Knights still enjoy eating!

4 Sep

JULY - BREAKFAST

Bob Blaine, Bob Keefe, Arlen Winningham, Paul Magill, Richard “Dick” Montee, Jim Hix, Tom Keck, David “Mac” Hooper, Larry Levan, Bob Jergens, John McBride, David McClendon, Rich Bartlett (Mickey’s brother), Steve Plaster, Dean Sparks, Bill Kennedy, Pete
Clark, Mel Pheffer, and Bob Lampson.

Breakfast, that is. 

Some of our classmates got together this summer for breakfast and to enjoy oneanothers company- you know ladies, “a guy-kind-of-thing”. Thanks to Dean Sparks for sending these names & photos.

AUGUST BREAKFAST

Arlen Winningham, Richard “Dick” Montee, Bob Blaine, Bill Shepard, Bob Lampson, Tom Keck, Paul Magill, David McClendon, Roger McCarty, Bill Kennedy and Mel Pheffer. Not pictured are David “Mac” Hooper, Larry Levan, Ed Harnett, David French, Bob Benson, Steve Plaster, Bob Jergens, and Dean Sparks.

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3 Responses to “Knights still enjoy eating!”

  1. Toddy2 September 5, 2011 at 10:11 am #

    Next scheduled event (co-ed):

    September Golf
    Bob Lampson has graciously agreed to organize and host a golf outing for us at Teetering Rocks Golf Course on Thursday, September 22, 2011 at 10:45am. The cost will be very reasonable. This is intended to be a co-ed event, so please feel free to bring your significant other.

    If you plan to participate, please contact Bob and Dean Sparks via email.

    • Toddy2 January 23, 2012 at 1:16 pm #

      UPDATE 2012

      Just received word that Paul Magill passed peaceably into the Lord’s presence on Sunday, January 22. Paul is in both pictures. His classmates will sorely miss him. Our thoughts & prayers are with his wife & family as they mourn his loss.

      • Toddy2 January 26, 2012 at 10:09 am #

        From Dean Sparks (via e-mail):

        Paul was admired by everyone who knew him. He traveled the road less traveled, and has reached the place we all hope to be. As I reflected on my own memories of Paul, I was drawn to a passage in Isaiah 35 in Eugene Peterson’s contemporary language edition of The Message. This is how I would paraphrase Isaiah 35:8-10, as I see it related to Paul;

        There will be a highway called the Holy Road,
        It is for God’s people exclusively,
        The people God has ransomed will come back on this road,
        They’ll sing as they make their way home to Zion,
        Unfading halos of joy encircling their heads,
        Welcomed home with gifts of joy and gladness as all sorrows &
        sighs scurry into the night.

        Rest well our friend in His steadfast love,
        Dean

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