CLASS OF 1988
Bemidji High SchoolClass of 1988
Life I am very thankful that we never have to relive our high school years. I hated a major portion of high school. I wanted to be friends with people that didn't have the time of day for me and then shunned me for running with the group I did. The lesson I try to teach my son is that we need to be nice to everyone...hurting someone, even unintentionally, is unacceptable. I am very grateful for the friendships that did come out of the class of 1988 and the years prior and after. These are the people that took time to get to know me and realize that there is more then the surface. I will admit that I am a better person as a result of the hell some fellow classmates put me through. For that, thank you! Plus, I apologize if I ever was disrespectful to anyone!!!!!! Workplace After 13 years of working for a national bank, I resigned my position as Branch Manager/Financial Specialist to return to school. The daily stress of babysitting adults, as well as being present during 2 armed bank robberies took its toll. Co-workers and friends were kill...Expand for more
ed in the Norfolk, NE robbery and that made up my mind to leave. The money and career were not worth it. I went back to school for an accounting degree. I was managing a growing business in Lincoln. I loved being able to work part-time during the school year and full-time in the summer. I was strange switching from business suits to capris. I loved what I did and was happy to be able to spend more time with my son, Kellan. I made a job change in October, 2008. I am now working for BryanLGH Heart Institute as an accountant. I have wanted to get into the medical field for some time...what better job security. I can say that small business wasn't all it was cracked up to be, especially when more than one family member was involved. I am most definitely a corporate person. I like going to work and not dealing with drama every day. Life is too short, so make the most of it! My childhood was not a pleasant one. It shaped who I am (which is way different from how most remember me), but it is a memory that I have relived, forgiven, and moved on.
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