2016 REUNION

2016 WFF Cert.
We just received a “Certificate of Appreciation” from the Wildland Firefighter Foundation, giving the Oak Grove Hotshot crew GOLD CLUB MEMBER status in the 52 club. We should all be very proud of our contributions to the WFF and challenge all Hotshot crews to becoming GOLD CLUB MEMBERS.

On July 22, the Wildland Firefighter Foundation (WFF) posted on their Facebook page that they had received a $600 donation from the Oak Grove Hotshots. This donation came from the sale of “patches”, coins, tee shirts, etc. Without your support we would not have been able to do it. Fellow crew members like Larry Boggs and Chuck Grennell, jumped right in to do the logistical work necessary to make this happen. Your continued support of the WFF and the Oak Grove Hotshots is greatly appreciated.

OAK GROVE HOTSHOT 2016 REUNION
Great group and a wonderful time telling and hearing the stories again. As old as we all are now, it seemed therapeutic to see those that we have not seen in years. We had several folks that have never attended a reunion and are planning for the next one in 2018. The Lake Tahoe area and the hotel facility for our event continue to be excellent.
Through sales of patches and trading coins, we were able to donate $600.00 to the Wildland Firefighter Foundation in the name of the Oak Grove Hotshots.
We hope to see even more next time and keep those comments and postings coming in.
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ATTENDEE LIST
Steve Arney and his wife Gig from Roseville, CA
Jack Von Ah and his wife Martha from Godfrey, IL
Larry Boggs and his wife Nancy from Chico, CA
Chuck Grennell from Arnold, CA
Wolfgang Tamm and his wife Norma from Sunland, CA
Jim Frakes from Clarkston, WA
George Roby from Claremont, CA
Tom Ralls and his wife Marilyn from Escondido, CA
John (Bill) Vaughan from Coronado, CA
George Hershberger and his wife Mary from Blackfoot, ID
Robert Olin from Olancha, CA
Royal Mannion and his wife Kathy from Redding, CA
Dave Rhodes from Lewiston, CA
Mike McGeragle and his wife Sandy from Angeles Camp, CA
Jim Stumpf and his wife Jean from Meridan, ID
Todd Heckert from Shelton, WA
Greg Ruggles from Temple City, CA
Gary Reynolds from Volcano, CA
Mike Dougherty from Star, ID
Fred Schoeffler from Pine, AZ
Chirs Cuzynski and his wife Suzie from Alta Loma, CA
Claude Marsh and his wife Gwen from Minden, NV
Paul Copeland and his wife Kathy from Sierra Madre, CA
Chet Cash from Arroyo Grande, CA
Duane Casita from Volcano, CA
Bob Concklin and his wife Darlene from Petaluma, CA
John Bowser and his wife Earlene from Alta Loma, CA
Kenny Peugh and his wife Betty Sue from Orleans, CA
Jack Lane and his wife Joyce from Little Rock, CA
Tom Kruschke from Oxnard, CA
Collin Kruschke from Camarillo, CA
Dick Williamson and his wife Patty from Twain Hart, CA
Clar Byers from Minden, NV
Bob Powers and his wife Barbra from Twin Falls, ID
Mike Gutierrez from Norco, CA
Tom Akins and his wife Lorna from Groveland, CA

Where are the attendee’s from:
CA = 26 IL = 2 WA = 2 ID = 7 AZ = 1 NV = 3

16 Reunion 1 Left Collin Kruschke Kenny Peugh
Left Collin Kruschke and Kenny Peugh

L. Dave Rhodes  Chet Cash

L. Dave Rhodes Chet Cash


Jim Stumpf second from R.

Jim Stumpf second from R.


