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Rod Pipella
commercial real estate agent Married 1 good question lawyer, commercial real estate development and commercial real estate agent I graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in finance. I went to law school at BYU where I was a member of the charter class. I must mention at this point that I was one of only two non-members in my graduating class. I was admitted to the Utah Bar in 1976 and I have spent my entire career working in the real estate business in Salt Lake City. I was a member of the 19th Special Forces for ten years. I joined the guard during my first year in college to avoid the draft and then drew number 321 in the lottery two years later. I have been married to the same lovely lady for 40 years and we have one daughter who is a nurse at Primary Children's Hospital. I've had the great good fortune to enjoy a few adventures along the way. I raced moto cross and I've raced bicycles. I've been trekking in Nepal. I've been canoing in the Boundary Waters. I've hiked the length of the Wind River Mountains. I've snorkled in Tahiti and been attacked by chiggers in Costa Rica. I'd like to think that who I am has more to do with the adventures and my relationships with my wife, family and friends than it has to do with what I did to make money. I have learned that my greatest possessions are my memories. Memories of my marriage, the births of my daughter and my grandson, the voices and laughter of my friends and family and memories of the places I've been and the things that I've seen.
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Rosemary (Rosie) Poll (Hawkes)
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Grandmother Married 2 Bonnie Bates Coop, Mrs. Smiley retail sales, and management,banking,medical office manager for Pediatrics, Family Practice and ENT Drs., custom wedding gown designer/seamstress I met and married Steve Hawkes, from Honeyville, Ut. after attending USU for two years, had two georgeous daughters, Stephanie and Mandie,and lived seveal places, including Anchorage Alaska for four years. We settled in Layton, Ut, where we have remained for the bulk of our 37 years together. We have 7 absolutely beautiful grandchildren, Dakota, Jayden, Whitt, Jace,twins- Brylee & Bodree and Hailie. 5 Boys after having only daughters wears me out, and the twins are a pair of energizer bunnies. They're envolved in everything, therefore I am too. Sports, hunting, fishing, rodeo and fun. Being empty nesters has allowed Steve and I time to travel a little, we've traded our huge garden for a swimming pool our "little oasis". It's much easier to take care of, although we did keep a little room to still garden. Our barn is now empty as well. It seems most of the animals left when the girls did, especially the horses, goats, and cattle. However, with one son-in-law a Vet, and the other a cattleman,and both being in rodeo, we seem to not miss them. We do still have Labs,a 15 yr old chocolate, the other a year old black. I've been toying with an idea to breed Cinder, to a Standard Poodle, I understand the breed makes great bird dogs. I'm not sure if I have the energy though. While Steve has been in construction, now VP of Operations for Burton Lumber, (yes that's our Senior Pres.'s family buisness); I have done numerous jobs. My favorite was working from home and designing and making wedding gowns,which I have done off and on since High school, and around all my other jobs. "When things get you down, just keep one foot in front of the other, it will lead you somewhere." and "Enjoy each and every moment of your life, you don't ever get it back".
Dear Class, It has been so fun to catch up on where and what everyone is doing.  I haven't thought of High School for sooo long.  I guess life just has a habit of moving on.  My best to everyone, not sure if we can make it to any festivities, but will try... Grandchildren take presidence in our lives now, and they are envolved in "Little Wrangler Rodeo"  both days of the reunion. Send Rosemary (Rosie) a MessageSend Rosemary (Rosie) a Message
Laura Powell
Search Executive (head hunter) Married 1 Miss Beal Banker, Commercial Lender, Non-profit board president, Mom I've lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for 36 years, mostly in Marin County. Married to Chuck almost 20 years, and we are blessed with good health, good work, good humor, and a fabulous kid. The only thing that really matters is the quality of one's relationships with friends, family, co-workers, the community, the world.
