Milne Alumni February Newsletter
February 15, 2011

by Judy Koblintz Madnick, '61

Dear Milne Alumni and Supporters,

In this issue:

* Memories...
* Sad News


Thank you to Dan Brown, '57, for this contribution to our newsletter:

"I doubt few of us or our children in the Albany region would not remember the Freddy Freihofer show that was broadcast on TV from 1949 to 1966. If you don't remember it from the 1950s, perhaps your children remember it from the 1960s.

"Part of the show was a 15-minute segment called 'Breadtime Stories.' Although preceded by three other story-telling hosts, beginning in 1956 'Uncle Jim' prevailed over the final 10 years as the story-teller in the segment. He was Jim Fisk, was born in Glens Falls, NY. Jim recently passed away on January 8, 2011, at age 91.

"After the show's 1966 termination, Jim founded and operated the well-known JIMAPCO map business that continues today."

Do you have any memories or news to share? If so, click here and let me know! I rely on YOUR INPUT!!


Please note that I rely upon the Albany Times Union and input from other alumni for this information, so if you become aware of someone who has passed away, please let me know. If a name is underlined, it represents a link to the obituary. Many obituaries are available free for a limited time only.

Robert J. FOSTER, Jr., Milne '45, passed away on Tuesday, January 18, 2011.

William B. WILEY, '41, passed away on February 7, 2011. He was the brother of Marsha WILEY Ercius, '39.

Thanks to all of you for your interest in Milne Alumni activities.

Judy (Koblintz) Madnick, '61

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