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April 15, 1947 – July 27, 2020
Carol was born the oldest of four children to Hans and Valora Dalager of Leucadia, Ca. She attended Cardiff Elementary, Oak Crest Junior High, and San Dieguito High School (class of 1965). Growing up, she was an active member of the Girl Scouts, St. Mark Lutheran Church and other civic organizations. In the mid 70’s, Carol met the love of her life, Jim Becker, at Palomar Airport, where they both worked. They married in 1979. After his retirement, they loved to travel and volunteer in the community. After Jim passed away in 2011, Carol filled her time working at the San Marcos Senior Center and Palomar Hospital, where she was recently named ‘Volunteer of the year’.
Carol is survived by her three brothers, Orville, Dan and Myron and her niece and nephews, Lucas, David, Andrew and Olivia. Also, by Jim’s kids, Brad, Craig and Lori and her grandkids Brianna, Britton, Trevor and Delina. Service arrangements are pending. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Ronald McDonald House of San Diego.Obituary written by brother Dan Dalager.Submitted by Cindy Korwin Thorpe (’65)
My beautiful, loving, joyful, kind, friendly, compassionate, God loving mama went to be with Jesus last night, 6/15/47-11/28/16, at 8pm. She was surrounded by her beloved family, held in our arms until she peacefully went to be held in the arms of her Heavenly Father. I will miss her every single day of my life, but treasure all she taught me, did for me, was for me and everyone else that she knew. My mom never met a stranger. And I know that all who have gone before were waiting to welcome her to her new home in Heaven. Let your final adventure begin precious mama. Donna Marie Bendowski-Gravell You are a beautiful soul.
Kerry Hinton Graham via Facebook
Craig Lance Burns
Craig was retired from Caltrans and is survived by his wife, a son, daughter, and at least one grandson… Craig served in Viet Nam as a U.S. Marine…
…Oohrah, thank you for your service, and R.I.P., Craig.
Sincerely, Cindy Korwin Thorpe
Submitted by Cindy Korwin Thorpe (’65)
LAURA GENELL CONRAD (DIEHL)April 6, 2006
Laura “Ladee” Diehl, 58, peacefully entered eternal life on April 1, 2006, with her family by her side. She was born on August 12, 1947, in La Jolla, a true native Californian, graduating from San Dieguito High School in 1965.
Ladee was vice-president and CFO of Action Promotions, a jewelry/gift business, which she co-owned with her husband, Dennis, for 31 years.
Ladee was a fabulous singer and performed in many places around the world, including on the Queen Mary and also on a Carnival Cruise. Among her many passions was her colossal collection of treasures of new and old, that she procured from her travels around the world.
Ladee was preceded in death by her parents, Lester and Cleo Conrad; and her beloved cats, Monkey, Sadie and Pee Wee. She will be missed by her loving husband, Dennis of 26 years; her stepmother, June Conrad; her aunt Mary; her mother and father-in-law, Joan and Stewart Diehl; her devoted cats, Joey and Daisy; many brothers and sisters-in-law; many nieces and nephews; including her special niece, Stacy; her godchildren, Stephanie and Kris; and dear friend Margaret Long.
Ladee enjoyed having hundreds of friends. She was witty, funny, vibrant and opinionated. Ladee was a kind and generous person. Ladee could find humor in every situation and she could always make everyone laugh. She had a zest for life, worked hard and played hard, and enjoyed her life to the fullest. To say she will be missed is an understatement. Ladee was truly loved by her family and friends and her absence will leave a tremendous gap in their hearts and a void in their lives.
A memorial prayer service will be held at Moonlight Beach on Saturday, April 8, at 3 p.m. All are invited to attend. A celebration of her life will be held following the service.
1947 – 2013
Scott, Eva Lynne CARLSBAD — Eva Lynne Scott, 66, passed away peacefully on July 15, 2013.She was born on April 11, 1947 in Escondido, Calif. Lynne was raised in the Encinitas where she attended various schools and graduated from San Dieguito High School. Lynne had many interests and was an avid athlete. Throughout her life, she participated in softball, surfing, horseback riding and tennis. She enjoyed her garden where she spent a considerable amount of time planting and nurturing her plants and flowers. She had a sincere love for animals and enjoyed daily activities.
