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05/28/11 05:09 PM #1    

 

Kaye Hufsmith (Hunt)

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09/10/11 04:02 PM #2    

 

Robert Hedicke

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MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) A 61-year-old Vietnam veteran and grandfather has become the oldest player ever to get in a college football game. Alan Moore kicked an extra point for NAIA Faulkner in its season-opener.

Moore wore a square-toe shoe and kicked old-school style, not soccer style - trends that were popular when he first played college football in the late `60s. He gave Faulkner a 25-0 lead in the second half Saturday against Ave Maria, located in southwest Florida and playing its first game ever.

Players one-third his age swarmed Moore as he jogged off the field smiling. Gray-bearded and tanned, Moore swapped high fives and fist bumps with teammates.

Moore replaces Tom Thompson as the oldest football player to get in a game, according to the College Football Hall of Fame.


03/01/12 01:43 PM #3    

 

Robert Hedicke

Seeing the note about Lindsey, I thought about all of our class who will not be at the reunion because they have passed away.  I thought it would be "right and good" for those of us who are still kicking and had contact with our deceased classmates after high school to post "In Memoriam" notes about what they did with their lives.  Instead of just remembering them, we could celebrate together their lives and also honor their memory.

Bob Hedicke


03/28/12 02:00 PM #4    

 

Kaye Hufsmith (Hunt)

Great Idea! Think I will post this on the Announcments on the Home Page.


07/14/12 10:50 AM #5    

Thomas Davies

Kaye,

Thanks for aranging for photos of the Reunion to be posted to the website.  I've looked at those already there and have posted some of the ones I took, as well.  I've tried my best to identify the classmates and spouses int he photos, but may have missed a few.  Again, thanks to you and the committee for a great reunion.

Ted


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