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Leadership Positions

President

Board Member

Don Hutchins ’67

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Don attended NHS for three years, graduating in 1967. He lived in Dambach, traveled everywhere on his blue Vespa motor scooter, and was best known as the lead guitarist of “The Invaders” and as an announcer for “Teen Scene” on AFN Nürnberg. Don has spent his career in telecommunications and technology, as a serial entrepreneur, a strategy consultant, and a corporate executive. Today, he is president of Fusion, a publicly traded technology company specializing in cloud communications and cloud connectivity. Don and his wife Barbara live in McLean, Virginia, and have two grown children.

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Founder & Ambassador-at-large

Terry Jorgensen ’62

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Attended Nurnberg Schools for 10-years (Graduating in June 1962). Was 1st NHS Co-Host of AFN Radio with Dianne Wiest. Attended Northern Michigan University; transferred to Michigan State University (graduated March 1967 – Distinguished Alumnus Award in Oct. 2003).

I was drafted #1 (U.S.Army — #1 Trainee-of-the-Cycle at Ft. Dix). Graduated from Engineer O.C.S. in March 1968 (#1 in Leadership). Graduated from Fixed-Wing Flight School in May 1969. Married a fellow former Brat (Yvonne – 06/14/69). Vietnam (04/70-04/71 – 101st ABN DIV; Bronze Star and 8 Air Medals). 5th USA Flight Detachment at Randolph AFB, TX, for almost 3-years. Stephanie born Ft. Sam Houston (MBA).

Left military, joined Aetna Life & Casualty, and became their #1 Recruiter, 2-years in a row. Pilot Life for 9- years; Terrence, Jr. born in Memphis (PhD). Independent Agent 33-years; semi-retired in 2015. Numerous civic organizations, and parish church affiliations.

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VP of Membership & Media

Board Member

Reni ( Peek ) Michael ’79

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I spent 12 of my first 15 years in Germany attending NHS from 1973 -1976 and graduating stateside in 1979.  I have been married for 20 years to my husband Mike and have 3 children ages 29, 19 and 17.  My husband and I own agencies for United Van Lines and Mayflower Transit and when I’m not busy working for our agencies or the NAA I love photography, gardening and spending time at my happy place, Whistler B.C.

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VP of Reunion Planning

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Tom Kappelmann ’77

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Tom “KAPP” attended NHS from 1973-1977 graduating WITHOUT honors. He lived in Erlangen and spent many hours (and evenings) with fellow Erlangeners at the Pizza bar. KAPP returned to “The World” in August of 1977 and lived in Colorado Springs for a number of years. He met his wife Linda there and they have two grownup-kids (Samantha and Nicolas). Kapp and his family moved to Austin, Texas where they now have lived for over 24 years. Kapp works in the high tech business and enjoys golf, fishing, working on NHS Eagles related stuff and time with his only grand daughter Kylee.

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Secretary

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Dr. Shelley (Flippen) Conroy ’73

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I attended NHS from 1970 to 1973, graduating in the class of 73. I lived in Pastorius for a year and a half, and then we moved to Ansbach. My class was the last class to ride the long bus commute to school every day from Ansbach to Nurnberg, as the new Ansbach High school opened in the Fall of 73. I’d have to say lots of my memories come from those long bus rides or waiting after school to ride the activity bus home at night. I also recall how we were lucky enough to be able to experience such unique things as our senior class trip to Mallorca, Prom in the historic area of Nurnberg, etc.

After graduation, I attended the University of Richmond, Virginia Commonwealth University and the University of Central Florida. I am currently the Dean of the Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing located in Dallas, Texas. I have been married for 36 years, have two grown children and two grandsons.

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Treasurer

Board Member

Diana (Bock) DuPree ’75


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Legal Counsel

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Doug Veith ’67

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I actually did all of my schooling K-12 in DODDS schools in Nurnberg/Fuerth, Germany. I attended Nurnberg High School from 1963 to 1967. God has blessed me with four children, Christopher age 37, Kerry age 35, Caroline age 33 and Timothy age 28.The “apple of my eye” is my one and only grandchild, Parker who is 12. I am a developer that is in the business of financing, developing, owning and operating inpatient care centers for us by hospices. My joys include spending time with Parker, flying, photography and fine cigars!

