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Will ( Bill ) Parker
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Retired Married 4
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Gary Rasmussen
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January 19, 1945 Retired Married
I like to go to car shows and we like to travel.
Floyd Raymer
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January 13, 1945 Retired Overhaul/Repair Mechanic Married 4
Enjoying our 15 grandchildren (ages 4-19). Our most favorite travel destination is Hawaii.
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Steve Raymer
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September 25, 1945 University Professor steveraymer.com Married
Photojournalist, author, and educator Steve Raymer, a National Geographic magazine staff photographer for more than two decades, teaches visual journalism, media ethics, international newsgathering, and war correspondence at Indiana University in Bloomington. He is a tenured professor of journalism, as well as an adjunct faculty member of the university’s India Studies program. 

Raymer earned Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degrees at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and studied Soviet and Russian affairs at Stanford University as a John S. Knight Journalism Fellow. After service as a lieutenant in the United States Army, he joined the staff of National Geographic in 1972, launching a career that has taken him to more than 90 countries. From famines in Bangladesh and Ethiopia to the collapse of the Soviet Union, Raymer’s photographs have illustrated more than 30 bylined National Geographic articles and numerous other National Geographic articles, books, and multimedia presentations.

Among his notable National Geographic reportage are stories about the global hunger crisis (1975), the construction of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline (1976), the worldwide illegal trade in endangered animals (1981), Afghanistan’s capital of Kabul under Soviet occupation (1985), the humanitarian work of the International Committee of the Red Cross in more than a dozen war zones around the world (1986), the explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine (1987), and the tumultuous birth of a new and independent Russia (1990, 1991, 1993).

Raymer is author and photographer of Redeeming Calcutta: A Portrait of India’s Colonial Capital, published in 2012 by Oxford University Press; Images of a Journey: India in Diaspora, published in 2007 by Indiana University Press; Living Faith: Inside the Muslim World of Southeast Asia, published in 2001, and St. Petersburg, a 1994 illustrated book about the imperial Russian capital. He also is photographer of The Vietnamese Cookbook, published in 2000 and Land of the Ascending Dragon: Rediscovering Vietnam, published in 1997.

Under the auspices of the State Department, the Asia Society, and the Overseas Press Club, Raymer has lectured on photojournalism, the global news media, war correspondence, and media ethics in the United States, Great Britain, Russia, Poland, China, India, Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, Hong Kong, and Vietnam. He also has appeared on the “Today Show, ” the BBC radio and television, the Voice of America, and as a panelist and lecturer on war correspondence at The Freedom Forum’s Newseum in Washington, D.C.  Raymer also has been a DART Fellow in Reporting Trauma and Conflict at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

He is marrried to Dr. Barbara Skinner, a professor Russian history. Daughters Katelynn and Susanna live in Pittsburgh and Dubai respectively with their families.
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Elaine Reidel (Bartz)
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Retired Widowed 6
I married my soul mate in 1983 and we had a combined family of 6 children.  He passed away in 1992.  I have 14 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren.  I am retired after working 24 years at Hamilton Sundstrand.  The last 10 years of employment there I worked on the Space Shuttle program and various other programs.  I was nominated to see a Shuttle Launch just before I retired.  What a way to leave a company!  I keep busy volunteering at two hospitals, making cards and spending time with family and friends.
 
Hope to see you at the reunion!
 
 
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David Remmele
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retired accounting Prof. Married 2
My Life since Friday June 7, 1963 has been full.  I graduated from UW Madison  in 1967 with a degree in physics and an army ROTC commission.  After serving a year stateside and one in Vietnam I returned to UW obtaining a master's degree in Business Information Systems and worked 4 years for a public accounting firm as a CPA.  Then back to school to for 9 more years for  a Ph. D. in accounting and leading to a final 25 year carreer as the UW-Whitewater's "Rockin' Accounting Professor".  I retired on a lucky 7/7/07.
 
In 1978 I married Vietnamese refugee Thuy Pham.  She taught English (ESL) for Madison Public Schools until 2003.  In 2007  She became the first Asian-American ever elected to public office in the city of  Madison and served 2 terms as an Alder.  In 2011 she retired from politics and we have been catching up on all the activities, mainly gardening and world travelling, that we had been putting off until retirement.
 
I have a step son in Cottage Grove, my daughter died of SIDS in 1989 at 3 months.
My BMHS teacher dad lived to age 96 and my mother is doing well at 98 in assisted living in Beloit.
 
Barbara Reynolds (Poffenberger)
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March 09, 1945 Asst. Living Care Giver Married 3
I was retired for 2 years -- went back to work because I was bored. My husband Jerry and I love going to Florida in the winter. We also enjouy working in our yard, our 3 married daughters and 4 grandchildren. Two live in Beloit, the other lives in Maple Park, IL.
Kay Richardson (Utzig)
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September 15, 1945 Housewife Married 2
We enjoy going to our Lake Camelot property and spending time with our great-grandchildren. We attend grandson and great-granddaughter sporting events. We visit with close friends in Fort Myers Beach. Florida.
Merre Lynn Robertson (Bennett)
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July 05, 1945 Almost Retired Married 2
In November of 1964 I married Everett Bennett (BMHS class of 1960). We will be married 49 years this year. We have two daughter, Jennifer, 47 years and Audra, 45 years.  We have two grandchildren, Bennett, 16 years and Maggie, 13 years. We enjoy spending time with our family and friends, traveling, cooking etc. I enjoy exercising, knitting, volunteering,and sewing. We have much to be thankful for and are enjoying life at this age. Send Merre Lynn a MessageSend Merre Lynn a Message
Donna Rotschka (Kohl)
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July 07, 1945 Retired Teacher Married 4
Travels: We went with our church on a mission trip to Malawi, Africa. We also journeyed to Krueger National Park for a fabulour safari. We have toured Glacier with our travel friends.
 
Family: Brazil is one of our favorite destinations because our son and daughter-in-law live there. This past March they gave birth to a new grandson.
Our youngest daughter completed a tour of duty in the Persian Gulf with the US Coast Guard. We had a nice visit to California where she is attending USCG Medic school.
Arizona is another place we frequent to visit our older daughter and grandsons. She is still CEO of Anthem, AZ.
January this year was difficult. Our daughter, Cassie, passed into the arms of God leaving behind our 3 grandchildren.
 
Interests: I still volunteer at St. Joe Hospital and Terry completed his cell house visits as a chaplin in Stateville prison.
We are enjoying our townhome on Lake Waloon in Plainfield, IL. 
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