Birthdays, Anniversaries, Club Activites, Obituaries, Club Supplies, The Golden Years, New Members, News, Fallen Hero Dream Ride, Classifieds
9th HANK ALEXANDER
14th BARRY STERNECK
23rd JOHN KAKOURIS
26th SANDY BATTELLE
No June Weddings??
Sadly, Bill Dedeke, lost his brother, Jack, on Thursday, May 13th. Our condolences to Bill and his family.
The Golden Years
Part of our clubs 'rodacomerie' is the concern we have for each others well being. If you or any other Coachmen or friends are having specific health issues, surgeries, etc. please let us know, and if you'd rather maintain your privacy, we'll respect that too.
Lou’s hip replacement is going well. He’s getting around slow, but without the assistance of his cane. Would you believe he even danced at our Activities meeting? Well, maybe not..
Dale Skyles had his back operation on May 5th. He’s still in the hospital with some minor complications. We hope all goes well for him.
Mike Mirkay is going in for some surgery on June 6th. He will be laid up for about a month. We all wish him the best.
2020 The Year In Review
Despite the virus situation, we still had a few memorable events.
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Dale Skyles Birthday Parade
It was good to see such a good turn out of support for Dale Skyles 70th Birthday. His wife and son arranged to have a surprise birthday parade for him on Saturday, Oct. 10th. Sixteen Coachmen participated in the parade as well as numerous members from other clubs that Dale is a member of. We all drove past his house where he was sitting in his front yard. He seemed overwhelmed. We hope you had a great birthday, Dale!
The activities commitee will meet at 10:00 AM on the last Thursday of each month at Lou's Shop - Automotive Unlimited, 210 E. Steins St. (east of Broadway and just north of Shirmer)
All members are invited to participate
Fallen Hero's Dream Ride
We are proud to support Dave and 'Gold Star Mother' Julie Vinnedge and to have them in our club.
To learn more about their story visit:
If you need Coachmen logo T-shirts, polo shirts, sweat shirts, jackets, caps, decals, drag plates, etc. contact Lou Puricelli.