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on this site in April of 2002. It should be considered as a convenient
repository of Samdahl information. It can serve as a vanity press
or as a communication vehicle to keep family members together. If
you're interested in contributing, contact us here.
into the house at 4130 Beebe Circle at the end of last year and
we're now actively planning a further move out to The Villages.
To that end we're painting the exterior and interior of the house
and putting in a drought tolerant front yard.
We hoped to
get it all together earlier, but I suspect now that we will not
relocate before Spring 2016
Bob and his
wife, Amanda, have adopted 2 boys; very delightful brothers named
Christopher (4) and Jacob (3). Some photos have been added in the
I've added some
pages from a reunion with High School friends that happened at the
end of October. I also added some very old photos from a hiking
trip I took in 1961 because it came up during the reunion. You can
find all of it at the link to the left "Palm Desert".
Roger has finally
admitted to himself that he is retired... and is enjoying it. His
girlfriend, Birgit, keeps him just as busy as ever though. He worked
for WhereNet for 15 months before leaving in April 2008 as WhereNet
was being acquired by Zebra Enterprises.
left Malibu Networks in 2003 when the Company succumbed to funding
problems. After a year of being a bum and taking some time to travel
a bit, he went back to consulting for a couple of local engineering
firms. The most significant was WhereNet Corporation where he spent
a total of about 18 month spread out over 3 years. WhereNet builds
a line of high-end RFID tags and triangulation systems to track
them and Roger worked on several different projects that they needed
additional manpower to complete. If you know of opportunities that
might be of interest to Roger, check out his resume or send email
left the Evergreen School District in 2004 and started teaching
Physical Education in the Gilroy Unified School District. He covers
4 different schools and enjoys the working environment. He continues
to augment his income as a physical education teacher with a variety
of after-school programs. If you know of other opportunities that
might be of interest to him, get in touch at email@example.com.
and Roger have finally filed for divorce after being separated
for over 13 years. As usual though, we remain friends. Bette retired
this year from the Evergreen School District after 40+ years of
The Model Train
Project page has been updated with some photographs.
You can see
what each of the local family members have been up to here,
but I'll use some space for a few general family comments.
My uncle, Lawrence
Samdahl, died early last year and his wife Jane a short time later.
Some of you have seen Jane's paintings in my home; she was an excellent
artist. Lawrence was almost the baby in the family, second only
to Gordon who died many years ago from complications of diabetes.
It's no secret that aside from my own folks, Lawrence was my favorite
and I miss him tremendously. We shared a love of the mountains and
camping that is becoming more and more rare.
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