Lynne is survived by her loving husband, Alan Scott; her daughter, Terri Marinez and son-in-law, John Marinez, of Carlsbad; daughter, Nicki Slaughter and son-in-law, Arnie Slaughter of Denver, Colorado. Her eight grandchildren who were her life and who she adored: Donovan, Dillon and Delaney Marinez, Johnny, Joseph and Jonah La Rocca, Brady Shell and Jackson Slaughter. Additionally, Lynne is survived by her sister, Cora Hofer and brother-in-law, Dave Hofer of Joplin, Missouri; and numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. She enjoyed a lively and interesting circle of friends who shared in her hobbies and various sports.
A memorial service will be held on Friday July 19, 2013, at 11 a.m. at the Carlsbad Community Church, 3175 Harding Street, Carlsbad, CA 92008.
Ruth Ann Ramsey
Juneau EmpireLongtime Juneau resident Ruth Ramsey died Feb. 22, 2009, at Providence Hospital in Anchorage, following a prolonged illness. She was 62.She was born on Feb. 3, 1947, in Midland, Mich., to Rebecca and Lyle Foster. She attended high school and college in San Diego, Calif., and moved to Juneau in 1978. She met Frank Ramsey when they were classmates in flight school. They were married on June 21, 1980, at the Shrine of St. Therese.Over the years, Ruth became Frank’s business partner, helping him run Channel Drilling Co. and a mini-storage unit facility. As business manager, she kept the books, set appointments and was the ever-friendly voice at the other end of the phone on which their many customers relied, her family said. Nearly everyone who met her immediately recognized her loving, caring nature and cheerful demeanor, they said. Ruth and Frank volunteered in the Big Brothers, Big Sisters program.She is survived by her husband; many friends in Juneau and throughout Southeast Alaska; and relatives who live out of state.
A celebration of her life is scheduled from 5 to 9 p.m. March 28 at Smith Hall in Chapel by the Lake. Guests are invited to bring a potluck dish to share.
GREGORY MADISON “SWIFTEAGLE” HOWEThe opening ceremonies in the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles included marching American Indians. Gregory “Swifteagle” Howe Sr., a member of the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe, was one of them.
From when he was a boy living on the Fort Thompson Indian Reservation in South Dakota to when he was an aspiring actor later in life, the Redlands resident stayed true to where he came from.
“He was very proud of his roots,” said his wife, Debra. “He had a box filled with all kinds of artifacts from when his grandparents and great-grandparents lived on the reservation.”
After a lengthy fight with cancer, Howe died April 24 at his home. He was 61.
Howe was born Feb. 26, 1947, in Milwaukee to Guy and Mildred Howe.
He was born so fast that his father wanted to name him Comes A Flying. But the infant’s mother disagreed, and his name became Swifteagle.
When Howe was young, his father left the family. Howe was raised by his mother in Encinitas, where he spent his childhood surfing and working.
“He had to take on a lot of responsibilities early on, including having a newspaper route,” his wife said.
After graduating from high school in Encinitas, Howe enlisted in the Army and was sent to Vietnam. From 1966 to 1969, Howe served as an airborne ranger.
He lost friends during the war, but did not dwell much on the horrors. Mostly, he was happy to serve his country, his wife said.
The most difficult situation that he dealt with at the time may have been being greeted by war protesters when he got off the plane in the United States after serving in Vietnam.
“He was a fighter through and through, so he was disturbed by that,” his wife said.
After his military service, he worked for a time as a heavy-equipment mechanic for International Harvester. But mostly he held different jobs in the entertainment field.
Howe was a disc jockey for a country music radio station and then a light-rock station in San Diego. He did voiceover work for television game shows and was an extra in the movies.
“Back then there was an issue with the hiring of non-Native Americans in the movies,” his wife said. “So at the time he signed up for the American Indian Registry for the Performing Arts.”
As a young man, he modeled for Stan Davis, an artist who hired aspiring American Indian actors as models.
He met his first wife when they were members of the registry. The marriage did not last.
Howe eventually got into the construction field and worked his way up to superintendent and project manager in La Quinta and neighboring desert cities.
On the building sites, there was nothing Howe could not do, his wife said.
“He loved the field and was very hands on,” she said.
The couple met in 1993 when he was hired at the construction firm where she was working.
