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Family Pictures

Jack's Grandkids and Greatgrandkids

From John's part of the family. He's waiting for the others to contribute

Jack and Roberta have 4 children, 9 grandchildren, and as of this writing, 6 great-grandchildren.


From about 2003, here is granddaughter Angie and
greatgranddaughter Caitlynn Marie Rose.

 

  Like the old days
It's about 1987 and "poor" Grandpa! Not much room left in his king bed for him.
From the left, we've got Grandpa Jack, a barely visible Eireann, Angie, and Amy.
Up front and interested in the show is Gabriel.
 

Visiting Pomeroy, Great Grandson Chris found a fine place for a nap.

Let's see who can win the short hair contest...
Great Grandson Mike, Caitlynn, and Chris
  Eireann on a horse
Here's granddaughter Eireann. At about three years old she's maybe happy riding the horse.
Prices were good back in those days, Albertsons was selling a dozen donuts for $1.98
and French Bread was 2 for a buck.
 



Here's another picture of a smiling Mike, just after he was Baptized in the summer of 2004.
 


And here's Granddaughter Amy, proud mom to Mike and Chris and Thomas and Victoria


A bit more recent, here at the 2008 Washington State NAMiss Pageant that Granddaughter Brittany Ann was Top 5 Spokesmodel at, are Chris, Great Grandson Thomas, Great Granddaughter Victoria, a friend, and  Mike.

 



A great picture in September 2009 of Amy, Brittany, and Beverly

 


Great Granddaughter Victoria says, "Yes, I too can be a Princess!"
I'm waiting for pictures of Grandkids Gabriel and Eireann Pederson, and Rachel and Cassandra Gordon, Franklin and Julian  plus their parents and . . . . (You know who I mean....)
From the late 70's, we've got a couple of Gabriel Curran Pederson, their first grandson

Here's Ivar Haglund, of Acres of Clams fame, with Jack's daughter Mary and Gabriel.
The cropping around  the heads was done by Jack and a pair of long-handled scissors.

 


Here a young Gabe and a happy grandpa offering Victor Rosellini just the thing he needs to offer with Biscotti
(Photo by John E Walker, Seattle)