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Qualheim, Victoria      
Qualley, Warren

Recently moved back to the Dallas/Ft. Worth area from Washington, D.C., to become Manager of Meteorology at Southwest Airlines. Sorry that we can't make the 45th reunion, but hope everyone has a great time!
Quella-Mulder, LaVern
I am married to Bill Mulder, my high school sweetheart. I am currently a Graphic Artist. I have 2 children, 4 grandchildren and 1 step grandson – William (6), Abel (6), Alex (8), Rhiannon (10) Shane (19)
My hobbies include reading, sewing, gardening, entertaining grandchildren and antiquing with my husband.
I am also on facebook
Radke, Paul      
Ramig-Martin, Sara Deceased. Sara, age 61, passed away from cancer on January 17, 2015 at the age of 61 years. Sara was born in Racine on September 28, 1953 to Alex and Jane (Nee: Sheen) Ramig. Sara worked at Lincoln Lutheran as a care giver for many years. Memorials to the Humane Society or Lincoln Lutheran Harmony Club have been suggested. Sara is survived by her mother, Jane; her longtime partner and devoted caregiver, James “Arnold” Martin; her sister, Amanda (Tom) Ward; her nephew, Andrew (Heather) Thurmann; her niece, Emily Thurmann; James son, Dustin (Cristina) Martin and their children, Kiara, Aidan, London, Jameson, and Ares; and her grand nephews and niece, Isaiah, Dylan and Daisy.
Ramseier, Wesley      
Rango-Langlois, Valarie Deceased. Valarie, age 61, passed away peacefully from complications related to Alzheimer’s disease on January 3rd, 2015. She was born on July 5th, 1953.
She married Geoffrey Langlois on Aug 24th, 1972, then they moved to Madison. They were happily married for 42 years. Val got her Associates Degree from MATC in 1978 to begin a 25 year career as a dental hygienist in Madison where she had a special interest in children and senior patients.
Val enjoyed sewing, birdwatching, reading books, and spending time with her beloved dog, Earle. Val was an active member of the Catholic church, including teaching youth classes and being involved in the women’s ministry at her local parish. Even as Val’s disease progressed she maintained a strong bond with her grandchildren as they brought her joy in the last days of her life. Val selflessly volunteered for Alzheimer’s research studies, in the hopes others would benefit from her participation.
Rank, Larry      
Rashleger, Kathy      
Rashleger, Randall      
Rasmussen. Bruce      
Rasmussen, Harold      
Rasmussen-Bukacek, Terri      
Reed, Daniel      
Reedle, James    
Reesman, Sharon      
Reeves, Wendy      
Reiser, Jane      
Renpaul, Bernadette      
Resheske, Rod      
Reynolds, Amy      
Ribble, Sue      
Richow, Cindy      
Richter, Henry      
Richter, Patricia      
Ringwelski, Gary      
Rinke-Botting, Julaine      
Ritchey, Susan      

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