Has it really been almost 50 years? It seems like yesterday
I would hear someone yell “Hey Clem” walking down the hallway. That was my
affectionate nickname in high school.
and received an associate’s degree. While there, I met and fell in love with
Tony Moors. We eventually were married in November of 1964 at
. The next day, we headed for Mare Island Naval Shipyard in
. We drove across country in my green Corvair. Imagine that. I was a navy wife
from then until our timely discharge in May of 1969 from Tony’s duty station
We wound up in
where our son was born. That was
in March of 1970. About the same time, we bought a shack on the water in
. I had a job working at Eastern Federal Savings and Loan. Tony had a job
working at Grumman in
. We “retired” (Quit…or in Tony’s case was riffed) in ’87 & ’90.
We move to condo land in
in 1993 after living in our 20 foot Recreational Vehicle (RV) for 14 months
while searching for “roots.”
We still travel every summer in our now 20-year-old
Winnebago. We enjoy cruising the rest of the year. We, Tony and me, teach adult
crafts on Carnival and we do additional cruising on our own while just relaxing.
I took advantage of Savings and Loan courses offered at
Eastern Federal. It paid off in dividends as when I did retire, it was as a bank
Hobbies include play
Hold-em, Sudoku, knitting, reading and cruising. I also volunteer time at a
local hospital in Bokeelia.