L.  Dick Williamson

L. Dick Williamson


Collin Kruschke

Collin Kruschke


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Jean Stumpf far right next to Gwen Marsh

Jean Stumpf far right next to Gwen Marsh


L. Suzie Cuzynski  Patty Williamson

L. Suzie Cuzynski Patty Williamson


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L.  Gig Arney

L. Gig Arney


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Betty Sue Peugh

Betty Sue Peugh


L.  Stumpf  Earlene and John Bowser  Claude Marsh

L. Stumpf Earlene and John Bowser Claude Marsh


center  Tom Kruschke

center Tom Kruschke


Gary Reynolds

Gary Reynolds


Chuck Grennel

Chuck Grennel


Tom Akins

Tom Akins


Chris Cuzynski  far R

Chris Cuzynski far R


Wolfgang Tamm

Wolfgang Tamm


Duane Casita  over left shoulder of Chet Cash

Duane Casita over left shoulder of Chet Cash


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Sandy McGeragle

Sandy McGeragle


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Jim Frakes

Jim Frakes


L.  Bill Vaughn

L. Bill Vaughn


Mike Dougherty

Mike Dougherty


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middle   Clar Byers

middle Clar Byers


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L.  Bob Olin

L. Bob Olin


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Tom Ralls

Tom Ralls


Bob Powers

Bob Powers


R.  Steve Arney

R. Steve Arney


L.  Mary Hershberger

L. Mary Hershberger


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George Hershberger

George Hershberger


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Nancy Boggs

Nancy Boggs


Royal Mannion

Royal Mannion


middle  Paul Copeland

middle Paul Copeland


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L.  Dave Rhodes

L. Dave Rhodes


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Bob Conklin

Bob Conklin


R.  Barb Powers

R. Barb Powers


Mike Gutierrez

Mike Gutierrez


Jack and Joyce Lane

Jack and Joyce Lane


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From the top  Norma Tamm  Mike McGeragle  Jack VonAh  Martha VonAh  Sandy McGeragle  Gig Arney  Wolf Tann

From the top Norma Tamm Mike McGeragle Jack VonAh Martha VonAh Sandy McGeragle Gig Arney Wolf Tamm


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Larry Boggs

Larry Boggs


George Roby

George Roby


Mike McGeragle

Mike McGeragle


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[caption id="attachment_876" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Fred Schoeffler Fred Schoeffler

Your Stay With us

Dear Steve Arney,

Our team is getting a little antsy. They’re coming up with special recipes, creative cocktails and ideas on the best places to ski, hike, golf and explore.

All because they caught wind that you’ll be joining us on Tuesday, May 24, 2016 and have reserved a K suite for 2 night(s). They want to ensure you experience Tahoe like a local. That’s part of our “My Tahoe” pledge; to provide you with an “inside experience” of our little pocket of amazing.

As you can see, we’re looking forward to your visit. As you’re about to see, we’ve also got quite a lineup in place while you’re here.

The Gondola and Heavenly Village (shopping, skating, miniature golf, etc…) is just steps from your room and minutes from the slopes. 24 hour entertainment is just a few steps across the Stateline; Lake Tahoe is a ten minute walk out the front door and scenic hiking trails are just out the back door.

Then again, you’ll find plenty happening right here at the Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel. You’ll get a free breakfast buffet every morning, including bakery delights, fresh fruit and our special egg casserole. After that, you might consider a trip to our Exercise Room or Pool — conveniently located next to the breakfast atrium. Our 24 hour covered valet parking is just $26 per day and can be added now by calling 530-544-5400, or when you arrive.

Lastly, if you’re the kind who likes to explore destinations through the eyes of a local, chat up any of our staff for details. Each one wears a name badge that says a little about their passions in life, everything from sharing the best hiking trail, best beach, best golf course, or the best ski run.

Your suite is ready and so are we. See you soon.

Sincerely,
The Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel Team

OAK GROVE HOTSHOT 2016 REUNION
MAY 24TH and 25th
LAKE TAHOE RESORT HOTEL 530.543.2114 for reservations
Keyword: for reservation discount OAK GROVE HOTSHOT
Happy New Year! 2016 is here and in only five (5) short months, so will our reunion. Come join us in beautiful South Lake Tahoe, California. This Reunion is not limited to Oak Grove Hotshots. All former and current Forest Service employees are welcome. Space can be limited so get your reservations in now and mark your calendar. See you there and Boggs is buying.
RINGS
We have made arrangements with the Dunham Manufacturing Company to produce a Woody logo ring and the Pine Tree logo ring. The rings are model 1031-RT in the Category of a Family Crest. The metal is Palisil (silver) and considered white in color. Engraving is free with perhaps the year/s you were on the crew or Forest. Design work has been paid for. The price for the ring is $118 plus $15 shipping. Contact:
Fernando Corral fernando@dunham-mfg.com
Dunham Jewelry Manufacturing, Inc.
7730 Trade Center Ave. El Paso TX 79912
Phone: 915.845.1722 Toll Free: 1.866.545.1722 Fax: 915.845.7584
Woody ring 2

