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Posted on: Jan 15, 2021 at 8:59 AM
Steve Miner or as some of his High School Teammates called him "Birdie". I grew up with Steve and Susie all thru Grade School and High School, lived in Devola not far from each other. I never saw Steve without that smile. I last saw him at our 59 Football reunion, we talked for a short time and caught each other up on our adult lives. We gave each other a hug not knowing we would not see each other again. I am very sad that I have lost another true friend, classmate and teammate to this damn disease. My prayers are with your family and especially Susie. Rest in Peace Birdie!
Posted on: Nov 25, 2020 at 8:12 AM
Way to go Fred! Give that disease the old Tiger Fight and knock it out. I am proud of you and will keep you and your family in my prayers. I agree with Nancy you have to be excited about your new age. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving my friend.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Chuck. Have a wonderful day and I hope you get to relax at the Mooney Cabin.
Posted on: Sep 18, 2020 at 10:02 AM
This year has been a little tough on me beside the obvious of covid-19. I have been diagnosed with an inner ear infection called "Labyrinthitis" which is not pleasant. Y'all know how much I like to drive and travel well, with this I cannot travel 2 hours without stopping to re focus myself. Then on top of that I had a ruptured gallbladder that just about sent to the big house in the sky. I am still recovering from the operation,(it was not a simple gallbladder operation) getting stronger everyday and have lost 41 pounds and would like to loose another 19. I have been blessed with life and hopefully will find out why I am still here. lol.
Posted on: Jul 10, 2020 at 9:41 AM
Happy Birthday, Fred. Wishing you many more.
Met Bud in wood shop and thru friend Chuck Mooney. Rest in Peace Bud.
Rest in Peace my friend. I met Larry and Chuck Mooney for the first time on the football field. Larry loved to run behind Chucks blocks but one afternoon Moon was having a bad day and he missed blocking me and Larry and I hit head on, I knocked him backwards. He later told Moon and I that was the hardest hit he has ever took. We all were great friends. A good man served his Country well. We will miss ya Hoot.
I see where Jules Sturbois posted a Christmas card. Dave if you see this message, I sure would like to hear from you. A lot of years have passed and I would like to re connect.
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Posted on: Oct 15, 2019 at 10:09 AM
CONGRATULATIONS to my good old friend, Chuck Mooney. Moon, who knew when banged heads on that old practice field 60 years ago we would be living in the great state of Texas rekindling our old friendship. I wish I could be there with you when your inducted into the Hall of Fame, long overdo my friend. Wishing you a fantastic birthday too!
Happy Birthday, Fred. Wishing you the best. I am still looking for family info will contact you soon.
Posted on: Jul 05, 2018 at 10:01 AM
Fred, I enjoyed reading about your trip. I always wanted to do that to find out about any of our family.
Sorry to hear the passing of Bob Wagner. I met Bob when we went to High School, we shared the same home room and many classes together. We re connected a few years ago via social media and this wonderful site. This past Christmas we were to meet in Nashville as we both have family in that area. That visit never took place due to circumstances of Bob's. I feel bad that we never got to see each other and visit in person one more time. Rest in Peace my friend.
Butch and I first met in the late 50’s when our Dad’s had boats and were members of the Marietta Boat Club. This was back when you could not navigate the Muskingum River and the clubs docks were in the Ohio River. We would spend a lot of time on our Dads boats during the summer. We became very good friends and it carried on thru our high school days. We re connected as adults after stints in the service and were in the Jaycees at the same time and raising family’s of our own.
When I went thru my divorce and the loss of my business, Butch was there for me in a lot of ways. With his help I got back on my feet (so to speak) and carried on with life.
Due to my health issues I did not make it to our class reunions but he and I talked many times on the phone and by e mail. At my COL Football reunion I did get to spend some time with Butch catching up on our lives.
He was there for me again when my wife, Chris passed away.
Jan, my heart and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
He will be missed.
A friend always.
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