JASPER JOTTINGS Week 16  - 2016 Apr 17    

Jasper Jottings - The achievement journal of my fellow Jaspers, the alumni of the Manhattan College



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Man Saves Helpless Foal Stuck On Bridge As Mama Horse Looks On

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It’s a simple act.

He could have ignored it.

But all life is precious.

He was so gentle and it was like Mama Horse knew it would be OK.

Of course, she could have killed him easily. At least, knocked him off the bridge.

Why can’t we treat human babies with as much compassion?

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COMMENT: Twomey, John J. (MC1969) has chair #736


John J. Twomey commented on MFACEBOOK: The case of the mysterious chair

2016-Apr-09 Michael Warren1 min ∑ Lancaster, PA, United States Here's a mystery perhaps some alumni can help solve. About a …

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In 1988 my wife bought me a similar chair with what appears to be an inventory number of "736......1034" and the name "MANHATTAN" listed. The purchase was the result of a promotion from the college. These many years later, I still have the chair, even better I still have the wife.....Life is Good, even better as a Jasper

John J. Twomey MC ’69, Manhattan Prep'65

[JR: Glad for the wife still being around. Need someone to buy you chairs!] 

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COMMENT: Horn, William J. 'Bill' (MC1964) with some chair facts


Horn, William J. 'Bill' (MC1964)

 The chairs were sold through the alumni office and perhaps through the bookstore in the 60s and 70s. Two armchairs and a rocker were in the alumni director's office when I was assistant director and later director of alumni relations from 1967-72. They were not rare and I believe there were some in other campus locations, possibly admissions and the President's Office. I am not aware of them having been numbered, perhaps under the chair seat, but I doubt they would have been marked by hand.

[JR: More chair lore.] 

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JUPDATE: Gallucci, Frank [MC1984] id-ed by McEneney, Mike (MC1953)


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JLINKEDIN: Gallucci, Frank [MC 1984] Chief Intellectual Property Counsel FUJIFILM America2016-Apr-06
Gallucci, Frank [MC????]

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Dear John,

             I believe that Frank is a member of the Class of 1984,and received his Masters in 1991.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Gallucci, Frank [MC1984]

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GOOGLE+: Petrone, Louis S. "Key West Lou" (MC1957) has a call in show



2016 Apr 10 KWL
Petrone, Louis S. "Key West Lou" (MC1957)
Apr 10, 6:58 AM
Join me Tuesday @ 9pm. Lots to talk about! #newstalk #TuesdayTalk
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Call in to speak with the host

(646) 478-5731

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JNEWS: Wanielista, Marty [MC1965] -- a jasper connection to a weight guesser



The Weight Guesser and the deep history of Rocky Glen
Published: April 10, 2016

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A lot of local Baby Boomers have such fond memories of Rocky Glen, the legendary amusement park near Moosic, they feel as if they grew up there.

Marty Wanielista did.

Wanielista, 74, today a retired University of Central Florida engineering professor, was just 8 years old when he went to work at his father’s Rocky Glen concessions. His father, Martin, and his brothers and family ran games of chance, a dart game and a shooting gallery and young Marty worked them all.

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Martin’s son, Marty, graduated from Avoca High School in 1959. His parents encouraged him to go to Scranton University where he joined ROTC. He served two years in Army Medical Service Corps, setting up waste disposal and drinking water systems for camps.

He got a master’s degree from Manhattan College and doctorate from Cornell in environmental systems.

A stormwater expert, he headed a research group at UCF that was the first to identify storm water as a pollutant. They developed a system that utilizes used tires to filter stormwater. Though retired as a full time professor, he still works as a researcher and has new patents for methods for the removal of nutrients and the reuse of stormwater.

Marty has been married 50 years to Betty Kusimerz from Dupont. They have two daughters, Marla and Victoria, an engineer and a teacher and two grandchildren.

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Wanielista, Marty [MC????]

[JR: And great story of Americana!] 

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Dear John,

            I believe that Marty is a member of the Class of 1965.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Wanielista, Marty [MC1965]

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COMMENT: McEneney, Mike (MC1953) also has seen the chairs


Dear John,

             I found the pictures on Facebook. There are number of similar chairs around the Campus and at one time could be purchased through special offers.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

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JUPDATE: O’Connell, Robert [MC1983] id-ed by McEneney, Mike (MC1953)


Dear John,

           I believe that Robert is a member of the Class of 1983.


