Another summer gone. The trees will be turning their bright colors here shortly and Army football is on the way to beating Navy. Must have been a quiet summer for I have not gotten much news from you.
WE ARE INTO OUR NINETIES Read More
In August to celebrate his ninetieth birthday Dick Trefry had a big bash at his home in Burke, VA. There must have been a hundred people, including a number of classmates and wives, milling about on their lawn or sitting on their porches. A lot of familiar faces from years in the Military
Here it is the Fourth of July, another Happy Birthday for our great Nation. Hope all of you have a grand holiday!
Win Skelton and I and the rest of your Board of Governors are deep into the planning for our 65th Reunion next May. Actually we have been planning since 2011, but we are getting down to the point where we need your inputs. A class letter will be out shortly asking your intent and requesting a deposit so we have funds to use in planning.
We recently added a new member to our Board: Dick Newton's son Dick III, a recent AF LTG retiree and a graduate of the Air Force Academy. He will be representing our children and grandchildren. Read More
Here is the original article by by Will Coates' widow Nancy that appeared in a 1950 issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine.
"I Married West Point"
To those who never knew Willard Coates but who, with me and his parents, now share the shock of his untimely end in a command post in the bleak hills of Korea, I feel it important that I tell his story, our story... BY NANCY NOLAN COATES as told to JEAN LIBMAN BLOCK Read More
They say that Spring is coming soon, but the piles of snow still on the ground say otherwise. It has been a hard winter all over this year and not much in the way of news has come along. Some of the news will be from late Christmas cards.
MORRISON MOTEL Read More
Bob & Martha had youngsters coming and going. Granddaughter Callie and her husband Paul with their daughter Annabel came home from Kenya because of unrest there during the election. It was just in time to have great grandson Zack arrive. Other family also used the "motel" from time to time.
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014
Hard to realize another Christmas has come and gone. Some of you were in deep snow, others in bright sunshine, still others in ice, but all of us look forward to another great year.
MORE HONORS Read More
The latest AWC Foundation News had a nice article on Dick Trefry's retirement from the Board of Trustees after two decades of service to the Alumni Association of the Army War College, including being president once and vice president twice. He will still be active in serving the foundation and the college.
WELCOME TO FALL
The leaves are turning outside our window and the air is getting cooler. Fun listening to Army football, even if the scores are not what we want.
The format for Class Notes has been changed by AOG. I can only put two pictures in the notes themselves. All the others will be put in a separate photo gallery. Since I do not want to have to choose between which ones go with the notes, I will be putting ALL pictures back in the photo gallery. Also only the first time a classmate, wife or widow's name is mentioned will it be in BOLD. Read More
SUMMER IS HERE
The Class of 2013 has graduated. Where did the years go?
FOUNDERS DAY IN WILLIAMSBURG Read More
The celebration took place at the Two Rivers Club. The guest speaker was LTG Keith Walker '76, the son-in-law of Volney & Janice Warner. The Warner's daughter Valerie also was part of the group. Enjoying the super evening were Walt & Shirley Adams, Bob & Peg Wilson, Al & Betty Paulger, and Clyde & Mary Spence.