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SPECIAL EVENTS AND
Notice to motorists: New one-way
street near Central School,
Renew your license plate
REGULAR POSTINGS: Addresses
of city and county officials, Girl Scouts, Logan
County LEPC committee appointments, Oasis
EVENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Notice to motorists
near Central School
The short stretch of
Ottawa Street from Union and Broadway streets, between the First
Baptist Church and Ralph Gale Field, is now one-way only going
north, Don Osborne, Lincoln street superintendent, announced
recently. Motorists should be aware of this change.
Renew your license plate
To renew your license plate online, go to
https://sosrpltwbcl.ilsos.net/IllExpress/ to find out if you are
eligible; then click on the
"renew here" link and enter your code number from the notice you
received in the mail.
POSTINGS FOR ORGANIZATIONS
of city and county officials
City Council members
Elizabeth Davis, Mayor, P.O. Box 353, Lincoln, IL 62656;
David Armbrust, Alderman 3rd Ward, 700 Broadway St., Lincoln, IL
Steve Fuhrer, Alderman 2nd Ward, 1203 Eighth St., Lincoln, IL
Benny Huskins, Alderman 1st Ward, 412 N. Madison St., Lincoln, IL
William Melton, Alderman 4th Ward, 1112 E. Burlington St., Lincoln,
IL 62656; 735-2658
George Mitchell, Alderman 3rd Ward, 427 Wyatt Ave., Lincoln, IL
Michael Montcalm, Alderman 5th Ward, 700 Broadway St., Lincoln, IL
Verl Prather, Alderman 2nd Ward, 700 Broadway St., Lincoln, IL
Glenn Shelton, Alderman 4th Ward, 920 Pekin St., Lincoln, IL
Joseph Stone, Alderman 5th Ward, 270 Southgate, Lincoln, IL
Mr. Pat Madigan, Alderman
1st Ward, 110 Park Place, Lincoln, IL 62656; 735-3724
County Board members
(Effective Dec. 2, 2002)
Brown, 1372 1850th St., Lincoln, IL 62656; 732-2268
- Paul E. Gleason, 1621 Rutledge
Drive, Lincoln, IL 62656; 735-9111
Girl Scout announcements
- Girl Scout leader meetings: the first Thursday of each month, at the usual time and place.
Websites with lots of ideas that Girl Scout leaders, families
or kids can use:
the website for Girl Scouts, Land of Lincoln Council, at http://www.girlscoutsllc.org/.
can send questions and suggestions to the council by clicking here: email@example.com.
Also, see the
national Girl Scouts site at http://www.girlscouts.org/.
County LEPC committee appointments
County Local Emergency Planning Committee, the LEPC, held its spring
quarterly meeting at the Logan County Safety Complex recently.
Yearly elections for all offices, voting delegates, committees and
chairs were held. The following members will serve as officers for
the year 2002.
analysis ó Dan Fulscher*, Kathy Waldo, Lisa Funk, Mike Patridge,
Bobbie Abbott, Steve Siltman
and preparedness ó Lisa Funk*, Rick Nesbit, Sheriff Tony Soloman,
Police Chief Richard Montcalm, IDOT representative Mike Esker
awareness ó Dan Fulscher*, Bobbi Abbott*, Linda Nelson, Joan Crabb,
Don Begolka, Ken Davison
services ó Kathy Waldo*, Lloyd Evans, Gary Bellafiore, Barb Kline,
Roger Leesman, Marsha Stoll, Debbie Cook, Steve Siltman
ó Mike Patridge*, Delmar Stewart, Sheila Nelson, Lincoln City Fire
Chief Washam, Tom Martin
resources ó Steve Siltman*, Lincoln Mayor Beth Davis, Atlanta
Mayor Bill Martin, Dayle Eldredge, Curtis Sutterfield of the
Salvation Army, Devin Vannoy, Ed Houchins
Representatives of constituencies
law requires that one representative from each of the following
categories be included in the LEPC membership. The delegate and
predesignated alternate are listed for each constituency.
representative of elected official ó Dayle Eldredge; Bill Martin
enforcement ó Ed Baunach, Tim Butterfield
defense and emergency management ó Dan Fulscher; Terry Storer
ó Robert Washam; Roger Leesman
aid and EMT ó Steve Siltman; Tom Martin
ó Kathy Waldo; Lloyd Evans
environmental ó Mike Patridge; Warren Wendlandt
ó Barb Kline; Gary Auten
ó Don Begolka; Brian Hinds
print, electronic media ó Joan Crabb; Jan Youngquist
groups ó Mary Elston; Tammy Buse
and operators of regulated facilities ó Lisa Funk; Sheila Nelson
The Oasis, Logan
Countyís senior citizen center, 501 Pulaski St. in Lincoln, is open
weekdays (except holidays) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The center is open
also on Friday and Sunday nights for table games. Dominic Dalpoas is
the executive director. Activities are open to all Logan County
senior citizens, regardless of membership.
