Andy Kraemer:  

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Rogers High SchoolClass of 1996
Puyallup, WA
Montgomery, AL
Montgomery, AL
Prattville, AL
Rancho cordova, CA

Andy's Story

Life Went to college and got my BA and then commissioned in the Air Force to fly airplanes (C-130's baby!), moved to Texas, then Arkansas, then Japan, went to war, came back and built a car, and then moved back to Texas (Abilene) for more of the same, but it's really boring and hot here. School Being a military brat my whole life I will always treasure the different places and schools I've gone to and miss each place a lot as I continue to move around with the military now that I'm in as well. I love revisiting the schools and reconnecting with schoolmates and the friends I've made over the long journey. It's so neat to see where people's lives have taken them. College College was a great experience. I learned a little educationally, but learned a lot socially and personally. Time management and responsibility is what it was all about for me. It was easy to get too mixed into the party and drama scene, you had to have a good balance of everything if you wanted to make it through just right. I don't regret anything from my college experience and many times wish I was still there if I could do it without being malnourished and living penny to penny. I'm glad it's over but I really miss the friends and the good times. I finally stopped having the nightmares and the fear that I'm late for class or forgetting a deadline on a project, paper, or exam, thank God for that!! Workplace My first extracurricular job was like many from my school....working slave labor at the Puyallup Fair (Aronica's Pizza!). I decided I would work as much as humanly possible to rack up the overtime and bring in some good cash....little did I know that the Fair is one of the very few ...Expand for more
places that are NOT required to pay overtime, but I still came back and worked it 3 times in a row mainly for the free Fair pass ;) I worked at Pizza Time downtown for like a month before I quit. Eventually I got my most favorite job after high school at Brewery City Pizza delivering pizzas with my brother (remember that place? where O'Farrell's is now by Fred Meyer downtown). That was a blast but when it started impeding on my studies I had to quit and later got a job paying better at Sam's Club in Fife at the stinkin Hot Dog stand hahahahaha. Did that until finally I transferred from Pierce College to Central and did the Air Force ROTC thing and Commissioned in as a Lieutenant after college was done 2 years later. I'm now a flyer in the Air Force and have been all over the world helping people and countries in need and seeing and doing things most Americans couldn't imagine or didn't even know existed. I still come back to visit friends back in WA all the time though. Don't know yet if I'll make this a career or not, but I'ma keep doing it for now, it's awesome! Military Ugh, a challenge and a refinement of character. The military can make or break you, but I think everyone should serve their country at least for a little while. Everyone complains about their jobs from time to time, but when I think about how much the military has done for me, it's really a great blessing and an honor to serve. Everyone knows somebody in the service, take a second to thank those sacrificing their lives for the good of ours and other nations' freedom. You are the reason we serve! Continue to give us good reasons and the support to do our service with a glad and selfless heart!
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