“He was tall and strong with Native American features, and I liked him from the start,” she said. “He went on to treat me like a queen, doing everything for me.”
The couple married in 1997 and lived in Grand Terrace before settling in Redlands.
In the early years of their relationship, he had all the energy in the world, she said.
He traveled often to the Colorado River and Wyoming, did remodels for younger family members and liked to help the less fortunate.
He often gave money to the homeless at Christmas.
Even when he fell ill with cancer, he was on the go. He maintained ties with the reservation and spent time with a grandson he adored.
“All through his radiation days, he still ran all over the house with him, even though it would exhaust him,” said his wife. “My grandson called Greg ‘Papa Haans.’ We don’t know why and probably never will, but that was his name for him.”
Howe is also survived by stepdaughters Rachel Hernandez of Crestline and Jyll Barnes of Redlands; his mother, Mildred Howe of San Diego; three brothers, Garth Howe and Dean Howe, both of San Diego, and Guy Howe of Bokeelia, Fla.; and three grandchildren.
Services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the American Legion, 820 W. State St., Redlands.
From an undated obituary written by Debbie Pfeiffer Trunnell, from an unattributed newspaper clipping submitted to Mustang Memories by Mrs. Debra Howe. You may view this clipping here.
DAVID MERRILL LEEDY
David Merrill Leedy, 68, died peacefully at home on Bainbridge Island, Washington Saturday, May 16th, 2015. He was surrounded by family, friends, kids, dogs, laughter and music to his last breaths.You’d have to say that Dave had the soul of a renaissance artist, if a renaissance artist played soccer. He wrote poems and several novels, made drawings and short movies, tinkered endlessly with problems in math and physics, tutored kids, sat zazen, watched birds and loved movies and music of all kinds. He loved kids, babies and dogs, was crazy for his kids, grandsons, nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews. He only liked to go places he’d already been, saying that like Thoreau he “liked to travel widely in Walden.”
He was a natural athlete and a committed sports fan. He took up soccer and skiing after age 40 to stay in touch with his kids. In soccer he found his true sports love and was a longtime member of the Bainbridge Blues and a core regular at Bozo Ball, the Sunday pickup game on Bainbridge Island. Three months before he died he told his doctor his only real goal was to get back out on the soccer field.
He loved talking politics and was a lifelong liberal and supporter of underdogs everywhere. Even in his last two years he woke up every morning hoping to find that “world peace had broken out”.
Dave was born on April 10th, 1947 in Santa Monica, California, the eldest of Daniel Cassius Leedy and Lorna Sharpe Leedy’s four children. He grew up in the small beach town of Encinitas, CA where he spent many happy hours playing beach volley ball and bodysurfing at Moonlight Beach. Dave and his brothers John and Tom spent a lot of sunny afternoons roaming the sage-covered canyons and hills of Encinitas in long-ago days when it was a sleepy coastal town. He was a star athlete in track, baseball and football, setting records in track that stood for decades and went on to run track at Stanford. He graduated from San Dieguito High School in 1965.
Dave’s education was rich and varied with many starts and stops over the years. Learning and teaching were lifelong passions. He attended Stanford University, graduating phi beta kappa in 1969 with a BA in English. More significantly, he met his wife Nancy Downs, a fellow English major in a writing class, and they married the day after graduation. After a honeymoon around Europe in a Volkswagen bus, Dave and Nancy moved to New Haven, CT where Dave spent two years in a graduate program in English at Yale. Deciding that the university academic life was not quite his thing, he and Nancy moved on to the New School for Behavioral Studies at the University of North Dakota where, after many encounter groups and seminars, they both earned their teaching degrees in 1972.
Dave and Nancy moved to Bainbridge Island, Nancy’s hometown, in 1972 and made it their home. Dave couldn’t quite stop going to school, and completed a Masters thesis in Philosophy at the University of Washington in 1976. His thesis had been accepted and he was contemplating a PhD at the UW when Nancy and Kelly Webster decided to start the Island School and he decided to jump onboard. He was a co-founder of the Island School in 1977 and helped build and guide the school from its beginnings in Billie Buitenveld’s garage to the beloved institution it is today.