The Oasis will be closed on Dec. 24 and
25 for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day and on Dec. 31 and Jan. 1 for
New Yearís Eve and New Yearís Day. Please note these holidays on
Yearís Eve party
The reservation deadline for the New
Yearís Eve party at The Oasis has been extended to noon on Dec. 19.
We need to have 25 people signed up or we will have to cancel the
event. There will be fun, food and favors! The celebration is
scheduled for 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. for a cost of only $8 per person. Please call 732-6132 for a reservation.
A special "take advantage of the
post-holiday sales" shopping trip to Springfield is scheduled for
Jan. 6 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lunch is on your own. Cost of
transportation is $7 for Oasis members and $9 for others. Please
call 732-6132 for a reservation by Jan. 3.
Alice Thornton was the lucky winner of
the monthly free lunch
sponsored by Bobís Roast Beef.
Weekly pinochle winners recently were
Linda Hughes, Henry Warnisher and Easter Behrends. Weekend winners
were Pauline Boward for pinochle and Harley Heath for pool.
The Oasis members receive bimonthly newsletters by mail. For more
information, call 732-6132 or 732-5844.
forms are now available online! Print out yours, fill it out,
bring it or send it in to Lincoln Daily News. We welcome your
pictures, black and white as well as color. This free
service is extended to all of our readers. Your announcement will
be posted online. Anyone, anywhere can read it! Now Aunt Betty in
Florida, Uncle Bob in Alaska, and Cousin Frank in Fiji can log in
and read your announcement on Lincoln Daily News!
here to see and print the wedding announcement form]
here to see and print the anniversary announcement form]
here to see and print the engagement announcement form]
Toys for Tots collection started
The U.S. Marine Corps
Reserve Illinois Chapter of the Leathernecks Motorcycle Club
International is collecting donations for Toys for Tots. The
collected 33 toys just at the parade Thursday night.
Toys for Tots is an
organization founded by the U.S. Marine Corps to provide needy
children with hope through the gift of toys at Christmas. For
more information, visit
If you would like to help, please bring new, still-packaged,
unwrapped presents to one of the many drop-off points in Lincoln. These can be found at all grocery stores, Big R, Pizza Hut, Walgreens, CILCO and the Lincoln College Student Center.
If you know of a child who should be considered for a recipient of a
gift from Toys for Tots, please contact Docia Barrick at Community
Action, (217) 732-2159.
A thankful story,
a LifeLine pilot story
It was early morning Jan.
19, 1999. A large winter storm shrouded the Midwest in snow and ice.
Truck driver Bob Frank was about to start his daily route. He walked
across the frozen parking lot. In that split second between one step
and the next, his feet flew out from under him and life changed
forever. Stunned, he picked himself up, noting the pain in his
spine, but shrugged it off, determined to get his dayís work done.
[Click here to
view more photos]
Focused on getting through the snowy
day, he pushed aside the nagging, increasing pain and finished his
route. It was the last day he worked as a truck driver.
Step back 42 years. Paul Schmutzler,
only 14 then, began learning to fly in his fatherís plane and
quickly got his pilotís certificate. He went to college, got a job,
continued to fly and gained some of the extra ratings, including
instrument and multi-engine ratings. He became a
helicopter-certified flight instructor and got his commercial
Schmutzler currently lives in Palatine
and is retired from Exxon Mobile Corporation. Heís accumulated about
3,000 hours of flight time logged in 42 years of experience.
Next meet Alan Bernard. He is president
of a manufacturing company, Mid Park, Inc., located in Kentucky.
Bernard, like Schmutzler, is a pilot. Heís been flying 14 years and
has approximately 1,500 hours logged flight time.
Also meet Bill LaFever. Heís from
Atlanta, Ga. LaFever assists with the CNN website, integrating new
technologies for a living. He flies in his off time too. He has 600
hours in 10 years.
