I started with the Little Falls Cadets, I was 11...I marched with the Garfield Cadets from 1969-1975, I think it was 75. I guarded the American flag, I carried a flag, I played cymbals ( or just held them for the drummers to play ) and I was in the rifle line. My favorite was the rifle line.
I got married in 1977, to Steven, I have four children, 3 daughters and one son, ages 30, 27,25 and 23. I have three grandchildren, 2 boys age 10 and one girl 6 months.
I've been driving a school bus since 1992...it fit nicely into the whole raising the family thing.
I was just visiting the alumni site and ran across a picture of the drumline from 1970 and saw your comment on how we good looking you sais we were.My goodenedd it is amazing what 40 years could do to.a person.
I remember Bobby Lindenmuth and i playing for the LFC guard in 1969 and also LFC winning its third circuit championship in 1968 feel free to write my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks again. Congratulations to you as well. I think just being nominated is honor enough. So many other individuals/volunteers have spent so much time with the corps each year, still going unnoticed. Well, at least we've taken the nominating/voting responsibility away from George and put it in the hands of the corps alumni. Makes sense to me. See you soon.