Though the punishment from a lifetime of hand work and kneeling on sail loft floors left Roy wracked with arthritis, his passion for cooking remained. Renowned for his clam chowder, clam fritters, and lobster bisque, he added canning to his repertoire, gifting all with fabulous pickles, jams, and jellies and his own version of "V-6" juice (six vegetables, not eight). Model making, sailboats of course, and painting, boats and oceans of course, filled his retirement days.
While playing for the Norwich Yellow Jackets one day, major league scouts who were there to watch Gene DeSautels, who later played for the Boston Red Sox, were overheard to say, "the colored fellow was better." Unfortunately, because of practices in existence at the time, "Burch" was never given an opportunity to play for the major leagues.
He was born Jan. 14, 1953. Nino was an accomplished musician and played frequently throughout the region, including most recently drumming on the Calvary Chapel worship teams. He widely travelled the country and died from the complications of life.
While there he developed a formula for calculating a future value for certain business situations that was published in several textbooks. However the most noteworthy accomplishment of his college career was his engagement to Sylvia Lack Aaronson.
Mr. Haney, a rumpled high school dropout from Canada who was at home in taverns, joined with a fellow journeyman journalist, Scott Abbott, to dream up a board game to test players’ grasp of wickedly inconsequential trivia.
Jason M. Harmony, 50, kicked the bucket surrounded by his family on Saturday, May 29, 2010 at the VNA Hospice House of St. Lukes, Lower Saucon Township. Born in Allentown to Martha A. (Tonay) Harmony of Allentown with whom he resided and the late Alvin Harmony. Jason was a Navy Veteran, avid fisherman, hunter, nature-lover, Harley-rider, NASCAR Fan, wood-worker, cabinet maker and smart-ass. He was a jack-of all-trades.