Schmutzler, Bernard and LaFever all
hold a love and expertise in flying. All three also carry the title
of humanitarian. A humanitarian, according to Websterís, is "a
person devoted to promoting the welfare of humanity, especially
through the elimination of pain and suffering." All three men fly
mercy missions aiding in the relief of human suffering. Bob Frank
would be meeting these three men in a few years.
Following his accident, Frank was
referred from one doctor to the next before the third, a
neurosurgeon in Bloomington, performed disk surgery. However, the
He was bounced doctor-to-doctor twice
more, until the fifth doctor identified he now had a hyper-mobile
sacroiliac joint. He recommended Frank see a specialist in Atlanta,
There, in October of 2000, Frank had a
second surgery. The doctors took bone from his hip and placed screws
in the left side of the joint. The intent was to cause bone to fuse
at the injury site. The surgery was moderately successful. Another
trip to Atlanta, in May of 2002, determined that the right side of
his backbone would also need the same treatment in order to fully
stabilize the joint.
It had been already been over three
years since Frank had had good health and a good job. He was still
suffering with pain and needing additional surgery. The family was
stressed. Then, as they were considering the third surgery, Frankís
wife, Cheryl, had her job cut to part-time and lost benefits as
well. These were hard times for the Frank family.
Already financially strapped, they
decided that it didnít matter. He needed that surgery. But he and
Cheryl realized that the return drive from Atlanta following the
surgery would be too hard and too long to drive. So Bob would go
alone and fly both ways. Once surgery was scheduled, they would
search for the best air prices for the trip they couldnít afford.
A friend put him in touch with LifeLine
Pilots, which coordinates flights for people with medical or other
life urgencies and financial need. It is a not-for-profit agency
with approximately 500 pilots covering the Midwest. Their home base
is at the Byerly Terminal at the Greater Peoria Regional Airport.
The agency serves 15 states in the Midwest: Arkansas, Illinois,
Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri,
Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Tennessee and Wisconsin.
[Photos provided by Bob Frank]
pinpointed area shows the extensive Midwest territory that LifeLine pilots
The pilots are highly experienced, and
most have their flight instrument rating. So they are able to fly in
almost any weather conditions. When they commit to a flight, the
saying is they "accept missions."
Schmutzler, Bernard and LaFever are
representative of the volunteer pilots who fly with various agencies
all over the United States. As Schmutzler said, "I want my flying
time to count for something."
Pilots not only donate their time but
also provide the airplanes, which they either own or lease. Their
airplanes must seat four to six people. The pilots also cover the
costs of fuel and any other expenditures incurred during a trip.
Bernard said he thinks that all pilots
are doing it for just about the same reasons. He said, "Itís a way
to do two good things at the same time. One is to do what you enjoy
doing, which is flying. The other is to help somebody out."
"When you fly these missions, most of
the time you get to go to places you havenít gone before," he said.
"You get to meet new people. Some of the missions stick with you a
lot more than others. The kids stick with you more. People have a
crisis in their life, and you always have some sympathy for them. I
enjoy being around them."
Speaking of his passengers, Bernard
said, "Theyíve always been good people, very appreciative. A lot of
them canít believe that the pilots would do this for nothing."
Summarizing, he said, "Itís just a good
thing. We get to fly our planes, we get to help people out, we get
to go places weíve never been, we get to meet people weíve never
met. I think everybody wins."
Frank needed to go to Atlanta, which is
outside LifeLineís southern boundary. LifeLine mission coordinators
made special arrangements with a sister agency, Angel Flights, that
serves the South.
In a matter of a few days, after
filling out all the necessary paperwork, Frank was approved and
waiting for pilots who could fill his itinerary.
Schmutzler, Bernard and LaFever
accepted the mission to assist Frank for his surgery. They agreed to
fly him from Decatur to DeKalb Peachtree Airport in Atlanta, Ga., on
Sept. 17 and return him from Atlanta to Decatur on Sept. 21.
flew him in his Cessna P210 from Decatur to Elizabethtown, Ky. on
picked him up from Elizabethtown and delivered him to his
destination in Georgia. On Sept. 21 he picked Frank up at
Elizabethtown and returned him to Decatur. They flew in Bernardís
twin propeller Beachcraft Baron.
provided the opening return leg from Georgia to Kentucky on Sept.
