Robert Sepulvado

Profile Updated: July 18, 2009
Residing In: Orange, TX USA
Occupation: Retired
Children: Sherri Sepulvado Worley, born 12-19-70. She is married to Brent Worley and lives in Morgan's Pointe Resort near Ft. Hood in central Texas. They have Two children: Taylor (a girl) 14, and Bryce 12. They just went home from spending two weeks and a lot of my money. Taylor last week went to a national dance competionin Galveston as part of a trio. They won platium in their division and Best Overall. Must have gotten her talent from me as I have none.
Military Service: Army, Army Reserves, National Guard  
Class Year: 1969

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Looking forward to seeing everyone! I went to work for Dupont here in Orange. After 23 years, my daughter graduated from college and I graduated from Dupont. I bought American Glass and ran it for a few years, (Too much work). I closed it down and started working around the country as an Instrument Technician. I still take a job occasionally when I want a new toy or they tempt me with money. I was married for 2-1/2 years, served in the Army Reserve and the National Guard where I retired with 20 years having worked my way from Private (E1) to Major (O4). Now I spend a lot of time drinking (coffee) and visiting friends all over the USA. I have a new RV and love to travel. When at home, I have about 15 rent properties to keep up. I am soooo looking forward to seeing everyone.

School Story:

My school story is the same as most everyone else's who started the first grade at St. Marys. I am sure we will relive and remember those days when we get together. First grade in the old church, then Mrs Tilleys house. Then the old white building and on to Bob Hall Road. There is one major event for me that I get to savor alone... When I was going to school in the old White Building, I always wanted to tear it up. As an adult, I did it! When the building was no longer able to be used, I helped the Parish out by renting some equipment and wrecking the old school. I had a crane with a big Iron ball and I beat on that old school until it crumbled down. I do have to admit, everything about that school was tough including the building, but like all of you, no challenge is too big. We came, We endured, and We completed. Most of you know that I went to the 11th and 12th grades at West Orange (Go Chiefs) but I was shaped with you by the Nuns and lay teachers at St Mary's ( Go Hornets) Does anyone remember Mr Bates? We need to try to list all our teachers and get pictures if possible. That would be great!