Ken Herringshaw
27620 Hwy 46 W
Spring Branch , TX , 78070-3644

Email: kherringshaw44@gmail.com

Phone: 830-438-4786

Years in current home: 1 1/2
Other locations:
Midland, MI; Lansing, MI; Chicago, IL; Lisle, IL (near Chicago); Spring Branch, TX (near San Antonio)

Marital status: Married to my first wife
Spouse's Name: Cheryl Dittenber Herringshaw MHS 63
How I met my spouse:
young adult (singles) group at the First United Methodist Church, Midland,MI
Years married: 46 years (June 17, 1966)

Children's Names: Scott, Darren, Andrew, Nick
Children's Ages: 45, 41, 39, 32
Information about children:
Scott and Andrew live in Midland; Darren lives in a Chicago burb; Nick is with us in Spring Branch, TX
Infomation about grandchildren:
We have one grandchild, Darren's lovely daughter, Hailey, age 9.

Current job:
Yes. Have been with Home Depot for 6 1/2 years: Naperville, IL; transferred to San Antonio November 2010; transferred to Bulverde, TX Feb 2012. Work in plumbing dept.
Career infomation:
Since 1978 - Wholesale and retail plumbing and heating. Self employed handyman, apartment maintenance, Home Depot.

Travels:
Nashville area, Cape Cod area; Virginia Beach area; 1999 Rose Parade, Branson, MO; Central Texas; South Padre Island, Texas (we felt like we were driving through a picture book).

Interests, hobbies, and pastimes:
Grassroots politics since mid-80's. I am a Constitutional Conservative. The original intent of the U. S. Constitution and the Ten Commandments - it just doesn't get any better than that. As a Nation, we have let those two documents slip through our fingers and into the shredder. What a shame.

Accomplishments:
Staying married to my first wife for over 46 years and having a mutual respect to and from our children. Family love is unconditional.

Favorite memory of MHS:
"single" favorite. Surely you jest. Commarade of my friends. Walking the halls. Ball games. Organizing Industrial Arts Club. If I have to pick "just one" it is the graduation ceremony - first class to be outside at the new location, and I felt a sense of FREEDOM like I never felt before or after.

Momento to remind you of 1962:
I think I still have the year book and my diploma around somewhere as well as a couple of shop projects. It doesn't get much more cherished than memories.

Biggest lesson learned:
Honor God, honor your commitments and respect the dignity of others.

Closest friends in 1962:
I hesitate to name any in fear of being embarrassed by leaving some out. Larry Adamick, Dan Loyd, Harold Haag, Bobbie Thompson Chapin, Chuck Mitchell, Ed Kucheck, Linda Presley, Ray and Roy Woodcock, John Rice (my best man MHS 63), John Pilfer, Mike Gray, etc. It has been between 10 and 50 years since I have seen any of them.



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