"Yes, isn't it ironic that I make it through the whole season without a single injury and then I get hurt at a dance, of all things!
Maria is living in Ogden, Utah with her husband and 11 year old son. They're doing great! …"
"Hahaha - seems like someone pulled your chair out when you went to sit down.....yeesh! I need to find some pics from that night...hmmmm...where would they be?! Thinking about the pics makes me think of your sister - how is she doing and…"
"Hi Debbie--Wow, little did I know that my legacy at Rhein-Main would be a sprained tailbone and a 'decoy'! lol Yes, I remember the incident but truly don't remember who did it or anything like that-might make for a good trivia…"
"You're right Larry -Eddie got hurt at the homecoming dance the night before our last game against Frankfurt Shamrocks - big rival....the coaches had him suit up and toss the ball on the sideline as a threat of him coming in the game …"
Hope the arm is alright. Lots of wintergreen oil after pitching in little league
I played first base either for the Red Sox in 70 or it was the Tigers in 71. Still have that homerun ball that you and the rest of the team signed"
Yes, we had classes together. I remember you as being a nice gentleman. I hung out with Shirley Rosado. She lived in Langen and I lived in Gateway.
I'm glad to hear that life and family are good. That is oh, so…"
Not sure if you're the same Greg Marsh? We not only lived in Rhein Main at the same time, but also lived in Dayton, OH in 1973-74 time frame? Hope all is well! Hope to hear from you--we've got some catching up…"
"Wow--talk about a small world! On a side note, my wife's family lived in Hobbs, New Mexico for many years. We spent many a Christmas vacations, Spring Breaks and Summers traveling there, and guess where one of our favorite stops…"
"wow - that's incredible - I have spent quite a bit of my last 4 summers in San Antonio watching my son play baseball with the South Texas Sliders!
Sounds like you and your family are doing great - what church do you lead worship for? What…"
It's me...Eddie Cavazos...just wanted to let you know that I'm alive and well! Judging by what I see on your page, you are too! Wow, 30 years of marriage is no small feat...I'm right behind you. This…"
It's been a wonderful life! After Germany, we were stationed in Dayton OH (72-74), and then San Antonio, TX where my Dad retired. I married my beautiful wife, Laura in 1983, and we have 4 children (ages 7-27)! I've been teaching music in the elementary schools (K-5), since 1984, and I'm also Worship Leader/Composer/Arranger for my Church. Laura & I are also avid runners!
Hahaha - seems like someone pulled your chair out when you went to sit down.....yeesh! I need to find some pics from that night...hmmmm...where would they be?! Thinking about the pics makes me think of your sister - how is she doing and where does she live?
You're right Larry -Eddie got hurt at the homecoming dance the night before our last game against Frankfurt Shamrocks - big rival....the coaches had him suit up and toss the ball on the sideline as a threat of him coming in the game lol he was an awesome qb...and my homecoming date ; ) We did win that game =)
Eddie if you are reading this, you need to go to the Rhein Main Brats fb - people are asking about you!
wow - that's incredible - I have spent quite a bit of my last 4 summers in San Antonio watching my son play baseball with the South Texas Sliders!
Sounds like you and your family are doing great - what church do you lead worship for? What about Maria? where is she?
By the way - you were not a moronic 12 year old - you were very polite and nice and taught me to play the guitar which led to me getting one for my birthday. I'm not playing these days..choosing to have nice nails instead of callouses - lol but my youngest son is awesome with the guitar. He is leading a worship night at his juco in Gainesville. Good hearing from you - take care!
Great to hear from you. Sounds like life is good. I am also blessed with a wonderful loving family. You sound like you are close to retirement.
You know you did have a unique style when you ran the ball, but gallop may not have been the most flattering adjective. I thought you might have a shot at the pro's one day--I thought you had that kind of talent.
Not sure if you remember me. My name is Anthony Pelton. I was class of 77. I played on the school soccer team. My brother Andrew played on the Mustangs with you. I enjoyed watching you run the ball with that gallop of yours--very effective. Welcome to the site.
Don't know if you know this fact, but my Mom and Dad told me they ran into your Mom and Dad several years ago in San Antionio.
Thank you for the thanks for opening up those holes for you when we played for the Mustangs so many years ago! I so much enjoyed playing with you and the other guys. It was fun, espesially since we won so much...don't think we lost at all if I remember right.
Dad retired after we left RM. We moved to a town called La Porte, east of Houston. I ended up playing football for the local hs=LaPorte. My last High School game was in the Houston Astrodome. We lost to Port Neuchas (sic), I did walk-on at the University of Arkansas in 1979. Played CB there. I started every game for the JV---was on the kickoff team. We lost every coin toss. LOL