Simply the best of best. He made the world a better place.
Louie and I weren’t close friends in school and hadn’t seen him since graduation until our 30th reunion was being planned in the 90’s. I was standing outside City Hall where I worked taking a smoke break, and I heard a voice say, “aren’t you Marjiann?” I turned toward the voice and it was Louie. I was embarrassed not to recognize him until he told me who he was. But what a wonderfully pleasant surprise!
Barbara JuloStuart is NOT dead!I just talked to her on facebook.
Hopefully everything is good
Hard for me to grasp Dave’s passing. I have been gone from KC and friends so long, it’s a whole different place but the same. Dave was a great person, with a heart of gold. I hope he’s at peace and I see him on the other side. Miss you
Janet died in a car accident in 1970. I don’t remember the month but we were 20 years old. The crash happened at the intersection where Rockhill Road and Holmes meet, if I remember correctly. Traffic signals were installed there shortly after the incident.
Good, crazy guy - some wild Friday nights. Nothing that I will repeat. God rest
John had an English aunt who brought over the Beatles’ albums during 8th grade (a year ahead of the rest of the US) while we were classmates at Bryant. Tea and cookies and Beatles at 4:00 each day during her visit.
Left field or not, it’s true. That was a real shock at the time, all over our neighborhoods.