On 4/9/2016 11:39 AM, Jasper Fjohn68 [JasperJottingsEditorial] wrote:
JNEWS: O’Connell, Robert [MC????] 2016 Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence


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McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

O’Connell, Robert [MC1983]

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JHQ: De La Salle Windows Dedication



Manhattan College De La Salle Windows Dedication: April 7, 2016

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[JR: One hour video.] 

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PRAYERSREQUESTED: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) prays for three causes


Good Evening All,

We have received some news on some of those for whom we have been praying.
Sadly, Eugene Kramer, the New York City Firefighter passed away on Saturday with Family at his side. We pray for the repose of his soul and for his Family and Friends as they mourn the loss of their loved one.
Maureen's operation was a success, she is back on her feet and thanks us for our prayers. A prayer of thanks would not be remiss.
Brooke and Alexandra who were in an auto accident a few days ago, are fine and thank you for your prayers.
Thank you Mike McEneney for sharing the updates. Thank you all. God Bless.

Phil Colon
Colon, Philip J. (MC1962)
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COMMENT: Bloom, Chris (MC2004) reports jobs at Charlotte school


Bloom, Chris (MC2004)

KIPP Charlotte looking for fantastic teachers.


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JLINKEDIN: Batista, Soraya [MC2015] Design Coordinator at The LiRo Group



Batista, Soraya [MC2015]
Design Coordinator at The LiRo Group
United States
Civil Engineering

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JLINKEDIN: Finnegan, Nicole [MC2012] Educator at R.C. Diocese of Paterson



Finnegan, Nicole [MC2012]
Educator at R.C. Diocese of Paterson
Stirling, New Jersey
Religious Institutions

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JOBIT: Smith, Robert E. [MC1956 RIP] on 2016-Apr-09



Robert E. Smith
1934 - 2016

Robert E. Smith, of Mt. Kisco, passed away on April 9, 2016.

He was 81 years old. Born in Yonkers to the late J. Emmit and Paula Kocak Smith.

Beloved husband of Marie Frankowski Smith. Dear father of Douglas Smith and stepfather of Catherine (Steven) Soltis and Henry (Ruth) Frankowski. Loving brother of Richard (Maria) Smith and Linda O'Dierno. Adored uncle of Katie O'Dierno.

Bob received his Bachelors degree from Manhattan College and a Masters degree from both Brown and Fordham Universities. He was a prominent executive for Howmedica in East Rutherford, NJ for over 25 years and then for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals in NYC. He had a very successful career with both companies.

Mr. Smith enjoyed hiking throughout Westchester County, kayaking and was a member of various book clubs in Westchester and NYC.

Arrangements entrusted to FLOWER FUNERAL HOME INC., 714 Yonkers Ave, with visitation today 2-4 & 7-9 pm. Funeral mass Wednesday 10:00 am at St. Ann's Church on College Place. Interment to follow at St. Joseph's Cemetery. www.FlowerFH.com

Published in the The Journal News on Apr. 12, 2016


Smith, Robert E. [MC???? RIP]

Guestbook: Same link

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Dear John,

             I believe that Robert is a member of the Class of 1956.

              May He Rest In Peace.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Smith, Robert E. [MC1956 RIP]

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Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) added this request to his prayer circle.

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JNEWS: Girado, Sandra [MC????] VP Events And Partner Relations NAMIC




NAMIC Announces Management Promotions

James C. Jones Promoted To Senior Vice President, Education And Diversity Solutions

Sandra Girado Promoted To Vice President, Events And Partner Relations

13:39 ET from NAMIC

NEW YORK, April 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- NAMIC (National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications) today announced two recent managerial promotions. James C. Jones has been promoted to senior vice president, Education and Diversity Solutions. In addition, Sandra Girado has been promoted to vice president, Events and Partner Relations.

"Jim and Sandra have provided valuable leadership for over ten years, with each of them making strong contributions to NAMIC's development," said Eglon E. Simons, president and CEO, NAMIC. "I look forward to their guidance and leadership in advancing NAMIC's mission as we continue to deliver critical professional development resources that support increased diversity and inclusion."

