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Christine Robe
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Thomas Roberts
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William Roberts
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Mike Roman
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Robert Roper
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Anita Rosenberg (Ross)
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2016-09-10 14:24:42
I retired this year from all my careers: part-time Family Practice MD, part-time computer programmer/analyst for the Epic electronic medical record at Seattle’s Group Health, and professional belly dancer.
I graduated from Carleton College in anthropology-sociology in 1970, and spent a year living in Greece.  I've lived in the Pacific NW (mostly Seattle) since 1971, except for my Family Practice residency in Utah.  My husband grew up here, and isn’t willing to move anywhere else!  Prior to starting medical school in 1979, I also worked as an editor for multiple publications, a firefighter for the US Forest Service, and the assistant manager of a bookstore.  As part of my belly dance career, I won several dance awards and arts grants, and produced large theatrical and festival music and dance concerts.  Now that I'm retired, I still don't seem to have enough time to do everything I want to do!
 
 
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Marilyn Rosenblum (Kimmering)
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2016-02-21 15:00:14
From the 40th reunion:
 
I always felt pretty alienated by everything in high school so I don't have very warm memories of that 4 years. After high school I went to East Carolina College, which is now East Carolina University. The plan was that Bennie Polhman and I were going together, but she applied too late so I went alone. I met some wonderful friends there, discovered drugs, sex,rock-n-roll and also discovered that there was a war going on and people I knew were getting drafted and killed or were coming back horribly wounded and changed. I started out majoring in English and Balkan History, but soon discovered that if I wanted really good teachers they only taught the classes for folks majoring in their subject sooo....I changed my major regularly to get the good classes!! Needless to say, no degree! From there I went to G.W. U. and the Corcoran School of the Arts and began to get more active in  social change and justice, did the Counterinaugeral Ball and March during Nixon's regime..(remember that?)  From there to San Francisco for a couple of years, involved in the People's Park protests and anti war demonstrations, fell in love, went back to East Carolina where my future husband joined me. We were married by the judged who booked us (!!), spent the night in jail, then hitchiked back to Ca. the next day. There's actually a write-up of the wedding in a couple of N Carolina papers, one titled  "In Bonds Of..." From San Fransisco up to  Tacoma, Washington by way of friends met in Frisco to a tiny community right on the banks of Puget Sound called Salmon Beach. At the base of a 200 foot cliff reached by boat or going up and down about 200 stairs, "the poor man's fitness club". The houses are built on pilings right on the beach with a trail running behind. I bought my house for...are you ready...$2,700 back in '71...best investment I ever made! Anyway, let's fast-forward, shall we? 2 sons later, Jesse, now 33 years old is a commercial electrician and lives on a boat on Lake Washington and Robin, 28 years old is married and almost finished with his Master's in green architecture.  Rick and I divorced after 9 years of an interesting but very crappy marriage, I  moved away from the beach and went back to school and became an Occupational Therapist with a specialty in mental health (wonder why, duh!), then became a Mental Health therapist and have worked for Comprehensive Mental Health in Tacoma Wa for 22 years. I still am very active in peace, social justice and community issues to the point where I feel like I really don't have time for a day job!  Anyway, to wind up this windy bio, my life is interesting, busy, with a wonderful group of friends and an activist community. I spend as much time as I can gardening and with my 2 gigantic doggies and with my best friend Xeno and his 2 gigantic doggies.
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Sue Kay Rosenfeld
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2015-12-09 14:30:02
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