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Norman was one of us through grade school and most of high school.
He may have spent his senior year somewhere else but he will always be a member of our class of '54
Norman and pals on the  Knotts school playground - 1940s
William A. Knotts Alumni Reunion - 1989
Left to Right:  Bud Hollinshead, Jerry Campbell, Bill Smith, Sherry Hart Dave Ritsch - Jean Anne Dawson - Jerry Roberts, Arlene Van Bibber - Luann Mitchell - Norman Nester, Jean Stafford - Gene Hampton and Larry Thomas
Norman's High School Senor Picture
His senior year Norman graduated from another high school.   But Norman  always was and will always be a Southeast Knight.
 Norman and Sandy - 1953
Sandy and Norman Enjoying Life Together
Norm and Sandy at home in California. Doing Community Volunteer work.
Norman and grandkids - Kevin and Kelly
Sandy and Norman at the 50th Southeast Reunion
The 2006 Birthday Cruise
Where Southeast Knights and Ladies celebrated their 70th Birthdays
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Breakfast before boarding the ship. 
Norman & Sandy with Ray and Carol (Hamarstrom) Jackson,
Glenna (Ellis)  Marshall, Kay (Harkins) Gangel,
 Barb (Fuller) and Ron Comer
At the Birthday Party
Norman and Sandy celebrating their 70th Birthday with their classmates. Bob & Luann (Mitchell) Nelson and Norman sharing a laugh.
Sandy and Norman Ron Comer and Norman
 at the last day Cocktail Party. having a serious discussion.
The Knighting Ceremony
Lois (Garner) Hightower reading the special proclamation and knighting
Norman Nester as an "official" Southeast Knight of the Class of 1954.
This knighting ceremony settled the issue in case anyone ever
doubted that Norman was always a  member of the class of 1954!
The last breakfast on board
 before the ship docks in Ft. Lauderdale.
Sandra Biurvall Nester
passed away on March 8, 2013
Norman, tell us:
"Sandra passed away in her sleep on Friday March 8th .  She was at peace and repeatedly said that she had lived a good life and was ready to go."
 The 60th Southeast Reunion - 2014
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We were happy that Norman joined his classmates for
the 60th Southeast Reunion.
Knotts grade school classmate Norman and Linda Moore at the picnic
Norman talking with Bob Nelson and with classmates on the Southeast steps.
The Knotts group at the reunion dinner Having a good time
After the 60th Southeast Reunion
The Party in Branson - 2014
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When the 60th Reunion was in the planning stage, Luann Mitchell Nelson contacted several classmates and asked if they might be interested in having a party in Branson, Missouri after the "official" reunion.
Luann called it a Farewell Party as this might very well be the last opportunity we will have to see each other again.
Nine classmates and seven spouses arrived in Branson on Sunday afternoon.  *
Mary (Hammond) Eberhardt, RC Wilson, Richard & Carolyn (Needels) Copeland
Pat Wilson, Bev (Reynolds) Yonts, Norman Nester, Bev Jones, Tom & Judie (Jordan) Dolson
Shannon Jones, Bob and Luann (Mitchell) Nelson
* Not in the picture - Clark Smith who had a car problem & Duane Eberhardt photographer *
Waiting for the show to begin.  Norman with Clark Smith  & Beverly (Reynolds) Yonts,
Norman and Bev Jones
Grabbing a quick bite between shows and other activities
Bob and Luann (Mitchell) Nelson - Bev (Reynolds) Yonts - Bev Jones - Bob (RC) and Pat Wilson - Duane and Mary (Hammond) Eberhardt and Norman
Bob (RC) Wilson - Norman in serious discussion. Another Day another show.  Norman and Bev (Reynolds)  Yonts and Bob (RC) Wilson.
Ready for the show to begin.
Luann (Mitchell) Nelson, Cark and Dot Smith and Norman.
Always time for good food with old friends.
The Branson party was also called a Farewell Party.
No one knows what the future may hold for each of us.
At our age it is possible we will never see each other again.
 We hope that is not the case.  But you never know.
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