Waco Town Crier – August 2020

Wow! Another month has flown by!

Not only did we have to contend with the COVID-19 this past month, but also Hurricane Hanna which hit South Texas. Waco had its share of the virus but we did not get one drop of rain from Hanna. I am sure, if possible, South Texas would have shared some of their moisture with us.

Stay Safe, Stay Sane and Be Kind to one another!

Click here to read the August edition of the Waco Town Crier!

  • History of the Town Crier
  • Regarding the death of Luann Hanna Lund Hunt
  • Regarding the death of Jack Ewing
  • From Our Graduates
  • Updates
  • Birthdays for August
  • A Neat Idea
  • Show & Tell Featuring Charles “Randy” Turner
  • More from the West Jr. Yellow Jacket
  • Pictures
  • Jokes
  • Six Little Stories

5 comments on “Waco Town Crier – August 2020

  1. Bob Easter: “Randy Turner was much too Timid in his story. He is a genius at putting real estate deals together. He earned respect from Bankers, Private Investors, Buyers and Sellers across the Country for figuring out how to structure a project. His success is much greater than he let on. Randy and I were not friends in school but have grown close over the years in real estate discussions. He is a friend for life to so many in our class.”

  2. Kay Phillips Sparks: “I especially liked Randy Turner’s explanation of his memories of Waco and why he enjoyed driving around.”

  3. SuEllen Golden Wilson: “It was so much fun to read about Randy Turner and his wonderful life after graduation from WHS. Randy is one of those great guys that everyone liked no matter his age. I agree with Randy that Baylor was the perfect place to find a lifetime mate.”

  4. Bev Murphy Wells: “Thank you for sharing the birth of the Town Crier and to the many who worked diligently through the incubating years! A special thanks to Jeanne who shared her dream of keeping us all connected! It was a joy reading about Randy Turner’s “show and tell” and his melancholy perspective of “Our Town”! Stay well, keep safe!”

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