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Barbara Schindler (Armstrong)
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Rretired Married 2
Greetings, Class of '66! I'm looking forward to re-familiarizing myself with your faces at the reunion. The list of names is sure a trip down memory lane.

After graduating from Mizzou in 1971, I married Scott Armstrong, a fellow physics major. We have two sons, no daughters-in-law or grandchildren. We've lived in Alexandria VA, Rochester NY, South Pasadena CA, and now for 20 years in Fort Wayne IN. My list of jobs would sound like fiction, so I'll just say we are happily retired now and enjoying traveling as much as we can. My mother and my younger sister still live in Kansas City North, so we are back in town several times a year.
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Keith (Scoggins)
Civil Engineer Married 4
After Oak Park I went to Rolla and graduated in ‘71.  In the fall of ‘72 Kathy and I married.  From KC, my job took us west in the spring of ’76.  The kids grew up in Wyoming, Arizona, Oregon, Washington, and Colorado.  I have spent most of my time designing highways and interchanges.  A 10 year assignment brought Kathy and I back to Oregon in 2004.  We will most likely stay in Salem, Oregon until the time comes to retire. Send Keith a MessageSend Keith a Message
Bob Seay
Retired Married 3
NKCHS was one of the memorable experiences in my life. Received a degree in Economics from UMKC, followed by some post-graduate work.  I have been married for 45 years, have three children and six grandchildren. I worked in the insurance industry for 27 years followed by 10 years as a contract administrator for a German Engineering company and a couple of contract assignments before retiring.

Since retiring, I have worked as a docent and docent trainer at the Will Rogers Memorial Museums in Claremore, OK. This has given me the opportunity to meet people from all over the US and from countries around the world.
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Arlis " Skip " Stegink
retired Married 2
Well its been 50 years lot has happened since than went into Army month after graduation got married got discarded from Army in 1968. Had a beautiful baby girl that same month. Got a divorce and remarried in 1981 to my woderful wife Linda we had a Boy now he is married and we have a wonderful Grandson who spends alot of time with us at our lake home at Lake of the Ozarks.Came back to nkc area a worked as a manager for my Dad at Smaks Drive In .I left Smaks and worked for Macy's Auto Center next to Smaks for two years. Than I started a long career with MId-Central Fish which then became Sysco Foods I was with them for 28 years in Sales.I retired in 2004. Now I work a couple of day a week for North Kansas City Transportation on Special Needs Bus or wherever they need me.       Send Arlis   " Skip " a MessageSend Arlis " Skip " a Message
Linda Stewart (Mayfield)
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retired Married 1
In 1969 I moved to Southern California where I have lived ever since.  For 38 years I worked in the finance, banking and mortgage world in many positions from sales, collections, marketing and underwriting.  That business world is where I met Noel, my husband of 41 years.  Noel and I have worked together, as well as competitively, and made it work out!  At least you understand what the other has faced during their work day.  In 2003 Noel retired and I followed his lead in 2005.  

We have one son, Jeffrey, age 34.  He has given us one adorable grandson, Hunter, who was born in September 2015.  We are expecting there to be more grandkids in our future!

We keep very busy traveling, road biking, going to the gym and generally trying to stay healthy.  After all, I didn't get to be a grandparent till I was 67 and I have to make it last!  Since retiring, Noel and I have both been volunteers with the Chino Hills Police Department.  It is a long story and I will have to explain that path in person.  We have lived in Chino Hills, CA since 1975 and we love this area and this city.  
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Martha Stewart (Robertson)
retired clergy, professor Divorced
Drury College AB 1970.  Eden Theological Seminary MDiv 1979.  Chicago Theological Seminary DMin 1999.  I retired in 2014 after 15 years on the faculty at aforementioned Eden Seminary in Webster Groves, just outside St Louis.  A great gig.   Prior to that I served local churches in Prairie Village; Red Oak, Iowa; and Big Rapids, Michigan, and lived for 10 years in Tiffin OH while serving on the staff of the Ohio Conference of the United Church of Christ (UCC).  Ordained UCC 6-3-1979.
Married 1970 David L. Due.  Divorced 2000.  I took my mother's maiden name, Robertson, after my divorce.  No kids.  
Just now I'm working part-time in pastoral care at a UMC congregation in Webster Groves.  I volunteer at a fair-trade store, travel, tend my dogs, and read.  Get to KC several times a year; my brother Bob ( OPHS 73) and his wife Karen, + 2 nephews and a niece + families live in KC.  My mom Joanne Stewart will be 90 this year and we're celebrating the same weekend as the reunion.  My sister Sarah (OPHS 69) lives here in Saint Louis and we lost my sister Amy (OPHS 68) to cancer last year.  
BTW I'm more interested in an informal gathering, like the Fri. night one or the Sunday picnic, than I am in a dinner.  Please be in touch, especially if you're a SOM cast member or sang in A Cappella.  I don't know ... I just have this fantasy of bursting into song.  At the reunion I mean.  
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richard stewart
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retired from nkcfd Married 2
One week after graduation I was in Marine Corps bootcamp. Served in Pakistan, Beirut, and Vietnam. I have been married to Marilyn Babb (class of 67) for 44 years, we have a son and daughter and four grandchildren.
I retired in 2010 after 39 years on the North Kansas City Fire Dept. I'm in my third two year term as a member of the NKC City Council.
Since retirement Marilyn and I have traveled alot in Europe and South America.
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Becky Stokes (Long)
Retired teacher Divorced 1
Went to NWMS in Maryville one year. Next year I went to Madrid, Spain, a semester. When I got back, I went to UMKC and graduated from there. Taught a year as an 8th grade teacher in Okinawa. As Vietnam wound down we went to Fairbanks, Alaska. Been there nearly 44 years. Taught 4 or 5 years as an 8th grade teacher.  Pooped out on that but then they offered me a job as a Bilingual/Bicultural teacher. Not what the title is now. It fit me fine. Brand new job early on in the program. Not a traditional teacher. Lots of freedom to invent as I saw fit. I was based out of the biggest high school in Fbx.  Kept it up till retiring about ten years ago. 

