Posted on: Oct 20, 2018 at 7:01 AM
While looking for a lost classmate, Richard “Butch” Reiter, sadly I came across an obituary published in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on May 3, 2111. So, I think Butch should move from “Lost Classmate” to “In Memoriam.” Butch and I had been friends since 7th-grade, had a “Fandango” summer after graduation, and were roommates at UT Austin the first semester (that’s all I lasted!). My hope is he would pull a Mark Twain, join this site, and say reports of his death were premature. But the age and ancestry fit. L’chaim Butch!
Birthdate was 19 Jan 1948
I thanked you and Carol for the kind comments about Butch. Unfortunately, I see where the site only shows my thanking Carol. So thank you too Florence. :-)
Happy Birthday, Carol!!
Posted on: Aug 26, 2018 at 3:30 AM
I had a laminectomy on August 8th. My doctor removed the staples last Tuesday but I remain in recovery. I did not know what to expect so to come out of there free of sciatica or any other pain blew me away. My neurosurgeon performed the surgery at Paris Texas regional hospital and to those local people who said I had to go to Dallas, well, they should learn to use Google. I feel so grateful to God for standing by my side during the last three years in particular. The cause of the damage likely occurred when a nice lady hit me (my car) from behind as I sat at a red light on NW Highway and Web Chapel. Anyway, I feel well.
Hope it is special
Happy , happy birthday!!! Hope you are having a great day!
Happy Belated Birthday Bobby. It was great catching up with you recently.
Happy birthday, Gaylord!! Hope it's a great celebration.
Posted on: Aug 10, 2018 at 7:37 PM
Happy happy birthday!! Hope it was a great one!
Posted on: Jun 14, 2018 at 7:14 PM
Today is the one year anniversary of my valve replacement surgery. I’m pleased to report that I’m completely recovered and doing great. I do 40 minutes on the treadmill every morning and have lost over 30 pounds from that exercise. I want to sincerely thank all of you who prayed for me before, during, and after my surgery. It meant more than you could ever imagine. Thank you. Looking forward to seeing all of you at our next reunion! Can’t come soon enough for me.