"Hey Danny....you've surfaced! Had to laugh at the picture Nancy posted during our class trip to DC....where have the years gone? Saw you go to the Outer Banks on vacation too in one of the past bio's...we go north of Duck..just the next…"
"It was a great reunion...probably one of the best...thanks to Erv and Robin for all of their hard work. The rain didn't damper the event at all....looking forward to next year's Corn Festival and our "50th"!!!!!!! Yikes"
"Sorry Erv...didn't get back to you about your "boat". You are doing something I always wanted to do. My dream was to one day crew on the Chicago or Pt Huron Mackinac race. But...don't think that will ever happen. Saw some great…"
Did a 30.5 mi race today on a J29. It turned out to be pretty much a reach both ways, so we were unable to challenge the other boats with longer waterlines. We were hoping one way would beat a beat, but the wind gods just didn't…"
After 30 years with United Airlines, I retired in July of 2004. But....since I still had a son to get through college, I decided to try a career in Finance. Yup...hit the books and got my Securities and Ohio Life and Health Licenses. I tried the Financial Advisor role with Thrivent Financial for Lutherans and with Chase Bank but hated the "sales" route. I've settled at Ohio Deferred Compensation as an Account Executive administrating their 457b plan. This will be a good place to retire!
Kris will be 39 this year
Amy will be 36 and
Andy will be 22. He graduates from Ohio University in June with a degree in Communications/Video Production. He's a wiz behind a camera and already has a feature length movie as director of photography for his resume. He's currently shooting Ohio University's new TV commercials and teaching a lighting class.
5 of them...Kris's children are Joshua, 10...Zachary 8...Samantha 3
Amy has two....Alexa 8 and Ava 4.
They make me smile and make me glad I'm a "Nana"
Love to make jewelry, travel (especially cruises) and read for quiet time.
Did a 30.5 mi race today on a J29. It turned out to be pretty much a reach both ways, so we were unable to challenge the other boats with longer waterlines. We were hoping one way would beat a beat, but the wind gods just didn't co-operate! At the moment I'm worn out and a little crisp. It may be a little out of date, but here's some info about the boat