Regina Mettmann Kohutek

Profile Updated: May 8, 2019
Residing In: Fountain, CO USA
Spouse/Partner: Ray R. Kohutek/ DECEASED 2011
Occupation: currently retired
Children: Matthew, born 1973
Robert, Born 1976
Marla, Born 1978
Randal, Born 1982
Yes! Attending Reunion
Who was your favorite East High teacher? Why?

Herr Zarr- the German class teacher.
He was a riot. His mispronunciations were always a real hoot. My siblings and I remember him still.

School Story:

My future mother-in-law was the substitute teacher one day. Before class, some of the boys were talking about what a hard time they were planning for her. I was obviously upset by their plans. Robert Hansen came to the rescue. He asked them to forbear their bad behavior in my behalf. I have always remembered this kindness.

What was the most fun you had recently?

Mediterreanean cruise

What would you do over since high school (on the lighter side)?

Finish college before I got married, instead of going to college when I had a house full of children.

How have your priorities changed in the past 10 years?

I am facing widowhood in the near future.
So much of the flotsam of life is non-essential fluff.
Be kind first, ask questions later.

Who would you like to meet for lunch?

Henry Kissenger
Dave Ramsey
Margaret Thatcher
David O. McKay

What is the most important thing you have learrned since 1970?

The only one I have power over is myself.

What is a goal for the next 10 years

Find joy in living as a widow
travel
give service

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Mar 21, 2015 at 7:39 PM

Hello Dee, happened to look at the East website, Thought of who I remembered from High school, since I don't remember seeing many after graduation. Diane Rodman attended my wedding reception. Alta Belliston was the realtor who sold my deceased in laws house. After 45 years I still remember your good sense of humor, your curly hair and how smart you are. Hopefully, life has been good to you. Thanks for the memories. Regina Mettmann Kohutek

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