Harold (Skip) Chase

Profile Updated: September 7, 2016
Harold (Skip) Chase
Residing In Chandler, AZ USA
Spouse/Partner Diane Nelson Chase
Occupation Photolithographic Engineer, Retired
Children H. Ryan Chase - 1974
Rebecca (Chase) Pereira - 1977
Donald W. Chase - 1979
Benjamin N. Chase More…- 1981
Military Service U.S. Army Reserve  
Yes! Attending Reunion
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Work primarily in the Semiconductor Industry.
Retired, 2014
More detail: Married with 4 children, 12 grandchildren. Trying to keep up with all of them. Graduated from Univ. of Utah, 1972. Worked in semiconductor industry for approximately 35 of 43 working years, photolithography was the basic function. Had stints of teaching (mostly high school students) for a couple of years. Human resource jobs captured about 5 years and finished up back in photolithography before retirement. Church involvement includes a mission to Native American tribes and many ward and some stake assignments. Have been involved with BSA (Boy Scouts of America) for over 50 years, first as a youth, but then as an adult scouter ever since.
It was great to see so many at the reunion and reminisce old and long held friendships. It was such a pleasure to "catch up" on so many lives. Thanks to all of you who shared with me your stories and happenings. It was truly wonderful!
Thanks to the reunion committee who did such a fantastic job. The hours spent from all of you were obviously enormous, but so refreshing and rewarding. I especially appreciated the recognition of our fallen classmates, and the acknowledgement of their contributions to the class and society; and even more importantly those who had given their all in service to our country. Likewise, recognition of those who had also served our country, but by the grace of God, or otherwise, are still with us. My respect for these men and women is of the highest regard.
Health and circumstance permitting, doing it again in another few years seems like a wonderful idea.

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Mar 27, 2017 at 10:33 AM

My sympathy and condolence to Bruce and your family.  Helen was a wonderful person, so sincere and good when we were in school and I'm sure it continued in life.  I am so sorry to hear of her passing.  May God bless all of your fmily at this time.  Sincerely, Skip Chase

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Mar 06, 2017 at 7:43 AM
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Sep 10, 2016 at 6:18 PM

Posted on: Sep 07, 2016 at 11:59 AM

Work primarily in the Semiconductor Industry.
Retired, 2014
More detail: Married with 4 children, 12 grandchildren. Trying to keep up with all of them. Graduated from Univ. of Utah, 1972. Worked in semiconductor industry for approximately 35 of 43 working years, photolithography was the basic function. Had stints of teaching (mostly high school students) for a couple of years. Human resource jobs captured about 5 years and finished up back in photolithography before retirement. Church involvement includes a mission to Native American tribes and many ward and some stake assignments. Have been involved with BSA (Boy Scouts of America) for over 50 years, first as a youth, but then as an adult scouter ever since.
It was great to see so many at the reunion and reminisce old and long held friendships. It was such a pleasure to "catch up" on so many lives. Thanks to all of you who shared with me your stories and happenings. It was truly wonderful!
Thanks to the reunion committee who did such a fantastic job. The hours spent from all of you were obviously enormous, but so refreshing and rewarding. I especially appreciated the recognition of our fallen classmates, and the acknowledgement of their contributions to the class and society; and even more importantly those who had given their all in service to our country. Likewise, recognition of those who had also served our country, but by the grace of God, or otherwise, are still with us. My respect for these men and women is of the highest regard.
Health and circumstance permitting, doing it again in another few years seems like a wonderful idea.

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Jun 15, 2016 at 11:09 AM

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