9/11/2012 (1594)

For the Record
I did not get a blog posted this morning, Filipino time.  It is now 10:00 PM Tuesday, so I am going to post today’s blog now, however I will not be posting one tomorrow.
Have a good day everyone. I will be thinking about you in my dreams.
Happy Birthday Cecilia Berube Reynolds (DHS ’65): Minot, ND
  Happy Birthday Connie Zorn Landsverk: Bottineau, ND

Condolences to the Casavant, Fugere, Peterson and Mellmer families
From Rhonda Hiatt (’75):  Battle Ground, WA
My Condolences to the Peterson, Fugere, Casavant, Mellmer, and Lagerquist families for their loved ones recent passing. Whether young or old, it is so sad to see.
Our family spent alot of time with the Mellmers when they lived in Dunseith and many good memories came flooding back when I heard about Vi. With all of these people, Heaven is truly getting some special angels.
Rhonda Hiatt (75) 
Condolences to the Casavant and Mellmer families
From Jean Tooke Burger (75):  Mandan, ND
My condolences goes out to the Casavant and Mellmer families.
Condolences to the Casavant and Mellmer families
From Dick Johnson (’68):  Dunseith, ND
Gary and Friends,

      My sincere condolences to the extended Casavant and Mellmer
families on their losses of their loved ones.


Condolences to the Terry Fugere Family
From Trish Larson Clayburgh (’73):  Portola Valley, CA
To Terry Fugere and family, my heart goes out to you in this time of devastating sorrow.  I am so sorry to hear of your tragic loss.

Trish Clayburgh

Duane Fugere
Reply from Bill Hosmer (’48):   Tucson, AZ
Gary, It was wonderful to see Duane Fugere and his clan in the 2012 picture. I enjoyed his companionship on the Dunseith Golf Course for about 25 years while I was reveling in living in the
North Dakota summers at Lake Metigoshe.  I’m sure the clan that the Fugeres made possible will continue to benefit our state and country because of the high standards of citizenship and community loyalty they exemplified.  I was in ND this year  a short time to visit and see the friends and relatives at the lake.  I sold my property  and will miss my marvelous summers in the “Hills of Home”.  So it is.  I hope Donna and the beautiful array of offspring remind my friend Duane how much I enjoyed the laughs, bad golf shots I made, and friendship he gave me all those remarkable years.   Thanks you, Gary, and Thank you, Duane. Bill Hosmer
Dennis and Peggy Espe
Reply from Ardys (Teacher):  Detroit Lakes, MN
Thanks for including a photo of Dennis and Peggy Espe, they are looking great…so nice to see faces of people I worked with and knew long

ago.  Ardys Horner, Detroit Lakes