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03/09/18 08:23 AM #3149    

 

Ellen Aspinwall (Templar)

Almost got them all, Bud.  So, anyone else know the first half of # 10?

And the answer to # 13?


03/10/18 02:39 PM #3150    

 

Roberta Young (Berwanger)

clem cadillihoper?


03/10/18 03:45 PM #3151    

 

Ellen Aspinwall (Templar)

#10  It wasn't Clem

#13  It wasn't Kennedy "the day the music died."


03/10/18 09:20 PM #3152    

 

Robert (Mike) Kelley

 

  It was Freddie the Freeloader. And a 1950's air crash that killed the Big Bopper, Buddy Holly

Richie Valens.


03/11/18 03:12 AM #3153    

 

Ellen Aspinwall (Templar)

Yes!  Mike!  You got them correct!  The "day the music died" was specific to Buddy Holly but you got all 3 of them that sadly died in the plane crash.  Kudos to Bud, Mike and Bobbie!


03/11/18 11:09 AM #3154    

 

Roberta Young (Berwanger)

I SAW THE CRASH SITE OF THE FAMOUS THREE..THEY HAVE DARK BUDDY HOLLY FRAMES IN THEIR HONOR 


03/14/18 05:35 PM #3155    

 

Nancy Westerfield (Depew)

barb manning,check your private messages

03/30/18 07:53 AM #3156    

 

Nancy Westerfield (Depew)

happy Easter everyone

04/03/18 01:28 PM #3157    

 

Clark Smyth

The picture wouldn't have been of Eliot Ness, would it?

BTW, he lived for a time in the Clifton Park Lagoon across from the yacht club.


04/04/18 06:37 AM #3158    

 

Ellen Aspinwall (Templar)

Wow!  Congratulations, Clark! You got that right out of the shoot! It is Eliot Ness!  And thanks for a bit of Ness history. Want to know more about Eliot Ness and his impact on Cleveland?  Let us know (asap---actually sooner!) that you will be joining us on September 22 in the fall for the Lolly the Trolley Eliot Ness tour that starts at noon. Dinner following at Shooters on the Water. We do need to know how many want to travel on this historic tour within the next few days! Don't miss out on some fascinating Cleveland history with people you know! Email Ellen:  umpquariver@isp.com


04/08/18 06:23 PM #3159    

Thomas Brown

Ellen,

Just to expand on the fact that Mr. Ness resided at the Clifton Park Lagoons...he actually occupied my Great Grandfathers (Alexander Winton) boathouse at 830 Beach Rd. I think the year was 1935 and he stayed there until he left his Director of Safety position with the City of Cleveland. Although I do not think Great Grandads yacht " LaBelle" resided there at the time, Mr. Ness referred to the house as his "retreat".

Thomas Brown (Brownie)

 


04/12/18 02:50 AM #3160    

 

Ellen Aspinwall (Templar)

Wow!  Tom!  What interesting history in your family. It makes you almost famous. The lady at the Lolly the Trolley office was fascinated when I told her about this. I hope you'll join us in September for the tour and maybe elaborate on this family history.  Thanks for sharing!!!


04/12/18 05:11 PM #3161    

 

Clark Smyth

Ellen, do you have any idea yet about how many attendees there will be on Friday night?

And is the Ness tour all that will be planned for Sat?

 

Thx,

 

Clark


04/12/18 08:22 PM #3162    

 

Ellen Aspinwall (Templar)

Clark:  There are somewhere between 15 and 20 signed up for Friday night. I am aware of about that many more that are interested but haven't yet committed. We expect twice that many as interest is high. 

We are finding that it is early for commitment and that's ok. There's time. Some are coming from out of town and looking forward to seeing as many of you as can make it!

Yes, The Eliot Ness tour is the only thing scheduled for Saturday, plus dinner at Shooters immediately following. I'm looking forward to that "on the water" atmosphere!

We've encouraged people to get a golf game going Saturday morning but so far, no one has done that and I don't play golf laugh Anyone who wants to do that is welcome to set it up.  We'll be happy to send out an email blast or two for you to get you in touch with those interested!

Is there interest in a late breakfast on Sunday---like 1:00 or 2:00 after the church crowd has thinned out?  Bob Evans or a place of your choice? Let us know!!!!

This is YOUR weekend, so let us know what more you'd like that hasn't been planned!!!!


04/23/18 01:09 AM #3163    

 

Ellen Aspinwall (Templar)

Hi from some of the RRHS63 Arizona crew!  Kathy & Don, Ellen T and Bruce.


