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Posted Sep 29, 2011 at PERFECT CANDOR
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Posted Aug 17, 2011 at PERFECT CANDOR
Eckerd College Prof. Lisa A. Sahulka, MPA Leadership and Administrative Dynamics Work: 727.547.5651 Fall 2011 Cell: 727.642.5737 M 5:35 pm – 10:35 pm E-Mail: lsahulka@jwbpinellas.org Course Description This course explores human services and government leadership in the context of providing services, directing staff, agency organization, strategic planning, outcomes measurement and... Continue reading
Posted Aug 17, 2011 at PERFECT CANDOR
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Posted May 2, 2011 at PERFECT CANDOR
It was no other than Tommy Traddles who gave me this piece of intelligence. He was the first boy who returned. He introduced himself by informing me that I should find his name on the right- hand corner of the gate, over the top-bolt; upon that I said, 'Traddles?' to... Continue reading
Posted Oct 10, 2010 at Redman
Allie, Michael and Mary Ann are conspiring to find me a new residence on the sandy white beaches of Florida, rather than the broken glass and cement to which I have become brutally acquainted. I am still desperately seeking a "forever family." Continue reading
Posted Oct 10, 2010 at Redman
(Sweet Honey In The Rock)-Breaths Listen more often to things than to beings Tis the ancestors' breath When the fire's voice is heard Tis the ancestors breath in the voice of the waters Those who have died have never never left The dead are not under the earth They are... Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Frank J. Sahulka
Missing is Eddie who passed away in the 30s. Eddie died in 1938 (the year Ruth my father's sister graduated from high school, she missed her prom). He had TB, fought that for years and survived only to die of pneumonia very shortly before penicillin was invented/released. Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Frank J. Sahulka
01 - Walt Whitman (Quote) (LP Version) I would like to believe I was one of the most important events in my father's life, but sadly I know that really the Met's were far more important to him. After all I went off to college, I went to London, I... Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Frank J. Sahulka
Frank married Anne on May 3, 1958. They lived together for 24 years first in Irvington and later in Union New Jersey. My mother was living in the apartment in my grandmother's house with her sister Irene. My father began dating her, but they did not marry until my mother... Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Frank J. Sahulka
My father's reunion dinner with the USS Warren crew in 1953. (Ella Fitzgerald & Duke Ellington)-How High The Moon Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Frank J. Sahulka
Although my father was very nostalgic about the Navy, he never forgot how cold it was in Rhode Island. This letter, written to his sister Ruth in 1943, asks if she told "the senate to end the war so we can all come home." The letter goes on to record... Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Frank J. Sahulka
My father volunteered for Navy service in 1943 at the age of 32. He always reminded me that he was not drafted and eagerly anticipated service. He is a part of a generation of men who chant the serendipity of the age and time that they were actually part of... Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Frank J. Sahulka
My father loved his mother. He loved her pork and sauerkraut and dumplings. He pined for a dessert she made that sounded like a donut with peaches inside. Although she passed away when I was quite young, I can still remember sitting in her lap and watching her roll donuts... Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Frank J. Sahulka
Behold the most hallowed of dogs, the forever immortalized Midgy. Practically from the moment I came out of the womb, I have been told of the ferocity and courage of this dog. It was only about 10 years ago that I actually saw a picture of Midgy and would have... Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Frank J. Sahulka
My father was very detailed oriented and prided himself on being on time. Here is the precursor of a life of excellent timing and getting the job right the first time. June 1924, he was 13 years old and already displaying good health and punctuality. Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Frank J. Sahulka
This is my father in 1947. He was 36 years old, having just left the Navy in tremendous physical shape. His favorite story was the time his brother was showing him off at Western Electric. There was apparently a competition to see who could lift a heavy, wire spool. None... Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Frank J. Sahulka
My father worked for Western Electric for 44 years retiring in 1977. He was a scheduling engineer planning the installment of telephone cable. He was devoted to his work and was deeply interested in the telephone industry, although I have to say, my Blackberry was entirely over his head. Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Frank J. Sahulka
Pictures of my father at Olympic Park in New Jersey. Olympic Park was a major attraction in Irvington beginning in 1904 and continuing for over 60 years. My father worked in the park as a child and after it closed in 1965, he would take me for walks in the... Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Frank J. Sahulka
My father at eight-years old. The Treaty of Versailles was signed a year earlier ending World War One and setting the path for World War Two. Wall Street was becoming the financial capital of the world and the stock market was beginning the bull market which ultimately lead to Black... Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Frank J. Sahulka