LHS Class of 1975 - 2005

30 Year Class Reunion


Steve Gunderson
238 Conifer Rd 406-293-7876
Libby, MT 59923 digicus@digicus.com

After graduating from Libby Senior High School in 1975, I worked around the country as a welder and heavy equipment operator, returning to Libby in 1977. I joined the Army National Guard in 1977 in Libby and worked as a fuel specialist and later as an AVLB (Armored Vehicle Launched Bridge) Tank Commander. My civilian job was a crew chief on an initial attack helicopter for the Forest Service during the fire season and driving logging truck the rest of the year. In 1979 I married Cherie Lawson from the Yaak and we moved to Tioga, North Dakota where I worked as an oil field truck driver transporting all sort of oilfield fluids and fuels for Power Fuels out of Minot North Dakota. The last 2 years with Power Fuels I spent hauling transport propane. During my time in North Dakota I was attached to the 163rd Combat Engineers Battalion in Williston, North Dakota and “retired” after 6 years in the Guard as a Staff Sergeant in a Combat Engineer line platoon. 

In 1982 Cherie and I moved back to the Libby area to start a small family business. We have managed/owned the business over the last 23 years that has grown into a multi-faceted business; a Radio Shack franchise, commercial and residential satellite installation and service, bail bond service, storage facility, and a fencing construction company to name a few. I also own and operate a web site development and hosting company, Digicus, based in Libby. 

Cherie and I celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary in 2004 and we have two sons, Dustin and Jason. Both Cherie and I have been and continue to be affiliated with Scouting and are very proud both our boys achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. Little League Baseball was the main family sport that we all enjoyed as the boys grew up. Working for Communities For A Great Northwest and the Provider Pals program are my current “hobbies”. I am also a board member of Lincoln County Crimestoppers and Lincoln County Combined Campaign. I have helped out on the 20-year class reunion and continue with helping put together the 30-year reunion. I’m looking forward to seeing everyone who can make it back to Libby. 

Libby has always been and always will be “home” and after seeing a large portion of the country, I’m very glad to have been able to raise my kids in this laid-back environment. I’ll continue to do whatever I must to stay here.

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