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Easter Greetings 765 friends, oowinter'o here. We really feel for all Spring has sprung here in Nevada! We had a great of you elsewherethat to bear the snowostorms etc. May the coming of spring bring you clear skies and sunshine. We three are well here and hope you and yours are too. Dan has been fine since our last reunion. Thank you all for your concern. Jean and Joe Astle with some help from Sue Hamilton and her daughter Sheryl and Perry have been working on our up-coming reunion. We'll have a report on that elsewherein this newsletter. Hope we'll have a good turnout and that all will be able to attend. We really will miss Dick Kwiatkowski. He had always been not only a big help in our reunions but a lot of fun too! Our hearts go out to his wife Cindy ald daughter Christine. Also deeply missed are King and Gretchen Davenport, our originators. What a special bunch of people our 765 group has become of them. Their daughtersValerie and Victoria keep in touch. They hope to make it to our reunion in Salt Lake City, $/e look forward to seeing them agwn as well as all of you. Stay well and take sare;our love to all of you. Audrey, Bob & Dan

I received a note from Denver Draughn's daughter saying that Denver's wife Alice has also passedaway. Ron Torii also received a note from Warren Chappell's daughter saying that Warren has passed away. He was a regular member from the "othet'' 765 group that meets in Branson every year. He came to one or two of our reunions. He is the guy that brought the small bales of cotton with him for the auction. (He was a Cotton Farmer.) He also went to our re-visit to Korea.

. If 4 out of 5 people SUFFER from diarchea.. . . .doesthat me&none out of five enjoys it? If people from Poland are called Poles, then why aren't people from Holland called holes? I thought about how mothers feed their babies with tiny little spoonsand forks, so I wondered what do Chinese mothers u'se.Toothpicks

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Hello Audrey, Bob and Dan: As gs6alyou put out a greatnewsletter. I look forrmrd to gettinga new "dues" listing. Thanksfor this. We just got the news from Frank + Evelyn last night (Sundayl -6-08) ttmr Dick away. This was certainly sadnewsfor us. We liked Dick very Kwiatkowski had passed much. We alwaysknew he and Cindy would be at the reunionsand do all they could to help out. He will be missed. I thhk Frank and Evelyn Roweare going to go to the funeral. from SharonWheelerthat Bob is better. So much so, that they are making I understand a trip to Florida. Shepromisedthey would stopby our houseon their way home. Sui Rilen Hamilton is homeand doing much btter. Sheryl is now working in Kentuckn just acrossthe river ftom Cinn. Near wherewe stayed. Bill and I are doing real well. Bad colds havegiven both of us a fit, but we can cope with those. SueAllen was telling me Elaine Hanis is having Chemoagain. I haven't had any late info. on her. I talked with An Stahovich he said he and his boys would seeus in Salt Lake City in Sept,2008. not they o'are We tried numeroustimes to checkon Ron Torii but I only geta me$sage at home". I guessthis meansthey are doing o-kTake careof yorrselves and keepus informed. Bill + Billie cell please for everyone phonenumbersask P.S. Next newsletter

BOB. Ken had Just sent him a card Thantc you so much for I'nfornl'ng - us about Dlck. tse missed seelng then the last tro years and re sere eo hoplng he *ould improve' as se *ere unable to attend the reunions due to nY business conflicts. DICK IIAS ALNAYS SUCTIA FT,N PERSONAI*ID SO SPIRITED. TIE flTI.L TfiSS HIM. tte are hoplng to nake thls year's reunl"on as I witl Mareh and 1riff agal.n have tine to do all' t'he things last few 1rcars.
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Utah is proudof its historyand diverseculturalheritage. Fromthe historicalandmoderninhabitation Native of Americantribeso the settlement the pioneers, the moderndevelopment ethnicdistricts,the statehassites to of to of andactivitiesgaloreto educate inspire! and Takea trip down southto discoverthe landof the ancient Native Americans who first lived in Utah.Edgeof the Cedars StatePark andFremontIndian StateParkandMuseumwill educate entirefamily aboutthJAnasazi the andFreemont Indiansthat oncethrived in the area. l To learnmoreaboutthe pioneertraditionsthat helpedshape state,headon over to IhisJq The lil{ce r{er the Park.It is herethat BrighamYoung famouslydeclared, "This is the right place,"settlinghis fvformon pio*.rr in the SaltLake Valley. Afterward,takea tour of someofUtah's oldestandmosttreasured bulldings.ThelJi*_He*Iegg Fottndgdau offers a guidedtour, or if you feel adventurous, on a self-guided take walking tour. Going;"rt in time in Utahis nevera wasteof time!

