Wolf-Ruediger Fischer

Profile Updated: September 10, 2021
Residing In: Millsboro, DE USA
Spouse/Partner: Marilyn Flack Fischer
Occupation: Retired, Jewelry Designer & Craftsman
Children: Michael - 1969, Jeffrey - 1971, Rudi Jason - 1981
Military Service: US Air Force  
Comments:

Degree in Electrical Engineering. 6 years with the USAF 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Hurricane Hunters and High Altitude Reconnaissance Missions. 13 years with the US Government (Alphabet Soup Organization)

School Story:

I attended CB only my Senior year. Played soccer and made some fantastic friends, At the end of the soccer season, I knew I was heading for the Air Force Boot Camp, so I had a party at our house in Jamison. All the players and their dates were invited. I think we had lots of fun. Problem was, I was one of the few who forgot to invite a female companion. One of my friends, Fred Rieben brought a beautiful junior class girl from Jamison. By the end of the night I made my moves to get to know her. Next day I asked Fred about their relationship, and his answer was: "Just know here and asked her out". Two years later, January 2, 1965 I made her my wife. Marilyn Flack Fischer and I celebrated out 55th year of bliss. Recently, I made an effort to find Fred Rieben and with the help from my friends at the Alphabet Soup Company in DC, I found Fred down Under. Single again with a daughter. His goal in life is to change the Australian Flag to include the Aboriginal People. I guess CB taught all of us right and we should be proud of what we have become.

email address:

rudifischer@mchsi.com

Wolf-Ruediger's Latest Interactions

Nov
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Nov 14, 2021 at 9:02 AM

First of all, Happy Birthday, Robert. It has been eons since we left CB for the last time. Thanks for serving, even if it was in the Navy. I chose the Air Force because their chow halls were better. LOL. I like your short version of marriage events, and I am glad you settled down and you must be proud of your children. As I said, I was USAF for 6 years. My wife, Marilyn (Flack - 1964) Fischer hates me for that. I was gone TDY more often than I was home with her. After the military, I was forced (pre-arranged deal) to join one of our Alphabet Soup Companies in Washington DC. I lasted 13 years, working for 5 presidents before retiring and settling in PA, no wait, NJ, wrong again, Delaware. Our forever home. Take care and let me hear from you, at your convenience.

Nov 14, 2021 at 8:40 AM

Happy birthday Rita. Glad you found your paradise for your Golden Years.

Nov
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Nov 07, 2021 at 3:27 PM

James, happy birthday!

Oct
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Oct 21, 2021 at 4:33 PM

Happy birthday Bud. Sounds like you had a full life. I know what that is like. After CB, I went into the USAF. After 6 years, I started an extension to my past life with the NRO. Never a dull day. Now retired and hanging out at the Delaware beaches.

Oct
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Oct 19, 2021 at 11:37 PM

Happy birthday, Nancy! Sorry, I'm late but my wife says that I will be late to my funeral. Nothing wrong with that. Hope you had a great celebration.

Oct 19, 2021 at 11:34 PM

Happy Birthday, Donna! When I saw your name, I knew that I remembered it. CB days are far, far from us, but memories never go away, especially good ones. Marilyn Flack (Class of 64) and I have been married for 56 years. We have been very lucky to have traveled this beautiful blue marble. Sounds like you two have enjoyed life as well. Tell Kurtis that an old veteran thanks him for his service.

Oct
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Oct 12, 2021 at 3:15 PM

Happy Birthday, Sheron!

Oct
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Oct 08, 2021 at 7:57 PM

Happy Birthday, Michael. I know I'm early, but never know when my times expires. Hope this finds you happy and in good health. By the way: Thanks for your service.

Oct
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Oct 03, 2021 at 11:41 PM

I know I'm early, but at our age you have to do what you must do when you can: Happy Birthday, Greg. Thanks for your service. I did mine in the USAF. They had better food. LOL

Sep
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Sep 27, 2021 at 8:18 PM

Sorry I'm late, Ken, but that is the story of my life. Happy Birthday. Hope you had a great day.

Sep
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Sep 24, 2021 at 11:55 AM

George, first of all, Happy Birthday. I must admit that I was one of the folks that did not come near anything to do with CB or the Class of 63. After I retired, things changed for me, and I have been making connections with my old schoolmates. I remember you very well. I don't know if you remember me, because I only attended CB our senior year. I did not forget my classmates, I was just in a predicament that did not allow me to communicate with many people, at times even my wife. No, I was not in jail, except for a brief period when I was under house arrest in a barracks and I escaped to get back to Pa and marry my fiancée, Marilyn Flack, Class of 64. After a weekend honeymoon in Willow Grove, I returned to the base and snug back into my confinement. Let's stay in touch, would like to hear what your adventures have been.
Stay safe and healthy my friend. Hope to hear from you soon.
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Sep
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Sep 22, 2021 at 4:46 PM
Sep 22, 2021 at 4:41 PM

Happy Birthday, Sue! Here is wishing you many more.

Sep
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Sep 21, 2021 at 9:36 PM

Happy Birthday, Shelby. Sounds like you had 'Wanderlust'. Marilyn (Flack) and I have finally settled down after doing a big chunk of the planet. Stay in touch, would be nice to hear your stories.

Sep 21, 2021 at 9:30 PM

Happy Birthday, Lew. I read your comments and was very impressed with your timeline of life and your interest in history. We should take a minute and compare notes. I have written a book on mine but after it was redacted there was not much of a story. I also worked for President Nixon. I began with President Johnson and left during President Reagan's years. Would love to hear from you.
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Sep
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Sep 19, 2021 at 11:57 AM
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Sep
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Sep 16, 2021 at 11:36 AM

David was one of a kind. I only had my Senior year at CB, yet once I met him, it was like we had gone to school together for many years. His demeaner then, does not surprise me when I read that he had chosen to become a Minister in life. To Linda and the Williams family, Marilyn & I would like to express our deepest sympathy. May God bless you and look over you, until we all meet again.

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Sep
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Sep 10, 2021 at 9:48 PM
Wedding January 2, 1965
Sep 10, 2021 at 5:05 PM

Margaret nice to see you back on our 'once in a while' meeting place. Marilyn & I pulled the same thing. Disappeared for a while, GA, PR, PA, NJ, and finally Delaware. We traveled a lot while I was in the service. Sometimes Marilyn would stay in our house, but if my deployment was long, she would go home to Jamison to wait for me. My travel, without her, was to Japan, Taiwan, China, Vietnam, France, England, Holland, and Finland. Now that we are settled down we try to connect with those we graduated with at CB. Just sad to see how many of our old friends have passed on. Marilyn & I also celebrated our 57-wedding anniversary. Stay in touch, always nice to see what others have done and what they are doing now. Maybe we can compare some recipes. After I retired, I went and got my Culinary Arts Certificate. My highlights were when I received "Best of Philadelphia" two years in a row.

Sep
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Sep 08, 2021 at 8:12 PM

Mimi, so sorry for your loss. Have a blessed birthday and enjoy your grandchildren.

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Wedding January 2, 1965
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