Old Bethelities

by new boy 8 Replies latest jw friends

  • new boy
    new boy

    My book is going to my editor this week. Just a few lose ends to deal with.

    Does anyone here knows what has happen to any of the following ex-Bethelities and hopefully ex-Jehovah's Witnesses.

    Mark Bivins. I grew up with him in Southern California.

    Warren Manns. He was in charge of the plate department at Bethel.

    Ron Teleson. Assistant Laundry overseer

    Ken Doweling. Laundry overseer

    Billy Hill

    Randy Robinson from Indiana

    Dale Sigfasson had lived in Colorado.

    Gilbert Turmin my roommate in the 129

    Greg Chase he was my press operator on Hoe 10.

    David Kubecha from Houston TX

    Peter Kristovich

    Any information would be wonderful

  • jesscd

    Ken Dowling ended up in western ma. 3 daughters would be in their 30's now.

  • Iamallcool

    I do not know David Kubecha. I used to live in Houston. If you dare, call David Slackman, he is a very prominent elder in Houston. He might know David K. Worth a try. It is up to you.

  • LoisLane looking for Superman
    LoisLane looking for Superman

    A while back, you had asked about words or expressions used at Beth hell. I immediately thought of one that I had heard of on this board.

    Monkey butts. I had been enjoying them for years and never knew their "Brooklyn" name.

  • new boy
    new boy

    Thank you

    Any idea what Ken is doing now?

    Sorry monkey butts was a term never used at Bethel when I was their.

  • Still Totally ADD
    Still Totally ADD

    What ever happen to Robert Alexander? He was one of the helpers of the GB. He married my wife and I. Just curious. Still Totally ADD

  • jp1692

    I know Mark Bivins.

  • Room 215
    Room 215

    Ken Dowling was a new boy with me in 1965; from San Diego; Jim Treece also from San Diego. Telleson, about the same time, was initially assigned to the home paint department but asked for a change because of the painters' "BAs"; (Bad Attitudes)

  • mann377

    "Monkey butts. I had been enjoying them for years and never knew their "Brooklyn" name"

    STUFFED Monkey butts" That what we called it at the Farm. Not bad....bell pepper stuffed with rice beef, tomato and everything they could not get rid of.

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