04/24/18 05:35 PM #3164    

 

Barbara Peate (Sabo)

Dear Classmates,

Yesterday I was in contact with Nancy Westerfield Depew.  She told me that her brother, Lyle (whom many of us know), is in the hospital with septic pneumonia.  In ICU and apparently he is not doing well.  If any of you don’t know, he has Stage IV lung cancer and has been going through chemo, but recently they have been unable to administer it due to health issues.  Sadly, the other part of this is that Nancy told me she found out last week she has cancer of the pancreas.  It’s about the size of a penny, so it appears it’s been caught early.  She will undergo chemo, then surgery, and then more chemo.  At this time, she is asking that no one call, text, or message her or post anything on Facebook. She’s asked for prayers for her and Lyle, and she would love to get cards from anyone.  Always nice to know people are thinking of you.    

Her address:  7742 Ragall Parkway, Middleburg Heights, OH   44130

Barb


05/14/18 01:52 AM #3165    

 

Patrick Gillespie

FYI

E. DONALD "DON" CHADWIC
 
 
 
E. DONALD "DON" CHADWICK Obituary
 
age 83, of Avon Lake, formerly of Bay Village, died on May 8, 2018. Dear husband of Nancy (nee Carse) for 58 years. Loving father of Wendy Murphy(Tim), Amy Manco(Tim), Laura Driscoll(Joseph), and Christin Lucas(Martin). Awesome grandfather of Kelly Murphy Coyle(Frank), TJ and Chad Murphy; Collin, Marie, Sarah, Jason, Bobby, and Nicole Lucas. Great-grandfather of Nina Coyle. Graduate of Baldwin Wallace College, high school mathematics teacher, football, softball, wrestling, and track coach. Brother of Nancy Budde(Don) and the late Richard(Bev). Son of the late Edward and Dorothy Chadwick(Fitch). Don requested that you join his family to celebrate the good times at a casual open house. This will be held at the Fountain Bleau 635 Miller Rd., Avon Lake, on May 27th from 1-5. Contributions are suggested to Baldwin Wallace University 279 Front St. Berea, OH 44017 or The Arc of Greater Cleveland 2421 Community College Ave. Cleveland, OH 44115. buschcares.com 440-933-3202
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Published in The Plain Dealer from May 11 to May 13, 2018

05/14/18 03:49 PM #3166    

 

Barbara Peate (Sabo)

An update on Sally Willey Johnson.  She was in the hospital and is home now trying to get stronger.  I'm sure she could use some cards.....

Sally J. Johnson

100 Beckett Court

St. Clairsville, OH   43950

 

 


05/14/18 03:54 PM #3167    

 

Barbara Peate (Sabo)

Nancy Westerfield Depew began her chemo last week, and I'm sure could use some cards.  This is a long road for her ahead, so keep them coming!

Ms. Nancy Depew

7743 Ragall Pkwy.

Middleburg Heights, OH   44130


05/14/18 03:55 PM #3168    

 

Barbara Peate (Sabo)

Thanks to Pat Gillespie for the information on Mr. Chadwick.  I never knew him, but I do know he was one of the "good" guys!  Prayers to his family and friends.


05/14/18 07:03 PM #3169    

 

Alan Greenleaf

I remember Mr. Chadwick primarily as a wrestling coach.  He was a GOOD guy, and helped us do our best.  He was demanding without being "mean".  I would have followed him into battle.

RIP Coach Chadwick!

 


05/15/18 09:41 PM #3170    

 

Roberta Young (Berwanger)

ALAN WHAT A NICE THING TO SAY ABOUT MR. CHADWICK PRAYERS TO SALLY AND NANCY


05/16/18 02:48 PM #3171    

 

Alan Greenleaf

We need to add "Likes" to this page!


05/26/18 10:07 AM #3172    

 

Ellen Aspinwall (Templar)

Here's a wonderful RR photo from days gone by.  Wondering if this was during the Eliot Ness era???  Does anyone know the year?

 


05/27/18 01:46 PM #3173    

 

Ellen Aspinwall (Templar)

Below is interesting information/history from Ron Hanson about the milk wagon.  Note his comment about Eliot Ness. Thanks, Ron, for sharing with us!  Have a Happy and Safe Memorial Day, everyone!

I was intrigued with your posted photo of the horse-drawn dairy wagon. I recall having milk delivered by a milkman at our house on Beachcliff, but by milkmen driving motorized vehicles. It turns out that Producers Milk Company was a northern Ohio dairy cooperative. It used some horse-drawn milk wagons from 1915 - 1952, according to the internet, clearly including the Ness era. You may want to look at the site of the Historical Society of Old Brooklyn that has many photos of Producer’s fleet of horse-drawn delivery wagons, including your photo. (Old Brooklyn is a Cleveland neighborhood near the zoo.)

Additional information from Ron:  This photo is labeled 1938 on the Old Brooklyn site, a time when Ness was Cleveland's Safety Director.

Don't miss out on the Eliot Ness Tour September 22, 2018!  Sign up soon!!


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