After graduating from Lehigh University in 1959 with a BS in
Business, Doug spent five years on active duty with the US
Navy, after completing O.C.S. He remained in the Navy Reserve
until 1982 when he retired with the rank of Captain.
He was employed by Union Oil Company of California (UNOCAL)
from 1964 to 1997, where he worked in the Marketing Department
as Manager of Sales and Services.
Myrle and Doug retired to Steamboat Springs, Colorado in 1997,
where he enjoys water sports like canoeing and sailing, fly
fishing and snow boarding. He also volunteers with the
American Ski Corporation.
As for special achievements, Doug rates being President of the
Board of the Christian Heritage School and President of the
Board, Steamboat Springs Pregnancy Resource Center as
important to him as well as achieving the rank of Captain in
the U.S. Naval Reserve.
Jean Zulli Behrens
(Home) PO Box 216
Bishopsville, MD, 21813
515 E. Main St
Salisbury, MD 21804
Great grandchild 1
Year married: 1953
Jean and her husband Ken have been married for "50 years".
Our heartiest congratulations to them !! WOW - what an
accomplishment that is and we are so happy for them.
Jean and Ken somehow managed to raise 3 daughters (born 1 year
apart from each other) AND get a new business started all at
the same time back in the 50's.They named their florist
shop/garden center "Jean & Ken's" and are still actively
working in it. For anyone interested, the business is located
at 515 E. Main Street in Salisbury, MD 21804 and the phone
numbers are: (410) 742-8505 or toll free is (800) 992-5542.
They spend most of their waking hours there. HaHa
As to how she's changed since high school, Jean says she's
"blonder and smarter". When asked about highlights of her
life, Jean writes that she and Ken work hard, play hard, eat
and drink hardy, travel and enjoy life to the fullest! She
says they have had a great time, a great life and feel very
blessed, especially when everyone said it wouldn't last.
Their mutual interests are work, fine dining and staying at
great hotels when traveling.
One of Jean's more unforgettable moments was when she and
Ken ran into Mr. Polison (our BHS Principal in case you've
forgotten) while on their honeymoon. (That must have been