Michael Mack Kuller

Profile Updated: September 4, 2012
Michael Mack Kuller
Residing In: Walnut Creek, CA USA
Spouse/Partner: Joanne McManus Kuller, RN, MSN
Occupation: Pharmacist/Home Healthcare Entrepreneur
Children: I didn't get amrried until 1982 when I was 35 so I started late. Christina, born 1986; Alexandra, born More…1990 - a sophomore at Gonzaga Univ. in Spokane, WA.
Yes! Attending Reunion
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After I graduated from Roswell High, I went to ENMU for a semester. Then my second semester was at San Bernardino Valley College in California (my family moved a lot - my father was a country club manager). I stayed out of school for a year while my parents, who had moved to Boulder, CO, gained residency, then began there at CU in 1967 in pharmacy school. I graduated in 1972 (with a second degree in business) and moved back to California. After working as a pharmacist and hospital pharmacy manager for 10 years, I started my own home healthcare business. I am now about to do my 4th start-up in early 2010 and have no idea what I would do if I retired. A two year old picture is on my company's website: www.allstaroxygen.com
Hit the Allstar Team link on the left.

School Story:

I transferred to Roswell High as a junior, after moving there from Dallas, so I was only there for the last two years. When school started I was still on crutches from my motor scooter accident. I had Vespa which I had used for my morning paper route in Dallas. After moving to town in the summer, I was waiting for one of my few acquaintances to get off work at 8pm so we could go see a movie - Jerry Lewis in the "Nutty Professor". I went to the local convenience store to get a few things for our family just to kill time. On the way back I had the bag of groceries in front of me and as I went over some railroad tracks, the bag shifted. It was dark and I was doing about 30mph as I reached down to adjust the bag. When I looked up I was headed toward a parked pick-up truck parked at the right curb. I smacked into it and flew over the handlebars, hitting my knee, and landed in the back of the truck - on a couch. It probably saved my life. My kneecap was shattered - which later kept me out of the Viet Nam War - but I recovered and it has never bothered me since.

Other memories include:

Dances with the Mystics Band.

I was in English class when it was announced over the PA that President Kennedy had been shot.

The dirty lyrics of "Louie, Louie" being passed around.

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Happy Birthday Mack! I hope you have very great and wonderful birthday. I love your biographical sketch. God has really blessed you! I hope that we get to spend some time together at the next reunion. Walnut Creek is a very nice community. Enjoy your day. KLUJICS! Psalm 27:4 Respectfully, Paul Viera, RHS 65 Classmate

Sep 04, 2017 at 2:33 AM
Aug 29, 2017 at 11:10 AM

Happy Birthday, Mike! May you receive many pleasant and wonderful surprises because of your birthday. May your family and friends gather with you to bless you. Psalm 155:19 & Psalm 37:1-6. KLUJICS!
Respectfully, Paul Viera, RHS 65 Classmate

Sep 04, 2016 at 2:33 AM
Aug 30, 2016 at 12:05 PM

Happy Birthday, Mike! I like that commercial where the tattooist is busy eatin' a Snickers bar and the guy getting the tattoo says, "Regerts?" Enjoy your birthday no matter what and have fun! And above all, fon't worry. KLUJICS! Respectfully, Paul Viera, RHS 65 Classmate

Sep 04, 2015 at 2:34 AM
Aug 28, 2015 at 4:21 PM

Happy Birthday Michael! How are things in WC? Hope to see you in September. Respectfully, Paul Viera, RHS 65 Classmate

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Jul 06, 2017 at 8:47 PM

Posted on: Sep 07, 2014 at 8:34 PM

Happy Birthday Michael !! Sorry for the late message!

Sep 01, 2014 at 10:14 PM

Happy Birthday, Mike! Hope your birthday is very unforgettable this year. It's not the celebration that makes the birthday but the birthday that gives one reason to celebrate. I hope it's a blast but most of all I hope you get an opportunity to share it with all your loved ones and friends. By the way, I have family that live in Walnut Creek. Small world. Hope to see you in Roswell next year for the 50th. Looking forward to it.
Respcectfully, Paul Viera, RHS '65 Classmate. Jeremiah 33:3

Apr 19, 2014 at 5:14 PM

Hallelujah! He IS Risen! Happy Easter! 1st Corinthians 15:1-5.
Respectfully, Paul Viera, RHS 65 Classmate. Because He Lives.