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March18,2008 Hello 7 65th, More from beautifulCincinnati,Ohio! Asfastasour15inchesof snowcameinablizzardaweekorso &Eo,itwasgoneagain. Weare finally seeingsignsof SpringandI, for one,am thankful for it. All is well here. Mother hasmended nicely andwe areall healthyandhappy. I hopeit is going the samewith all of you. We havebeenworking with Joeand JeanAstel andthe Salt Lake PlazaHotel and havefinally landeda contractfor the hotel with pricesandconditionswe canlive with. The datefor the reunionis Wednesdayo September departing Sunday, 17th on September 21't. The room ratewill be $80per night for singleor doubleroomsand$89 for triple andquad. Reservations be madenow, actuallyo soonerthe better. To makeyour raservationyou can the - not the hotel reservation needto call Rich Williams direct number. He is handlingour group personally.His toll-freenumberis 1-800-366-3684 his extension 3007. He is account and is holdingregularroomsanda coupleof full handicap rooms. If morethantwo handicap rooms will be needed, hasto know very soon. They alsohavean airport shuttleandmanyother he features that you may seeby goingto wwlv.plaza-hotel.gom please not reserre your but do roorn over the internet. We get our pricing by calling hk. Williams andhopefullyhaving enoughguestsfor 30 roomsper night. If you go to the web site you cantake a virtual tour of the hotel. We will be usingthe Salt Lake Roomfor our hospitalityroom andAspen 1 & 2 for our banquetso you can actually tour the roomsfrom your computer. Joeand Jeanarebusily working on a tour andother fun things for us to do andwe will be getting somefirm pricesanda sign up sheet you soon. to I am alsoattachingsomefun, interesting thingsaboutSaltLake City I thoughtyou may enjoy. We havealreadypurchased planeticketsandmadereservations the hotel. We hopeto be our at seeing everyone againin September! Blessings All! to SherylSchneider

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Utah's capitol is truly the heartof the state.ExploredowntownMain Street, and.|1ollgy$gga(g. There tlfe_Getplyal aretonsof shops andboutiques, feel freeto "shop 'til you drop!" so SaltLakeCity alsohasa little sornething the,entire for family. Takethe kids overto UIAb_S_Hgele to see Zoq animalsfrom all aroundthe world andlearnaboutthe importance conservation. of How abouta little space exploration? offersan asffonomical experience. Cla* tLanqtariuru Catchan IMAX Film or seean exhibit. For a jet historicalandspiritualeducation, on over to Temple. Squ4fg tour the grounds. oneof SaltLake's and and As Utah's mostrecognizable landmarks, TempleSquare offersinslghtandhistoryof the Mormon experience.

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Of Cheektowaga, NY, January 2008,be6, lavedhusbandof Cynthia T. Drescher Kwiatkowski; dearest fatherof Christine M. Kwiatkowski; brother of Florence Chmielewski and {$tanley} the lateJosephE" Kwiatkowski. may caflWednesday PM Friends 2-9 at the PAULA. KLOCBLOSSCIM lNC.,4690 CHAPELS Clinton {eorSt., ner Borden Rd.),WestSeneca, (668-5666i, wherefuneral be held will Thursday morning 8:45 AM and at fromSt. Gabriel's Churchat 9:30 Friends invited. o'clock. are Richard wa$ a Democratic for Committeeman past the Townof Cheektowaga, commanderoi Pvt.teonard PostJr. No. 6251VFW and a memberof $t. HolyNameSociety. Gabriel's

Dick Kwiatkowski, As manyof you may koorymy husband of 6m. q.copy his passed on away January I haveenclosed deathnotice. I would like to thankall the 765* members who, duringDick's hospitalstay,calledinquiringhow he wasdoingandsentgetwell cards. Thankyou alsofor all the sympathycardsandkind words. They meanta g1.eat dealto both ChristineandI. Dick truly lovedhis 765* family andwe arethankful for the comfort they have broughtus.

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