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Lost Brothers

There are currently over 400 300 250 200 150 brothers for whom we need help getting current contact information.

The following brothers have ‘stepped-up-to-the-plate’ to help us locate those on our Lost Brothers list:

  • 1955-1960: Joe Curtis / John Gresham /AW Radle
  • 1961-1964:
  • 1965-1967: Pete “Kuch” Kucera
  • 1968-1971: Pete “Kuch” Kucera
  • 1972-1974: Dennis Congdon
  • 1975-1977: Bill Fry
  • 1978-1981: Robert “Spock” Hurst
  • 1982-1985:
  • 1986-1989: David Counts
  • 1990-1993:
  • 1994-1997:
  • 1998-2000:
  • 2001-2004: Joel Brush
  • 2005-2010: Matt Riedel
  • Unknown Year A-G:
  • Unknown Year H-O:
  • Unknown Year P-W:

Who will contact lost brothers from your era? If not you, then who?

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Reunion Map and Driving Directions

Brothers traveling to the reunion for the first time may need a little help in finding the Trails End Ranch. The address is 622 American Way, Medina, TX 78055, but, not all maps will have a listing for this private road. If you have a GPS and it doesn’t recognize the street name, you can use these lattitude & longitude coordinates: 29.784209, -99.343943.

If you don’t have a GPS, you can use the Google Map service to get driving directions:



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Heavens Above

We may be in luck for some good star gazing this year in Medina.

Space Shuttle mission STS-131 launched April 5th with a planned duration of 13 days. If all goes as planned, the Space Shuttle will be docked to the International Space Station for the entire weekend and, if the orbits cooperate, will be a very bright object as it passes overhead. As the date draws closer, you will be able to find out details on the flyovers at the SpaceWeather Satellite Tracking page.STS-131 Patch

The Planets in April 2010

Mercury, Venus, Mars, and Saturn are the showpieces of the nighttime sky in April. Venus takes center stage as it is the brightest point of light in the sky after sunset. At about magnitude -4, it is low in the west and sets about an hour and a half after the sun.

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Display problems with Intenet Explorer

Dan Forney and I were chatting about Reunion registration today and he let me know about a display problem with Internet Explorer. After a bit of troubleshooting, it was determined that there is a bug in Internet Explorer that prevented this site from displaying correctly and made the Reunion registration page almost unusable. We have installed a work-around for the Internet Explorer bug and the site should now display properly. Let us know if you encounter any further issues!

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The two most common elements in the universe are hydrogen and stupidity.

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