Looks like I'll be making my third trip to Bank of America in an attempt to get them to close Mom's checking account. Now, the suits in Tampa, Florida say I never sent them a formal request. No, they can't handle it in the branches anymore, although I've been told I need to go there to get the proper form.
I couldn't resist sharing yesterday's Bliss cartoon. That's the Grim Reaper getting what I assume is a deep tissue massage at the chiropractor.
Gary Juleen ‘64 sent me a nice story and some snapshots of he and the late Phil Bonwell ‘66. I’ll publish them in the June Alumni Newsletter. In the meantime I’ve posted this shot of Phil and Gary on the Cars We Drove To School Page. They’re departing the Juleen home at 4142 Vista Grande enroute to a surfing adventure in Ocean Beach.
Sandra Harrison Barlau ’60 wanted to know how her second great-grandmother, Mildred Timbers, became a slave. The result of her research is a two-volume work, Some Slaves of Fauquier County Virginia, published by Heritage Books. The books are also available on Amazon.
Remember Circle Arts Theatre out at Highway 395 and Clairemont Mesa Blvd? Our family saw John Raitt in “Oklahoma” and waited for him after the show. The man was wearing lipstick and rouge!! Anyway, this ad is but one of the many treasures in the April 23, 1964 Golden Anniversary Pacer. Click HERE to read the entire issue.
Marla Quinci ‘75 passed away suddenly on April 17th. She was a resident of Davis, CA and has two children — Olivia and Grant. Marialyn Sardo ‘73 sent me a remembrance, which I’ve posted on the Class of ‘75 Obituary Page. There is no on-line Guest Book or, as far as I know, scheduled memorial service.