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Apr 22, 2022 at 7:49 AM

thanks, Ann......... yah, kind of a double gut punch.......but, life happens..     it certainly HAS been an emotional roller coaster.......

Apr 21, 2022 at 6:33 AM

Beautiful memories and tribute to Nancy, Pam.   Thank you for sharing.

Apr 20, 2022 at 7:33 AM

I am planning on attending our class reunion. My husband Tom is questionable as he is having a redo on his knee replacement May 2.

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Jan 13, 2022 at 3:41 PM

Is there a way to see who has registered for the reunion this June? I will be attending but I'm curious as to how many fellow classmates will be there. Quite a mob scene I hope.

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Dale Ashmun has left an In Memory comment for Jay Albert.
Dec 15, 2021 at 7:50 PM

I didn't know Jay that well but I also have a bowling related memory of him.  I was in the same Parkway Lanes Bantam League that Greg Shaw referred to in his memory of Jay.  I wasn't on his team but I do remember watching him bowl and like everyone else in the building, we knew he was bowlling at an adult tournament level at the age of 14 or so.  

   In a related memory, I remember a tournament where we got to use our handicap and I won two trophies...the singles trophy and a doubles trophy with as I remember, Doug Magee as my partner.  I just happened to be hot that morning and when my handicap was added to my already high scores, I won two trophys, which I still have. They need a little repair as they have gotten a bit trashed in the many moves I've made in the past 57 years. I think I'll put that on my TO DO list....repair them dang bowling trophys.

Greg Shaw has left an In Memory comment for Jay Albert.
Dec 15, 2021 at 10:33 AM

Jay Albert....a memory....

When I was in 6th or 7th grade I decided (well, my mom decided) that I should try a bowling league since I liked to bowl. They put me on a team and Jay Albert was on it. He was clearly one of the most skilled among the four of us. He had style. He loved the game and he was a damn good bowler. As I recall, his ball came in from the side with a slashing style that caused a lot of pin action.....and as those pins jangled around, his body would contort with a dance of pleasure. I was not such a good bowler, but I recall that he was always encouraging to me.  And, get this, our team won the league tournament and I got a HUGE trophy for it. I think Jay's mom worked at Parkway Lanes. Anyway, Jay was a real posiitve guy and nice to me, an average bowler.

Greg Shaw