"Grimes easy" to find at
Hopefully, other dear friends and
cohorts of the past 48 years and students, with whom we had lost contact, will find us.
Across time, jobs and professions, states and
countries, we have lost contact with too many dear friends and cohorts.
Many, like us, were very busy and moved on: voluntarily seeking new and distant challenges, or
career or family circumstances, or moved by an employer, sometimes by the
ultimate mover, the US military.
Among those we would like locate are:
staff members at (Scout) Camp Durant (1956-1960);
Class of '59 and Class of '60, Cary High;
friends of Alpha Phi Omega, NC State (1959-64);
a few who served or
Minot AFB, ND (1964-67),
Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ (1970-76), and
Barrow, Alaska (1988-89);
a few who taught in/associated with public schools
on the Tohono O’odham Nation, Arizona
(1976-80 and 1999-2002) on the reservation west of Tucson,
in the Aleutians
on the Yukon River at Nulato (1996-97); and the
the International School
Yangon, Rangoon, Burma (1998)
while one or both of us were associated.
In times past, whenever we traveled through the Anchorage airport, we
usually encountered and visited with other travelers we already knew.
I guess we thought it would never end.
We have been able to stay in contact with many
friends, residents and past residents of the
T. L. Grimes
December 09, 2009