Jaime Cutts – Spartanburg, SC USA

Hey, just wanted to write a quick note to say hey to everyone! This is crazy- I didn’t know this site existed and it was weird realizing how many people I remembered from before, and how many people I have lost touch with as well… I’m in South Carolina (not my favorite State, that’s for sure) playing soccer and majoring in Sociology… I plan on working with people and maybe doing something with sports…not sure yet. My parents are still in Indonesia, but they’re not working with Freeport. I’d love to hear from anyone, so please drop me a line some time and let me know what’s up… I’ll try and keep in touch. Hope everyone is doing well… Jaime…

Mary Joyce Quezon City, Metro Manila Philippines

Hi everyone!!! I was excited to find out about this website from my brother, Raymund and sisters, Maureen and Melanie. It’s been a while since I’ve heard from students of IST…aside from the Rayco’s, Rosario’s and Manipon’s of course. I havent’ been to T-bags for, i believe 6 years now. And I miss that little town I used to call my home. To all my friends and former classmates namely Kaui McDonald, Ruchelle Rayco, Shawn Sylvester, Zoraida Manipon, Natalie Lazarevic, Cal Zimmer, and to the “big kids” then,Adam, Richard, Lucy, Aaron,etc. I’d love to greet everyone I know, but it would take up alot of space. But you know who you guys are. And to Mark Carter, my brother is a little busy right now. He’s working by the way in one of the leading telecom companies (Globe Telecom) in the Philippines. He graduated Magna Cum Laude with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communication Engineering. I’m glad you haven’t forgotten my brother. 🙂 To the webmaster, Jason, this site of yours is GREAT!!! I thought I’d never hear from the people of T-bags…oh and by the way, the idea of a reunion…i’m giving it a thumbs up. 🙂 Hope to hear from everyone…and better yet…i hope to see y’all one of these days. By the way, Jason, please include our family (Cueva) in your list of families as well. Thanks! Mary Joyce Cueva

Ellen Aduan – Marikina, Philippines

…And I thought those years were lost forever. Thanks to Tembagapura, I had a good childhood. In come images of tethered ball, dodge ball, jail break, “big kids vs little kids”, choppers, flag football, parties; the list is endless. Hello to my batchmates wherever you guys are. (Tamara, Twila, Grace, Alison, Vanessa, Tory, Cathy, Melissa, hope I didn’t miss anyone.)

Katie Chatham – Sugar Land, TX

Hello everyone. This website is amazing and a great childhood memory. I hope everyone is great. It is amazing to see names that you haven’t seen in years. I left Tembagapura in 88. I am now 21, so it has been a really long time.