For the benefit of the Wildland Firefighter Foundation (WFF) all proceeds from the sale of both the “Pine Tree” patch and the “Woody” patch, will go to the Foundation.
Buy one for yourself, your children and grandchildren and tell them the history of these fine patches. We believe the “Pine Tree” patch (circa 1955) was the first unofficial patch used by the Forest Service. Here is how you get them:
Contact Chuck Grennell either by emailing Chuck at: chuckgrennell@gmail.com or call him at: area code 209.795.4782. Or even if you prefer snail-mail, his mailing address is: P.O. Box 2506, Arnold, CA 95223
Cost is $4.00 per patch for either one and up to 4 patches for a $1.00 mailing fee. Up to 8 patches for $2.00 mailing fee and Chuck will negotiate on order-by-order beyond 8.
Both patches are on sale now and will also be available at the reunion if any are left, so we suggest you order now because the stock is limited.
Also, please pass the word to those you know about these patches and where the proceeds will go. Support the Wildland Firefighter Foundation (WFF).
OGHS patches

OAK GROVE HOTSHOT 2016 REUNION
MAY 24TH and 25th

LAKE TAHOE RESORT HOTEL 530.543.2114 for reservations
Keyword: for reservation discount OAK GROVE HOTSHOT

For the benefit of the Wildland Firefighter Foundation (WFF) all proceeds from the sale of both the “Pine Tree” patch and the “Woody” patch, pictured below, will go to the Foundation.
Buy one for yourself, your children and grandchildren and tell them the history of these fine patches. We believe the “Pine Tree” patch (circa 1955) was the first unofficial patch used by the Forest Service. You can find a similar patch on ebay for more than twice the price and the profits do not go to the WFF.
Here is how you get them:
Contact Chuck Grennell either by emailing Chuck at: chuckgrennell@gmail.com or calling him at: area code 209.795.4782. Or even if you prefer snail-mail, his mailing address is: P.O. Box 2506, Arnold, CA 95223
Cost is $4.00 per patch for either one and up to 4 patches for a $1.00 mailing fee. Up to 8 patches for $2.00 mailing fee and Chuck will negotiate on order-by-order beyond 8.
Both patches are on sale now and will also be available at the reunion if available, so we suggest you order now because the stock is limited.
Also, please pass the word to those you know about these patches and where the proceeds will go. Support the Wildland Firefighter Foundation.

Well, it’s on!! The 2016 Oak Grove Hotshot Reunion Committee has selected both the location and the date for the next reunion.
Mark your calendars for May 24th and 25th (Tuesday and Wednesday) of 2016 for South Lake Tahoe. This reunion will be informal as was the 2014.
We are returning to the Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel at Heavenly for a variety of reasons including central location, a variety of “things to do”, and the companionable atmosphere of the atrium.
Reservations can be made either by calling toll-free to: 1.800.988.9895 or by going to the hotel’s website: http://www.tahoeresorthotel.com and using the group code: OAKGROVE.
Room rates are $109 for a standard King plus tax. The hotel is also giving us a valet parking and Internet (WiFi) reduction during our stay.
We are also working on keepsake items that include patches and ring. The first patch is the pine tree patch on a shield with a green border and “Angeles” written on top with “Natlforest” along the bottom. The next patch is the Woody logo patch. Both of these patches will cost an estimated $2.50 each if you purchase at the reunion. Otherwise $2.50 plus mailing charges if mailed to you. The next item is a ring called a “family crest” style ring with either of the two logos mentioned above. The cost of these rings will depend on the metal you order it with and will range about $90 up. Any proceeds will go to the Wildland Firefighter Foundation.
We will need your input on your interest on the patches and ring and please be specific as to the item.
Feedback is always appreciated.
Woody Woodpecker patch
old patch 004

