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Sharon Wingfield
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August 27, 1969 Educator Single 1 Being on the Trojanette drill team. I've lived in Greece, Italy, and Israel. I've traveled extensively and was able to experience so many different cultures.
Hello everyone.   Wow it's been a long time!   The site is pretty cool!   It's so nice to see everyone doing so well. Send Sharon a MessageSend Sharon a Message
Anthony Winters
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July 26, 1969 Retired Divorced 2 TIM All the times with Jim M, Jeff S, Matt C, George F and all the beautiful girls like Jennie S, Wendy E, and too many to count-you know who you are.
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michelle wolf
currently between careers Single
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john york
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residentiat refuse relocating speacialist Divorced
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Paul Yu
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Professor of Mathematics Education Married 3 Waiting for puberty... although prom, gymnastics (I still have/use my "Go for it!" keychain), and getting suspended for trying to go out for lunch on 18th birthday in the second semester of my senior year stick out too. Waiting for puberty... and other life changing experiences like marriage to Joanna (I married up), the birth of my three beautiful children (Maiya, Evan and Elena), and mission trips to Zimbabwe, Romania and Alaska were amazingly special too.
Still waiting for puberty as I long to finally buy clothes in the men's department, although I do have to shave every other day now... In the meantime my family lives in West Michigan in Grand Haven in the greater Grand Rapids area. Since our 10th reunion (where you all met Joanna) I had three kids, finished my PhD in Mathematics Education from ISU and took a faculty position at Grand Valley State University. Unfortunately, I'm the kind of Doctor that (a) really can't help people, and (b) doesn't make a lot of money, but I do get the month of May off too, which is a step up from June, July and August, the top three reasons I went into high school teaching in the first place. Honestly, 20 years ago in Mrs. Walker's Calculus BC class, I made the decision to be a high school math teacher and am fortunate enough to have a career that I still can't believe I get paid to do. When I'm not in the classroom, I'm still doing art (ceramic pottery), still playing music (leading worship at my church), and still doing gymnastics (as I coach my 3 year old's class). I can't wait to see as many of you that can make it! This website has thrown me into moments of nostelga as I recall the sights, sounds and smells of my high school experience that while 20 years past, seems like yesterday... like wearing black on spirit day, which in hindsight was really a reflection of true class solidarity and creativity... or choosing for your prom king a short Asian kid that went through high school for 3 and half years in social anonymity, but was thrown on the ballot by a group of friends that were really thinking outside of the social box; a thought that was supported by many of you in the class. Its a fond thought not because of some artificially created individual significance of my being prom king, rather the fondness lies in my memories of the friends and fellow classmates that were willing to step outside of the norm to create a real life John Hughes moment... (Anthony Michael Hall would have been proud!) See you this Fall! Cheers, Paul ps - The teenaged Asian girl in our family picture is Jin Kim, a Korean high school exchange student that is staying with us for the year... when she saw my senior picture in my yearbook, she burst out in laughter. I guess it was my haircut :) Send Paul a MessageSend Paul a Message
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