21. They flew in his Mooney.
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Schmutzler and Bernard are two of
almost 500 pilots flying the Midwest LifeLine missions. LaFever
flies missions for Angel Flight, Inc., which is based in Tulsa,
pilot Paul Schmutzler and Bob Frank before takeoff from Decatur
Schmutzler has flown 14 missions and
says he made his decision to do this because he "wanted to do some
worthwhile flying." He said, "I can devote time [to people] and
enjoy my airplane."
He went on praising the people he has
flown. "All the people have good attitudes," he said, and they are
dealing with challenging situations. "They are inspirational." He
gets a lot out of being around them.
Bernard was LifeLineís 2001 Pilot of
the Year. Mission coordinator Carol Street explained some of the
reason he was given that honor: "When youíre in a jam, heíll help
He once accepted a mission to transport
a 3-month-old baby with congestive heart failure who was not
expected to live much longer. Concern set in while considering the
seriousness of the situation. He called the office and asked, "What
do I do if the child dies in flight?" Before the coordinator could
answer, he said, "Never mind, Iíll handle it," and flew the mission.
Thatís the kind of man he is, Street
said. "If ever there was a definition of a LifeLine pilot, it would
be Allen Bernard." He has flown 25 to 30 missions.
The pilots are alerted to needs through
the office. The Peoria LifeLine has three professional office staff
and an executive director who handle administrative processes.
Street and Mary Heath act as "mission coordinators." Julie Puckett
is office manager. Bob Hultgren started his first day on the job as
executive director on Oct.1.
The staff members process information
and requests and act as liaisons between pilots and those who need
flight arrangements. Long flights such as Frankís often require
multiple pilot and plane coordination and may incorporate other
When a request is approved, flight
coordinators send out e-mails or in urgent situations make phone
calls to area-specific pilots. As pilots respond, a flight itinerary
is set up and then given to the beneficiary. Because of the urgent
and frequently fluctuating medical situations, itineraries often
have to be changed at the last minute.
Frank said the people in the office
were friendly and helpful. He was so impressed with them that he
went there before his surgery just to meet them and take pictures.
Frank is back home recovering now. His
wife Cheryl says, "Heís pretty sore, but heís getting along well."
Heís in physical therapy, and his prognosis for a full recovery is
good this time.
On Thursday when their kids come to
visit, bringing the grandchildren too, they will truly be
celebrating Thanksgiving this year.
Frank is glad he got to make this trip
with LifeLine, "I wish Iíd have known about them for the other trips
I had to make. It made it so much easier." This relieved some of the
financial burden. He smiled, "And everyone was so friendly!"
Frank, Alan Bernard and Cheryl Frank in front of Bernard's Beachcraft
Baron in Decatur at trip's close]
He said the pilots were wonderful and
the flying was smooth. "It was lots better than if I had ridden in a
car. If it werenít for [the fact] that I was on the way for surgery
going there and the pain having just had surgery coming back, I
would love to have taken this trip anytime. It was great."
LifeLine welcomes monetary donations.
Cash donations pay for office equipment, the small professional
staff and office operating expenditures. Donations of materials are
accepted as well. Some past donations include teddy bears for
children, computers and other technology equipment used for
communications and daily operations.
Also, speakers are available if you
would like someone to come and talk to your organization about
You can visit the LifeLine website at
Lifeline, Inc. dba LifeLine Pilots
Suite 302, Byerly Terminal
Greater Peoria Regional Airport
6100 W. Dirksen Parkway, Peoria, IL 61607
Hours: The office is open
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Central time.
Office: (309) 697-6865
Office fax: (309) 697-6541
To speak to a flight coordinator: 1
E-mail a general question:
Angel Flightís main office is located
at 1515 East 71st St., Suite 312, Tulsa, OK.
All over the U.S.:
Remember last Thursday? It
got darker rather than lighter as the day wore on. Our first real
threat of winter teased as temperatures dropped, the wind picked up
and snow mixed with rain fell over the Lincoln area.
On the outer reaches of the county, in
Atlanta, three men defied a rational response to seek the light and
warmth of shelter. They faced the inhospitable elements because they
had a job that needed doing that day.
It was proof that members of the Logan
County Habitat for Humanity wonít shirk a commitment where there is
a real need. The crew that day was composed of George Dahmm, Joe
Funk and Joe Runyon. They had been called to the task by Rick
Campbell, weatherization and energy assistance director for CIEDC,
Central Economic Development Corp., also known as Community Action.
