I knew and worked wi
I knew and worked with John Royston, as a meembr of Play Troupe of Port Washington, from 1980 to 1992. He was all that you said and more. I enjoyed working as his stage manager and set painter for the shows he directed. He was always the consummate gentleman. His wife, and their two boys were also kind, interesting people. I also am sorry to hear of his passing. Although I had not been in contact with him or his family since I left the area in 1992, it is sad to to know that he is gone. I stumbled across your writing while trying to find out what ever became of Play Troupe. I was sorry that that too, no longer exists. http://lhrxenkoyz.com [url=http://ztemeq.com]ztemeq[/url] [link=http://inboklhc.com]inboklhc[/link]
Greg, I'm so glad yo
Greg, I'm so glad you shared your story with us. What an inpresid and clever idea kudos to your friends. Along the same lines, I can remember when Malcolm was in hospital during the last weeks of his life. I was either at work or at the hospital with him. On one occasion, when I returned home to have a shower and grab some fresh clothes, I noticed that my lawn was mowed. I had a 2 acre property at the time so this was no small feat. It turns out that a friend had dropped by to do it for me. It's these kinds of gestures that make all the difference during difficult times.
Dear Warren and family....
We are so sorry for your loss. We have many good memories of special occasions and holidays spent with Roger. We will miss him and have you in our prayers.
Love, Andy, Bonnie, Ryan and Kyle