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Steven Araujo Pacheco 67' on October 6, 2009 at 1:39 PM said:

Thank-You, Paul for the info on Joe Romeo.
It's been a long time since I've seen or talked
to Joe. I grew-up a close neighbor to his family
and still have fond memories of all of them.
I hope Joe read's SPOON and see's this,
as it would be very nice to here from him.

Thanks again Paul,
Stanna (Beasley) Stephens, '66 on September 25, 2009 at 8:30 PM said:

Hi Paul,

I have appreciated all of your emails. Thank you for keeping me on your list. I wish all Lancers the very best.

Take care,


[NOTE: Stanna and her husband Richard Stevens are at Home Real Estate in Centennial, CO 80112. You see see their website. - ED]

Maureen L. Schinhofen Davidson (Moe) Spirit of '69 on September 3, 2009 at 12:59 AM said:

Paul, you are amazing! I love the "Spoon". I found that your beautiful pictures were captivating and brought me back to that time, in Fullerton, where we all grew up. The articles were always interesting and written eloquently with engaging anticipation. So many more wonderful, educational things, too many to list, encompass the "Spoon", not to mention all the familiar, warm faces you posted. I wish I could of helped more with the class of '69. I had some interesting stories about Silverado Canyon and my father's Bastanchury Water deliveries, and the "City of Olive" off of Lincoln where both sets of my Grandparents lived, (Does anyone remember the big "Orange" that sat out in front on Lincoln in Anaheim and served orange juice and sandwiches?), my German Grandparents created that, and my grandfather worked in the "Orange" packing house his entire life ...I wanted to share, but didn't find the time....working on and planning my daughter's wedding...while being in the hospital off and on for the last several months. I truly wanted to contribute more. My blessings and best wishes to you and everybody that contributed to the "Spoon". The best of luck to you all and remember that your time is now, live now. Thank you Paul for printing my story. If this is the end of the "Spoon" I hope you keep in touch. You are a polished and stand up guy! Thank you again. Moe
Steven A Pacheco 67' on August 30, 2009 at 4:23 PM said:

I also want to say THANK-YOU Paul for doing a great job

with the Spoon.

Best of luck Monday and PLEASE KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK.
Dennis Challman, '67 on August 23, 2009 at 12:58 PM said:

Thanks for taking the time to do all this stuff Paul. Great memories...Richman,
Nicolas, SHHS.

Please stay in touch.
Steven A Pacheco 67' on August 21, 2009 at 4:42 PM said:

I just want to wish all 60's LANCER'S Born in Aug.

Enjoy your day.

Steven A Pacheco 67'
Steven A Pacheco 67' on August 1, 2009 at 2:00 PM said:

Paul, Thank-you for the screen cleaner.
It worked great! I use a similar product but it only clean's the outside of my screen.
Now, just after one use, I can see everything more
T hank's again. STEVE
Dave Murphy 66' on July 28, 2009 at 10:31 AM said:

Happy Birthday Paul!! Thanks again for creating and maintaining this site for the 60's Lancers!
Julie Okey Pryor, '63 on June 9, 2009 at 9:38 AM said:

I love all the wonderful photos that are provided with the Spoon. There is such a rich selection and variety. Thanks, Paul
Steven Araujo Pacheco 67' on April 15, 2009 at 10:32 PM said:

Yes, time has flown by fast,but it has been a WONDERFUL RIDE. God bless everyone.
Linda Percan, '67 (and almost 60) on April 15, 2009 at 12:47 PM said:

I just realized that the '60s Lancers are now all in their 60's (or,
like me, soon will be)! Wow! How time has flown.
Steve Lowe, '62 on March 7, 2009 at 1:15 PM said:

Paul: I had several other thoughts and communications: [1] I
am really not much of a computer person. It is not intuitive to me.
Sometimes I go to the website and cannot find what you are directing me
to or highlighting. This is not you. It is my lack of computer
ability. So, considering that my classmates are all in their 60's,
maybe your skills and the Spoon are a computer challenge to some. On
the other hand, the website provides all kinds of interesting
historical and biographical information. There is a lot of it and it
represents a true archive.

[2] I considered my own schedule and I probably "have" between
5 - 10 minutes a day to see the Spoon news and follow any alert. If
the "subject" is not of interest I stop. If it is of interest, I
will read it from 5 -10 minutes depending on the subject. This time
factor does not include our correspondence.

You are really providing an important and unusual gathering
service. The Spoon is interesting and informative. It is now my
primary connections with Fullerton generally and SHHS specifically. It
is my "Fullerton News".
Thank you for The SPOON. Steve
Nancy Thompson Smith, former SHHS counselor on March 6, 2009 at 9:29 PM said:

Paul. I have to compliment you on the BEAUTIFUL pictures you get for the Spoon. Where do you get them? I love the orange trees and all the others. Thanks for your efforts. Nancy

[NOTE: Nancy is referring to the photo of the orange tree today. I'll make a website that features some of our better SPOON photos. I just find them Web-surfing.-- Paul]
Ken Slezak, '66 on March 6, 2009 at 8:22 PM said:

Hi Paul,

I have been remiss in providing updates and support, but I thank you for the
SPOONS site. You are one of the most creative and entertaining guys I know
and I have enjoyed the hard work you've put into the site. You've honored my
Dad, provided shots of me, much to my surprise (even from Nicholas- what a
shock from the past), and my brother Brian and so many friends. You've
written so many great pieces, editorials and all. It is great to hear about
old friends, acquaintances and memories, listen to the music picks of the
day and read about the past and present. I think I am beginning to have an
addiction... to the SPOON!

Keep up the great work. I promise to make some contribution to it through
you now and then. I have also told my younger brother Brian and many of his
class of '69 friends to get connected and have spoken with Gordon Carter to
encourage him to get pulled in.

Thanks again Paul. I don't know how you do it, but I admire the fine work!
Keep it up - it is appreciated and enjoyed by many, more than you know.

Ken Slezak
"Spirit of '66" Class Member... And personal cheerleader for Paul Saevig
and the SPOON!
Dave Murphy 66' on March 5, 2009 at 9:21 AM said:

I really enjoyed the early Jackson Browne Rolling Stone article you posted. Very informative and interesting! Thanks.

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