While teaching and building a school by day, Dave wrote poetry at night and whenever he could squeeze it in. For years his kids thought being a poet meant sitting with a cup of coffee and staring out the window while holding a pen. He was awarded a Stegner Fellowship in Poetry at Stanford for the year 1979-1980 and later was a fellow at the Djerassi Institute in poetry. Never one to stick with only one project or interest, Dave went on to start the short-lived Rolling Bay School, worked at Sunny & Steve’s Day Care and ran an After School Program before starting his final educational experiment, the Green Onions Research Institute, which he ran happily for 10 years with a group size never to exceed the number of kids he could seatbelt in his van. He returned to the Island School to run their After School program and serve as a Roving Resource, bringing math, science, chess, puzzlers and videography to any curious kid he could lure over to his table by the drinking fountain. He also worked one on one with many students and assisted in the Art Room.
Throughout his teaching life, Dave believed that kids should follow their own interests and always respected kids’ ideas and investigations.
Dave was diagnosed with brain cancer in June of 2013 which soon after caused him to go blind. He handled his diagnosis, blindness and subsequent treatment with incredible calm and acceptance (an advertisement for his particular cocktail of zen meditation and “The Church of Soccer” if there ever was one).
He was an inspiration to everyone who spent time with him in those last years and a picture of grace. In his last days he was surrounded by family and friends who conducted bedside sing-alongs, played live bedroom concerts, sent mixes of his favorite tunes and called in from as far afield as England to sing him on his way. In the last year of his life Dave adopted a mantra from his grandson Hazard and repeated it every night at bedtime (said with gusto) “More fun tomorrow!”
He is survived by his wife Nancy Downs Leedy, his daughter Lorna Leedy & Peter Maggio, his son Ben & Tracy Leedy and his grandsons Max & Sam Leedy and Hazard Maggio, adopted daughter Debby Bassett & Mary Zinkin, brother Tom & Martha Leedy, sister Lisa & Dave Thomson, sister in law Jennifer Leedy, brother and sister in law Tom & Nancy Downs, brother in law Mont & Elaine Downs, sisters in law Anne & Jim Carroll, Helen & Chris Haller and Isabel Downs & Bob Warner, and many beloved nephews, nieces, great nephews and great nieces. He was predeceased by his parents, brother John (Jake) Leedy, sister in law Margaret Ann Downs and daughter Jessie Merrill Leedy. Special thanks to his “angels” Karen Fredericks, Alexa Rosenthal, Mary Briner and Angie Spooner Hansen, who kept him physically fit, laughing, and mentally stimulated during his last two years.
The family suggests donations be given to The Island School Scholarship Fund or The Southern Poverty Law Center.
Family and friends are invited to sign Dave’s online guest book. See link at the top of the page.
A memorial will be held at The Island School on Bainbridge Island on Friday, May 22nd, 2015 from 4-6pm. Children and dogs are welcome. Be ready to sing.
March 26, 2019
Submitted by family member
April 1947 – December 18, 2017
Submitted by Cindy Korwin Thorpe (’65)
November 30, 1946 – February 11, 2018
Gary Michael Mirr, November 30, 1946 – February 11, 2018, 71, died peacefully on February 11, 2018 in El Cajon, California.Born in Milwakee, Wisconsin, he moved to Southern California as a young boy, eventually settling in Encinitas. An avid outdoorsman, he enjoyed the beauty and serenity of the beach and mountains.
He served 4 1/2 years in the Navy, including three tours to Vietnam and retired from the United States Postal Service after 30 years.
Gary is survived by his wife of 44 years, Pamela (Shore) Mirr, his daughters Tamara (Mirr) Whitney and Heather Mirr, his three grandchildren, Kassidy Giles, Jacob Whitney, and Jillian Ellison-Mirr, his brother Gregg (Debby) Mirr, his sister Lynda Mirr, his nieces Julia Apple, Katy Wilson, Athena Dryden, and great-niece Tarrin Johnson.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to the National Geographic Society.
May 26, 1947 – Feruary 26, 2017
Dennis deeply loved his family and friends, was greatly appreciated for all he gave, and will be sorrowfully missed. He was both a lover of people and of life itself, immersing himself in his community, whether through generous giving to arts organizations, volunteering through service clubs, or offering great conversation to those around him.
