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This is the Blog of the Whitten Family. We are Alan and Karen Whitten. We have been married for 6 years, and are trying our best to raise 3 kids.

Published on December 1, 2007 at 2:08 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. Howdy Whitten’s,

    My name is Troy Enlow and I found Alan’s family page through the Mustang Forum. ( I go by Seattle Wrangler ) When I saw that you folks are from Tehachapi Ca. I freaked. I have only been there a few times (mostly when I was a baby) but I was last there in 05 when my grandmother- Marie Coleman passed away. She was 99 years old and had lived in Tehachapi since 1957. She was very active in Church all those years….I’m not sure how long you have lived there in Tehachapi but I bet if you ask around 4 out of 5 people would have known her. When I was there in 05 I do remember how quiet it was….almost scary compared to the Seattle area where I live now but I loved Tehachapi a lot.

    I’m married with two wonderful daughters they are 11 and 13…oh how the time goes by so fast. I was hatched in Apple Valley Ca. in 64 and I still have my Aunt Bobby in Tehachapi and family in Oceanside, an Uncle in Little Rock Ca, my Mom and Dad were from Bakersfield.

    Take care!

    Troy 🙂


  2. Hi Karan and Alan. I’ve never blogged or whatever you call it but I wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed reading about your family and seeing how much the kids have grown. You must be a very busy mom. lv lc

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