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In Loving Memory of Muriel Gehrman ’59
Submitted by: Jaye Alderson
1959
Spokane, WA
Obituary

In Loving Memory of Muriel Gehrman ’59

Muriel Gehrman
Class of 1959
Spokane, WA
Obituary

Muriel Gehrman Muriel Fay (Morgan) Gehrman passed away in Spokane, Wash., on Dec. 3, 2018, from Alzheimer’s. Once in awhile, you run into someone who changes lives for the better wherever they go. Muriel was one of those people. Maybe it was partly because she grew up in paradise surrounded by Aloha. Muriel was born on Oct. 24, 1937, in Honolulu, Hawaii, and was the youngest of four children. She attended grade school in Wahiawa, Hawaii, and then entered the eighth grade at Kamehamea Schools – a school for children of Hawaiian ancestry. She excelled as a student, graduating with honors in the class of 1955 and received numerous prestigious scholarships to continue her education. She then attended Ripon College in Wisconsin for two years prior to graduating with honors from the University of Wisconsin, where she was a member of the Tri-Delta Sorority. In the fall of 1959, she started teaching social studies at Marshfield High School in Coos Bay, Ore. While there, she met her husband Ted. They were married on Dec. 24 of that year and were married for nearly 58 years.

In June of 1961, Muriel joined Ted in Germany, where he was teaching. This would prove to be the first of many overseas locations that Ted and Muriel would call home. Before leaving Germany, Muriel taught at Wuerzburg American High School and then traveled to Ethiopia for a teaching position. In 1966, they moved back to the United States, where Muriel finished her master’s degree at the University of Massachusetts and taught at Amherst High School. In 1970, their daughter, Tiare, was born. Muriel, Ted and Tiare broadened their international horizons, living in places like Ecuador, Singapore, and Tanzania, where Ted worked as an administrator for International Schools. After serving overseas, they finally settled back into Klamath Falls, Ore., where Muriel ran a fitness business for a few years before finishing up her career as a teacher at Brixner Junior High. Throughout Muriel’s many years of service, here are just a few words directly from some of those she has touched: “Muriel was a wise, kind and beautiful woman. I remember her love of flowers, gardening, fashion, children, and education. She always looked stunning and had a smile and kind word for everyone she encountered. The world is a better place from her loving and generous influence. I am glad she is at peace and can once again hula with delicate grace.”

“She was kind to me and so many of us in high school. I felt blessed to have known her.” “She will go down in history as one of my very favorite teachers and human beings. She did amazing things on this earth and impacted hundreds of lives.” “She was a light in my junior high life; a good soul for sure.” “The best teacher. I was blessed to have known her.” “She was so special to so many people. She touched the lives of so many young people as a teacher and as a kind, loving person. She will be greatly missed.” “I am so thankful that I had the privilege to be a small part of her wonderful and fulfilling life.” “It is difficult to express our collective pain for the loss of our special Muriel. She truly is a unique object of our shared sorrows. Enough of that, says she. Pining for her is the last activity she wants us to engage in. Always a smile on her face, a friend to all, level in fair weather or inclement, almost as gregarious as her spouse, always with a quick complement, graceful in her comportment and stern when righting perceived wrongs. She is bound for canonization. Alas, she takes from me one of my most prized possessions…she takes from me my indomitable doubles partner. Ah, how we love my partner.” “How blessed I am to have a woman in my life who has always been my biggest cheerleader. She has shown up for me and my family countless times. She is a woman of principle and has lived her life in such a way that her core values have always been her compass. Mama has taught me to be kind to all, give sincere compliments, celebrate others successes and scatter sunshine wherever you go. She was driven to do her best and gave 100 percent plus to her family and her students.”

Muriel is survived by her husband Ted, daughter Tiare Michele Gehrman Schlenker, son-in-law Jeff Schlenker, grandchildren Kiana, Kaikea, Kalea, and Makai, and siblings Ralph Morgan and Doris (Morgan) Timeus. She was preceded in death by her mother Carol (Bowers) Morgan and father Julian Monserat Ahu Morgan, and sister Barbara (Morgan) Hasegawa. There will be a Hawaiian luau celebration of Muriel’s life in Spokane, Wash., on July 13. Please watch for more information.

