This photograph was prophetic.
It was taken at Lowry in the Summer of 1958, the evening
before our move to the new site. It
shows Rosie Cler standing by the mail box as though he's waiting for some mail.
When Rosie was elected to be the Class Secretary/Scribe in
1995, the prophecy came to life. And for 20 years, from 1995 until 2015, Rosie got lots of
mail, news from the Class of 1960, and he presented it to us in eloquent style four times
a year in Checkpoints magazine.
When our Class website became more accessible to more
members of the Class, he prepared Web Columns in addition to the Checkpoints
articles, as many as seven in one year.
Rosie has now retired from his office of Class
Secretary/Scribe and passes the baton. But
he also should know that we are not taking it lightly. We appreciate and cherish his efforts for the
Class of '60. They have been the keystone to our Class unity.
Thank you Rosie.