Aimee Ferguson – Bath, England

hi all, i havent been ont his site for a while and it is always great to see who else has been on. my life has changed dramatically since last time i wrote. i have moved to england from aus. i am living in bath. it is so beautiful there are roman baths and abbeys ad heaps of amazing things here. it sure is weird being away from home. luv to hear from see ppl. luv aimee ps. gotta love this site, leeps the memories going forever

Tembagapura Families

Not many of these links actually work because the pages are not on the server.

Gallego Garcia Gerhardt Giaudrone Goforth
Graham Green Grenda Gulian
Hansen Harsono Henderson Hendricks Herr
Heston Harrower
Innocent Irmawanto
Jacobson Jahagirdar Johnson Jordan Joshi
Kapinus Karubaba Keene Keller King
Knight Knoess Koppe Kusnander
Lambert Lazarevic Levine Little Lockhart
Lofgreen Lopez Lowman Lovelace Lukowski
MacDonald Maehl Manipon Markovic Marshall
Marz Mathar McDonald McGill McLauchlan
McNees Means Mehonoshen Merdjanic Mitchell
Montana Monzingo
Neal Nelson Ness Newton
Pangemanan Paralta Pawson Plaisance Podufalski
Pohlman Probst
Rankin Rayco Reinsborough Rhinehart Risamasu
Robinson Rosario
Scarabin Sedgemore Shackelford Sievert Silitonga
Silverstone Simanjuntak Sisson Smith Soucy
Spracklen Staines Stannett Stewart Still
Stolte Stolzfus Stout Sullivan Swaine
Thirwasiwas Tindal Tobing Todasco Towsey
Wallis White Wilbanks Wilstead Wirawanto
Yunar Yuzna

James Hansen – Reno, NV USA

Wow this incredible…. Brought back memories that I had forgotten. Lots of names I remember from my childhood. Anyone who remembers feel free to e-mail me. I have met a few people from there since I left, the Holders (Sam lived in Winnemucca when I lived there and I worked with Stuart in Susanville Ca) (Steve Johnson, I went to the same college as him in Utah). Good Job Jason I remember you. I forwarded this site to my brother and sisters so hopefully the get onboard.

Daisy Pangalila – Houston, TX USA

Hello everyone. It is nice to see some familiar names. I hope to do some catching up with some of you who used to live in Tembagapura. I was born and grew up there. I came to the States when I was 15. Love the States, but surely miss my hometown. Drop me a line sometime.

Sario Kalms – Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

hi everybody, well it’s been a while since i’ve spoken to anyone from tembag. i lived in tembag 4 a few years,on the same street as dennis rosario and ivy rankin. my parents are nelson &amp angela kalms and i have 2 younger sisters justine and justina hi uncle ronald,how r u? anyways,if any one remembers me and wants to get in touch with me.feel free AND IT’D B GREAT IF WE HAD A REUNION 1 DAY take care and have a good one. Sario Kalms

Katie Chatham – San Marcos, TX

Hi again. This is so crazy. It is amazing seeing familiar names that I haven’t seen in years. I am a junior at Southwest Texas State University and majoring in Business Management. I plan to become a pharmaceutical rep after college. My family is living in Texas. I would love to here from yall. Jamie Cutts and I actually talked on the phone. It was so crazy. Well, I would love to talk to yall!

Bridget Dougherty – Mesa, Az USA

Holy cow!! it is funny how much you miss the simplicty of a place so much and all of a sudden you click a mouse and here it is right in font of you. how times have evolved!! to bad i cant smell it or feel it though. and what i wouldnt give for some french frys at the store, or to sit with Gweneth on the bridge and watch the rain come down. thank you for putting up this sight it was nice to see that the people i grew up with are still around and are doing great!!! (hey nani) of course there are those you cant get away from (BARKERS!!!) (HEHEHEHEHe you know i love you guys!!) I want to give a shout out to mr. robinson thanks for all the wisdom you shared with us and thank you to all the teachers expecally our second grade teacher (you know who you are!). To the next generation of tempagapurans i hope you never take for granted what you have around you and carry with you the understanding that you are truly lucky to be in such a beautiful place.