Submitted by: Jaye Alderson

All roads lead to Ripon
Submitted by: Nikki Lindberg
1989
Minneapolis, MN
News

All roads lead to Ripon

Nikki Lindberg
Class of 1989
Minneapolis, MN
News

In anticipation (and encouragement) of our 30th reunion, Tobi Cawthra and I created this map to help you find your way back to Ripon. See you in June!

Submitted by: Nikki Lindberg

Job Update from Charles Belt ’09
Submitted by: Jaye Alderson
2009
Oak Park, IL
News

Job Update from Charles Belt ’09

Charles Belt
Class of 2009
Oak Park, IL
News

 

FULTON, Mo. – Charles Belt was named the next William Woods University men’s basketball coach, announced Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Jason Vittone Friday afternoon.

“I am pleased and excited to welcome Charles Belt to the William Woods university family,” stated Vittone. “I think he’ll make a great addition to our university and our community. I believe he’s the right fit at the right time for our university, department and men’s basketball program. I’m eager to watch our program grow under his leadership.”

“I’m extremely excited and blessed to be given the opportunity to join the William Woods University family as the head men’s basketball coach!,” commented Belt. “I want to thank Jason Vittone for his belief in me being the person to lead this program moving forward. I want to thank the entire athletic department staff, admissions, Dr. Mitchell and everyone who was a part of the search process for trusting and believing in me with this responsibility. I look forward to bringing an exciting brand of basketball to William Woods and the community of Fulton. We will recruit players with tremendous character who are eager to learn, grow and graduate. I can’t wait to get started. Go Owls!”

Belt comes to WWU after spending six seasons with the NCAA Division II Northern Michigan University Wildcats. He was the Head Assistant Coach for three seasons after spending three seasons as the second assistant. This past season, he helped lead the Wildcats to the GLIAC Tournament semi-finals. The team made their first post-season appearance in the 2017-18 season after an 11-year drought. In his six years with the Wildcats, the team garnered six all-GLIAC honors and 16 GLIAC academic awards.

Prior to NMU, Belt spent two seasons (2011-13) as an assistant coach at Beloit College. He helped lead the program from 17 conference wins in five years to 19 conference wins in two years. As a recruiter, he brought in a Midwest Conference honorable mention selection as a true freshman who ranked in the top 10 in seven statistical categories.

Belt also coached the boys 17U and 16U AAU Wisconsin Shooting Stars teams from the Ripon/Oshkosh, Wis. area and individual development camps for high school boys and girls in Wisconsin.

Belt played four years as the point guard for NCAA Division III Ripon College. He graduated from Ripon with a degree in business administration.

Submitted by: Jaye Alderson

Marriage and Job Update from Liz McHone Alvey R...
2011
Wauconda, IL
News

Marriage and Job Update from Liz McHone Alvey ’11

Elizabeth Alvey
Class of 2011
Wauconda, IL
News

Elizabeth McHone ’11 and Cory Alvey ’11 married on September 12, 2015 in Libertyville, IL. They currently live in Wauconda, Illinois. Elizabeth is a Naturalist at the Pringle Nature Center and Cory is a Senior Scientist at AbbVie, a biopharmaceutical company.

Job Update:

Pringle Nature Center in Bristol has a new naturalist who is excited to advance the mission of providing a place for people of all ages to experience nature, learn about the environment and become better stewards through conservation efforts.

Liz Alvey, 29, who started March 12, said she hopes to increase the number of visitors and expand programming to underserved age groups at Pringle, located within the 197-acre Bristol Woods County Park.

“It’s a huge wood, and it’s mostly very wild,” Alvey said. “I’d like to see more people just getting out, using the trails. It’s just really an interesting place. Besides the oak savannah and forest, there is prairie and wetlands.”

She brings with her a memory of visiting Pringle as a child, a vision for its future, and an environmental education degree.

Alvey, who grew up in Libertyville, Ill., earned a bachelor’s degree in ethnobotany at Ripon College, a graduate degree in environmental science from Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pa., and is working on her doctorate degree.

She said, as she explored environmental science, she found herself gravitating toward projects involving people interacting with their environment.

“That’s something really interesting to me and something I’m passionate about,” Alvey said. “This is totally a dream job for me.”