A little update on our proposed 2016 Reunion. At this point the Oak Grove Hotshot Crew Association (O.G.H.C.A.) is about 90% certain that we will have a 2016 Reunion, the question is where. The OGHCA is looking into opportunities at the following locations: Reno (two sites) South Lake Tahoe (same place we used in 2014) Sacramento (two sites) San Fransisco Bay area, San Diego and a nice invitation from Tom York in Ojai. We have established criteria for the site and we know no matter where we have the reunion it will not fit the needs for everyone.
If you have comments please contact us at: oghotshot@comcast.net

Went out via email contact list on Jan. 15, 2015
Possible Oak Grove Hotshot 2016 reunion
We are investigating interest in having a 2016 reunion to be held in May and we need your help.
We have had two wonderful reunions, one in 2012 that was pretty formal with speakers, memorabilia and a luncheon. In 2014 we had a very informal reunion that was basically a get together.
This reunion is open to any former Forest Service employee and spouses that would like to participate.
Please hit your reply button and tell us yes or no and if a “yes”, let us know what kind of reunion you would like and where.
Email: oghotshot@comcast.net
Thank you, Oak Grove Hotshot 2016 Reunion committee.

I just saw a note from Mike Rogers supporting the proposed reunion in May. Yes I think its a great idea, Reno is a good place. May I suggest the Atlantis—great rates.

Yes. Formal or informal. No location preference.
Dick Williamson

Yes, I am very interested. Tahoe was nice, but is that centrally located for all?
Gerry Himango

Reunion Committee:

Although I had planned on attending the 2012 & 2014 Reunion’s, unfortunately; I was unable. I will be clearing my calendar early to attend the 2016 reunion……so my answer is YES.

Whichever reunion format (formal vs. informal) would yield the greatest attendance may be something to consider.

If you are searching for a location, perhaps San Diego would be an attractive option. I would be able to assist with the logistics and coordinate with the management of potential venues. Just a thought.

Thanks in advance for the opportunity to provide feedback.
Brian Fennessy
Assistant Fire Chief Emergency Operations
San Diego Fire-Rescue Department

Yes, definitely.
Larry Thomas

I really enjoyed both reunions, but the informal style left us a lot of options. I’m willing to travel.
Tom Kruschke

Yes, A informal maybe with a dinner.
Claude Marsh

yes, perhaps a mix between 12 and 14
Jim Stumpf

Sure!
Jim Robb

Yes we would come just let us know when and where
Jack Lane

Hi Steve,
I would support a get together in May. The 1st part of May does not work for us as I am tied up on a large project for the US Navy the 1st two weeks in May. I agree with George Roby, keep it informal and that Reno would be a good location, easy to get in and out of, good room rates, lots of good inexpensive food choices. There are some good Basque Restaurants in Reno that would work for a large group. I like the Basque Restaurant in the Santa Fe Hotel in the heart of downtown Reno. May is part of the slow season in the tourist industry in Reno so you should get some excellent group rates in late May. We do have our oldest grandson graduating from High School in Virginia the 1st week in June, so June of 2015 would not work for me.
Mike Rogers

Happy New Year to you and yours.
I’d be interested in participating again – depending on the dates you choose. I’d recommend an informal gathering again – maybe with an evening happy hour with no host bar and appetizers in Reno again. This would help get/force everyone to gather in one place to mix and mingle and trade war stories – without a formal agenda. Reno’s pretty easy to get to, reasonable room rates, reasonable food, entertainment, etc.
The week you’ve been having it is not good for us (and a few others) due to the conflict with the Los Padres Compadres Reunion at Pozo. Some of us could make it work better if you scheduled the OG reunion for 2 or 3 days during the period of May 20 to June 6. If this makes it difficult for others I wouldn’t change your normal dates.
Just food for thought. Best Regards, G.A.

