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Profile Updated: September 25, 2020
dave Ungerer
Residing In: murrieta, CA USA
Spouse/Partner: kristyn
Occupation: math and avid teacher kaiser hs fontana,ca
Children: 3 children: Elizabeth, Alexis, and Stephen and 5 grandchildren
Yes! Attending Reunion

I finally retired June 30,2020 after teaching for 43 years. I taught mostly in the Fontana USD as a math and Avid teacher, the last 21 years at Kaiser HS. I also coached for 31 years, mostly waterpolo, swimming, and soccer. My wife, Kris, and I moved to a retirement community in Murrieta called the Four Seasons. There are enough things here to keep me busy as I play badminton twice a week and pickle ball once a week. I also swim daily in the place's 25 yd pool. I truly enjoyed teaching all those years and hope to help out once a week at my school when this virtual learning is over.

School Story:

Pasadena cc AA, CSULA BA, teaching credential from CSULA in math and history, Grand Canyon University MA in teaching

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Jan 07, 2022 at 4:00 PM

Happy birthday and I hope that all is well with you and your family. We are all well here at the four seasons, a 55+ community at the border of Murrieta and Temecula. There are lots of things for me to do there: play badminton, pickle ball, and tennis 3x a week. I also swim daily. We bought the house next door and put my parents in there; I don't know if you remember them. Both of them will be 94 this year and by being next door is an easy way to keep an eye on them. Please let me know how you are doing and what you've been up to and take care my friend.

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Jan 07, 2021 at 10:44 AM

Hello my friend and happy birthday, we sold our home in Riverside and bought our retirement home at the Four Seasons in Murrieta. I retired last July after teaching for 43 years, my wife wife retired 4 years earlier from teaching. Our rec center feels like a resort, I swim twice a day and play pickle ball and badminton on MWF. I do miss my students and school and plan to help out there when this pandemic is over. I hope all is well with you and stay safe and healthy.

Nov 16, 2020 at 10:56 AM

Happy birthday from your neighbor, my wife and I live at the Four Seasons off Winchester and Murrieta Hot Springs. We might have had a French or English class together at Marshall or PHS. Anyway I hope you enjoy your retirement.

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Posted on: Jun 27, 2019 at 7:03 PM

Happy birthday and I hope that all is well. Tomorrow I will finish my last day of teaching summer school (ever). I have always taught summer school and will retire on June 1 after teaching for 43 years. I have a question for you: remember in Sept 1968, it was on a Sunday that 6 of us decided to swim to an oil rig of the coast. This still probably the dumbest thing that I have ever done and I was so glad that we did this before the movie Jaws was out. I can only remember 4 people: you, me, Bill Cameron, and Debbie Thompson from Blair HS, but I can't remember the other 2 people. I normally have a real good memory and that oil rig sure was very high. Well I hope you have a nice day and all is well.

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Jun 18, 2019 at 7:04 AM

Posted on: Jun 17, 2019 at 7:56 PM

Yes I am still teaching and I am finishing up my last 2 weeks of summer school and then have most of July off. Next year will be my last year and also my 43rd year of teaching. I stopped coaching in 2006, I coached for 31 years, mostly waterpolo, swimming, and soccer. As an AVID teacher I know coach my students into college and most of the kids will be the first in their family to attend college.

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Posted on: Jan 13, 2019 at 4:04 PM

Happy birthday Bill, it was really nice to see you at Victory Park which was part of the reunion. Too bad we could not make it that evening since it was our 39th wedding anniversary. It was nice to talk to many classmates, especially those from the swim and polo team. I plan to go to the next together as I will not be teaching any more. I plan to retire after 43 years of teaching in June of 2020.

Jan 06, 2019 at 12:10 PM

Chris, happy birthday tomorrow and I hope you are enjoying your retirement. I have 1.5 more years of teaching before I'm done. My wife and I went to Victory Park on June 23 2018 during the day as part of the reunion. I saw a lot of people I had not seen for many years, most of them were on the swim or waterpolo team. Take care and enjoy your time in Arizona.

Jul 01, 2018 at 12:25 PM

Hi Nancy and a happy belated birthday. I went to part of the reunion at Victory Park and saw several people from the swim team. Your name came up several times as well as some others. I talked to Bill Cameron for awhile and we both wondered how you were doing. I just finished my summer school in June, have July off and then start up again in August. Two more years of teaching before I retire. My wife and I will be going to Colorado for a week to visit several relatives;we lived there for 4 years. Well take care of yourself.

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Posted on: Jan 15, 2018 at 4:32 PM

Happy birthday Bill, if you are still working I hope you had a nice day off. Tomorrow I go back to school and I am busy planning field trips with my Avid students. In November took 96 juniors for 5 days to see colleges in N Cal. Next month taking 45 10th graders to see schools in San Diego and during Spring break in March taking 36 elite juniors and seniors to the East Coast for 7 nights. We will be seeing all types of schools between Boston and DC. Luckily my wife, Kris will be able to go as she is fully recovered after having both knees replaced and is already retired after having taught elementary school for 20 years. Sorry this is late but I hope you had a nice day.

Jan 07, 2018 at 2:05 PM

Dear Chris, happy birthday and I hope you are enjoying your retirement. Tomorrow I start school again, I am in my 41st year of teaching and will retire in May 2020 since I will have 35 years with the Fontana school district and will receive lifetime medical benefits for both my wife and I. This March I will be taking some of me elite junior and senior AVID students as well as a few other students to look at colleges from Boston to Washington,DC. Most of my students will be first generation college students. Hopefully the weather will be nicer than when I did this in 2014 when the temps were between 11 and 50 degrees. It was not easy to make plane reservations for 36 students and 14 adults. Are you going to the reunion,you told me a couple of years ago you went to something the day before. The day of the reunion is my 39th wedding anniversary, so I am not sure what to do. When I retire in 2020, we plan to relocate to someplace a little cooler and a place that has Kaiser hospital for my wife. We do not have a plan A, we like to have 2 places to live with one of them being the Big Island in Hawaii. Take care my friend and have not been to Pasadena nor Lake Ave Congregational for a very long time.