William Chow's Personal Web Page

The year is a sub page dedicated to my friend, David Uruquart.

Below I have some of the photos of great times that were had. Feel free to click on the thumbnail to enlarge it.

I met Dave in my Lakewood years when he moved into my neighbourhood across the street.

We use to hang out each other's place playing role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons or Battletech or Gamma World.

Dave and I both had different sets of friends. I went to one of his parties at his house, where they played head banger metal band music, smoked whatever and drank everything (and lots of everything!)
I remember we use to sign up for computer time on Lakewood's Apple II computers. We use to sign up back to back blocks so we could do games of Santa Pavarvia. One time, Dave's mom came by and dropped off pizza at our classroom so we could game all night. That was cool.
I got back in touch with Dave in 2005, after he went to the classmates.com site and got absolutely no response from anyone. However, I responded and we caught up with old times. What was even weirder was that he had kept a suitcase that I left at his house for over 20 years. It was full of a whole lot of role playing materials like character sheets, manuals and dice. I was amazed that he kept it so long.


1983 Lakewood His Grad Comment Reads: Leprachaun's pet peeve is teachers that think other teachers don't give homework. He hopes to live for 10 years in the French Foreign Legion. Good luck Davey!!

He doesn't have a grad picture in the annual but he does have this photo else where in the book.

1985 PGSS His grad comment reads: Dave's ambition is to become an excellent accountant so that he won't get caught embezzling millions of dollars. He will always remember PGSS for the great Forestry 11 trip and the crowded hallways.


He was one of the few people that found on classmates.com. He was looking for information about a 20th reunion and at the time I was trying to gather information about our grad class for a reunion. We got together and caught up on things over a nice lunch at Cactus Club.

He tells me that he has served 15 years with the Canadian reserves. I had lost contact with him about the time he was serving in Greece. He did miss the whole Bosnia incident. He returned to Canada and retired from the service. He got married to a Tracey and now lives in Mission. He currently works for Federal Corrections. You can contact him here.