Campbell received a call on Monday,
Nov. 18, from Korin Crosetto. Crosetto said that her father just had
his leg amputated and he would be coming home from the hospital at
the end of the week. They needed a ramp built to get him in and out
of the house, and they couldnít afford one.
Campbell did some checking, and
Crosetto qualified for assistance. Campbell said that it was with
the permission and enthusiasm of Jane Poertner, executive director
of CIEDC, that they contacted the Logan County Habitat for Humanity
and Mitchell-Newhouse Lumber Company. The Habitat crew was asked to
donate the labor and Mitchell-Newhouse to donate the materials. They
both agreed, and the family was contacted Tuesday morning that the
ramp would be built for them.
And so that is how it came to be that
on that nasty day Dahmm, Funk and Runyon drug out their tools and in
short order constructed a wheelchair ramp.
Dahmm said, "We didnít talk a lot that
day. We just worked." In four soggy hours they were done. "We got
finished before the rain quit," he said.
When LDN contacted Crosetto the next
day to see how things were going, she said her dad was doing all
right. "Heís eating some soup right now," she added.
"The guys that came out from Habitat
were really nice guys," she said. "They were fast workers and
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The family is very thankful for the
assistance CIEDC offered and appreciates all the efforts of those
involved in completing this task for them in such a speedy manner.
Campbell says: "We at Community Action
know that that is what itís all about, people helping people. If we
can assist anyone in any way, we will, and if we canít assist them
firsthand, we can probably find the resources that can help."
The citizens of Logan County are very
fortunate to live in an abundant and generous place. As Campbell
points out, "It is very good to know that when a situation like this
comes up, people in our community step up to the plate and take care
of things. We at Community Action hope to see this sort of thing
He added, "If everyone would get
involved and help each other, it would be a much better world."
This is the second time in the past
year CIEDC has coordinated efforts to accomplish the building of
handicap ramps. The last one was in Lincoln for a young
wheelchair-bound child. It was also built by the Habitat team with
materials supplied by Mitchell-Newhouse.
Dahmm says, "We wonít do this for just
anybody. We do it for special people."
The Logan County Habitat will be
celebrating 10 years as an affiliate in 2003. They are near paying
off past house building expenses and will soon begin a new home for
another family. The property has already been secured. Funds are
continually being raised for new homes.
All funds given to the Logan County
chapter stay in Logan County for homes to be built here. The next
fund-raiser will be a dinner dance ball on Feb. 1 at the Knights of
Columbus. Watch LDN for further details.
Monetary donations can be sent to:
Logan County Habitat for Humanity
P.O. Box 714
Lincoln, IL 62656
more about the plans of the Habitat for Humanity of Logan County or
volunteering to work on a house, you can contact any of its board
members and officers: George Dahmm, president; Phil Dehner, vice
president; Leonard Krusemark, secretary; Harley Petri, treasurer;
along with Bill Sahs, Terry Lock, Lyle Fout, Ken Benham, Don Begolka,
Connie Dehner, Pam Ridgeway, Allen Shew and Bill Meyer.
kettles are coming! The kettles are coming!
Itís that time of year
again! With a goal of $25,000, the Logan County Salvation Army will
begin their annual Christmas Kettle Campaign on Saturday, Nov. 30.
Ringers will be at
the Lincoln Wal-Mart at 9 a.m. and at the Lincoln Kroger at 10 a.m.
Bell ringing will be taking place at the Lincoln IGA throughout the
campaign as well. There will also be small counter kettles at
several locations throughout Logan County.
The 2002 Christmas
Kettle Campaign is scheduled through Christmas Eve, Tuesday, Dec.
Volunteer bell ringers are needed. If
interested, please call (217) 732-7890 or stop by the office, 1501
N. Kickapoo St. in Lincoln.
[Click here to read "A day in the
life of an election judge"]
all across this country and, in fact, around the world, claim roots in
Logan County. They have very interesting stories to tell, and some of them
like to connect with those of us who stayed at home. Logan County Diaspora
publishes the stories of former Logan County residents. With their
permission, we also include their e-mail addresses so that old friends
might be reunited. If you wish to be part of the Logan County
Diaspora, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
on names to see letters and stories.
