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Guest 14-Oct-2017 17:56
Hi Roy, this is Jason Ravlin’s other sister Michelle. This is such a great memorial to both Jeff and Julie. I’m sure Mary is so grateful.
David Guzman 09-Oct-2014 22:19
Hi Roy, I found your website while looking for Marty, Randy, Toby and Robbie Kruse. Since... I have forwarded your site to all the Guzmans (the rest of the family). I remember your brother jerry from band and you too, didn't you work at Thrifty for a while before Gemco? And I remember your sister from High school, I cant remember her name but I recognize her from the pictures. I didn't know you guys were from Holland, very interesting story. Do you know where the Kruse brothers are? Or the Hernandez family and Salazar family? Also from Katherine St. I Congratulate you for the fine job you have done on your website, your action bike photos are treasures to say the least. Thank you again and best wishes.. Dave Guzman "Class of 80"
tereasa petrovich 09-Apr-2013 04:28
leigha 03-Jan-2011 03:33
Hi I was wondering if you remembered at Gemco those turtle neck sweatshrits with lady bug on it's back
Walter Crane 01-Sep-2002 03:10
I worked @ the Bene. Plant from 1973 til 1982. Oh the joys and sorrows of those days.
The future is when we thank the Good Lord for the things of the past. The past is what guides us through the future. And it is all good.
I just took a trip through the Gallery of the mine....... How we loved to hate the mine.and how we hated to leave. We had trama in our Drama!


Walter J. Crane.
"Lynn" Linda Haynes-1975 18-Jun-2002 21:53
I absolutely loved the pictures! It has been many years since I have been back to EM. I now live in a small mining community in Northern Idaho. It is so sad for me at Homecoming time, and others, when people return to their hometown, and visit with friends & family. We really have no hometown to return too. I left the desert in August of 1984. I returned for a visit in 1987. It was one of the saddest things I've ever seen. The streets broken & cracked, with weeds popping out, my home boarded up, the beautiful lush green lawns, now brown. The trees on the front lawn no longer there to offer shade from the burning rays of the sun. I loved all of them, thank you very much........ Lynn
Donna 15-Mar-2002 06:03
Do you have any pictures of Frank Reshard?
Frances 18-Sep-2001 02:02

Hi Roy,
Your site is really neat. Must take alot of time to put together. I was REALLY looking for a picture of Corey, your cool nephew, on YOUR sweet bike! Did I miss it? Let me know. I love ya. Frances
Bud 02-May-2001 03:35
thanks Roy, the pictures are cool.