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As vice president of Events and Partner Relations, Ms. Girado will continue overseeing the production and management of NAMIC's portfolio of national events and corporate meetings, including the Annual NAMIC Conference and Annual Awards Breakfast. In her expanded managerial capacity, Girado will play a larger role in stewarding the association's strategic partnerships and establishing relationships with new stakeholders and supporters. Additionally, Girado will oversee marketing and communications for NAMIC National. Prior to joining NAMIC in June 2005, Girado served as programs administrator for the International Council of Shopping Centers where she was responsible for the management of educational programs, including faculty recruitment and curriculum scheduling. In that role, Girado worked to facilitate programs in Asia, Mexico, the Middle East and Moscow. Girado also worked with the EastWest Institute, where she was responsible for planning Global Homeland Security Conferences for the international community and also served as special events manager for the New York based publishing company, Lebhar-Friedman. A graduate of Manhattan College, Girado holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing and International Business.

For more information on NAMIC and its programs and initiatives visit http://www.namic.com.


NAMIC (National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications) is the premier organization focusing on multi-ethnic diversity in the communications industry. Founded in 1980 as a non-profit trade association, today NAMIC comprises 2,700 professionals belonging to a network of 16 chapters nationwide. Through initiatives that focus on education, advocacy and empowerment, NAMIC champions equity and inclusion in the workforce, with special attention given to ensuring that the leadership cadres of our nation's communications industry giants reflect the multi-ethnic richness of the populations they serve. Comcast | NBCUniversal, Time Warner Cable and Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. are NAMIC's Platinum Annual Corporate Sponsors. For more information, please visit www.namic.com and stay connected to NAMIC on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Girado, Sandra [MC????]

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Dear John,

         I do not find anything in my 'stuff' for Sandra.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

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JOBIT: Eletto, Richard A. [MC1976 RIP] on 2016-Apr-09 reported by Egan, John [MC1976]


Good Morning All,

John Egan '76 has shared the sad news of the passing of Fellow Jasper, Friend and Classmate, Richard A. Eletto '76 BA. Richard was called home on Saturday, April 9, 2016, after a 30 month battle with ALS. Richard grew up in Yonkers, attended Archbishop Stepinac High School and graduated from Manhattan with a BA in English. He later earned an MBA at Fairfield University, Ct.

Richard is survived by his wife of more than 25 years, Sheila, their four Children and 4 Grandchildren. They lived in Woodbury, CT. Richard was a successful salesperson working for the very best technological companies in the United States. He was Northeast Regional Sales Director, IBM. We pray for the repose of his soul. We pray for his Wife Sheila, and their Family that they find peace as they mourn the loss of their loved one. The Family ask that if you wish, contributions may be made to Manhattan College in memory of Richard Eletto '76: https://connect.manhattan.edu/giving.
As John Egan says, his Family and Friends will miss him dearly. Thank you. God Bless.

Phil Colon
Colon, Philip J. (MC1962)

Eletto, Richard A. [MC1976 RIP]
Guestbook: None cited; at least not yet
Egan, John [MC1976]

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PRAYERSREQUESTED: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) prays for Mrs. Flaherty


Good Afternoon All,

Trish shared some wonderful news. Mrs. Flaherty went home this past Thursday, 4/7/16, after 3 weeks in Hospital. It has been a long road for the Family and of course more so for Trish's Mom. She was given the option to do rehab at home and that was her choice, hands down. As Trish says, hopefully being at home and around the Family will help her progress. All are so happy to have her home especially her Grandchildren who had not seen her for three weeks.
Trish, her Mom, Dad, Siblings and their extended Family all appreciate the continued prayers from their Manhattan College Community. Trish shared that both of her Mom's Brothers were Manhattan Prep and College graduates as well as Trish's younger Sister. It would seem we are stroking pretty deeply with our prayer oars. Go Mrs. Flaherty! Go Jaspers !
From Trish, once again, " Thank you for your prayers and support." Thank you. God Bless.
Phil Colon
Colon, Philip J. (MC1962)
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PRAYERSREQUESTED: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) prays for Martin


Good Morning All,

Please pray for Martin V. Who at the age of 97 is being treated for Pneumonia. We pray for his recovery. Thank you. God Bless.
Colon, Philip J. (MC1962)
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JNEWS: Farber, William [MC1977] a “personal quest”



Military math meets math-challenged students
By Bill Heltzel
April 14, 2016

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“The assumption is that veterans have something they bring to the table,” said William Farber, an associate professor of secondary education who is the principal investigator. “They are seasoned. They have a sense of organization and discipline.”

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Farber described the program as a “personal quest” that combines his love of math with his respect for the military.

