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Vince Holcomb O'Connor

Vince played the organ with several CZ bands including Northwest Passage, Truth and Uncle Trip in the late 60's & early 70's.  After returning to the US in the summer of 1971 Vince continued to play in various bands. Upon his mothers passing, Vince changed his name to O'Connor to honor her memory. In August of 1999, Vince married a former CZ sweetheart, Giselle, who he reunited with during the 1999 annual CZ reunion. They are both currently living in Southern California.

John Carney

John played bass with several CZ bands including Truth  in the late 60's & early 70's. 

"Tony" Garland Bullock

Tony played bass with several CZ bands including Truth  in the late 60's & early 70's.  Tony has been living in Germany and continues to play in bands.

 

Tom Baker

Tom played the drums with several CZ bands including Truth  in the late 60's & early 70's.  Tom is currently a MicroSoft Network Engineer.

 

Rob Walker

Rob played guitar with Northwest Passage  in the late 60's & early 70's.  After returning to the US, Rob continued to play for bands in the Atlanta Georgia area. Rob Walker is in the Air Force band...His old band Stillwater was compensated for the use of their name in the great new movie "Almost Famous".

 

Simon Visuette

Simon was a singer with CZ bands in the late 60's & early 70's. He continued to perform years later. Simon currently lives in Panama and works in Property Management.

David Steinberg

David played the drums with Northwest Passage  in the late 60's & early 70's. David is a very successful music producer in Southern California.

 

Lance Wiskowski

Lance played the harmonica with  Northwest Passage  in the late 60's & early 70's. Lance currently lives in Seattle.  

 

Leslie Gray

Leslie played guitar with  Truth in the late 60's & early 70's. Leslie currently lives in Mesa, AZ, runs a performance car business and still writes and performs music. 

Eric Acosta

Eric was an equipment technician  with  Northwest Passage  in the late 60's & early 70's. Eric Acosta lives in Nashville, and is Director of the Bio-Control Network. 

 

Felix Robles

Felix played drums with  Uncle Trip  in the late 60's & 70. Felix was killed in January 71 on Ft Clayton. Felix attended the Canal Zone College and had plans to marry Melodye Taylor at the time of his death.

Pete Showalter

Pete played rhythm guitar with two CZ bands, Free and Salt & Pepper  in the late 60's & 70. Pete returned to the US in June of 70 and moved to Florida. Pete currently lives in rural Georgia with his wife.  His younger brother Mark, lives in Florida and produces music albums with his band.

Joe Rodriguez

Joe played  with  a CZ band in the & early 70's. 

Dave Gutierrez

Dave played  with  a CZ band in the early 70's. 

Willy Robles

Willy played  guitar with  Truth  in the late 60's & early 70's. Brother to the late Felix Roblez.

Chuck Peterson

Chuck played  bass  with  Uncle Trip  in the late 60's & early 70's. 

Mike Delyi

Mike played bass for CZ bands in the early 70's. 

Franz Gutierrez

Franz was the lead singer for the Sunshine Band, a Panamanian band in the early 70's. Franz sang in English but spoke only Spanish. Franz dated Diana Villareal of the CZ.

SGT Carter

SGT Carter played drums with Free and Salt & Pepper  in the late 60's & early 70's, He was a sargeant in the MP's.

Don

Don played bass guitar with Free and Salt & Pepper  in the late 60's & early 70's, He was an MP who worked with SGT Carter.

Ernie Abresch

Ernie currently lives in Fresno, CA.

Charles Algood

Charles played lead guitar with Free and Salt & Pepper  in the late 60's & early 70's, He was a Special Services photographer.

 

 

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Ernie Albresch 

 

Simon & daughter at home in Panama

 

David Steinberg in LA

 

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