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Well Ronnie its almost time for our January 3rd birthday, wishing you a great day and many, many more to come.
Posted on: Dec 30, 2015 at 9:05 AM
Hi Susan, what a giving way to celebrate your birthday! Now, another thought - did you live in Carrick before you moved out to Baldwin/Whitehall? I did and the day after Christmas, with my sister and brother we showed my husband the house we started out in on Poplargrove Ave. and walked to Quentin Roosevelt Elementary School twice a day 'cause we went home for lunch! Couldn't believe the hills around there! Jimmy Lejevic lived around the corner from me back then. Happy Birthday and Happy New Year!!
Posted on: Dec 29, 2015 at 3:50 PM
I think your idea to celebrate your birthday volunteering is a wonderful one. I'll be sure to think of you January 3rd. I wish you a joyous and fulfilling day and year. You have given me - for your birthday - a renewed interest in volunteering to read to some folks at an elderly home nearby where I live in Queens, N.Y.
Posted on: Dec 29, 2015 at 12:14 PM
I'm having a birthday on January 3rd, and I'm going to do something special. I'm going to volunteer somewhere to do something for anyone who needs my help. It's my present to me this year. What better way to celebrate my life when I now have the chance and time to give back.
Still remember riding your horse at you family's farm so much fun and things to do there. I purchased my happy some years later and have enjoyed riding ever since. Sorry your not attending the reunion dinner would be great to catch up on life.
Ricky Smith, bicycles, black leather jackets and you riding the streets to get to my house on Blossom for a visit. Still see you guys in my mind and it makes me smile. Ever hear from Ricky. Sorry to see your not coming to the reunion dinner, would be great to see you! Also see that red is now grey , and we all earned them!!!
Posted on: Jun 28, 2015 at 6:32 PM
Hi Elaine, remember prom night when we all met at my house? I still have those pictures. Look at them often and remember what a great time we had. Hope to see you at the reunion, if you can't make it keep in touch!
Pauley, are you coming to the reunion? Would love to see you again.
Friendship began in 4th grade at McAnnulty and lasted way past high school. We dressed alike going to Kennywood's School Picnic, she went on our family vacations and we talked endlessly on the phone. But the best thing we did was going to Lebanon Lodge under 21 dance. How we loved to dance all night long (or at least till 11pm closing), Friday, Saturday nights and Wednesday during school vacation. That's were Diane met the love of her life and married him.
We lost contact after she married, but info from her brother said she had a terrible battle with bone/face cancer that eventually cut her life short at a very early age.
Diane was the most heavenly person I've ever known, sweet, kind, gentle and appreciated everyone and everything. I think of her often, and memories of her will forever be in my heart.