Retirement these days offers plenty of chances to see son and two adorable grandkids.

This is the first reunion I've been to. I'm impressed with all the work. 
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Rebecca K Tillman
Retired Divorced
Rebecca K Tillman

Right out of high school I had no direction and little drive career wise.  I first worked clerical positions and found them to not be my niche, plus, I was mostly terrible at it.  Ultimately I became interested in the mechanisms of our judicial systems and began college when I was age 26.  I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice Administration from the University of Missouri at Kansas City, followed by a Masters of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg, MO.  While in college, I worked three part-time jobs during my six-years of being a full-time student.  Those jobs included me working as a civil Process Server (subpoenas); a tech in the Drug/Alcohol Treatment Unit of North Kansas City Hospital; investigated several types of civil cases which included vehicular accidents; workplace injuries (for attorneys representing employees or the corporations); wrongful death; medical mal-practice; personal injury; and nullification of wills for private and corporate attorneys.

While in my last semester at Central Missouri State University, I began full-time employment at the Jackson Country Prosecutor’s Office in Kansas City, MO, as an investigator on the Career Criminal Unit.  Out of the eight years I was employed there, the last three I was the Victim Advocate/Assistant on the newly established Sexual Assault Prosecution Team, one of the first such specialized prosecution units in the country.  I trained the “Specialty Team Approach” to other prosecutors’ offices around the U.S.  From that employment I was hired as the Law Enforcement Coordinator at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western of Missouri, in downtown Kansas City.  There I worked with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies throughout the “District” which is comprised of sixty-six counties in the western half of Missouri.  I traveled in and out of my District a great deal of the time.  My responsibilities included teaching and sponsoring law enforcement training where there was a void of legal  guidance on a variety of state and federal law enforcement topics and crime trends.  I also assisted state and local law enforcement how they could meet specific criteria and could participate in federal investigations by taking  advantage of applicable federal laws. 

I retired from DOJ in 2007.   I was very fortunate to really have liked my careers in my twenty-eight years in law enforcement.  However, as I drove out of the federal employees parking lot for the last time, with my car packed full with all my personal belongings from tall lamps to fake plants, I never looked back.  Retirement is wonderful.   I have always resided in Kansas City North.  Life is good. 
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Marilyn Treptow (Dexter)
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Married 2
Hello from SW MO,

I am sorry that I won't be able to attend the reunion but have many fond thoughts of NKCHS, especially working on the Buzz!!! Good times there.

After leaving NKC I attended Baker University in Baldwin, KS, then transferred to UMKC. I got married and we traveled while my husband was in the Air Force, then lived in Columbia, MO, where I completed my BS in Medical Technology. I worked at the med center there while my husband finished med school, then we moved to Springfield, MO, in 1979. We have 2 boys, both married, and 3 grandchildren. We are hoping to move to AZ in the near future.

Spare time is plentiful now that my husband has retired, and we love bicycling. We have started riding a tandem as well as single bikes, and have been lucky enough to travel quite a bit both on cycling trips as well as pleasure trips. This summer we traveled to Norway on a cruise--seeing the Midnight Sun was the only item on my bucket list and has now been checked off.

I discovered a love of genealogy about 30 years ago and traced my family back many generations. I am lucky to be able to keep very active in the Daughters of the American Revolution and other lineage societies.

Hopefully there will be many photos uploaded by those who actually can attend!

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