Indicates LDN sponsors
and Friends in the Armed Forces
is a time like no other. Since Sept. 11 we are a changed
nation. Individually, our daily sensitivity toward whom and what we have
in our lives has been heightened. We are more conscious and
appreciative, first about those we love and see every day.
Next, we have a newfound appreciation for those who risk their
lives every day as rescue workers and protectors of life and
property in our communities. We also now think more about our
military men and women who are committed to serve and protect
our country. Many are away engaged in battle, some are in
waiting to go, all are ready to lay their lives on the line in
defense of our freedom.
and relatives serving in the armed forces are listed here so we might all hold them in our thoughts, prayers and well
wishes. If you know of other friends and relatives serving (they
need not be from Logan County),
please send the information to email@example.com. Along with the name, you are invited to include the branch of
service, current location of service, postal address, e-mail
address and relationship to the person providing the information (optional).
A1C James P. Allen
U.S. Air Force
820 Red Horse Squadron
Nellis AFB, Nevada
Son of John and Jo Ann Allen of Beason
2001 graduate of Lincoln
Community High School
A1C Jerome A. Allen
U.S. Air Force
At Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada
Postal address: 5805 Mountain Home St.
Nellis AFB, NV 89191
Son of John and Jo Ann Allen of
2000 graduate of Lincoln Community High School
and wife Susan Allen (Elza)
West Point, N.Y.
Sgt. Brad Boss
160th SOAR(A) "Nightstalkers"
Fort Campbell, Ky.
Lackland Air Force Base,
Fort Campbell, Ky.
Son of Cheryl and Bob Frank
Army National Guard
From Mount Pulaski
SRA Chassidy Dority
U.S. Air Force
Currently in the Middle East
Daughter of Robert and Teresa Matherly
Evan Jay Downey,
Karen and Ethan
U.S. Air Force
Air Force Base, England
Son of Lucky Eichner
1988 graduate of LCHS
LTJG Frederick V. Dehner
Currently en route from Saldina, Italy, to the USS Annapolis,
stationed at Groton, Conn.
Home on leave: Contact at 732-2861
Son of Philip and Connie L. Dehner
1984 graduate of Lincoln
Community High School
Fort Benning, Ga.
Tech. Sgt. Veronica Hasprey
Prime Beef Deployed
Operation Northern Watch
APO AE - 09396 - 5000
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second column in this section]
U.S. Army Reserves
378th Chemical Co.
Daughter of Ken and Linda Hill of
1999 graduate of Illini Central
A1C Chad M.
U.S. Air Force
Hurlburt Field, Florida
Son of Mike and Suzie Maxheimer of Chestnut and Michelle Lowe of
2000 graduate of Mount
Pulaski High School
In basic training
address: 5409-B Steeplechase Drive
Fredericksburg, VA 22407
Sgt. James M. Rehmann II
Illinois Army National Guard
1/131 Infantry (Air Assault)
9Ĺ years prior U.S.
Navy service, active duty, Electronics Technician Second Class
Distinguished Service from Sept. 25, 1990, to
Maj. James E.
Deborah, Nathan, Emily
U.S. Air Force
U.S. Army National Guard
1544th Trans Co.
Son of James and Nita Rybolt
1997 graduate of LCHS
graduate of LCHS
Husband of Nahani Lynn Skelton
Erika L. Slayton
National Guard, 183rd Fighter Wing
address: Erika Slayton
PSC 5 Box
APO AE 09050
Daughter of Lloyd (Ed) and Bridget
Robby, Ami-Jo and Angela Spickard
National Guard medical
SrA Brandi N.
and husband SrA Ben A. Splitter
Stationed at RAF Mildenhall, United Kingdom
Daughter of Donna L. Sommers of Beason and Hank Barr of
1997 graduate of LCHS
U.S. Air Force
At Ramstein Air Base, Germany
Class of 1982
class reunion in cyberspace for 1960 graduates of LCHS
The Postville Courthouse revisited, by Stan
Stringer, posted Feb. 12, 2002, in LDN
Lincoln Lakes beach,
by Stan Stringer, posted July 10, 2001
Stan Stringer tells story of Mark Hollandís buzzing of Lincoln,
posted May 11, 2001
Leigh Henson, now a college teacher in Missouri, remembers Miss
Jones, Jefferson School principal,
posted March 29, 2001
Foreign Service officer recalls infamous Valentine's Day '79 in
Tehran, by George McKinney, posted Feb. 15, 2001
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