Letters Late: Things Left Unsaid

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Author House, Sep 20, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 200 pages
In a series of letters written to those who influenced his life and who have since long passed, a man pays tribute to those he loved. Moments in time, some tender, some troubling and sad, reveal the character of family, friends, teachers and acquaintances. Intertwined in these events of the past are snippets of the present which sometimes contrast sharply with the economic, political and societal changing mores of Americans. This snapshot of the past opens to view what was, what could have been and what might be for the reader. Some letters will make the reader cry, others will bring a smile to your face and even make you laugh. But, like the writer, you will remember Letters Late...
 

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Contents

Ruth Vivian Remaley
1
Andrew Birescki
11
Elizabeth Sarvey Ford
19
Lawrence E Ford
26
Martin Johnson
35
Floyd Sarvey
44
Mrs Carol Hawthorne
51
Norsey Remaley Meyers
58
Mr Arch Johnstone
107
Mr Lee Van Horn
115
Gunnery Sergeant Duane Rowles
127
Mrs Roxy Strump
133
Mr Gilbert Hathaway
142
Edward Lyons Gallagher MD
152
Glenn Wilkinson
163
Harold Sarvey
170

Elva Richards Remaley
65
Clark S Baughman
73
Mrs Ella Baughman
85
Mrs Maud Estelle Sarvey
94
Pfc Bruce Cobb
175
John Richard Remaley
181
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Dr. Allen R. Remaley is the proud father of two children both of whom have given him the magic of becoming a grandparent. Letters late...is his seventh book and might very well be his last. After thirty-seven years as a teacher of French at the secondary and university levels of education, Dr. Remaley focuses his time on his hobbies: writing, perfecting his imperfect playing of the banjo, and wielding a pickle ball paddle on courts filled with other enthusiasts of the sport. He holds a master’s degree in French from Penn State University and a doctorate in French and in the Teaching of Foreign Languages from the State University of New York in Stony Brook. He lives with his wife, Marilyn, in Saratoga Springs, NY and in Scottsdale, AZ.

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