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Sunday, February 28, 2010
Dad passed away Saturday morning with Family around and he's now pain
free. God had a special plan and we were all blessed to have him for 79
years. I know that it was tough on him this past year but I was able to be
with him in Orlando to pay my final respects to a wonderful Dad, grandfather,
and great-grand father. Services will be March 6 and it will be another
tough day but Dad is without a doubt in a better place. Category: Thinking of You! [13 years ago]
all for your prayers and may God Bless You
Friday, February 12, 2010
Chris Richards update!
Today they took Chris off the vents AND...he said Gretchen's name when
the nurse asked him who she was! He tried to flip open her cell phone with his
thumb and then dial! He also figured out how to take the pulse oximeter
off......AND...he puckered up his lips...gave her a kiss...made a lip smacking
sound and smiled!
Chris is still in ICU and will be there for awhile. He still has pneumonia
and needs to get by the period of concern for vaso-spasms.
This is a miracle when you consider that 9 days ago, the doctor told Gretchen
to say her final good bye to Chris. The hospital Chaplain came by today because
she heard the news about Chris and wanted to see for herself. She couldn't
believe the difference from 9 days ago when she stood at his bedside ready to
give him last rites.
Gretchen thanks everyone for all your prayers, love, and support. But...don't
stop now! he said when she left he was flirting (though not talking) with the
cute young nurse. Could this be a good sign our Chris is coming back? We think
so!!! Category: Thinking of You! [13 years ago]
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Chris Richards update!
Yesterday was a bad day. Chris didn't respond to any of the tests the
doctors/nurses gave him about moving hands or fingers, etc. He just sort of
stared but he did not seem to recognize anyone.
However, with the light of day, things seem more hopeful. Gretchen was in the
hall outside of his room and he seemed to gaze out at her. The nurse told
her, "he's looking at you." She is hoping that is true. She asked him if
he could to give her a thumbs up and he did! That was huge!
Today is going to be very big. They are going to try to take the intubator
out and see if he can breathe on his own. Seeing how he does will determine
whether or not they do a tracheotomy. So there is a lot going on with our
Chris today and Gretchen is right there by his side. Category: Thinking of You! [13 years ago]
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Our classmate Chris Richards, class of '69, collapsed and suffered a serious
brain aneurysm on Tuesday. On Thrusday, Chris made it through a five-hour
surgery, but the next 72 hours are critical. The doctors seem pleased with his
progress! Please keep Chris, Gretchen and the entire family in your hearts and
prayers! Category: Thinking of You! [13 years ago]
Please keep Ed Bennett class of '70, and his family in your thoughts and
prayers. Ed has been diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML), and is
undergoing chemo-therapy at Palomar Medical Center in Escondido,
California. Edís sister, Lillian Bennett Deal class of '71, and Edís wife,
Becky, are constantly at his side, encouraging Ed and monitoring the results of
each treatment. Rather than cards or phone calls, they ask that you send
prayers and good wishes. The doctors are concerned about exposure to
visitors as well. As many of you know, family illness is exhausting for
all family members. Please keep the entire family in your
hearts. Category: Thinking of You! [13 years ago]
Saturday, July 26, 2009
Esther Kadlec, mother of Jim - c/o 1968), Carolyn (Carla) c/o 1971, Harold,
and Jane c/o 1962, passed away peacefully on July 26, 2009, while taking a nap
at Jimís home in El Paso , Texas. She was 88. Many will remember her as a Teen
Club ďMomĒ who frequently volunteered her time as a chaperone during the
Friday/Saturday night dances. Always full of energy, she also volunteered at the
Frankfurt Playhouse, Officerís Wives Club Christmas Bazaars at the
Casino/Officerís Club, FHS functions from 1960 to 1974, and was a strong
supporter of the USO and Marines who guarded the U.S. Consulate. She would
consider it an honor to be remembered, for even a brief moment, by those who
knew her. She was preceded in death by her late husband, Joseph H. Kadlec, the
former Officer in Charge of the Immigration and Naturalization Service in
Frankfurt , who passed away on November 7, 2000. Both are resting in peace at
the Arlington National Cemetery Columbarium. Category: Thinking of You! [14 years ago]
Saturday, June 27, 2009
Eleanor Elaine Tilton, M.A. died peacefully at the age of 87 at her residence
in Columbus, Georgia. She is the mother of the Class of 1969's Theresa Tilton.
Please remember Mrs. Titlon and the entire Tilton family in you prayers.
Condolences may be left at Columbus, Georgia Ledger-Enquirer
Read Theresa's memories of her Mother here! Category: Thinking of You! [14 years ago]
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Agnes Krol, mother of our own Joseph Krol Class of 1967, passed away February
17, 2009. She was 88 years old and a Veteran of WWII. Sergeant Krol was in the
Womenís Army Corp (WAC) assigned to Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary
Force (SHAEF) which on 26 April 1945 moved to Frankfurt. She also sang on Armed
Forces Radio to the troops in the field in Europe. They called her the Blues
Singer. During Joe's time in Frankfurt she ran the cafeteria at the I.G. Farben
Building. Please keep Joe and his family in your thoughts and
prayers. Category: Thinking of You! [14 years ago]
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Danny Miller beloved husband of Pat Collins Miller, Class of 1970, passed
away about 10:30 PM on Tuesday, September 23, 2008. He passed away surrounded by
his loving wife, Pat, children and family. He was laid to rest at the Fort Sill
National Cemetery, Elgin, Oklahoma on Monday, September 29, 2008. Cards can be
sent to the family at:
PO Box 803
Fletcher, OK 73541
The family asks that, in lieu of flowers, you consider a donation to:
Foundation of the 1st Cavarly Division Association
302 N. Main St.
Copperas Cove, Texas 76522-1703
(The Foundation provides college scholarships to children of Troopers that
were killed in action or totally & permanently disabled while on active duty
with the Division. Danny served in Charlie Co, 1/8th in Vietnam 1967-68.)
