“Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.”Looking through the following (incomplete) list of ourclassmates who have passed, it is a stirring reminder of howbrief this life really is.
Steve Koskelin“Steve was a loving husband, wonderful dad, and wouldhave been an exceptional grampa. He really loved theoutdoors.After all, he grew up in Eagle River(and married an northwoods girl).” - Karen Fabian Koskelin
Georgia Solvie"Georgia Solvie [Menk] passed away in 2008 following acourageous battle against an unforgiving disease. Georgia leftbehind a great husband and two awesome children, and isremembered by family and friends for her genuineness of herfaith and the many lives that she touched." - John Solvie
Richard Brooker Cindy (Pfeifer) Drummond "She passed away in October 2004 in Texas. Edith Hruska She was our class treasurer, in the DECA club, a great athlete in many sports and a caring Gerri Rhode loyal friend." - Linda Kurtz Jeff Jellen
Carl Aman Tim BelliveauScott Carter Rhonda CopleyDona Merkel Sherry Steffens
Rhonda Choinski Troy KallaakMark Price “PFC J. Mark Price, Army Ranger, was killed in battle in Panama on Dec 20, 1989. Mark was well-known for his practical jokes as much as his hard hits on the football field. Mark was everyones best friend and truly gave 100% to his friends and family whenever needed. His fun-loving attitude and love of life is still talked about today. His family and friends honor him every birthday, Memorial Day, Veterans Day, and whenever else we can find an excuse” – Ruthy Price
Tracy Raeger Joe Erdmann Chris Jones“Joe was the leader of thegroup, and could sniff outfun. He was well-loved andrespected, and died tryingto save the lives of trappedhorses in a burning barn.” Scott Ritzer
We were unable to verify the class year of the following: Sherry Savage Dehn Georgia Hanky Anita Schultz (Fabian)Marilyn Schultz (Kautzmann/Tuorto) Paul & Mae Swanlund
Ken Check “Coach” Chuck Hanke “Coach” Ernie JohnsonE. W. Kracht Orrin Mangseth Mr. Tiplady
We sincerely apologize for any errors or omissions.As we recognize and celebrate our togetherness ofhaving attended school in Eagle River, these friends,neighbors, and relatives, as well as those who were notrecognized, are in our prayers and hearts for their fondmemories and for having touched our lives in some way,shape, or form.
May you all rest in blissful peace A very special THANK YOU to RUTHY PRICE for lending her beautiful voice to this presentation.