- Evelyn M. Larabell I don't know the people in the pix, but since I'm writing to you, I wanted to thank you for the part you had in my son's success. You had him during such a major critical part of his life. Your efforts with him did not go unnoticed nor unappreciated. He's now 34, married, expecting a son in Sept., is a programmer for Bosch Corp. and happily married. Thank you sooooooo much for all you did for him! Sincerely, Ev. P.S. How are you and Dick doing?????
- Nancy Steiger Wow, Ev - I just noticed your post - guess I'm not much of a regular. Thank you for your kind, kind words! It's wonderful to hear about how well Chris is doing - and you get to be a Grandma! You have to realize that Chris came with built in abilities and qualities which I am sure he got from your careful parenting. Dick and I are fine here in Traverse City. Some days are creakier than others, but we are generally doing well. I wish the same for you. Thanks again for your thoughtfulness. N.Kelly came this morning to tour the property and get an idea of what needs to be done to get the house ready. She seems capable of helping us with a successful transition. I think that we will work well together.***************Thinking of Tim and Susie today. Susie's Dad's funeral was this morning.
Saturday, June 08, 2013
You could have knocked me over with a feather when I saw this post today. Such memories it brought back of good old Belleville and Edgemont School! Chris was a delightful boy, very bright and polite. He was in my second grade class the year that his parents divorced, and it was a very sad time for him. He stayed on top of his school work, and was one of the best students in the class.