Verbatim: Tim Wheeler

Tim Wheeler is a Sequim High School graduate from the Class of 1958. In the July edition of the The Ditchwalker, the Sequim Alumni Association’s newsletter, Wheeler recounts a chance encounter with a man whose son would become President of the United States.

  • Wednesday, August 6, 2014 4:16pm
  • Opinion

Tim Wheeler at the main intersection in Sequim in 2012.

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