James Vandenberg
Married Name: Fierce Tierdson
10240 FAWN RIDGE DR
Greenville , MI , 48838

Email: vanhayden1@gmail.com

Phone: 616.894.4200

Years in current home: 1
Other locations:
Updated September 2016... Holland, MI; Argos, IN; Traverse City, Grand Rapids and Ada, MI; Los Angeles, CA; Portland, OR; Lowell, MI; San Diego and Sacramento, CA ... in that order

Marital status: M
Spouse's Name: Kimberly Kay Hayden
How I met my spouse:
While slaving in health care administration. Kimberly is now a Senior Business Analyst at Intel (sorry about their stock!) My daughters are convinced Kimberly has a metal plate in her head...the only way she could have tolerated me all these euphoric years.
Years married: 25 (GPS in my ring)

Children's Names: Kathy, Denise, Jennifer
Children's Ages: 51, 48, 45
Information about children:
Gorgeous and bright, with audacious senses of humor
Infomation about grandchildren:
Andrew Aaron-20 a delightful and responsible young man; Nathaniel Scott-16 (driving now!)scary bright, top student, great touch on the piano and tennis court; Sophia Soleil-14 very bright, 'A' student, wise beyond her years and having fun on the soccer field; Matthew Wyatt-11 very bright (his teacher had him reading books to his kindergarten class while she took breaks), loves baseball (little-leaguer), trivial pursuit and music, displays empathy beyond his years; Audrey Chandra-11 very bright and creative, non-stop talker, rapier wit and misses nothing.

Current job:
Retired end of March, 2006, from a position as a Senior (emphasis) Computer Programmer/Analyst. My bride retired from Intel this last February...so we're both now very dangerous.
Career infomation:
12 years a health care administrator, 5 years a custom home builder, 17 years a computer geek

Travels:
Most of my traveling is between the couch and the refrigerator

Interests, hobbies, and pastimes:
piano, acoustic guitar, writing music, building furniture, reading, golf.

Accomplishments:
Surviving to this ripe old age, in spite of my sedentary lifestyle. Like to believe my 12 years in long-term health care administration had a positive impact on the quality of life of the many residents entrusted to our care, and their families as well.

Favorite memory of MHS:
Learning to dance... been dancing like nobody's watching ever since. (Thank you... you know who you are)

Momento to remind you of 1962:
Grad photos, with black-mailable personal comments written on the back.

Biggest lesson learned:
He who laughs last is slow...

Closest friends in 1962:
Al Heminger, Dan Parker, Gary Wickens, et al. Like many, a busy day-to-day makes me miserably remiss in staying in touch. That's my excuse, and I'm sticking to it. Hi, guys!!



Click here to login and change your information if this is your page.