Alvey previously worked at the Academy of Natural Sciences and a nature center in Schaumburg, Ill., where she said she most enjoyed working with kids and families.

“Pringle Nature Center is in a really good position to expand in a lot of areas,” Alvey said.

She said she hopes the addition of Boundless Adventures, an aerial high-ropes course set to open this spring in Bristol Woods, will bring more people to the nature center, 9800 160th Avenue.

“I think the partnership with Boundless Adventures in being approached very thoughtfully, and I think it will bring more people out to the park, which is great,” Alvey said.

She said they will collaborate to offer some cross programming and environmental education will be part of the high-ropes experience.

“I’m looking forward to seeing people come out and make a day of it,” she said. “Do the ropes course. Visit the nature center. Have a picnic. Go on the trails.”

The 3,000-square-foot nature center was constructed in 1998 with seed funds given to Kenosha County by Robert Pringle Sr.’s sister, Fanny Pringle.

“I think, if people are new to the area, they don’t always know we are here, but it is a wonderful place,” Alvey said.

She said she would like to explore business partnerships and research collaborations with the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and Carthage College.

“We have this great resource here, and it’s really only being utilized from a recreation standpoint,” Alvey said. “I’d like to see more of a science program taking off here.”

She would also like to increase programming for teens and young adults.

“We don’t have as many programs that involve high school and college age students,” she said. “That is something I’d like to explore — to make this more available for their use.”

Alvey said she also hopes to establish some corporate partners, increase the opportunities available to members of the Friends of Pringle Nature Center, and connect volunteers with projects at the nature center.

In Loving Memory of Nickolas Livingston ’53
Submitted by: Kimberly Scanlon
1953
Claremont, CA
Obituary

In Loving Memory of Nickolas Livingston ’53

Nickolas Livingston
Class of 1953
Claremont, CA
Obituary

Architect, builder, artist, writer, pianist

Claremont resident Nick Livingston died peacefully on New Year’s Day at Oak Park Manor in Claremont. He was 87 years old.

He was known as an architect, artist, pianist, and writer of novels, screenplays and poetry.

He was born in 1931 in the Chicago suburb of Aurora, Illinois to Olga and Burt Livingston. His mother was a homemaker and his father a book salesman.

He graduated from Ripon College in Wisconsin with a degree in history. He then served in the US Army in Germany at the end of the Korean War. After receiving his architectural degree from the University of Illinois, he worked in Africa, Texas, and the Chicago suburbs, designing residential and commercial buildings.

He met his wife, then Ellen Harvell Dohner, in Park Forest, Illinois, where she was serving as lead minister to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Suburbs. They met when he played the piano for services at that congregation and would bring his band for social events.

At the time the congregation was having to rent space for their services. Mr. Livingston offered to design and build a modern cedar-framed building on land the church owned in the woods in Park Forest. He not only volunteered his services but followed through on helping to raise money for the project.

Three years after the dedication of the new building, he and Ellen became engaged. They were wed in 1982 at the new church building which offered views of the forest through the large windows Mr. Livingston had designed.

They became lifelong partners. Mrs. Livingston said he was also her colleague and loyal helpmate in every way possible, both within their shared faith and with work in her ministry.

Four years after they were married, even though they were enjoying the congregation and their light filled Frank Lloyd Wright inspired building, they made the decision to forsake the frigid weather of Illinois; Mr. Livingston persuaded his wife to send her application to what is now called the Monte Vista Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Montclair.

She accepted the church’s call in August 1986. The Livingstons soon fell in love with California and have lived here, first in Rancho Cucamonga and then in Claremont, ever since.

Mr. Livingston transferred his architectural license to California and worked as a freelancer and builder in the inland valley until he retired in 2012. Up until then he was known as the official designer of many additions and improvements at the congregation as well as its maintenance person. As the church’s programs expanded, he designed and built a classroom wing dedicated to and named after him, Livingston Hall.

He was a true Renaissance man, with many talents and accomplishments.

He often left his drafting board and hammer long enough to play the piano for church worship services and social events. His greatest joy was playing favorite songs there and at parties, often held in their home, while friends sang old favorites around the piano. He was often accompanied by other musicians with stringed instruments and drums.

