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Ed Lecuyer

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Happy Thanksgiving
« on: January 12, 2009, 03:31:15 AM »
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Steve Zuppa wrote:
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I'd like to take this opportunity to wish all the members and friends of the WW&F,as well as the posters and browsers of this forum, a Happy Thanksgiving.
Steve

Dave Buczkowski replied:
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Thanks Two Ties and I add my wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving to all my friends at the Museum and forum posters as well as thanks for the wonderful year we had at the Museum. A lot of progress was made in 2006 and it's not over yet!
Dave

Steam replied:
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Thanks, Steve...
Hope to see you all at the Victorian Christmas event!
Best wishes to all,
Richard Symmes

Stewart Rhine replied:
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Steve, Good post.  There are many things to give thanks for.  A job, good health, family and friends.  Joining the WW&F has brought great friends, especially my best friend, Cindy who will become my wife next Spring.

bperch replied:
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Stewart and Cindy,
I wish you the best of luck.  I met my wife, Joanne, through mutual friends that I met and worked with on the WK&SRR here in PA.  I always tell her that if it wasn't for the RR we would have never met one another.  Thirty-two years later and two lovely girls were the result.  I pray that it lasts more than another thirty two and that you two will equal or surpass the wonderful life Joanne and I have shared.
Bernie Perch

Bill Sample replied:
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Happy Thanksgiving to all of the WW&F Family.  Looking forward to my next visit!
Guess there are a few "Railroad Romances" out there - think I know of least one other one at the WW&F!
I also met my wife Sue through a railroad group, in this case the RMNE in Connecticut.  We even tied the knot on the "back porch" of a business car at the RMNE's Naugatuck RR.
Ed Lecuyer
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