Professionally, Dennis was a retired CPA and successful business owner in Grand Junction. He truly enjoyed designing business plans for others to reach their goals. Personally, he enjoyed a variety of activities, including hunting, farming and gardening, river rafting, wine making, pottery, and travel.
Dennis shared his passions with his wife, Lin. They first shared life and love together in Grand Junction, Colorado, but most recently made their home in Eufaula, Oklahoma with their beloved pets and farm animals.
Some of the many organizations Dennis contributed his time and resources to: Muskogee Rotary Club (past President of Redlands Grand Junction, CO club and 30-year member of Downtown Grand Junction Club), DAV, SAR, volunteered at Muskogee VAMC, board member for Western Colorado Center for the Arts, Boy Scouts of America (Eagle Scout).
Dennis was preceded in death by his parents. Survivors include his wife, Lin Morris; sister, Corlee; children, Christine and her husband, Steve, Neil; grandchildren, McKenna and Riley; nephew, Chris and his wife, Angie; great-nephews, Nik and Eli; step-children, Kimberly, Adrienne and her husband, Todd; step-grandchildren, Christina and her husband, Brandon, Ben, Chris, Eric, Annika, and Maren; many other dear relatives and friends.
A Memorial will be Saturday, March 4th at 10:00 a.m. in Rowsey Chapel, St. Paul Methodist Church, 2130 W. Okmulgee St, Muskogee, OK.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Rotary Foundation or American Heart Association.
26 February 2017
Submitted by Ron’s sister, Sherry Parker Gilmore (’79)
David Dawson PeppinDavid Peppin gave his life so that others may live in Quang Nam, South Vietnam, on July 10, 1969. He is memorialized on the Vietnam Wall, Panel 21W Line 94. The following are comments posted to the Vietnam Wall Website.
“You are Remembered. Peace and Condolence to the family and friends. Greater love hath no man than this, that he lay down his life for his friends. Yaou are my friend, always remembered, never forgotten. May God bless you for your sacrifice.”
“I was in the squad when you and Serge gave your lives. I will never forget the day or you.”
“Saepe Expertus, Semper Fidelis, Fratres Asterni. Often Tested, Always Faithful, Brothers Forever.”
“Honoring this brave American Hero. This man has given of himself everything he could, so that his brother Marines and the people back home could live a more peaceful life. This gift of his life shows the greatness of this Hero. Hero’s don’t wear a cape of mask. No! They wear Marine green. Hero’s come in different shapes and sizes. As each day passes we must take the time to remember what this Hero gave up! So that we could live in a free society. Thank you. Semper Fi!”
Submitted by John Hamrick, ’65
VERNON LEROY PUTNAM
(1947-2013)Vernon LeRoy Putnam (LeRoy), a 1965 graduate of San Dieguito High School and resident of Topanga, CA, died April 21, 2013 of sudden cardiac arrest at age 66. He was playing golf with friends when he collapsed. LeRoy had practiced law in Los Angeles since 1973, was a devoted family man, and was active in the Topanga community. He was an avid gardener, outdoorsman and athlete.Born in San Diego, LeRoy grew up in Cardiff by the Sea where he attended Cardiff Elementary, Oak Crest Middle School and San Dieguito High School. He was the eldest of five children born to Vern Putnam Sr., a longtime San Dieguito civics teacher and baseball coach, and Betty Putnam, a homemaker and community activist. At San Dieguito, LeRoy was ASB President, an All-League basketball player whose varsity team won the CIF championship and a strong student involved in CSF. He was a standout basketball player for Palomar Junior College and earned an athletic scholarship to Cal Poly Pomona.Following his college graduation, LeRoy attended UCLA law school and was admitted to the bar in 1972. While still in law school, he started his legal career as a clerk with the Los Angeles Public Defender’s Office where he later became a trial attorney. In 1977, together with his partner Joseph Avila, he established the law firm of Avila and Putnam in downtown Los Angeles. The firm specializes in real estate and business litigation.LeRoy married Pat Rice in 1978 and together they had three children, Anna, Will and Laura. Pat and LeRoy welcomed their first grandchild, Paige, born to Anna and her husband Dan Rampton in 2011. LeRoy enjoyed his active involvement in his children’s various interests and activities. He shared his love of basketball with his daughter Anna, coached his son Will’s Little League team, and danced in a local production of the Nutcracker with his daughter Laura. The family enjoyed skiing together in Mammoth over the years, and particularly loved spending time together at the family’s rustic cabin in Cuyama, CA.LeRoy is survived by his wife, Pat Rice, his children Anna Putnam Rampton, 33, of San Francisco, CA, Will Putnam, 31, of Manhattan Beach, and Laura Putnam, 28, of San Francisco, as well as his son-in-law Dan Rampton and granddaughter Paige Rampton. In addition, LeRoy is survived by his mother Betty Putnam of Cardiff, CA and his siblings Phil Putnam of Redding, CA, Tom Putnam of Sacramento, CA, Penni Johnson of St. Paul, MN, and Betsy Mehaffey of Dixie, ID, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
LeRoy was greatly admired and loved, and will be deeply missed by his circle of friends and family. A memorial service and celebration of LeRoy’s life will be held Saturday, May 11th, at 10:30 a.m. at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum in Topanga, CA.
