THIS MONTH’S MOST
.FALLEN WARRIOR - Duane Anderson
Duane E. Anderson died Friday, Oct.8, in Memphis of lung cancer. In addition to being a standout Warrior basketball player, Duane was also a member of the national honor society and an Outstanding Senior. Those who attended Fairview Jr. High will remember Duane as the ninth grade quarterback. A complete obituary will be available at on our web site.
IN THE NEWS
has reconstructed our web-site guest book, which was lost during the
change of hosts. Please visit the site and leave your comments.
Karen Paine New
son and daughter-in-law, Erick & Suzanne, had her first grandchild on
Wed., Sept. 8. Garner Brokaw New weighed in at 9 lbs., 20-1/2 inches long.
Everyone is doing fine.
us news of events happening in your life i.e.
the birth of grandchildren, promotions, retirement, etc.
From Dean Pope
are back from 11 wonderful days in England. Terrific weather and no
hurricanes. I of course attended the demonstrations protesting the ban on
fox hunting but did not get arrested. It is obvious that the ban has more to do
with the hatred of fox hunters than the love of foxes.
did almost all the things we have done before in London -- great theater,
National Portrait Gallery, the real Tate, Apsley House, the Courtauld, Harrods,
Fortnum & Mason and the great food you can find in London if you look. After
five days in London, we were in the South, first near the New Forest and then
further East. Paul, I sent you a card from Wakehurst Place, wonderful gardens
and a "millennium seed bank" run by the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew
Son Justin was able to join us for half the time. It is now time for my pint of
cider and an afternoon nap.
you feed them, they will come, and
we did. John
and Leeba Andrews Curlin hosted the 2nd in a series of
SupperClub mini-reunions Saturday, Oct. 2, at their
Madison County home, Curlin Manor. Delicious food,
and warm fellowship were served along with near perfect
weather to those assembled for the soirée. Before the scrumptious meal,
guests had the opportunity to tour the three-acre estate carved out of an
arboreal paradise. Pictures will be posted, as received on our web site.
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