Posted on: Dec 30, 2020 at 3:33 AM
Chuck was a neighbor, we both lived on Brainard Ave, and a buddy. I remember most riding in his 58 Ford - three on the floor, 352.
Just a couple of years ago, he told me on FaceBook that he wished he still had that car.
Marcia ... Just want to know ,how are you doing after all of these years?
Just curious after all these years ...How are you Marcia?
You have had an interesting life! Congratulations on making it to another Birthday!
Thanks you guys for the comments on Rob. He was a good friend to all that knew him. Wheather playing cards, touch football or hockey he gave his best. Playing hockey one night I tried to check him off the puck, but only bounced off his strong elbow and went sprawling. He stopped, came over and quietly said "you okay?" And helped me up. I've not forgotten that thought of kindness from him. We had a party at someone's house New Years Eve and somebody told a joke. Was'nt all that funny I recall but Rob laughed at it like it was the funniest joke he'd ever heard. That quiet guy made the rest of us smile as well.
Rest In Peace Rob.
Happy Birthday, Jerry!
Posted on: Sep 21, 2020 at 12:51 PM
Happy Birthday, Joyce!!
Have a Wonderful Birthday, Bob, from an old friend.
Have a wonderful Birthday, Larry. I remember you well from LTHS.
Posted on: Jul 18, 2020 at 2:52 PM
Hi Jim! Didn't you have a black '57 chevy?
Don had a red and white '56 chevy, 2 dr hard top, stick, w/ a 6. We were going to drop a 283 in it, but never got started on that project. He was a good guy.
Yo Mike! How ya doing?
Posted on: Jul 18, 2020 at 3:13 PM
Hi Richard! Thanks for your work on the LTHS ’64 page. I remember that at football practice, and maybe in gym classes, the first name called was “A’Hern.” Was that you?