Top Row: Dan Baker, Bob Clark, Dennis Peterson, Phil Hazen, Bob Colombo, Larry Muller, Gary Ervin, Mike Silverthorn, Dave Sullivan, Dan Wakefield, Dave Reinheimer, Ed Wick, Dan Hefel, Jim DelGiorno
Middle Row: John Heil, Brad Jimerson, Jim Julien, Larry Jackson, Larry Parkhurst, Jay Eilers, Jim Hallums, Pat Armendariz, Bill Damron, Pat O’Leary, Mark Hannan, Dave Krautschied, Norm Miller, George Schorr, James Duke, Al Werth, Clyde Crossguns, Ed Ramon, Darrell Heinsohn
Bottom Row: Newman Taylor, Larry Wedig, Bob Worrall, Mike Horigan, Doug Grier, Rick Browne, Chuck German, Corbin Cherry, Dave Testerman, Leo Flory, Bill Kaufman, Dwayne Huseman, James Estes, Lyle Kohmetcher, John Marks
Missing From Photo: Carson Crouse, Larry Trask
As you can see, 68-69 had the biggest showing.
26 states and 1 foreign country were represented by those attending the reunion!
REUNION 2005 AFTER ACTION REPORT:
Reunion was held at the brand new and beautiful
Dinner was enjoyed by all on Friday night at the Casino buffet.
Hosts for REUNION
James and Sandy Duke
The Saturday afternoon party at the Duke Ranch was something to remember for a lifetime.
It started with Cowboy Mounted Shooting
Photo of Bob Columbo courtesy of Al Werth
There were cowboys, Indians, live Western Music and best of all a real Chuckwagon and the best darn steak you ever tasted, served from the chuckwagon with a real cowboy meal. Even the dessert was cooked in a cast iron dutch oven over hot coals and all washed down with real cowboy coffee.
it was time to do company business again.
Everyone was pleased with the accommodations at the new resort. There was a golf scramble on Friday, a dinner at the Casino buffet on Friday night, a dinner at the ranch on Saturday night and much visitation and pool side fun was enjoyed by all. Debbie Peterson designed nametags with Vietnam photos on them. She also took pictures of each one in attendance. Many brought memorabilia, pictures and photo albums to share. Brad Jimerson handed out 101st airborne windshield stickers. John Heil distributed leather keychains that he handbeaded with
the colors of Vietnam. Cat handed out a newly revised 27 page roster that included all 67-72 members. The casino had wonderful restaurants at
great prices, and great evening entertainment. They gave us a meeting room free of charge at a savings of over $1000.00. It was a very nice resort with golf, swimming, fitness room, and of course, gaming machines.
Many of your B-2/501st comrades generously donated funds so that no one who WANTED to attend would have to miss out on this great event!
Together then ~ Together now!
Credit for Tet Survivor Graphic
Design ~ George Crofton
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