Alicia Garringer ( Kittrell ) 166 Cercle de la Cerese
Sparks, Nevada 89434 I work in the graphics field,and Jim and I live in a little community 2 miles east of Sparks, just off I-80. I have 2 daughters and 2 sons by marriage, 4 granddaughters, and a grandson.
Don Gentry 15373 Isabella Ct.
Corpus Christi, TX 78418 Wentworth Mil. Acad. (parents orders) preempted my happy Parkview days and graduation, but still feel like an alumnus.
I went to Drury, then Wash. Univ. (St. Louis), practiced dentistry for 20 yrs, developed a small dental products company, sold it to a NJ Pharmaceutical Co., retired in '93, and moved to Corpus (N. Padre Island) in '99. Love the wind and water sports here.
Hoping to market other inventions-no hits yet. Love to hear from old friends and classmates
Janet Gentry ( Scott ) 1521 E Crestview
Springfield, MO 65804
Donna Gladden ( Payne ) 4925 Peck Ave.
64055 I have done oil painting for years. This last year and a half I started graphite portraits. Lee and I have a new grandson since we met last time. Now we have three grandsons 17, 13 and 1 year old. Our son Terry and family live in Florida. Terry is a family practice physician. Jeff is an assistant professor at the University of Oklahoma in Norman.
Gary Gourley 767 W. Highland
Springfield, Mo 65807 I was a "northsider" so I only attended school with many of the Parkview grads for two years, but I remember many of the faces and names. I retired in 1994 after 28 years with the Springfield Fire Dept . I have been married for 37 years and have a Daughter and two Grandchildren(soon to be three).
Judy Grier ( Thompson ) 5275 S. Parkhill Avenue Springfield MO. 65810 I have worked at Drury University for 29 years. Prior to Drury I taught at Parkview for three years. I am VP for development and alumni relations. My husband, John Martin died two plus years ago. I remarried Bob Thompson last summer. I met him asking him for money for the new Science Center at Drury. Bob's wife died just a week or so prior to John. I am planning to retire in December so that we can travel.
Bill Gurley 52 Meadowbrook C.C. Estates
Ballwin, Missouri 63011 I accepted an early retirement package in 1993 from Merck & Co., Inc. where I was Dir. Of Marketing for Merck's Calgon Vestal Laboratories Healthcare Group. I say that I am half-retired because since that time, I have been Pres. of Rebcol Corp., a real estate development and investment company in Springfield, a firm started by my dad in 1972. I continue to live in St. Louis and commute to Springfield every other week and have been doing this for 13 years. On alternate weeks, I work out of my St. Louis home office via computer, fax, phone, etc.
I married Judy Carter in 1961, whom I met while attending graduate school at the University of Ark. She was the roomate of one of only two women in the Ark. MBA program, and my roomate and I visited their apartment one night and the rest is history. We are still happily married after 39 years and have three beautiful daughters, all of whom are married and live and work in St. Louis( speech pathologist, attorney and teacher/assistant editor of the River Styx literary magazine).
We have six grandchildren and spend as much quality time as possible with them in St. Louis, at Lake of the Ozarks and at our place in Colorado.
I enjoy visiting this web page and keeping up with my friends and classmates from the 50's.