1959 – Spring ’22 Class Letter
This second year of the Pandemic was a most unusual one for my wife, Sandy, and myself as it was for most everyone else. But living in a very small town of just 800 people in Montana we were not affected by COVID-19 as most people were in the USA. I am happy to say our three children and eight grandchildren are healthy and we welcomed our first great-grandchild. The documentary on my life was accepted into 19 Film Festivals and we even won a few awards. And, the really exciting news is Sandy and I are now entering into “the next chapter” of our lives as we will be moving to Costa Rica in the spring of this year. I will still have my same email address which is [email protected]. Drop me a note and I will write you from Jaco on the Pacific Ocean.
RONELL BRADBEER ANDERSON ’59 of Glen Mills, Pennsylvania, writes “I, like many others, found my plans were limited due to COVID-19. Luckily, I have not gotten it and hope to be more active in 2022. I have a large collection of antique valentines and I organized, photographed, and displayed them on various websites including Facebook. It kept me busy particularly since I went through two quarantines in my independent living apartment at Maris Grove in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania. I welcome any of my classmates to email me at [email protected].”
CLIFF EIMON ’59 of West Bend, Wisconsin, writes “I am 86 years old and have four children and seven grandchildren with the youngest one-year-old and six still in high school. I am a “snow bird” and play golf twice a week. My two sons are great golfers and I enjoy playing with them. Our games have switched. They play the blue tees and I play the forward tees. God has blessed me.”
Don’t forget, all of us are invited to attend our Golden R Reunion Celebration that is held annually during Alumni Weekend. This year’s Alumni Weekend will be June 23-26, 2022.
Stay safe and well. God Bless.