Danny's Latest Interactions
Posted on: Sep 03, 2016 at 10:19 AM
You two will be missed. You put up with me a lot back in the day.
Will be good to see you! I'll be there for the Parkview deal, the thing Fri at Mikes and the Sat event. I'll be looking for me; I mean, you.
You were one of the key highlights form my last trip; you are still attending? Who are you sitting with? I'd be coming alone; 6 hr drive. I only know, counting you, maybe four other folks who are coming...still on the fence; don't know anybody who lives down there these days. I hear Dianne Meyers; Marcia Herrema, Jan, Paula...some of the Parkview Church folk are planning some pre-reunionreunion in Santa Ana. You heard about it?
How are you? Are you still alone or have you found a special someone yet?
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I''m thinking about driving down alone; Cherryl doesn't want to make the trip. She says I can go and have a great time. Hmmmm.
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Threw me out of our Freshman Dance in 1963 because of my bad attitude; and I was class president at the time and in charge of the event. Reeelaxxxxx indeed. Nina has it right. Coach Kubas tought me leadership; a tough love guy to the finish. He stood up for me and my alledged "improved attitude" a couple years later during an 1966 awards banquet when a I was a senior. I'll always remember him playing a 45rpm "Fifteen Tons and What Do You Get by Tennesee Williams, teaching us about American History and union run towns and lack of workers rights back in the day. A man's man. Can't believe at 68 that I've outlived him. He was for sure a man "made out of mud; made outta muscel and blood"; for sure...
Home from travels for a few days, I stopped by in 1970 to see her pastor at Parkview Memorial Church in Santa Ana. He was at the curb, motor running, taking off for a hospital visit to see Carol a week or so before she died. He had me ride shotgun on the bedside pastoral call; one I won't soon forget. A powerfully quiet, positive, spiritual lady in a lot of pain and high fevor. She kept her faith through it all. She gave it away, too. Powerful woman who impacted my life then. Still does. Memory Eternal.
Posted on: Jul 19, 2016 at 4:46 PM
Thanks for your note! I should pay attention here as you were THE FIRST lady I kissed in my entire life; during a slow dance at a 45RPM sock hope at your place, back yard covered patio as I recall. I had much to learn! And to update my profile; which I did just yesterday.
Thanks for encouraging me to come to the Reunion.
Posted on: Apr 08, 2016 at 9:45 AM
Hi Danny so glad you will be there. You don't know me but if I am not mistaken you held a service for us students before classes and I have always respected you for your devotion to us and your faith, thank you you for that. I see your still following your calling good job.
God bless you, Helen Janesz French