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10/12/09 09:33 PM #1    

Edward Dunn

Welcome to the Los Alamos High School Class Of 1980 forums. Please press "Post Response" to participate in the discussion.

10/26/09 09:31 PM #2    

Gina Chavez (Simpson)

Thanks for putting this website up. It would be nice if everyone participates.

10/27/09 11:21 PM #3    

Edward Dunn

Thanks! Hope you will be attending the Reunion. If you have any suggestions or ideas on how to make it better, please don't hesitate to let us know. We want to make this a place that will you will come back to again and again...All the best!

01/18/10 11:52 AM #4    


Chip Kosty

Why do we lose the music when we switch from the home page?

05/03/10 05:27 PM #5    


John Johnson

Finallly found the web site, only wish it had been earlier.  I'm interested in hearing from any and all veterans  of the class of '80, particularly those who wore (wear?) the silly blue suit of the USAF.  I've finally firmed up my retirement date, CBPO declared me officially mad as a march hare when I set it as Dec. 21, 2012.  So in 2 years I get to see what total civilian life is like.

Capt. John B. Johnson IV, USAFR

Chattanooga, TN

Strategic Air Command - Peace is our Profession

Global devastation is more of a pastime!


05/10/10 02:37 PM #6    

Rita Romero (Butler)

Dear Classmates,

I want to let you know about an exhibition that will be at The Albuqurque Museum of Art and History May 16 - August 8.  Turner to Cezanne: Masterpieces from the Davies Collection, National Museum Wales will make its final North American Museum stop at The Albuquerque Museum - 19th and Mountain Rd NW (in Old Town).

This is an amazing collection of 19th century masterpieces of artists such as Renoir, Van Gogh, Whistler, Daumier, Manet, Pisarro, Millet, Monet and of course Tuner and Cezanne.

Please come and enjoy!  Rita

06/27/10 08:08 PM #7    


Sonja Rodenz

I want to thank Eddie and his team of volunteers for a wonderful weekend!!  Q and I had such a good time and it was so nice to reconnect with friends who I have not seen in many, many years!  Good luck to you all and see you at the next reunion (or hopefully before - 10 years is much too long)!  Sonja

06/29/10 02:41 AM #8    

Greg Hesch

 Hey everyone, it was sure great to see all the great pictures of the reunion. It made me very home sick for the states, and the mountains of home. I was hoping to be able to attend this year but duties here in Iraq took priority. None the less it was great to see familiar faces. Thanks for posting pictures and it was a great blast from the past. everyone looks great and all have aged with grace. 

Thank and take care Greg Hesch

07/03/10 02:13 AM #9    

Keith Evans (Evans)

Thanks for posting pictures!

07/10/10 06:59 PM #10    


John Johnson

Hey, everyone...sorry to have missed yet another chance to see y'all, but the familiar phrase 'Duty Calls' is becoming a irritating refrain in my life.  Everybody looked great, but how our town has changed!  I wonder if I'd even recognize Lost Almost anymore... ( ** deep sigh **)  The pictures were wonderful, you peeps haven't changed a day since that Summer afternoon so long ago.  It is reassuring to see that such a major touchstone with the past is still alive and well (and looking good, into the bargain!)  Take care, all.  Be well, class of '80.



01/02/11 01:13 AM #11    


Chip Kosty

It is the new year and 2010 was a great one for the class of 80  Make it your new years resolution to use this web site and keep in touch with other classmates. As the years sneak by it is those bonds of friendship that will help see you through the challenging times.  My best wishes to all for a happy and safe 2011.  chip  

08/31/11 11:15 PM #12    

Kathy Bouchard (Hatch)

It is so good to see how everyone is doing, I think that this is a great way to connect!

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