Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Dr. Martin Luther King Day 2011
Unexpected reunion of family & new friends in Culver City, California. Question of the evening: What causes would Dr. King embrace if he were alive today?
Saturday, January 15, 2011
Las Vegas Cup 2011
Friday, January 07, 2011
For my posterity.
Consider the Thirteenth Article of Faith.
To every thing there is a season.
Monday, January 03, 2011
Alene's mortal body returns to San Diego; her immortal beauty returns to her Eternal Home
Alene Johns Lunt, originally of eastern Arizona, died this past Wednesday in Mesa, Arizona. She lived in San Diego's east county for over forty years. She and Uncle Bert mentored my parents in the '50s, and they mentored my generation into the '90s. She was a woman of grace and conviction. She is buried next to her son, Mark, who was my closest cousin as a child. The California contingency of nieces, nephews, and in-laws witnessed as George Bock, son-in-law, dedicated her final resting place on "Mormon Hill" at Greenwood Cemetery.
Pictured are: Alene earlier in her life; Alene with Heaton Lunt and all his daughters-in-law; the nieces and nephews present at the grave dedication today, and; Bert with Carol, who is my mom and his sister.
At the dedication there were tears along with the smiles, but the Lunt sense of humor and perseverance was evident today.