Category: Thinking of You! [14 years ago]
Tuesday, March 04, 2008
Dr. Shirley Crowley, wife of Gene Crowley, class of 1967, passed away March
4, 2008. Shirley was a lovely, gracious and accomplished woman. She had a
captivating spirit and a beautiful smile. She will be missed by all who knew
her. Donations can be made to the American Cancer Society or a Hospice of your
choice. Category: Thinking of You! [15 years ago]
Gene Crowley, Class of 1967, has informed us that his wife, Shirley, was
admitted to the hospital with an early indication of spots on the right side of
her brain, possibly cancer. Gene says, "She is very focused and keeping herself
in a good mood, not letting this setback anything.". Please keep Shirley and
Gene in your prayers.
Category: Thinking of You! [15 years ago]
Erika is recovering!
Category: Thinking of You! [16 years ago]
Colleen and her son, Aaron, have opened a trust fund
on Erika's behalf.
THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR DONATIONS!
But many people
have expressed an interest in helping Erika out financially. If you are
interested, donations can be made to the Erika Myers Recovery Fund at any
Washington Mutual Bank branch; or, donations can be mailed to:
1631 NE Broadway
Portland, OR 97232-1425
Claire "Cookie" Taylor, the mother of Bob Taylor, class of 1968, passed away
recently. She was employed at the CIA, starting as a part time clerk and
retiring as a senior analyst. We send our condolences to her sons, Skip, Terry,
Bob and her entire family. Category: Thinking of You! [16 years ago]
Joseph E. Collins, USA(Ret.) passed away August 12, 2006 in Norman, Oklahoma.
He is the father of Pat (Collins) Miller, class of 1970. We send our prayers and
condolences to family and friends. April 13, 1929 ~ August 12, 2006
Category: Thinking of You! [16 years ago]
Wednesday, May 31, 2006
The Rev. Samuel M. Robinson, Lt. Col. USAF(Ret.) passed away in his sleep on
Wednesday, May 31, 2006, at his home in West Lafayette, Indiana. He was 80 years
old. Rev. Robinson is the father of our own Daniel M. Robinson, class of 1969.
His body will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery at some future date.
Our prayers go out to the entire Robinson family. Category: Thinking of You! [17 years ago]
Sunday, May 21, 2006
Cher (Howard) Christianson's father, Col. Joseph Howard, USA (Ret.), passed
away on May 21, 2006, in Dallas, Texas. He takes his place on the Roll of Honor
at Arlington National Cemetery. Cher is a member of the class of 1969. We send
our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Category: Thinking of You! [17 years ago]
Wednesday, February 01, 2006
Edward J. Bennett the father of Veronica (Ronnie) Bennett, Class of 68; Ed
Bennett, Class of 70; and Lillian Bennett Deal, Class of 71, passed away in
February. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Bennett family and friends.
Category: Thinking of You! [17 years ago]
Wednesday, August 17, 2005
Update on Ray Reese ' 67
Ray is doing really well, but will be a long time coming back. He's still
required to stay close to the Brown Cancer Center and sees his doctors every
week. He's isolated in the sense his immune system is not strong enough to be
out in the public yet. But he's HAPPY TO BE HOME AGAIN!!! At this point they
expect only good things and that he'll grow stronger everyday. He'd love to hear
from everyone! Ray thanks everyone for all their cards and prayers through this
fight against leukemia.
RAY IS CANCER FREE TODAY!!! Category: Thinking of You! [17 years ago]
Tuesday, June 07, 2005
Gayle Rautio '67
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Dana Rautio class of '67 and the Rautio
family. Gayle, who suffered with Multiple Sclerosis for many years, passed away
May 21, 2005. Gayle's favorite reminiscences were of her teenage years when she
lived and attended school in Giessen and Frankfurt, Germany. She always missed
the friends she made there and thought of them to the very end. She always said,
"These were the best days of my life!" Gayle will be laid to rest in Fitchburg
Massachusetts, the city where she was born, the home of her parents and
Category: Thinking of You! [18 years ago]
Friday, January 07, 2005
Raymond Reese '67
Ray's bone marrow transplant seems to have been a success! Though still
hospitalized Ray is improving and on the way to recovery. Linda Reese du
Kor wishes to Thank everyone for their cards, prayers, and support during
this very tough time.
The Reese family has been doubly blessed the last few days. Linda has a new
It's a Boy!
Dylan Reese du Kor-Jackson 20 3/4 inches - 8lbs.9oz.
Proud Parents: David & Tara du Kor-Jackson & Big Sister,
Sydney Category: Thinking of You! [18 years ago]
What a great start to a new year!