is prouder than any dad could be! And let me tell you he has every right
to be! Please follow this link to the, "Franklin
Square Gallery" - Spring 2000 Art Show. Clayton's son Jason, is the
Coast Guard Petty Officer 2nd Class, posing in front of his beautiful art
with Son Jason 1975 and Clayton's favorite picture.
& Linda's wedding Feb 19, 1972, both age 18 and had been going steady
since age 16.
Feb. 19, 2004 - HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!
is my Grandkids: Jodi is 8, Bryan 2, and Jakob is maybe 10 months.
Then the next picture is Kim/Jodi10/Jakob 2/Jason/Bryan 4, after Jason's
ship came home after being out to sea for 2 months (Jason is a Petty Officer
2nd Class in the U.S.Coast Guard stationed in N.C.) To the right
is Jason & Kim before they were married at the 1st Frankenmuth Snow
Fest. Bottom left is Art work of Jason's. Then me and Deb Axtman
at the Library of Michigan, my buddy. Then my youngest son Trevor
who hopes to play football in college, and was picked 1st team defense
all conference and all area, plus honorable mention in the Saginaw News.
I never missed a game of his since 8th grade! Then Linda and I at
her high school prom in 1971. Then to far right corner is Linda, her Sister,
and a sister-in-law also got involved in the snow sculpting contest at
Well lets see I retired on Sept 26,1997 at age 44 from Genesee County -
Div of Water & Waste Services, as a Treatment Plant Operator, and as
a Vice Chairperson, and Chief Steward of A.F.S.C.M.E. -Local 1918-chapter
O. I neogotiated 6 union contacts over the years, and loved doing
that. I like to say I negotiated my self into retirement!
my high school sweetheart "Linda" in 1972 we were both 18, had 4 sons,
but have lost 2,one at birth, and a 14 year old son named Nathan in 1991
along with his 13 year old friend (Jason) as they were hit and killed while
riding bikes by a hit and run drunk driver who was caught later and served
3 years in prison. My hobbies are Genealogy, and helping keep it
free, and mostly helping others find things. I have 3 grandkids I
LOVE and Spoil Jodi 10, Bryan 4, and Jakob 3. Being a Grandpa is
the best!!! I like to cook, and do so often. I did have a part time
job at the local Lumberyard/Ace Harware, but it is being sold and business
is slow so I was laid off. Looking for some thing else. We
love to travel and to visit our son where the Coast Guard has stationed
passion was watching my son Trevor play football, I have seen every game
since 8th grade, and now that this is his senior year am really going to
miss it! Hoping he can play in college. He made 1st team defense
all conference and all area, plus honorable mention in the Sagianw News.
Thats about all I guess.
Remember >>>Laugh it's still
free.....while supplies last.
|My son Jason and Family are now stationed at
Sault Ste. Marie Michigan. Jason has taken a break from his Art work to
concentrate on career and family for now, however he does do some art work for
some paying customers. The picture is of his hand tied (lost art I am told
), and hand painted paddles and other works at the Lighthouse Festival last
The grandkids are growing Jodi is 14, Bryan will
be 9 soon and Jakob is 7.
My son Trevor the football player in High School
now is working construction and trying to finish his college too. He now wants
to be a police officer.
I work part time for Black & Decker ....a
retired mans dream eh ! LOL.... I am still the co-chair and executive board
member the Millington - Arbela Historical Society. Millington is 150 yrs
old this year and by May our new book will be out ....Millington's history in
Pictures., as well I put out the re-done Millington Cemetery Book this past
year, and am now working on redoing a History of Millington High School with
Class Pictures. So I keep busy .....my wife is always busy keeping the rest
of in line somewhat ........LOL and she adores the part of Grandma Linda.
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- 2002 Annette Bame Peebles