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Editor

Board Member

Pat Gibson ’62

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Pat Gibson admits to being an Army Brat. She attended 14 schools in 13 years (including two at Nürnberg) but finally graduated from high school in Littleton, Colorado, in 1962. This marks one for life. She attended the University of Wyoming for three years but received her bachelor’s degree in secondary education from the University of Northern Colorado. She married a Texan who decided that Air Force life was not what he wanted and he moved her to Austin, Texas.They bought a piece of land in the Texas Hill Country, near Dripping Springs where they built a house, raised five children, and learned to hate ash juniper trees. Always the student, she went back to school in 1999 and got her Master’s degree at Texas State in 2001. Shortly after, she was asked to begin teaching at Texas State and has taught there since. She has been involved in adult education for over 30 years first as a Girl Scout leadership trainer, then software trainer, and software instructor at Austin Community College. In June 2013, she completed her doctor of education degree so she could teach graduate classes at Texas State. Over the years, she has been a school bus driver, a newspaper reporter and editor, a web master, worked in a print shop doing typesetting and graphic design, written computer training manuals, and raised five children. She and husband John, have been married now for 46 years and have six grandchildren.

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Chair – Reunion Planning Committee

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Rita (Sexton) May ’68


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Era Rep ’40s

Era Rep ’50s

Faculty Rep

Board Member

Pat (McCarroll) Wood ’59

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I went to Nurnberg in 1952 and attended Nurnberg from sixth grade on – graduating in 1959.My Dad was a civilian with EES which is now AAFES.  He worked at the Place of Justice which is where the Nurnberg trials were held.

Upon returning to the states (NY) I started working for Scandinavian Airlines, and was in and out of the airline industry for most of my working life.  I retired in 2000 as Executive Secretary for Mexicana Airlines at the airport here in San Antonio.

My husband Woody and I always enjoy traveling – we now have a camper and have driven to Alaska three times, and travel the US as much as possible.

We have three children, Mike, Jane and Clif.

Life is good!!

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Era Rep ’60s

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Bob Hervey ’64

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I attended Nurnberg from 1962 through graduation in 1964.  I played football and soccer during my 2 years and benefited immensely from Coach Campbell and Coach Henderson.
I was a Dormie and proud of it.  We pranced all that provided opportunity.  A midnight bath was probably Tiny, Sonny or me.  I currently design temporary retail displays for Custom Packaging in Lebanon, Tn.  My wife, Marcie, and I have 4 grown children.  3 are still single and Seth, our oldest is married and has our 2 grandchildren.

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Era Rep ’70s

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Ranelle (Gray) Fortier ’75

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Nurnberg was our 3rd tour to Germany, arriving in the summer of ’71 for a three year tour. But dad asked for another three years and he got two. So we lived in the Kalb Community in Fuerth from 1971-1976. I graduated from NHS in ’75.

I can’t say I was the most academically involved student, but I did love the years I spent at NHS. I was quite an introvert and it kept me from being as involved with activities that would have given me opportunities to know other students better, (secretly I always wished I had been a dormie!) and often I wished I could go back and do it over. .

My dad, CW3 Jimmie C. Gray, retired our family in a small town in Oregon, totally away from all things military. My past was buried and lost to anything and anyone from highschool, and I always envied those civilian friends attending their school reunions. Then in 2001 through registering on classmates.com I became a “found Eagle.” Thrilled to discover the NAA and reunions, I immediately registered and attended the next reunion, Vegas 2002, filling a huge void that had long ago buried. And every reunion I attend, I get to meet new friends that share a common past and I love it! Getting the opportunity to be involved with the NAA, and now on the board as the 70’s era Rep, has allowed me my “do over!”

I still reside in Oregon with my totally civilian husband of 36 years. We own two Auto Collision Repair shops, we have 3 wonderful children and now 7 grand children and 3 grand dogs. None of them understand my B.R.A.T. life and ways, but they are very supportive. I’m thankful, grateful, and feel truly blessed in life!

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Era Rep ’90s

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Tina Torres ’91

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My name is Tina D. Torres. I attended NHS from 1989-1991.

My fondest memory was not being treated differently by my peers and teachers because I was 16 and pregnant. I loved the basketball, football and flag football games. The movie theater ROCKED!!!

I work for Cromer’s P-Nuts Inc as the Accounting and Human Resource Administrator. I also handle many promotional/advertising for tons of businesses within the South Carolina area. I am on the committee for the NHS OVERSEAS BRATS 4LIFE which gathers every year in October at Myrtle Beach, SC.

I am the mother of three daughters: Nicole 23, Ashlee 21 and Shale Lin 20. I am in a loving relationship and moving forward with my goals and dreams in life. I am very blessed beyond any measure!!!

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Board Member

Bob McQuitty (faculty)

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