He served in the U.S. Navy in Vietnam. He majored in math at Manhattan College and earned two master’s degrees and a doctorate in education from Columbia University. He taught junior high school math in the Bronx for a dozen years “and loved it,” and joined the Mercy College faculty in 2010.

He wrote the grant application with Arlene Zimny, director of accreditation. Nagaraj Rao, professor of mathematics, and Terri Lynn Germain-Williams, assistant professor of secondary education, are co-investigators. Brian Baldwin is program evaluator.

Farber is scouring veterans programs and local colleges for the first 10 veterans. Candidates must have a math degree or 30 hours of math credits. He also will consider veterans with degrees or at least 24 credits in related fields such as engineering, computer science and cyber security. Those candidates will take classes for six more math credits.

One pool of talent, he said, is retired military officers who are still “young and vibrant and ready to serve again.”

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Farber, William [MC????]

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Dear John,

              I believe that William is a member of the Class of 1977.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Farber, William [MC1977]

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JOBIT: Knirsch-Florence, Mariann [MC1982 RIP] on 2016-Apr-12



Mariann Knirsch
1960 - 2016

Poughkeepsie - Mariann Knirsch-Florence 55 formally of New York, NY, died peacefully surrounded by family on Tuesday, April 12, 2016 after a four year battle with cancer.

Born in Manhattan on October 20, 1960, she was the daughter of the late Raymond and Barbara (Taylor) Knirsch. Mariann (Anna) retired from IBM in 2004 where she worked at IBM as an Advisory Engineer. She earned a BS in Electrical Engineering from Manhattan College in 1982. She attended St. Martin de Porres Church.

Mariann was a world traveler and fulfilled her lifelong dream of living in Europe. She did so from 1994 to 2004 where she lived and worked in Boblingen Germany. She spoke fluent German, French, Italian and a little Russian. She enjoyed playing Tenor Saxophone in the Musikverein Walddorf Orchestra. She spent most of her retirement years creating new craft concepts from pop-up cards to accent wall creations. She played keyboards in several local cover bands and enjoyed interior design in her home.

Mariann is survived by her husband Robert F. Florence Jr. of LaGrange and cats Burkina and Trixie, Step daughter Genna Waller and husband Chris and grandson Caleb of Poughkeepsie, sister Dawn-Marie Blasl and husband Michael Blasl and family of Chatham, NY, her Aunt Mary Rath and cousin Charles Rath and family of San Jose, California.

Family will receive friends on Saturday April 16,2016 from 1pm until 4pm at Timothy P. Doyle Funeral Home, 371 Hooker Avenue, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603. A memorial service will be held on the same day at 3:30pm. Memorial donations may be made to Bruckner Oncology, 2330 Eastchester Road, Bronx, NY 10469 http://www.bruckneroncology.com/

Published in the Poughkeepsie Journal from Apr. 15 to Apr. 16, 2016


Knirsch-Florence, Mariann [MC1982 RIP]

Guestbook: Same link

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Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) added this request to his prayer circle.

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JHQ: Nomination for Alma Mater's Athletic HoF



Nominate Now For The Manhattan Athletic Hall Of Fame
Courtesy: Manhattan Athletic Department
Release: 04/14/2016

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JNEWS: Adams, Brandon [MC2010] found by Lawrence, Richard A. (MC1968)



N.Y. / Region
A Tiny Bronx Bakery Churns Out Carrot Cakes That Travel the World

2016 04Apr 15 brandon

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Betty Campbell-Adams has never made it to China, Nigeria or the Philippines — but her carrot cakes have.

From her storefront bakery in the Bronx, the dense, moist cakes have boarded planes bound for far-flung parts of the world, lugged by faithful customers who swear by them and want their family and friends to do so as well. Every couple of weeks, Ms. Campbell-Adams, who has traveled as far as Greece, hears about another journey. There have been too many to count.

“I’m going to hang up a map and put a pin in everywhere that someone tells me they’re going with my cake,” Ms. Campbell-Adams, 60, said as the sweet scent of sugar, cinnamon and baking carrots wafted through the air.

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Standing in front of the bakery the other day, Ms. Campbell-Adams said she still chokes up when she sees people lining up for her husband’s cake. His portrait hangs on the wall of the bakery. Ms. Campbell-Adams and their two children are carrying on what he started.

