Raynoha. But it worked out well. He loaned me a television after the movers had taken my things.
Next to Don (skip the guy behind him), with the gray hair, Joe Fountain. Joe had a warped sense of humor, similar to mine, and he wrote sick poetry too. He had one piece called,"Do You Want To Touch My Butt?" which I often threatened to read at my retirement ceremony, if I had one. When we talked, it seemed we kept trying to make each other laugh, no matter how sick the conversation became, and Don liked to watch us, so eventually Captain Brunk had to tell us to be careful.
The blonde lady next to him is Kelly Riske. She worked next door with Major Cantrell. She and I spoke on the phone daily, many times a day, because she was our point of contact at Air Combat Command. We were buds...although she may dispute that. Next to her was Theresa Jefferson, my replacement. Before she arrived, her nickname was Weezie, as in Louise Jefferson from the Jeffersons TV show. At the time we didn't know her race, so as soon as she showed up, we quickly stamped out that nickname. I helped train Theresa but other than that, I know very little about her. I also told people I was being replaced by a monkey, before I met Theresa...another joke I had to stop immediately.
After this "get together" Don, Don, Michael (not pictured), Joe, Kelly and I went out for Sushi and we laughed and laughed. Sometimes I really miss those guys.