I enjoyed knowing you from 10th through 12th grade at McKinley Tech H.S. to Howard Univ. Engineering School in the mid 1960’s. From H.S. Orchestra and Band to Inter-High School Band to Mr. White’s Band since we played within the same woodwind section together most times. I will miss your friendliness, humor, and your wonderful infectious and spontaneous laughs. Thanks for letting me accompany you to the Ball when you won the Miss Engineering and Architecture contest (after I campaigned for you by drawing a large multi-colored portrait of you that I hung within the E&A building near the entrance for a month before the voting). I used to give your younger brother, Neil, piggy back rides during gym when I was a H.S. senior and he was a freshman. (He said that “I was his horsey!”) I used to enjoy your competitive nature in H.S. as I watched you and Jacqueline Lindsay have a personal two person race around the track and you took about two or three strides to every one of her's but despite that particular disadvantage, you never-the-less managed to keep up. Good times! May God wrap you in his warmth and love forever. You are dearly missed! Love and sympathy to your family whom I had met at Mayfair Mansions and all additions that came later.