SHARE YOUR STORY

Connect here with old friends, former classmates and other network members. We invite you to share the latest stories from your lives – accomplishments, surprises, fondest school memories, and life changes big and small.

Where are you now? Who was your favorite teacher and why? What have been your greatest personal and professional achievements? Do you have a new job? Are you celebrating an anniversary or the birth of a child?

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ALUMNI STORIES

David Edwards

David (or Dave) Edwards graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School in 1973. He has a passion for his business, family and faith.

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Gale Wickersham

Gale Wickersham (Wick, as he has become known to his friends) attended Franklin and Myers Elementary Schools, Eastside Jr. High School and Abraham Lincoln High School, graduating in 1967.

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Justin James

Being a business owner, a stand-in for a photo session for Annie Leibovitz, earning titles as a MMA fighter, and becoming both a firefighter and a police officer, Justin James has a more life experiences than most will ever have, and has been creating his own unique path forward. He has also been able to combine those experiences into a list of “cool jobs” many kids dream of doing when they are young.

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Kerri (Richardson) Watts

“Life’s a Dance…from one stage to the next” (author unknown)

By nature a creator, self-motivated and harboring a love of dance, Kerri Watts has created a path by simply following her heart.

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Michelle Kaufman

Mother, wife, caregiver, director, teammate, supporter, volunteer… Jacket. Michelle (Perlberg) Kaufman has worn many hats throughout her time in Council Bluffs and continues to juggle those hats as an active Alumna.

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Leo McIntosh

Leo McIntosh doesn’t sit still for very long – he’s always on the move. The first thing he shares when asked about things he enjoys; traveling tops the list. Adventures turned into memories, the best way to spend time with family and friends.

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Brianna Myre

Brianna, “Brie” Myre, a 2008 graduate of Abraham Lincoln High School has been working towards her dream job for as long as she can remember. Along the way the dream changed in an “ah-ha” moment kind of way.

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Rogers Family – A Family Fighting Back

The family is at work creating another legacy, helping to support the fight against cancer.

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