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Nita Weiers (Zak)
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Jennings Lodge Oregon Married 1
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Don Zehrung
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August 12, 1951 Woodburn OR Retired Married 2 2
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Manette Hartenberger (Zehrung)
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May 04, 1951 Woodburn OR 2 2
Still married to my little Donny...same guy for almost 48 years!  You know you’re getting older when your daughter announces she’s only got 10 years ‘till her 30 year retirement date, yikes!  Snowbirding in California and 2 granddaughters keep us busy these days.  Life is good, so thankful! Send Manette a MessageSend Manette a Message
Cynthia Gehrig (Zimmerman)
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February 08, 1951 Tualatin Oregon Interior Designer Married 3
I have been living in Tualatin for almost 32 years with my husband Dave.  We have been married for 33 years and have three wonderful children.  Eric is in San Francisco pursuing an Interior Design career like his mom.  Leif recently graduated in Landscape Architecture (kind of like his dad) and is still looking for a job.  Our daughter, Heidi, is a Junior at Tualatin High.  She is a dancer like her mom, having been in Company at Lake Oswego Academy of Dance since she was 5.  I can also be found there almost every monrning at Jazzercise Class, still dancing.  I also take a ladies tap class.
After graduating from OSU I worked in display and as an Interior Designer.  Children diverted my attention.  I voluntereed for the schools and  still continue planning school and dance events.
Someday I will have time to catch up.  My husband, Dave , is Terra-Sol Landscaping and has other business ventures.  I am looking forward to seeing everyone at the Reunion.  As I dance, I look out at the trees by the old Fire Station  on Bryant and remember playing horse with some of you.  It was a time when life was much simpler.  See you in August!
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