As a painter, he had several shows over the years, both in the Chicago area and in California, where his work was shown at Pomona’s dA Center for the Arts, galleries in Laguna Beach, at the Monte Vista Unitarian Universalist Congregation, and most recently at Claremont Village Green. All of his works were painted in California and Mexico, where he was inspired by nature’s variety of gorgeous landscapes.

Four years ago he published a novel, Stained Glass Warrior. In it he portrays a young artist from the Chicago inner city who is drafted into the army, and his struggles to survive injuries sustained on the battlefield in World War II. In the book there is a description of how the protagonist developed artistic projects to encourage alternatives to a culture of war.

Although he served in the US Army during the Korean War as a teacher of enlisted men in Germany, he was a man of peace and was passionate about civil rights and the founding tenets of our democratic republic.

The Livingstons enjoyed traveling and had three places they considered their spiritual homes: Cambria, California; San Miguel de Allende, Mexico; and Ms. Livingston’s birthplace, Boston. They especially enjoyed Hispanic people, culture and places, and traveled to Mexico often.

Even though his accomplishments were many over his 87 years, it was his love of life and people that was his most outstanding gift to others, his family shared. A friend said “Nick knew how to have fun, not take life too seriously. He made me and others around him feel important. To him, all of us were. He made me a better person for having known him.”

He leaves behind his wife, the Reverend Ellen Livingston, who was his soul mate and biggest fan; three stepchildren, Markus and Luke Dohner, and Katherine Dohner Acenas, who share with him his love of art and progressive faith; five grandchildren; his niece Karen Jenneke, her brother David Jenneke, his wife Sandy and their son, Nickolas.

A celebration of Mr. Livingston’s life will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, February 2 at Monte Vista Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 9185 Monte Vista Ave., Montclair. Contributions are welcome in his honor for the programs at that congregation. To donate online, go to montevistauu.org and click on the “Stewardship” tab.

Submitted by: Kimberly Scanlon

In Loving Memory of Raymond “BJ” Kelch
Submitted by: Kimberly Scanlon
Ripon, WI
Obituary

In Loving Memory of Raymond “BJ” Kelch

Raymond Kelch
Class of 0
Ripon, WI
Obituary

Raymond “BJ” Kelch, 73, of Ripon passed away Feb. 8, 2017 at Manor Care in Fond du Lac, WI.

He was born July 5, 1943 in Dayton, Ohio, a son of Raymond A “Buzz” and Shirley (Smith) Kelch. BJ graduated from Oakwood Ohio High school in 1962. On June 17, 1967 he married Kay (Techtman) Kelch. Raymond worked at different jobs during his lifetime. He was a draftsman for Kiekhaefer Marine (now Mercury) in Oshkosh. Eventually his talents as a sales and promotions man found a home in Schaumberg, Illinois with the Columbia Record Company (now Sony Records). Throughout his life, Raymond enjoyed many hobbies. Free flight model airplanes, radio controlled cars, fishing, benchrest shooting and model railroading are just a few. He was a member of Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church in Ripon, and a member of several hobby organizations over the years.

Raymond is survived by his wife of 49 years, Kay Kelch; his sons Jason of Santa Rosa, CA, and Bradley of Eden Prairie, MN; grandson Caleb Kelch of San Francisco, CA; step-grandson Killian Forth of Oakland, CA. He is further survived by 2 brothers Robert “Tim” (Lisa) Kelch of Grosse Pointe Woods, MI, and Stephen (Lori) Kelch of Spring Valley, OH; 1 sister, Laura (William) Winterhalter of Biltmore Lakes, NC; brothers-in-law Jerome (Annette) Techtman and James Techtman, sister-in-law Beth (James) Vreim, as well as many nieces and nephews. Raymond was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Walter and Josephine Kelch; maternal grandparents, Carlton and Jeanette (Hawes) Smith; brother, Carlton Kelch and brother-in-law, Carl Techtman.

A private family memorial will be held at a later date. A memorial is being established in Raymond’s name at BMO Harris Bank, 333 Blackburn Street, Ripon, WI, 54971.

Please visit www.butzinmarchant.com to send online condolences.

