKool (www.auldskoolrocks.com) My wife has been the stability and salvation through all this. She has come to understand my intolerable A.D.H.D personality. Not sure she likes it, but tells me she loves me, Thank you Barbara. I learn each morning. I learn that the life is an interesting ride each day. I don't know if I have any great perspective on life other than the truth of "perspective". Isn't it interesting how much we know now that we thought we knew then. Relationships are so important. Anger and fear are NOT good. We are not perfect, but we try again each morning don't we...

I love to golf and learned from a father who will be 90 years old the month of our 45th reunion (Sept. 1, 2013) and still tries to get to the country club to hit a ball.  What a great example.
I love to study scripture (sounds really strange from what you remember of me, I know, but isn't it interesting how life goes).  That study is so comforting and I am very open to other records of spiritual insight.
Having had the opportunity to be so involved in the preparation of this 40th reunion, especially with this website as the administrator, I've been overwhelmed with the interesting lives you have all led.  What fun to read and remember.  How humbling to know what some of you have accomplished while I just stayed here in Salt Lake (mostly).  Thank you for sharing and for participating in the foundational events of my life at Skyline High School.  
More later......

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Randy Parker
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Retired Married 2 Mr. Powell and Ms. Bailey Social Worker, Social Work Supervisor, Court Officer After retiring in 2010, my wife of 35 years, Mimi, and I have led a pretty quiet and comfortable life. Our greatest joy has been the arrival of our granddaughter in May 2012. Other interests include travel, reading and hobbies. Faith, family and friends are most important in life.
Things I remember about high school: great young people, memorable music and a wonderful school community. Send Randy a MessageSend Randy a Message
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