Yah, Sure getting together again would be fun. Loved hearing the stories that were told!
Greg Ruggles

Steve,
This sounds good to me. I liked the informal style better of the two.
Chuck Grennell

Yes. Like 2014.
Bruce Hamp

I would definitely attend a 2016 reunion. In fact, if there is enough interest to schedule one, I would be happy to assist in putting it together. I planned a lot of training and other sessions while working for the FS and I have some good ideas for locations and securing good rates for lodging.
If I may suggest, in order to assure good weather, maybe early fall would be better. It seams that every year I plan a trip somewhere in May there is inclement weather for at least part of it. Not so in September. Lodging rates and availability can be much better after schools resumes in fall as well. Also, how about coming up with three choices for location and then putting it to a vote by those who pledge to attend?
Please share my input with your mailing list and let me know if you like any of those ideas.
Wayne Crowder

Yes Do Not care where as long as I can find a trailer park close. Just like to visit with friends.
Bob Powers

Larry & Steve:
Yes. Inviting “all” former USFS is a good idea, although, you may want to consider indicating in your invitation something along these lines: “Who were former Hot Shots anywhere in the system, associated with Hot Shot
crews in any manner, interested in the Hot Shot Program & History & wildland fire suppression issues past &/or present, or persons who worked in other fire management positions including smokejumpers or other persons
with assignments on wildfires.”
McClellan in Sac is a location worth considering. Lots of associated perks on base & nearby to attract attendees. The USFS Fire Training Center & the Air & Space Museum for example. Easy to get to & reasonable & good
quarters. Good food & booze, conference & meeting room setting both informal & formal. Even a swimming pool.
Too big an explanation I know. Also, you could perhaps combine the informal with formal (20% formal & 80% informal).
Bill Derr

sounds good to me
Paul Copeland

YES. Maybe a dinner together w/a guest speaker who would speak the truth about planned direction FS going in general, with emphasis on Aviation and Fire mngt. Forest,Region, or national Staff.
John Bowser

Yes, same location as in 2012
Mike Gutierrez

yes
Mike Page

Hi There,
I would be interested in a reunion of some type. Location anywhere, type, informal.
Thanks,
Tom Way

Yes
Tom Hensley

Yes,this sounds like fun and Reno or Tahoe would be great. Thanks for inviting Chilao.
Hans Holtz

Yes I will go. I have no preference where or what kind of gathering. Thanks!

Here’s a thought. Talk to the City of Pasadena (I think they own our former camp) about a huge BBQ at Oak Grove. We get volunteers to clean the place up a little, set up EZ ups, BBQs, beer etc. I would help, might even bring a few kegs of homemade beer!
Robert Hewitt

YES. Something onor closer to the Angeles would be nice.

Steve Slate

Hi,
Although I was unable to make either of the first two reunions, I would like to see another gathering in 2016 and would plan to attend if possible. I would prefer a location in southern California near the ANF.
Thanks.

Bruce Bundick
Chilao 1971-1991

Yes, I am interested
Lynn Biddison

Yes I would be interested either Reno Tahoe od San Diego might be nice to invite all the area hotshot crews and sorry Tom K lost your e-mail address.
Gene Allara

Yes im interested reno sounds good.
Gary Kruth

Yes it sounds good. Informal.
Joe Gutierez

Yes I would be interested. I’d have to say LA county area.
Glenn Wears

Chris Slate has an interest. Let me know any updates.

No, but thanks and keep up the good work.
Joe Gamm

Yes
Mike McGeragle

Would love to attend another reunion! If i can make it i`ll be there. Still like to hear war stores. And there are some real good ones out there. So , don`t care where or what kind I hope to be there.
Jerry O`Dell

Yes I think I would like to attend in May 2016
Ken Mc Cool

Yes, I’ll be looking forward to this reunion, having missed the last one.
Anywhere is good for me, coming from Prescott, az

Bill Barnard

I would be interested, I was on OGHS in 1966

Jack Von Ah

Since Debbie and I own the management agreement for Soule Park Golf Course in Ojai, we would like to offer our facility for a combination golf and BBQ or Banquet in our banquet facility. If you are interested we could either do something in our banquet room after an optional golf outing or we could set up our picnic tables outside. There are lots of options for either a casual or formal get together.

