“This is the first year of my retirement. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed it, having the ability to do whatever I wanted to do, when I wanted to. I have had good health and wonderful friends I can do things with.”
By Rev. Austin H. Armitstead This week’s question: What are you particularly thankful for at this time of year?
“On this Thanksgiving I have a great deal to be thankful for. I live in a free society where I can vote my conscience, where I have freedom of religion, a wonderful family, friends and food and shelter.”
“I am thankful for my family, the grandchildren and my wife and their good health, all my friends in the K.of C., my church and community. I’m thankful for all the graces we have received from God and wish everyone a happy holiday.”
“I am thankful that my wife Susan and I were blessed with our first child, Mary, who was born in a country that gives here the liberty and freedom to achieve so much in here life.”
||William S. Goldstein
“I am very happy in retirement and find a lot of small things mean more than ever. Having good health is a blessing. Our very young grandson, David, keeps me on my toes and is a pleasure for my wife and me.”
“I was thankful to be one of the recipients of the CB 3 awards for 2000. I always wanted to be a police officer. I only have five short years before retirement. I’m especially thankful for the Explorers at the 115th Pct.”