Lilka, 31, a marketing manager for a television station, helps run the bakery’s social media accounts. And

Brandon, 28, who grew up delivering cakes with his father, is now the general manager.
“It’s been a part of my life for as far back as I can remember,” he said. “I know he’s happy just looking down and seeing we’re all pitching in.”

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Adams, Brandon [MC2010]

Lawrence, Richard A. (MC1968)

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MLINKEDIN: Manhattan College Economics and Finance Society



Manhattan College Economics and Finance Society

    Caroline Magalh„es
    Finance & Economics Senior at Manhattan College

    Peggy Sobolewski
    GBAM Analyst at Bank of America Merrill Lynch


The Economics and Finance Society offers extracurricular material such as guest speakers, trips, workshops, and media-sharing which will enhance members’ knowledge of the financial sector and the economy, while providing networking opportunities for those seeking to enter these fields.

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MFOUND: CEs design, construct and race concrete canoes



Denville Dog and Grill

Denville Dog and Grill/Denville Freeze

Today was the annual concrete canoe races at Cook’s Pond in Denville.  Civil Engineering students from New York and New Jersey colleges design, construct and race concrete canoes.  We love to watch the races, view the displays about the construction  and meet the students involved. The only snafu this year was that the students were not actually racing – the water was too frigid – they just had to swamp the boats to show they still floated.  The winning school was determined by the boat appearance, the construction display and an oral presentation done earlier in the week.  This year’s winner was NYU, followed by CCNY.  All the schools involved  (Fairleigh Dickinson, TCNJ, CCNY, NJIT, Manhattan College, Rowan, NYU and Rutgers) obviously put a tremendous amount of work into their projects, and I congratulate them all on a job very well done -amazing canoes, tremendous displays, great teamwork – Now we needed ice cream to complete our fun outing!

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[JR: “We” lost! Argh! Laugh!] 

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MFOUND: So after one year as a student at Alma Mater



Keyes has no regrets after trading sports for military
By Josh Thomson, jthomson@lohud.com April 14, 2016

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Despite all his success, Keyes decided to not pursue college ball.

“I was getting burnt out and it wasn’t fun anymore,” he said.

So after one year as a student at Manhattan College, Keyes enlisted in November 1973. He was eventually trained as a combat medic who rose to the rank of staff sergeant and served the Army all over the world.

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[JR: Sounds like a good man. Wonder what might have been?]

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JFACEBOOK: Parriott, Don (MC1983) finds a sweatshirt


Parriott, Don (MC1983)

2016 04Apr 16 sweatshirt

“That's me!"

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ENDNOTE: Isn't "private charity" so much better than Gooferment welfare



[JR: We know that everything on the internet and Facebook must be true.] 

Albert Monillas
March 28 at 1:06pm ∑ Scottsdale, AZ, United States ∑

A grandson of slaves, a boy was born in a poor neighborhood of New Orleans known as the "Back of Town." His father abandoned the family when the child was an infant. His mother became a prostitute and the boy and his sister had to live with their grandmother.

Early in life he proved to be gifted for music and with three other kids he sang in the streets of New Orleans. His first gains were coins that were thrown to them.

A Jewish family, Karnofsky, who had immigrated from Lithuania to the USA , had pity for the 7-year-old boy and brought him into their home. Initially giving 'work' in the house, to feed this hungry child.

There he remained and slept in this Jewish family's home where, for the first time in his life, he was treated with kindness and tenderness.When he went to bed, Mrs. Karnovsky sang him a Russian lullaby that he would sing with her. Later, he learned to sing and play several Russian and Jewish songs. Over time, this boy became the adopted son of this family. The Karnofskys gave him money to buy his first musical instrument; as was the custom in the Jewish families. They sincerely admired his musical talent. Later, when he became a professional musician and composer, he used these Jewish melodies in compositions, such as St. James Infirmary and Go Down Moses.

The little black boy grew up and wrote a book about this Jewish family who had adopted him in 1907. In memory of this family and until the end of his life, he wore a star of David and said that in this family, he had learned "how to live real life & determination."

You might recognize his name. This little boy was called: Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong. Louis Armstrong proudly spoke fluent Yiddish! And "Satchmo" is Yiddish for "Big Cheeks"! Now you know why he wore the Star of David

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I hope this story is true, because it exemplifies the Good Samaritan and all that is holy.

What a mitzvah!

Hope that I could be that charitable.

Sadly, we have so much of our wealth stolen by the various Gooferments that we lose touch with our humanity.

Dona Nobis Pacem

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