Harvey was a friend of my boyfriend - he was always fun to be around - The story I remember the most is when he would talk about his dad.. His mom would make these
delicious pies....everyone got a piece if they wanted one....then Harveys dad would spit on the rest of the pie and put it up so noone would eat it. Ha! i Think at time we were taking avout the funny things our parents did....(like they were real people...) So Im posting this to enjoy the sharing...I hate to see our deaceased list with no comments like they didn't exist. Harvey was always a nice guy around me.
I remember your younger brother
Posted on: Jul 28, 2020 at 11:20 PM
What a wonderful writing Sonja, thanks for sharing that will us..When I was checking with the The Tulsa World about photographs for the portrait of Doris Niles, I remembered that David had taken the pictures for the article "Teacher of the Stars". The research and archive dept of The Tulsa World said she would check into that for me to see if those photos could be sent to me. I added who had taken the pictures and she said..."oh well, then I 'm sure we can find them because David was very methodical and precise about all the photos he took, so that they were dated, documented and filed for easy access. It makes it so much easier to find them now.' i was encouraged and sure enough within the next day she called to let me know she found them and would send them on. Somewhere I remember an article that commented on his pear shaped body and how he loved to eat. but above all his photography was his passion and his co workers knew the outstanding results he could get.
The best one was Ms.Doris Niles, sitting in her chair with her cat. Let me know if you would like to see them and I'll find it for you. Sally Flora-French
Posted on: Mar 06, 2019 at 7:09 AM
Happy Birthday, Sonja. Hope it's a blessed one for you.
Posted on: Jan 05, 2020 at 4:34 PM
a few images among many that occupy my time and happy moments...so many more. mostly i love sculpting people....but writing and photos are fun too!
Posted on: Feb 12, 2020 at 8:07 PM
Happy belated birthday, Ann! It was good to see you again at the reunion. You still look like the beautiful girl I knew years ago! You don't seem to age!
Happy Birthday Linda. We love you guys. Enjoy your day.
Best wishes to you and Bill. The pictures of your house were very nice. Looks like a great surrounding.
Happy Birthday, make Bill take you out for a nice dinner with your kids and grand kids.
Hi, Sandy. Hope you had a wonderful birthday. I didn't remember that your birthday is exactly a week after mine. I was remembering years ago when you, Anna Lea, Geraldine, Zeltha and I spent the night at Geraldine's. That was a funny memory. Was hoping that you would make it to the reunion in June. Hope all is well with you and your family.
Bryant grade school, I remember when you sang for the class and surprise everyone how good you were!
A lot of time has pass since then & HS,
I work in Tulsa aerospace business for almost 50 years, I still live in the area.
How did you end up in Kuna, ID?
Posted on: Mar 28, 2019 at 8:39 PM
Happy birthday, Deanne! I hope to see you in June at the reunion, and I hope that we can have some time to spend together either before, during or after the class reunion. You are still so pretty! I see on your update that you had lived in Texas for a while. No wonder I kept missing you in Tulsa at the various functions. Hugs!
I also remember Joyce Wampler as a very sweet girl. Not only were we classmates at school, we were also car hops at Brownie's Root Beer stand at the corner of Sheridan and Admiral during the summer when we were only around 14-15 years old.
Sharon Ross McAnally Reed
Posted on: Nov 11, 2018 at 9:59 PM
Thanks, you are my beautiful friend as well. Look forward to seeing you soon.
Posted on: May 08, 2018 at 8:50 AM
Hi Kenneth: Thank you for your military service. I did four years in the Air Force. Should have made it a career like you! But after four years of globe trotting, I was ready to get back to Tulsa.