We had a truely amazingly great meeting room at the Clarion Hotel, thanks to the banquet manager Joe Cuna, who IS "The World's Greatest Reunion Host".
Richard with Bob and Sandy Crawford,
my reunion co-planners
The check-in and Ship's Store sales area
Our meeting room was amazing!
Captain Peters, Norma, Helen Sue and our AS-9 hero,
Paul Shealy. Richard in background stocking the geedunk.
The Canopus Commuter Cups were blowout priced at $8 as desperation to get them sold had set in!
Doug Skinner - Richard Retin - Jim Hulse
The SUPER Amazing Jim Culna,
The World's Greatest Reunion Host!
This was Paul's and Helen Sue's 4th reunion with us!
I wish I had a better photo of my reunion hero, Sue Hiler
(looking cool in sunglasses), who bought 11 of the Canopus Commuter Cups. Joe Sweeney looking back at her and just behind her our second attending female,
The GREAT Mary Ann and Les Kinmon
Nancy and Dan Marquardt get their picture here because Dan bought a second ship's plaque I had available for sale
once I got home and I shipped it to him.
I hunged out a LOT with Phyllis and Andy Tuttle.
If you have given almost $2,000 to the Association, you can also have your picture here too with Pam Hulse
and your hand held by Jim.
Teresa Roberts genuinely had a great time at the reunion. She may have already made
reservations for Baltimore!
Ed Pado in both of his two states of being:
relaxed and asleep.
Robert Hopkins passed away the Friday before the start of the reunion. He attended most of the reunions over the passed 10 years, including this one.