Erik Seineke

Profile Updated: September 13, 2019
Class Year: 1964
Residing In: Prescott, AZ USA
Spouse/Partner: Marsha my loving wife!
Occupation: Proposal ops. for Aerospace (Apollo) and on to the power industry for Nuclear International arena
Yes! Attending Reunion
About me/us (Hobbies, interests, life philosophy, etc.) :

Wilderness back packing, hiking, river rafting, travel in the West, visiting National Parks horseback riding, snow shoe hiking, body surfing, mountain biking and wood working.
Always interested in Archeology, Science, Aerospace, History and Nature.

"for everything there is a season" - looking in the rear view mirror now as mortality is precious - do not waste time - be open minded & plan for the future!

Who else in your family is a CHS Alum?

Much older sister Susan Trear (Seineke)Class of 1961

Favorite School Story:

Enjoyed absorbing that which was presented to Me -
Different educators - different subject matter -

Student assistant for architecture head, He had Me drawing plans for
His clients outside of school.

What teacher inspired you the most & how has it affected your life?

Mr Berard - mathematics - Algebra and geometry - Trig and Calculus
learning how to use a slide rule in application and/or theory.

Erik's Latest Interactions

Erik Seineke has a birthday today.
Oct
14
Oct 14, 2019 at 1:33 AM
Oct
01
Oct 01, 2019 at 9:33 AM

Coach McCarthy - lost but not forgotten !

He was intense in his style - either You were in or You were out !!

His agenda was perfect for Me - childhood Asthma & extensive allergies kept 

Me back from other sports. He pushed and I responded - He took Us through

the U. S. Navy Survivor & Rescue training @ CJHS. Through the years, I have

developed a respect for all things "H2O" - whether it be body surfing in California

and Hawai'i OR rafting many of the rivers in the western U.S. ! My 8-day, 270 mile

raft trip down the Colorado in the Grand Canyon was the best !

Thank You for instilling, in Me, the confidence I needed most !!!

Rest in Peace (with Your life jacket on) - Erik Seineke in Prescott, AZ

Erik Seineke has left an In Memory comment for Patricia Peterson Rohrs.
Sep
23
Sep 23, 2019 at 9:33 AM

Mrs. Rohrs was My 2nd grade teacher at Oakmont Elementary School circa 1953 - I

remember how she would excite Us into learning and absorbing in those formative years.

I think My sister was friends with the daughters and had a crush on Fred, Jr. !

I hope this message is read by the survivors in the family.

Deepest condolences and a tribute the long life of a fine person!!

Respectfully, Erik Seineke in Prescott, AZ              meseineke@msn.com

Post script : I still have the class picture from Our 2nd grade class !!! 

Sep
17
Sep 17, 2019 at 9:33 AM

To Mrs. Hargrave and Your extended family - May i call You Katie ??

I grew up in Claremont, CA as well and have wonderful memories !

Reading "In memorium"  is very sharing and portraying a full life lead by Randy and, of course,

Yourself and family to continue to "carry the torch" for all things Hargrave !

I was Class of 1964 and remember riding My bicycle around town and spotting Randy in

His brand- spanking- new 1957 Chevy BelAir - wow! He had it converted to a stick, as I recall,

the front suspension dropped, chrome reversed rims and the entire front end flamed !!

I was 12 years on this earth at the time and so impressed that I vowed to, one day, own My

first car and it would be the same color and model as Randy's '57 !! I moved out on My Own at 17

and by the time I got My drivers license at 18, I bought a '57 Belair i saw at the Mardi Gra at UCLA.

That was 1965 - took some time for Me to fulfil the promise to Myself. I, too, followed a path of 

drag racing, muscle cars and one of the founders of the Z28 Club of Southern California & club racing

at Riverside Raceway! Thank You Randy, RIP- Erik Seineke in Prescott, AZ.  meseineke@msn.com

 

Erik Seineke has left an In Memory comment for Alice Corbeil.
Sep
15
Sep 15, 2019 at 9:33 AM

I loved the experience of being a part of something greater than the individual. Choir was a choice, and tryouts were intense! We performed at Bridges Auditorium for special occaisions and The Christmas Program was always well received and the most rewarding as well!! That time at Oakmont is always a memorable experience - until 6th grade. We were the first 6th grade class at Eleanor Daily Condit School - circa 1958 - the year My voice went into hormonal disaster !! Choir tryouts , once again, a solo that put Me "on the bench" !!

Tributes to Miss Corbeil are so compelling - She impacted many of Us in sharing Her passion with

ALL OF HER CHILDREN .     Rest in peace!!    Erik Seineke in Prescott, Arizona    meseineke@msn.com

 

 

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Sep
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Sep 13, 2019 at 4:14 PM