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Garth "Dharm" Hall
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Lawyer-Linguist www.eftacourt.int Married 2 Not yet! Maybe the 40th? After a year at UCSD, hitched around the lower 48, ended up in Alaska, worked at a daycare center for 2 years, became a Sikh. Studied Elementary Ed at UAA for 2 years. Studied Eskimology in Copenhagen for 4 years, including a year in Greenland. Taught English at a Buddhist monastary near Lake Baikal in Siberia, became a Buddhist, met the woman of my dreams, we have two sons. Taught languages and DJ'd in Alaska for 4 years, then taught English in Japan for a year. Did M.A. in Linguistics at U of Colorado Boulder, then JD at Catholic U in DC. Now working at the EFTA Court, with one son in college and the other a senior in high school. Try lotsa new stuff. Don't be afraid to get your hands dirty. Find something you can really put your heart into, and go all the way. Make mistakes, forgive yourself, then look around and forgive everybody else because they're all in the same boat. Remember that somebody loves you and that they are praying for you. There is always somebody close by who wants to help you, and there is also somebody close by who needs your help. 2008-08-25 18:27:26
Nikki Holmes
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Realtor www.NikkiHolmes.com Divorced Watching the football games on horseback with Cheryl Sutton, Short days on B-days when I had no classes! Horses & riding, writing, dancing, skiing (occasionally) Nope! Oh, goodness. I can't seem to stop looking for that one right "dream"... 1980's were spent working for Palo Alto towing companies, then owning and operating my own. Realizing that it was not to my 'full potential' to do that, and then heading back to college at 28. At UC Davis for a few years, (married AND divorced while there) and outta there with a degree in Civil Engineering. I worked as an engineer for the Army Corps of Engineers for about 7 years, and foolishly left for a field job with CalTrans. All the while, I was also in a new relationship and living in Auburn, California. We were investing in real estate and building a large scale equestrian facility so that he had some means of support. About the same time I left engineering, I left him. I hung up my engineering hat one Friday afternoon, and went off to find my fortune as a Realtor. Five years later, I'm still doing that. Happily. I still have horses, and still have my engineers license, and I often look at things the way an engineer would. But, since I come from a family of artists, engineeers, and writers, I add a bit of each to my brand of life. Hopefully, I'm going to be able to bring to the reunion my boyfriend of 2+ years, Jeff. We'll see. He may be working. ;) The cool ones aren't as cool as you think, and the rest are probably actually cooler than you think. If you think you are the youngest, you are probably older than many of them. And everybody is worried about what everybody else is thinking. Have fun! 2018-07-16 19:00:25
Awesome job, you all who made this event/web site/connection into something real!  Thank you!
Karen Husher
Gardener Single 2008-03-25 09:44:57
Jamie Hackel (Hyams)
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Executive Director, Contra Costa JCC Married 2 cycling 2008-07-23 19:16:03
Lise Knox-Seith
Software Consultant www.arose.us Single Again Listening to Stanley Jordan play guitar outside Breeding a Yorkie, playing bass guitar, art, and a million other things. Yes, the one ten years ago. No good! Guess that's a surprise, hunh? Actually, I'm still pretty serious. Made a living as an engineer and consultant. That can be a little dry so I got interested in music. You can guess what happened then. Being in love with a musician is not a prescription for a traditional life, though the music has kind of rubbed off on me. My big fear now is we'll end up back together and I'll live like this the rest of my life, yikes. Some people think they named the "Lisa" after me. I don't like fame, though. The economy's been bad so I moved out to farm country. But I don't have any cows or horses - yet. Just small furry critters so far. Wow. I'll have to think about that. 2008-09-24 19:44:27
Loura Borges (Kobza)
Married 2 No 2008-08-07 23:39:32
Cyndy Laing (Laing-Curtis)
Healthcare Marketing and Public Relations 5 all of junior year....gymnastics team....homecoming dance, tennis, scuba diving 2018-07-17 14:00:33
Andi Leis
Married 1 2008-08-01 23:36:41
Bill Lowe
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Director, Business Analytics, Pharmaceuticals Married 2 Jazz Band, Track and Field, People (definitely not math) Adventure Racing, Golf, Camping, Travel Yes This question makes me feel old...all I will say is that I plan on staying active and doing more with my family, especially before the kids are off to college. Most important thing we have done a lot of is travel and camp, and that is essentially still what I want to do more of. We hiked into the Grand Canyon this year, getting out is someting to brag about! I guess that one covered several million years of history... I would recommend traveling around the world before you start college, or before you start working, hard to do that after you start work and family. 2008-09-28 22:06:27
Looking forward to seeing everyone!