If this is something you would like to do, you can contact Debbie at 760-207-8832 or email her at debdylandaulton@aol.com. She can go over the options and costs for food or drink. I can be reached at the number below or soulepark@att.net.

Thanks, Tom York

I would be interested if it was local.

Don McCormack

I would be interested in attending. I would be fine with a somewhat informal event.

Mike Dougherty

I would like to come

Rick Waite

Yes. Reno would be a good place. Let me know.

Gary Reynolds

I would like another informal get together. It made it possible to get reacquainted. We’ve had the meetings in the north and south, how about some place in the central part of the state?
………………….wolf

I’m interested, I haven’t been to any yet because I’ve been out of town on both occasions. Sounds like fun…

Shawn Walls

Go for it. Tahoe is always a good bet in May. Maybe Vegas if its not to far away for folks.

Mark Sayles

Yes, I am interested in a May, 2016 Oak Grove Hotshot Reunion. I had the time of my life photographing the Hot Shots in the summer of 1968. I was at the reunion in Lake Tahoe and
thoroughly enjoyed meeting forest fire fighters from all eras.
Tim Brehm

yep that yes and tell me where I be there ken Peugh all in

Oak Grove hotshot 2016 reunion committee_____yes I am interested in another reunion. I had to miss the last one due to death in the family. Lake Taco is a great place with lots of things to do.

Duane Casita

Reno sounds fine to me. We like the Silver Legacy in downtown Reno. Reasonable room rates, good close parking, and it’s near other casinos and restaurants.

Royal Mannion

Reno will work for me.

Chris Kruschke

Hi
No

Ron Kilby

Yes…informal

Bob Swinford

No , will not make it. Hope u have a great event!

Bob Serrato

Chris Slate is very interested as is my brother Steve. Thank you for chasing me down

Yes I am interested. I prefer a informal get together in the north or central part of the state.

Todd Heckert

wont be able to make it

Ron Shurney

How about Bakersfield, CA. with a luncheon Buffet, and party down at the BUCK OWENS CLUB ? I would like each person introduce themselves and assignments they held. I’ll be there at any location you pick. Jerry Rice Moorhead, Iowa.

I’m interested. Informal, Reno works for me
John schaffer

I’d be ready for another one. I don’t care where it’s held. Tom Ralls

I will not at the reunion thank you Denis Mitchell

I won’t be able to make it. But glad this gathering is continuing on.
Tom Pogue

To:whoever is giving so generously of their time.
I would love to join in, but excuses,excuses; too old, wouldnt recognize anyone etc. etc. I was a summer employee for two summers in the late 50’s. Stationed at Oak Grove Ranger Station. A Hot Shot the first year; foreman was a great man. He died in a fire east of there the following summer. I arrived at that fire as a TTO shortly afterward. I believe his first name was Norm and the last name I do not recall. Another friend I recall from those days was a big tall fellow, Dave Lake.
I was injured on a fire my last summer and they used me to replace the lookout on Mendenhal Peak ( while she took leave ) and then finished the summer at Little Tujunga RS.
I loved my time with the USFS, but went on to another career which I am still at part time. I cannot commit, but this event is in my bucket list. Again thank you and everyone and please keep me on your mailing list. Blue Skies and a low fire danger.
Tom “OB 1” OBryon

No thanks, Ray Coker

Yes, informal
Jim Reveley

Yes!! Jerry Rice

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3 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Gene Allara said,

    Yes I would be interested either Reno Tahoe od San Diego might be nice to invite all the area hotshot crews and sorry Tom K lost your e-mail address

  2. 2

    Jerry ODell said,

    Would love to attend another reunion! If i can make it i`ll be there. Still like to hear war stores. And there are some real good ones out there. So , don`t care where or what kind I hope to be there.

    Jerry O`Dell

  3. 3

    I’m interested. Informal, Reno works for me

    John schaffer


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