My Photo Album
I Lost most of my personal pictures and memorabilia to mildew back in the late seventies when I had a lot of stuff in storage. Here are the pictures of me that survived storage plus some newer ones.
Me visiting my cousin Michael and his dog. I do not look too excited
about the experience.
My Uncle Jasper, Aunt Beulah, Grandma Jose and me on my first tricycle
6th grade school picture
Showing off my new coat . My Grandma had a big issue with the length
of my skirt
Christmas 1970. My grandma had given up talking to me about the length
of my skirts
Looking at Monterey bay plankton samples. I was a student at the Moss
Landing Marine Lab. My normal marine lab outfit was wet suit bottoms
over a Speedo swim suit and an inverse leopard spot poncho.
Showing off the back of the Green Rover at the Portland All British
Field meet. That is Lacey, my Irish Wolfhound laying down.
Me standing behind Kas Kastner during his tech session at the 2000 VTR national convention. He was fielding a humorous question from a member of the Audience. I had been ill for about a year and had picked up a lot of weight from not being able to exercise.
I finally got talked into getting pictures takes of me with The Green Rover in 2004. After 3-1/2 years of not being able to get exercise, I had recovered enough for vigorous exercise and the weight is finally starting to come off.
Some additional pictures appeared:
My Mother's school picture (Donna May Wakeman)
My mom, taken late 1940's
My Father's high school picture (Willian Seymour Wakeman)
My Father before being shipped out to the Pacific early 1942
My father and his first cousin, Betty Lee Williams. Betty Lee and my mom were high school friends.
Ester Arleta Bonfoey, my Grandmother on my mother's side.
My paternal grandparents (late 1930's or early 1940's)
Oliver Richard Wakeman, 25 Aug 1901 - 16 Junw 1981
My paternal great grand parents on my Grandmother's side
William E. Williams born 1870 in Missouri
My paternal great Grandparents on my fathers side
Seymour Wakeman, born in New York, 1873 Father from Virginia, mother from New York
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