Where did the month go??? We are back to share some of the Waterford happenings of the month with you. Before we start, we hope everyone enjoyed the holidays (Easter and Passover) with family and friends.
Roz Klein had surgery and is recuperating at home and Patti Van Brunt is feeling better after her recent illness. Our best wishes for your good health, ladies.
We learned that Dick and Judy Weiss have sold their home as has Charlie and Terry Marino. We wish them good luck and happiness in their new dwellings. It is always difficult to see old friends leave but life goes on and we do what we must.
We are sorry to inform you that there have been some recent break-ins (the Hamptons and Cambridge). We were advised by the Police Dept. to keep our garage doors closed and make sure our doors are locked at all times. Another suggestion was to LOCK CAR DOORS when they are parked on the driveway. The thieves help themselves to garage openers, cell phones, coins and/or anything of value unattended in the car. Please be vigilant.
We want to welcome our newest homeowner, Joseph Giangreco; hope to see at the pool.
Bernice Friedman and Sidell Lavine report that the social committee’s trip to the movies of Del Ray to see “Don Quixote” was most successful. The movie was outstanding and enjoyed by all. A late lunch at the Terra Fiamma restaurant followed. Thank you, social committee.
Bobby Zdatny is pleased to share with us her grandson, Sam Zdatny, has graduated from the U. of Edinburgh, in Scotland. Her other grandson, Alex, graduated for Ryder College in N.J. Congratulations to the graduates and proud grandmother.
Selma and Charlie Goldstein traveled to Cape Cod to attend the destination wedding of their grand-son, Joel Singer, to Sara Peck, in April. Sara is a Mathematics teacher in Fairfield Wade H.S. and Joel is pursuing his doctorate at UMASS, Dartmouth. FLASH – just received word that Joel has success-fully defended his dissertation and we can now call him, Dr. Joel Singer. Congratulations. Best wishes to the young couple and their families.
Mattea Marks, Gloria Miller’s granddaughter, has created a Social Media Awareness program for the elementary schools. Her dedication and ingenuity was recognized with the Award for Outstanding Contribution, presented to her by the Collier County School District. Well done! We share your grandmother’s pride.
Sharing is caring we wish our Waterford family a HEALTHY, HAPPY SUMMER!
P.S. Correction: Please! Best wishes for a speedy recovery to LIZA Nash.