Dan, This is Susanne Gravendijk Wirth, now living in Chicago. What a wonderful archive of our life on the little island in the wind! I have never had such a special Christmas present as your website! The memories come flooding back with every page I open! When I have tried to tell people about the awesome gift of my birth and youth in Aruba, they only have the contemporary images of modern tourism to use as reference. You have brought to life so many of the many aspects of our era. I am grateful to you for all of your hard work of learning, organizing and creating this evolving archive for us all. Bon Pascu i Felis Anja Nobo Janet Susanne Gravendijk Lago Class of 1962 Daughter of Lago Cashier, Arie Gravendijk, from Amsterdam, and Janet Tole, Lago School teacher 1940-42, from Kansas. Bungalow 339 and 164
Dan, enjoyed the site. Doing a website is truly a challenge. Barbara 'Dodge' Zarrella '61
Dan: A very impressive web site and I can see you have really put your heart into it. Since I am reading this on Christmas Eve, I will consider it a gift! Many thanks, Ray Burson (Lago '54)
Dan, An excellent job in bringing back so many wonderful memories of Lago Colony. We did indeed have a picture-perfect life in our own tropical paradise. Sharon (Pace) Slayton Class of 1956
Great site! It's obvious that you put much hard work into the website. Thank you for making the Lago and Colony information accessible via the web. My two daughters will especially appreciate learning more about the Colony. My youngest, Amy, was born in the Lago Hospital in 1970. We have returned to the island many times and could only show Amy where the hospital once stood, but have not been able to show her any photos. Best regards, Charles "Chuck" Colton Esso Reasearch & Engineering Company Project Engineer Aruba HDS Project Barbara & Charles Colton Bungalow #2 (1970 - 1971) Daughters: Julie & Amy Colton firstname.lastname@example.org 11018 Park Heights Avenue Owings Mills, MD 21117
I love looking at all the old pictures of the Colony. Reminds me of the many pictures I would view in my grandmother's photo albums when I was a young girl. My father and grandparent's spent many years on the island in the early years of Lago Colony. 1933-1946 Winnie Smith O'Connor
WHAT I HAVE LOOKED AT SO FAR IS FANTASIC. I HAVE DOWNLOADED THE HISTORY OF EXXON AND SOME OF THE OTHER SITES FOR MY MOTHER.
Hey Danny... Merry Christmas!! Good Job on the this Website...I know it takes alot of focus work to make happen... Ya have done a great job getting this off the ground. You might refer to this now as work in progress.... Best Wishes, Reg Kennerty '55
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