1959 – Spring ’22 Class Letter

Dear Classmates,

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.

Class Notes

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.

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