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Olde Young'un
by F William (Bill) Broome

Friday, December 31, 2010
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Olde Young'un

The years say that I've been around for a long time.
With a birth gift of almost total recall little is lost.
From the age of three; walking down a hill for
a bucket of fresh water from a community.
Aviator, Lindberg's flying the Atlantic in 1926.
My first day in the First Grade, already a reader.
Another sister born 9 weeks before the October 29
financial crash begetting the Great Depression.
Graduating high school, 38 seniors in a class of 38, five of whom still live through 2010 or more.
Into the US Army February, 24,1941 and into its Air Corps for a total of almost five years service.
Post-war work included 28 years managing six chambers of commerce in Florida and Georgia.
At age 52, retired and back to Atlanta to enter commercial real estate as an agent for three learning years.
With wife, Trulie, founded William Broome Associates, a new commercial and industrial real estate firm.
After 18 years, a final retirement and a move to peaceful Dahlonega in Georgia's green mountains.
After six years, she dies of Sarcoidosis, more than
twice the tine predicted by Atlanta specialists.
During the five years since, writing and publishing brings satisfaction of love with family and friends and now now, a olde young'un, as Georgia's most fortunate msn.

F William Broome 12-31, 2010

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Reviewed by Taylor Ryan 1/19/2011
My wish is for as many memorable milestones to compliment my days and to continue to enjoy reading about all your special ones, Bill. I hope this finds you well and full of energy and vinegar. You and your work are as unforgetable as I am sporadic, yet still the same...

xo Taylor

Reviewed by Gene Williamson 1/11/2011
Bill, this olde youngun could have shared many of those years
with you. Thanks for your memories. Sorry I'm so late
wishing you a happy, healthy, productive new year. -gene.
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 1/3/2011
Wonderful memories Bill, hope this new year is filled with many more!

Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 1/1/2011
wonderful remembering, wonderful history!
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 1/1/2011
HAPPY NEW YEAR, WILLIAM!!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by pat medlin 12/31/2010
happy new year bill from a fellow georgian...mableton that is
Reviewed by RWE SAYS BYE 12/31/2010
Ah, the blessings of a fully lived life. Greetings to a truly fortunate son. Looks like you are well on your way to living out the Vulcan benediction, living long and prospering. Happy New Year, Bill.
Reviewed by D Johnson 12/31/2010
And it is my good fortune to call you...'friend'

Cheers for a happy and healthy New Year.

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