Chuck Byce, husband
Morgan Byce, daughter - senior in high school
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Donald Prater
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Store Manager TJMax Married 4 Mr. Bird and Mr. Crump Merchandise Manager, Sr. Merchandise Manager, Operational Manager, Retired from JCPenney After graduating from Skyline went to U of U and graduated in 1972 in Psychology. Started working for JCPenney after short stint as a counselor. Worked as a buyer and merchandise trainer for 33 years, training new buyers and closing and opening new stores. Retired after 33 years and started as Store Manager with TJMax - moving back to Cheyenne, Wyoming. Life is short and retirement won't be here soon enough.
Wife Liz, Children: Eddie, Elise, Chris, Brian, Grandchildren: Stephanny, Melissa
Janet Rees (Erskine)
Retired Divorced 1 Dr. Ripplinger Payroll, Accounts Payable/Receivable and Advertising I was married in March or 1969 and I divorced in March or 1972. I have one son, Sean and 2 grandsons, Tyler who is 25 and Josh who is 18. All 3 of them are wildland firefighters. Sean is just completing his 18th year, Tyler is finishing his 8th year and Josh just got his red card just before school started. All 3 of them are Skyline Eagles. I spent 27 years in the Classified Dept. of NAC, the last 6 as Administrative Assistant for the Real Estate Division. I then spent 10 years at ADP (Automatic Data Processing). I retired in 2015. I am really looking forward to the 50th Reunion and hope to stay in touch with the Concert Choir members. Dr. Ripplinger and Mr. Wilson were my favorite teachers. When I attended the U of U I majored in music and minored in History. I've learned that life is too short to worry about the small stuff. Spending time with my family is very important, especially since I have lost both my parents. Don't ever miss a chance to tell those people you care about that you love them.
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Becky Richards (Stoker)
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Married 6
I still feel like the person on the left, but a glance in the mirror reminds me that 40 years have flown by!  Doug and I married in 1969, spent four years in San Francisco, and then returned to SLC so we could enjoy and be near our families.  After raising our children in the Sugar House area, we built a home within Skyline's boundaries and in the same neighborhood where I grew up.  The photo on the right describes our happy role as grandparents today.  I'm making every effort to stay in shape so I can keep up with nine vibrant grandkids!
Hope to see you all in September. . . . . .
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Donna Rogers (Rand)
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retired Widowed 4 Fashion Buyer/Manager Enjoying retirement in the desert and traveling the world.
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Vicki Rowley (Knowlton)
Housewife Married 5 6th grade teacher, executive secretary
Married to the same great guy for 37 years. 5 children 12 grandchildren Send Vicki a MessageSend Vicki a Message
Charles Rowsell
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CIO Married Mrs. West (6th Grade) Mr Crump - Economics Police Officer, Computer Analyst (Software)/Consultant, International Business Development Our perceptions are the product of our experiences and upbringing. Let new experiences enhance and broaden your perceptions.
Forty years, three major careers... I guess I still haven't decided what I want to be when I grow up! Ten years in Los Angeles as a Police Officer for the City of Culver City, (Home of MGM and now Sony Studios to name two.) which was seldom boring and extremely intense on more than a few occasions. A career ending injury and off into the world of software development for Airlines and Banks, using Assembler language and complex high speed real time systems. If anyone flies United or American, or has a reservation using SABRE, some of my coding was probably involved. The same for Visa transactions, as I got around as an employee and consultant over my 15 years in the field. It  gave me the opportunity to live in Europe, see 15 countries and meet my future wife and soulmate. (Took me 10 years to get her to marry me though...) Now I am in a very interesting position dealing with the Chinese Government and major international corporations. (www.aaffg.com and www.bosonda.com.cn) It keeps me in Hong Kong far too much and creates a lot of 20 hour work days. When I can, I return to my home in the San Francisco Bay area. 
In the picture, I am standing on the Kowloon side at Ocean Terminal and the Star Ferry building. Behind me is Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island. The tallest building being the International Financial Center (IFC) in Central, with the Bank of China on the left with the white lights forming 'X' boxes.

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Christine Service (Bennion)
Insurance Agent Widowed 2
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