Submitted by: Kimberly Scanlon

In Loving Memory of Barbara Kimpton
Submitted by: Kimberly Scanlon
Rosendale, WI
Obituary

In Loving Memory of Barbara Kimpton

Barbara Kimpton
Class of 0
Rosendale, WI
Obituary

Rosendale – Barbara J. Kimpton, age 69, of Rosendale, passed away on Saturday, January 5, 2019 at ThedaCare Hospital in Appleton, WI with her family by her side. Barbara was born on April 21, 1949 in West Union, Iowa the daughter of LeRoy and Bonnie (Immel) Maser. She attended Ripon High School and was united in marriage to DuWayne Kimpton on April 21, 1967 in Ripon. Barbara was a school bus driver in Ripon for Laper for 10 years. She then worked at Ripon College as a Housekeeper until she retired.

Barbara loved flowers and working in the garden. She would watch the animals outside and enjoyed feeding the birds. She loved playing with all of her grandchildren and great grandchildren and traveling with her husband DuWayne. She looked forward to spending time with her sister’s every Wednesday which she called “Sister’s Day”.

Barbara is survived by her husband, DuWayne; 4 children: Ann (Baron) Campbell of Baraboo, Terry (Paula) Kimpton of Fond du Lac, Michelle “Shelly” Hendricks of Fond du Lac and Sara (Mike) Brace of Ripon; brothers and sisters: Lee (Kathy) Maser of North Fond du Lac, Eugene Maser of Pickett, Charlotte (Gary) Due of Fond du Lac, Shirley (Roy) Wyatt of Sheboygan; Pauline (Dana) Berry of Ripon, Helene (Rich) White of Oshkosh, Sue Kwakkel of Ripon, Eldon Immel of Germania and Mark (Cindy) Immel of Ripon; 10 grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren; many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. She is preceded in death by her father, LeRoy Masar; mother, Bonnie Immel; step-father, Henry Immel; brother, Alvin Immel; niece, Kathy Wyatt; brothers-in-law, Dale Kimpton, Lloyd Kimpton and John Kwakkel; parents-in-law George (Sarah) Kimpton.

A visitation will be held for Barbara from 5:30PM to 7:00PM on Sunday, January 13, 2019 at Divine Passage Funeral Home, 175 N Douglas Street in Ripon.

A Funeral Service will be held for Barbara at 11:00AM on Monday, January 14, 2019 at United Church of Christ in Rosendale with Rev. Wes Wassell officiating. Friends and family may visit at the church on Monday from 10:00AM until the time of the service. Burial will be held in Zoar Cemetery in Utica. Divine Passage Funeral Home is proudly serving the Kimpton family during this difficult time.

Submitted by: Kimberly Scanlon

In Loving Memory of Brian Kent Smith ’69
Submitted by: Kimberly Scanlon
1969
Oklahoma City, OK
Obituary

In Loving Memory of Brian Kent Smith ’69

Brian Smith
Class of 1969
Oklahoma City, OK
Obituary

Brian Kent Smith was born on September 30, 1947 in Oklahoma City, OK. Brian received his B.A. from Ripon College in 1969 with majors in Russian and History. He then received his J.D. from the Illinois Institute of Technology in 1972.

Submitted by: Kimberly Scanlon

Note from Hank Borg ’57
Submitted by: Jaye Alderson
1957
Roseville, MN
News

Note from Hank Borg ’57

Hank Borg
Class of 1957
Roseville, MN
News

It was quite rewarding for Hank Borg to serve as PGA of Europe’s executive.

A position he held from 1995 to 2007, he had the opportunity to visit a few Ryder Cups.

Borg, a 1953 Springfield High graduate, has played golf in 48 countries ranging from Japan to Saudi Arabia while visiting a total of 66.

“That probably is the thing that might stand out rather significantly,” Borg said. “I’ve had lots of interesting experiences in some of these countries.”

Borg largely grew up playing golf at the Illini Country Club, which his dad, Gus, helped develop starting in 1923.

He ended up reaching the state finals at SHS, but his high school teammate, Pete Beardsley, won the tournament and later played for Purdue.

Borg played basketball and golf at Ripon College in the Midwest Conference (which also included current Division III schools Knox College and Monmouth College).

He has one particular fond memory as a caddy at Illini Country Club. There, he served a round with Patty Berg, a founding member of the LPGA Tour.

Many years later, Borg reconnected with the famed golfer in Minnesota during the Solheim Cup.

