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LYNDA WILKERSON MCCROSKERY
352 Belanger Ave
Grosse Pointe Farms, MI 48236
Home: 313-881-2365---Work: 313-882-3300 ext. 2400
e-mail: GlynMcC@aol.com

CURRENT INFO
Married for 27 years to Glenn (a 2Lt I met on the Goose--Retired from the Air Force Reserves March 97 after 28 years---Three Sons--Matthew(25), Andrew (21), William (19)
Left the Goose in November 70 and went to Grissom AFB, IN. Married Glenn in Jan 1971. Stationed at Upper Heyford, England from 71-73. Tipton, IN from 73-74, East Lansing, MI from 74-80, and Groose Pointe Farms from 80 to present
Current Interests Include Singing, Writing, Gardening, Graphic Design, and Reading

SCHOOL INFO
Graduated From Goose Bay High School Class of '70--Yeah Flyers!!
Currently Attending College

GOOSE BAY INFO
Years At The Goose: Nov 68-Nov 70
Favorite Teacher: Carolyn Geiser (English)
Least Favorite Teacher: Miss Tomczak (Geometry)--Thanks to Harry Cheek without whom I never would have passed that awful class--(I've never forgotten you Harry)
Best Friend: Ann Metts
Best Dancers: John Trauernicht and Russ Spies (could someone please find them?)
Who I'd Love to Find: Chuck Lerner, Russ Spies, Ann Metts
Songs that remind me most of the Goose: Crystal Blue Persuasion, You've Made Me So Very Happy, and Bridge Over Troubled Water
Fondest Memories of the Goose: I think there are probably too many to name them all, but I'll mention a few: The cold, clear water; Northern lights; crisp, cold winter nights that made it hard to move your lips; taking the shuttle to Teen Town (especially if you were with someone special; backetball and volleyball games (the Flyers always lost but they played hard against men older and stronger); Teen Town dances (mind-numbing, body abusing dance marathons); the heartwrenchingly sad farewells at the MAC terminal; dancing with Russ Spies (where are you Russ?); the day most of the Seniors skipped classes after performing "Life With Father" for the elementary school kids--even though Miss Racic did chew us all out the next day; Short ribbons; Afraid the one day I was going to get in the way of one of those humungus snow blowers and be scattered all over the place; the Junior Class talent show; skiing--remember how heavy the tow rope got when the snow was soft?; Hamilton River....and of course Secret Crush: RCL (the timing was never right).