Bill Lowe
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Retired/Part Time Analytics Consulting Married 2 Jazz Band, Track, Cross Country, Fellow Students Hang Gliding, Adventure Racing, IronMan, Golf, Hiking, Travel Several Graduated from UC Davis (barely, achieved double secret probation), then received MBA and worked long and hard, but always had fun along the way. Relocated to AZ in 2005, looking forward to enjoying both locations now since we kept our original house in Danville. Travel before college and/or before starting your work life, it is an education in itself relative to people, cultures, one great world! 2018-09-13 23:18:14
Phil March
Single Again 2 2008-08-12 12:30:45
Stacey Kravitz (Martin)
Child Nutrition Consultant Married 3 10 year 2008-08-24 21:49:41
Susan Mazze
Domestic Goddess Married 2 Anything not sitting at a desk 10th I spent 24 years as a structural engineer, most of it at Northrop Grumman. I tried to balance my time between work and raising my daughter. When my 6 year old son was born, I started working part time to have more time with both kids. I quit 2 years ago to stay home and work at my son's school. My lovely 19 year old daughter is now in college. Take your time in school figuring out what you want to do. Be a foreign exchange student, join the Peace Corps. You will still have 45 years in the work force. 2018-07-16 19:08:27
Gary Meyer
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Department Chair Married 6 Giving Ralph Galloway a hard time Golf, Motocross, Motorcycles nope I have several careers changes from Radio personality in San Francisco, personal and touring Bodyguard for 17 years,and automotive smog tech. to a automotive trade school teacher at Sequoia institute (which is now Wyotech) where I still work as Diagnostic and State of California Smog Program Department Chair. to the freshmen don't piss off the Seniors, and to the seniors it is a tough world out there, be prepared. 2018-07-13 14:22:09

I am hoping to see some old friends, and renew the friendships. GO TITANS

Bob Meyerott
Money Manager Married 4 Baseball /girls and Cars sports,cars,Finance and family 10 year and 20 year I have been living by the beach in La Jolla CA with my great wife Jannine raising 4 kids,one girl and three boys.I stayed in San Diego after attending San Diego State business school.I manage money at Morgan Stanley in La Jolla.I truly enjoy Finance.My wife and kids are my whole life.We go to alot of baseball and football games.I have coached baseball for over 20 years.We enjoy going to the mountains and the beach in the summer.I love going to New York and working on Wall Street.Love the action. Go for it! Life is great make the most of it. 2018-07-16 19:07:30
Jenny Dienger (Moon)
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MS Science Teacher Widowed 2 Water polo games with the guys I still swim, ski, backpack, travel, run and boat (kayak, raft, sail) when I can get outside. Otherwise I read, sing, and spend time with the family. yes, the 10th & 20th reunions Graduated from UCD with BS & MS in Geology; led Sierra Club backpack, canoe and sea kayak trips in the west and Alaska; worked as a white water rafting guide, continue teaching middle school science- 21 years so far-the last 14 in Bend, OR; married an outdoor enthusiast and woodworker; raising 2 incredible boys and loving every day living in Bend. On Aug. 13, 2008, just last week my husband, Keith was killed while riding his bike home from work. We are having a difficult time adjusting right now. But I am looking forward to reconnecting with fellow classmates to help me focus on the good times. 2018-07-16 19:03:31
Charles Moore
Computer Programmer Married 2 I went to Swarthmore College and got a B.A. in economics. I then went to graduate school twice: once at the University of Chicago, getting an M.A. in economics and then at the University of Washington in Seattle, getting an M.A. in computer science. In 1991, I joined Microsoft as a developer and have been there (except for a 14 month hiatus in 2000 - 2001) ever since. 2018-07-16 19:04:21
Tom Nelson
Brewmaster Single Spending a year abroad in Santiago, Chile Westerns, WW2 & Wine Tasting on Weekends Yes, the 10 year reunion. I am still undecided on the benefits of Advanced Education/Higher Learning. After bouncing around for 10 years in California between school & work, I decided to pursue a career in brewing. Some of you were my first guinea pigs, if you attended the golf outing back during the 10 year reunion in 1988. I spent the next 10 years in Texas honing my brewing skills while finally graduating with my BA in Spanish @ the University of Texas while serving my country in the ARMY/Texas National Guard. Presently I am living near Chicago as a Brewmaster for one of the largest Brewpub Chains in the country. Consider it a labor of love. On weekends I enjoy some of the finer things in life, such as classical music & wine tasting. Find something you enjoy in life and find find a way to get paid doing it. That way, you will never be bored or disappointed with your life. I am living proof of that philosophy. 2008-10-19 10:34:47
Missed the 30th reunion by 2 weeks. I visit my folks in Palo Alto twice a year.
Wendy Campbell (Nelson)
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On hiatus Married 3 Lunchtimes, Mrs. Grippo's history class, Mr. Farrell's English class, math with Mr. Musgrave, chemistry with Mrs. Antoun, Millard Fillmore competitions music, reading, traveling, gardening, exercise yes Received bachelor's from Stanford in mathematical sciences. Brief career as a secondary math teacher, followed by 10 years as Production Editor for Annual Reviews, 4 years at home, 16 years teaching Kindermusik, and 4 years as a law firm receptionist. Married in 1987 and have raised three boys, youngest now just starting college. Have been fortunate to enjoy many family trips throughout the continental U.S. and to Puerto Rico, Alaska, Europe, and most recently Japan. Keep a balance with academics and other activities. Don't think your academics have to be perfect and give up doing anything else during high school or college. Those other activities can teach as much as you learn in the classroom and help you develop meaningful friendships. 2018-10-09 01:00:33
Corinne Cottle (O'Connell)
Systems Analyst Married 1 Going to lots of concerts, hanging out with friends, being in the El Camino Youth Symphony Alternative medicine, nutrition, fitness, podcasts, gardening, music, going to concerts Yes, the 10, 20, and 30 year reunions Living in Europe. Graduating from Stanford. Working at UCSC. Working in software industry for 15 years. Teaching aerobics during the 80s. Getting married. Being a mom. Enjoying my life by the ocean. Planning this reunion! Enjoy the experience and be open to possibilities. You never know what might interest you! 2018-07-17 12:46:16
Looking forward to seeing everyone at the reunion! Thanks to everyone who has helped out with the reunion planning! There's still a lot more to do so contact me if you want to help out!
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