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January 15, 2013
As Willie Nelson would say in his great song, Gwen and I were "old friends". We go back to the early 60's at Azalea Road Jr High and Davidson High. Unfortunately we only saw each other once in the last 40+ yrs. It was at the Davidson class of '65 reunion at Brookley in 2000. I had no idea that 10 minute visit would be our last. But I have memories and I'll share just a few. I remember picking Gwen up in my 1930 Model A and riding the hills of Mobile with Ricky and Phyllis in the rumble seat. I remember Gwen's small hands dominating that big ole piano. I remember Saturday Night At The Movies on Pace Parkway. I remember seeing Gwen in the stands as I did my best impression of an athlete. I remember dancing with Gwen at Susan Richardson's New Years Eve party (1962?). I remember Gwen in her 2 piece at the Dolphin Island house. I remember Gwen telling me about the time she stood toe to toe with Bear Bryant and informed him that Auburn would beat the Tide that day---and they did! My Gwendolyn Leslie Cruit memories will remain with me the rest of my days--that's just the way it is with "Old Friends". My sincerest condolences to Mike and his children--I can only imagine.
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