This hasn't been a good year for our chapter or the world in general. Praying for a better 2021 and hoping things will return to a new normal. 

We may have lost members of the VVA355 family without even knowing it. I pray that the rest of us will be able to get together soon to once again share the brotherhood and sisterhood of what we share.

 


Hello people. It has been a long time since I have updated anything on this site.

2020 has been a difficult year for all of us. Our world has changed drastically, and we are all trying to adjust to the new reality. All the organizations I belong to have slowed down or stalled in place. There are few meetings if any and I hope that this changes soon with better new results for Covid 19.

I have had a physically challenging year. My back issues kept me down for most of the year with a spinal surgery in March. That was followed by various infections and a subsequent surgery repairing three hernias. I am beginning to feel normal and hope to be fully active soon.

Then on the technical side of life I have had numerous computer and phone issues including a recent hack. I replaced my cell phone. I purchased a new laptop computer and then had to have my old unit checked for viruses and salvage the data stored on it. I maintained most of my contact information but lost most of the calendar and other documents I wanted to keep.

There is a new learning curve for me, and I am struggling through that as I type this note. I will relearn the programs over time, so I ask that you bear with me.

With Covid I believe that we may have lost additional members, please send me any articles you would like to post on the website and ill try to get them up quickly.

Y2K was supposed to be a big problem, Y2KXX has been far worse.


Bill Grim informed us at today's meeting that he lost his wife of 50 years a few weeks ago. Marilyn Grim lost her courageous battle with cancer. 

Funeral services will be held on Friday, October 22 at Valhalla Memorial Park on Victory Boulevard on the Burbank-North Hollywood city boundary. Chapel services will begin at 1:00 PM followed immediately by her internment.

Please try to support our brother Bill  with your attendance. Please be there by around 12:30.

 

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Posted: Thursday October 21, 2021

Bill Grim informed us at today's meeting that he lost his wife of 50 years a few weeks ago. Marilyn Grim lost her courageous battle with cancer. 

Funeral services will be held on Friday, October 22 at Valhalla Memorial Park on Victory Boulevard on the Burbank-North Hollywood city boundary. Chapel services will begin at 1:00 PM followed immediately by her internment.

Please try to support our brother Bill  with your attendance. Please be there by around 12:30.

 

FOLLOW UP REMINDER 

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Posted: Thursday November 26, 2020

This hasn't been a good year for our chapter or the world in general. Praying for a better 2021 and hoping things will return to a new normal. 

We may have lost members of the VVA355 family without even knowing it. I pray that the rest of us will be able to get together soon to once again share the brotherhood and sisterhood of what we share.

 

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Posted: Wednesday August 26, 2020

Hello people. It has been a long time since I have updated anything on this site.

2020 has been a difficult year for all of us. Our world has changed drastically, and we are all trying to adjust to the new reality. All the organizations I belong to have slowed down or stalled in place. There are few meetings if any and I hope that this changes soon with better new results for Covid 19.

I have had a physically challenging year. My back issues kept me down for most of the year with a spinal surgery in March. That was followed by various infections and a subsequent surgery repairing three hernias. I am beginning to feel normal and hope to be fully active soon.

Then on the technical side of life I have had numerous computer and phone issues including a recent hack. I replaced my cell phone. I purchased a new laptop computer and then had to have my old unit checked for viruses and salvage the data stored on it. I maintained most of my contact information but lost most of the calendar and other documents I wanted to keep.

There is a new learning curve for me, and I am struggling through that as I type this note. I will relearn the programs over time, so I ask that you bear with me.

With Covid I believe that we may have lost additional members, please send me any articles you would like to post on the website and ill try to get them up quickly.

Y2K was supposed to be a big problem, Y2KXX has been far worse.

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