Graduated Auburn 1974. Moved to Texas. Been here ever since. Worked mainly in oil/gas/chemical industry for major professional services contractors: Fluor (22 years), Bechtel (14 years), now CB&I (1 year). Worked all over the word over my 36 years since graduation: Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Thailand, Trinidad, Argentina, Canada, Mexico, several European countries, while always maintaining a home in Houston. Enjoy genealogical research and family history website maintenance. Gun collector, now owning at last count well over 200 beautiful artistic specimens, many antique.
Still trying to find out who egged my beautifil 1963 Dodge Slant 6 that frigid night at Lanier when out of town on a basketball trip .... anybody know? (Early next morning the eggs peeled off easily ... no harm done.) Seriously, Those were turbulent years in American history. 1968 was truly a Crack in Time, with the M.L. King and Robert Kennedy assasinations, Tet Offensive, and Viet Nam protests getting into full swing. Can you believe summers in Lanier with no AC? Two football State Championships in "our" three-year watch. The Forest Gump sound track brings back so many youthful memories.