Pawnee High School Alumni

Grover, Colorado (CO)

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Adam T. Kavlick (Tom)

Class of 1963

Hi, everyone, here is my story. I have lived in a small town just outside of St. Louis, Missouri, since graduation. The town is called Festus. I retired from Monsanto Company, in 2001. I married in 1964, and have two sons, Bryon, and Chris. I have four grandsons. Both sons attended college, Bryon, is a full-bird colonel in the Airforce, with over three thousand hours in F-16s and other jets. He was awarded a Silver Star, in the Bosnian Conflict, and has also flown missions in Iraq. Chris, is the Global marketing directior for Beckloff and Associates, in Kansas City, Kansas. Bryon, attended St. Louis University and Chris, attended Emporia State University. Both have Masters Degrees. I lost my wife in 2002, and remarried in 2006. I understand some of my classmates have passed, sorry to hear of their loss. I refereed Football and Basketball for 28years, just retired this year. I am still in good health and play golf everyday weather permitting. I would enjoy hearing from Grover alumni, and if they are ever in the St. Louis, area would enjoy seeing them.

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Allen Allen Klawonn 1970
Andrea Hayes 2008
Bev Burke 1966
Brook Nusz 1994
Ed Ed 1977
Randy Hoke 1972
Shannon Myers 1991
Stan Goodwine 1960

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