Richard Marion Jr.

Profile Updated: March 30, 2009
Richard Marion Jr.
Residing In: Milford, MI USA
Spouse/Partner: alone
Occupation: Platform Artist and Hairstylist
Homepage: hit me up on face book
Yes! Attending Reunion
School story:

Eric, Mark and Mike, if you see this, tune up your pipes. From what I have heard, WE WERE THE BEST OF THE BEST IN BARBERSHOP.

My favorite high school memory:

OMG, Carnagie Hall

One thing I am really good at:

Men's Haircuts and

My greatest accomplishment since WC:

ranking high in the Tiffany Awards for Hairdressing in Michigan

One thing I wish I could change:

Knowing my limits. BTW, sorry to all of the women of the 1989 Madrigals, if I could, you all would look like models on the

What I wish I knew then:

Acceptance comes through love and respect, not demand.

My favorite WC teacher:

Mr. Dunn

The person who has influenced me the most:

Ted Green, class of 1987, Hope More, class of 1988 and last but not least, Kristy B. You have all at one time reminded me of things that I cannot forget. Be who I am, where I am and most of all, where I come from. Thank you.

What I miss the most from high school:


Best decision I've made since high school:

The decision to get my Masters

When I retire, I will:

Own a sweet little piece of land in South America with a hut and a barber's chair sipping on rum and making men look

My ideal getaway:

Spending a weekend with friends, celebrating their lives.

My favorite quote:

Respect is not given, it is gained, one cannot have respect for themselves untills the give it.

Mr. Dunn

Most difficult challange:

Saying I am wrong when I believe I am right.

How I would like to be remembered:

Someone that has known love and has decided that love only comes from the heart

Best relationship advice:

Know yourself before trying to know someone else.

Best parenting advice:

Kids are kids, let them live as kids.

Current Employer

American Crew

The job I would choose if nothing else mattered:


For fun I like to:

Golf, shoot hoops, run track, dance, and most of all, surf the internet


1989, Live on to remember. Remember that feeling we had when we walked down that isle in MSA getting our deplomas, remember how we felt when we stood on the risers in front of the PAC getting OUR group picture taken, remember the feeling we had when we walked in the the Indiana Ball Room for Prom. Remember our theme song, St. Elmos Fire. Remember our connections, friendships, ties and experiences. Everything in our youth always comes back to teach us about our future. Remember our youth.

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