“I think she was about 91 years old at the time and I said, ‘At the end of the round, you gave me a ball … Matter of fact, I have it with me and here it is.’ She said, ‘Let me see that ball.’ I gave it to her and she said, ‘Oh my goodness, this is my ball.’ She said, ‘Would you like me to sign that ball for you?’ I said, ‘I’d love for you to sign the ball for me.’ At about the same time she was signing, a couple of her lady friends came over and she said, ‘Girls … this young man here caddied for me in 1949.’ This young man was about 70 years old,” Borg said with a laugh.

Submitted by: Jaye Alderson

Update from Lois Van Leer ’78
Submitted by: Lois Van Leer
1978
Eugene, OR
News

Update from Lois Van Leer ’78

Lois Van Leer
Class of 1978
Eugene, OR
News

After Ripon I went on to earn a Master’s of Divinity from Yale. I was ordained as a United Church of Christ minister in 1983 I served in campus ministry at Oregon State University and as a Youth Minister and then Associate Minister at a United Church of Christ church in Corvallis, Oregon over a period of 20 years. I then sought dual affiliation with the Unitarian Universalist Association and served a congregation in Bozeman, Montana for 7 years. I headed back to the Pacific Northwest and served a congregation outside of Seattle. In September of this year, I returned to Eugene, Oregon where I had done a ministry internship from 1981-1982, to serve the Unitarian Universalist Church in Eugene. The plan is to retire from this position in the coming years, having ended my ministry where it all began.

I have four artificial joints due to wear and tear on this old body. Consequently, I have traded in my past competitive sports days for hiking, kayaking, and pickle ball. Some of my best memories of Ripon are of being on the volleyball team for four years. Thank you Coach Elaine Coll. I also remember seeing the Northern Lights for the first time late one night as I was wandering around campus. I had no idea why the sky was moving! Thanks to the profound leadership of a faith that does justice demonstrated by the campus chaplains at the time, Jerry Thompson and Jack Freiheit, I found my way from “Phy Ed” major to being an Religion and English major.

My wife, Lori, and I were married the first day it was legal to be married in the state of Washington. Last year, our 32 year old son asked me to formally adopt him. So, we are now family! Lori and I are owned by a 9 pound mini-Aussie/Poodle mix.

Submitted by: Lois Van Leer

Spotted: DC #OneDayRally Hour May 1, 2019
Submitted by: Gregg Petersen
1978
Columbia, MD
Sightings

Spotted: DC #OneDayRally Hour May 1, 2019

Gregg Petersen
Class of 1978
Columbia, MD
Sightings

 

From left: Jim Donnelly ’88, Jimmy Amedeo ’18, Mike Lamm ’05, Garrison Anderson ’16, Drew Davis ’07, Barbara Montoya ’92, Gregg Petersen ’78, Rob Needham ’86, and Scott Gustafson ’88.  At Crystal City Sports Pub, Crystal City, Virginia near D.C.

Submitted by: Gregg Petersen

Update from Jeff Orear ’78
Submitted by: Gregg Petersen
1978
Peshtigo, WI
News

Update from Jeff Orear ’78

Jeff Orear
Class of 1978
Peshtigo, WI
News

I sold my dental practice/building and retired at the end of April.  I’m currently experiencing the “what day of the week is it.” Syndrome, as every day seems like Saturday to me now!  I’ve been doing a bunch of “Binge” flying, since now if it’s a nice day, I can literally take off and fly.  Also have been spending more time with airplane project number 2, my Hatz Classic Biplane.
So as you see, I’m trying to adapt to this retirement thing as best I can.
Our second oldest daughter, Kelly, blessed us with the birth of our 4th grandson, Ronan Edward Callahan March 6th.  He’s quite the chubby cheeked cutie.
He will no doubt enjoy get-togethers with our oldest daughter Melanie’s three boys Colon, Aidan and Bennet.  One more grandson and we’ll have a heck of a basketball team!
This July we will welcome another son in law, Josh, into our family as our youngest daughter Megan is getting married on the 13th.  Per usual, being an experienced father of the bride, I’m staying out of the planning and will show up where and when I’m told.
So as you can see, we’ve had a busy start to 2019.
Jeff

Submitted by: Gregg Petersen