9. Bob Darrah "Diamond Notebook: Darrah Still Playing
Bob Darrah article from the Register-Mail by Matthew Wheaton. Bob has been involved in
baseball since Galesburg Little League. Bob was a pitcher for GHS, American Legion, and
5 years with the New York Yankee organization. In 2012, Bob is still playing ball. Read the
8. Candace Jacobson Gordon - Awarded "7 Everyday Hero" award
Candace Jacobson was awarded the "7 Everyday Hero Award" for her
hard work and dedication on the Estes Park Relay for Life. Candace is
another classmate that is giving back to her community. Read the entire
article and view her video.
7. Nancy Johnson Knights - Children's Author
Nancy Johnson has recently published her first book. The title is "Gracie's Hill" a wonderful book
for children. And who is Gracie? We have a picture of Nancy and Gracie if you click below.
6. Frank Dexter is One of the Best
Frank Dexter retires from Moline and Tom Wilson of the Register-Mail takes you back through a bit
of history of Frank's career playing for the Silver Streaks and what he has been up to since.
5. Marty Goshert's Daughter
Marty Goshert's daughter has landed a job that she has wanted for the past 15 years. Read this great Register-Mail article
about Stephanie Arnold's new job as the vice consul for the U.S. Consulate General.
4. Bob Bishop
Bob Bishop is living in Paris, France and is the editor of the magazine "Paris Voice". Norm Winick, editor of the
Zephyr, interviewed and wrote an article about Bob back in 1999. We have duplicated that article for you to enjoy.
3. Jim Jacobs
Jim Jacobs has been recognized "Teacher of the Year" again. The Galesburg Register-Mail complimented
Jim for his latest accomplishments. You will want to read this article.
2. Lonnie Stewart
Lonnie Stewart was complimented for his artistic talents with a front page article in the Peoria Journal Star, August 24, 2003.
Check out a few pictures of Lonnie and a small highlight of only some of his accomplishments. There is also a link to the
1.Marje Neice "Wilkinson" writes:
I just wanted to share with you all an article about my oldest son Doug (Jones)
who recently donated one of his kidneys to a friend who needed it.
I am really looking forward to the reunion next year. Itís hard to believe
that we are all so old. I keep in touch via e-mails with Marty, Janet, Trudy
and Rosie but thatís about all. I may see Rosie once a year or so (sheís about
1 hour away) but we both work too many hours to get together much! Let
everyone know that I would be happy to answer any e-mails if anyone would like
to write. Click here to read Doug's story
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