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02/05/12 11:24 AM #1    


Bill Haeffner

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01/25/13 07:19 PM #2    


Kathy White (Dickey)

I was at the Class of 72 reunion and the nametags were great.  I definitely think that's a necessity.  Also, I was just looking at the "missing classmates" list and was wondering how up-to-date that is.  I saw several people's names that I know are still in Lincoln . . . don't necessarily have e-mail addresses for them, but they shouldn't be too hard to locate.

07/14/13 09:09 PM #3    


Marc Nagele

I'd suggest we just go ahead and select a date for the 45th reunion.  5 years in advance should give people plenty of time to plan around it.  We had good attendance at the 40th using the 2nd weekend of July.  That would be Friday July 13 and Saturday July 14, 2018.  If we decide that we are too superstitious for Friday the 13th just move it up or back a week.

04/20/21 03:18 PM #4    

Terry W. Kotschwar

Arthur "Pat" Ewoldt, 66, passed away on April 14, 2021 at his home following a lengthy illness.  He graduated from Lincoln Northeast High School in 1973.  He was retired from the Burlington Northern Railroad.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Art and Mary Ewoldt, and son, Kyle Ewoldt.  He is survived by one son, John Ewoldt, one grandson, Quincy Ewoldt, and four sisters, Neda (Gene) Baker, Sandy Findley, Linda Ewoldt, all of Lincoln, and Rhonda (David) Sidders of Wood River, Nebraska, and several nieces and nephews.

His wishes were to be cremated and have a private family service.  The family is requesting no flowers or memorials.

04/20/21 10:29 PM #5    


Bill Swearingen


Pat was a great guy!  From Grand Island or Wood River, humble small town guy, but smarter & craftier than he ever let on, and great sense of humor.

I met him as a sophomore in a Small Engines class. He drove an old 1946 Plymouth or something or other.       I believe he was a part of the 1973 State Champion Football Team.

He worked for the BN and BNSF Railways for years in various Foreman positions on their Track Gangs.

I haven't seen him in years but very sorry to learn of his passing.

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