Obituary submitted by Dr. Robert Hauer (’65) and members of Mr. Putnam’s family.
Linda Carol Richards (Manor)
Manor, Linda 11/01/1947 ~ 06/27/2013 ESCONDIDO — Today with deep sorrow we mourn the loss of Linda Manor. There is comfort in knowing that she is at peace in the arms of the Lord. Her eighteen month battle with pancreatic cancer is over. Linda was Co-founder, President, and CFO of San Diego Wholesale Florist. She ran the family business like it was an extension of her family. Linda, always felt that one person could make a difference and she tried to be that person. She felt blessed, and an obligation to give back came with that blessing. Linda was very giving with her time. She was Chairman of the Board of The Elizabeth Hospice, Co-Founder and First Chair of the Elizabeth Hospice Foundation, served on the Foundation Board of SIA, was Chairman of Soroptimist International Of the Americas Fund Development Council, as well as serving on many other boards and committees. Despite everything that Linda has accomplished she was most proud of her family. She is survived by Don, her high school sweetheart and husband of 45 years, daughter Ann Manor-Owen and husband Dan of Escondido, CA, son Brian Manor and his wife Erica of Escondido, CA. and her pride and joy five grandchildren, Rachel, Rebecca, Nolan, Matilda, and Amelia all of Escondido, CA. She is also survived by her mother Doris Richards of San Marcos, CA, sister Nancy Herrick of Phoenix, AZ, brother William Richards of San Marcos, CA, brother J Richards of Encinitas, CA, sister Annette Hyman of Encinitas, CA and twenty six nieces and nephews and many great and great-great nieces and nephews. Visitation will be at 559 Valley Grove Lane, Escondido, CA 92025, July 5th between the hours of 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. A memorial service will be held on July 6th at 10:00 a.m.at the 1st United Methodist Church, 341 South Kalmia St., Escondido, CA. In honor of Linda’s love of Christmas, feel free to wear your favorite Christmas accessory.
Published in Union-Tribune from July 4 to July 10, 2013</p>
(May 20, 1947 — January 9, 2007)Robert “Bobby” Van Brook, 59, died January 9, 2007, in La Jolla, California.Sailing the deep blue sea was the passion of Robert “Bobby” William Van Brook.Born May 20, 1947, in New London, Connecticut, to Irene and Robert Van Brook, they moved to Cardiff when Bobby was four years old. He attended school in Encinitas, becoming an apprentice carpenter upon leaving San Dieguito High School. He went on to a lifelong career in the construction industry. He moved to Orchidland on the big island of Hawaii, where he lived and raised his family for 13 years before returning to Encinitas. An avid sailor, one of his most memorable accomplishments was sailing his boat down the Baja peninsula around Cabo San Lucas and up the Sea of Cortez.
He will be cremated and, hopefully, laid to rest in the Veteran’s Cemetery in Riverside.
I will keep you updated as this is confirmed.
I thank the Lord, for giving Jim a loving home where he has been cared for these last 4 years; Heartfelt Homes in Temecula. I thank Him, too, for taking him home before his pain became too severe, and for letting him slip away while sleeping peacefully. Thank you all for your kind words of condolence and I ask you remember Jim in the best of times. May God bless you and you-r loved ones. written by Susen Foster Weatherford 8-13-20
Submitted by Cindy Korwin Thorpe (’65)
Roberta Lea Woodward (Walls)