If there were a prize , you would win!
I was at camp from 1970 until 1984.
My contemporaries included Sean Collins, Jay Dunigan, Tubba and Bubba Gannon,
Rick Bettencourt, Kevin Wilcoxen, Peter Schwartz, Dick Mccarthy and many many others!
FYI, I speak with Tom Gannon on a regular basis and will send him your regards.
Paul B. Madden was the first leader (outside of family) for most of us.
Chuck Graham was the doctor we all flocked to, a kinder man there has never been.
I was out at camp this summer for an event sponsored by my employer and got a chance to see if I could still run the mess hall............it was a wonderful time and yes, I still had it!
Glad you found this group. I am going to add some more flash to it as I have time.
I hope you find some old friends through here.
I know almost all of them. I am guessing you probably worked with Rob Palmer then as I think he was there. He ended up coming back in 91 for a bit. I am psyched you started the group and I hope we hear from others. I talked to Madden two weeks ago and he know works for Pepsi promoting healthy living through some of their product lines. A little bit of a switch from Animas but he seems to be enjoying it.
Sorry just found this note. Yes, I am still great friends with all of the mentioned characters!
I believe you meant John Palmer? JP and I go way back and were an SC/JC/2nd yr CIT tandem for two years John is a dear friend and was in my wedding party. He did make a cameo again in 1991, good memory.
I will be getting some pics on here as soon as I get my printer/scanner reconnected!
I hope your holiday was delicious and well....
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