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Fourth generation AU graduate '02
This post was edited by mizzat 2 years ago
I am smarter than over half the people in the State of Alabama. Started off a bammer but wised up before college.
1980 for me and my wife.
It's Great to be an Auburn Tiger!!!
"Life is so much simpler when you tell the truth."
Wife and I both graduated in '85. It took me 6 years, but I had to wait on her, haha. Actually, I had three really good freshman years. Best football memories were when Pat Dye showed up and taught a tougher form of football. Saw all of Bo's home games. Last year, my teenage daughters were able to see all of Cam's home games. These memories will last forever. They will both attend Auburn in the fall of 2013, although they have many more options than we did. They just love Auburn because it is in our blood. War Eagle forever. We are National Champs for five more days!
aub61 said... (original post)Whether you or an AU grad or not, and whether you are a whippersnapper or an old f*rt like me, we are all the Auburn Family.
(Except fpr the bammer trolls).
aub61 said... (original post)
Whether you or an AU grad or not, and whether you are a whippersnapper or an old f*rt like me, we are all the Auburn Family.
(Except fpr the bammer trolls).
Amen aub61 and War Eagle
August 1971. Second generation....dad graduated in 1943.
I'm new and figured this was the best spot to introduce myself. Mechanical Engineering Undergrad in 2000. Grew up a HUGE South Carolina fan but love both now so I guess that's OK. Seems like a good easy going site with good information
Defeat doesn't finish a man - quit does. A man is not finished when he's defeated. He's finished when he quits. - Richard Nixon
If you have to ask why I love Auburn so much...never mind
Auburn...a family tradition since 1905
Zhynaryll said... (original post)Graduated in 1966, 1973 and 1980. Got about every degree they offered at the times!! My Dad graduated in 1943 and my brother in 1972, so it's a family tradition to graduate from Auburn! WDE
Zhynaryll said... (original post)
Graduated in 1966, 1973 and 1980. Got about every degree they offered at the times!! My Dad graduated in 1943 and my brother in 1972, so it's a family tradition to graduate from Auburn! WDE
Gotta love those family traditions. I started in 1967 and graduated in 1970. My grandfather was a 1905 graduate. I had a couple of uncles to graduate, and my older brother attended for 2 years. After me, there was a plerhera (sp?) of cousins and nieces and nephews and their children. I have one grand niece who graduated last year and one grand niece who is currently a sophomore. I have no children or grandchildren, or there would be more in my Auburn family tree.
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