Kris Halgedahl

Profile Updated: October 4, 2015
Kris Halgedahl
Kris Halgedahl


Yes! Attending Reunion

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Kris Halgedahl added a comment on Profile. New comment added.
Mar 07, 2017 at 2:51 PM

Posted on: Mar 07, 2017 at 2:51 PM

With Granddaughter GraceLynn and granddog Gordon III April 2008.
Kris Halgedahl has left an In Memory comment for Patty Goggans Bowman.
Dec 25, 2015 at 11:33 AM

My sincerest condolances on Patty's loss this holiday season. I remember her sense of humor and her great spirit in Pep Club. Always smiling. She will be missed, but we were lucky to have had her in our lives.

Kris Halgedahl

Kris Halgedahl posted a message.
Sep 29, 2015 at 7:31 AM

Hello, Vikings all! This is the first time I've posted on our site, and I'm glad that my interest, which began as a personal request for some financial help for some dental surgery, has resulted in a genuine curiosity about so many of your lives! Yes, we've had the sadness of premature loss of some of our classmates, but it seems that overall, we're all doing pretty well. I'm especially happy for those of you now enjoying retirement and financial security. My artistic path, especially playing and teaching the cello, has led me in a more tenuous direction -- I won't be retiring any time soon. However, that's why it's good that music and photography are passions for me, as they continue to get me through these years where I'm still able to work. I am trying to raise funds for some dental surgery, however, and for that, I'm posting a request here. If you're able to kick in some money toward that goal, I'd be so grateful. If you're interested in my crowd funding site, go to and type Kristin Halgedahl in the Search Box. My site should pop right up, you can read my story, and make a contribution as a Tooth Fairy now, or in the future. Or here's a link (I hopeā€¦I'm so bad with things tech) that will take you right there. Thank you!

Meanwhile, other than that, I'm doing pretty well. I now live in Traverse City, Michigan, a beautiful town in upstate Michigan, near Interlochen, the fine arts camp my father taught at in the summers, and which brother Fred and I attended growing up. It's a good place, except for the winters. I don't like snow and ice, and may be moving south, but for now, it's home.

I'll be updating my profile, as I now realize how important it is to have current information here. A HUGE thank you to Janie and Connie (and others) who do so much to maintain our site. And all the best to everyone. Hope to see you at the 50th Reunion!