Roxanna Lucy Erickson Klein
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Posted on: Oct 20, 2019 at 2:33 AM
I remember the shock and surprise of his unexpected death. How sad it was to see his empty chair in the clossroom, and the sorrow of knowing that the family he loved so deeply was grieving him with so much pain. It reminded me then how fleeting our time on earth is. he used his time in good ways, expressing love and kindness all around
Posted on: Jul 05, 2018 at 1:38 PM
Hey Leone One of my best friends from HS. Im hoping that you can make it to the next get together, and Ill be there too Roxanna
Hey Matt, fantastic to see you on the website. I have lots of fun memories of your antics in Barragons Spanish classes Would like to learn more about what youve done in between then and now Roxanna
Hi Joanne So wonderful to see your picture. I really enjoyed your friendship in HighSchool, and learned a lot about Jewish ways from you and Gail and Leone. Came in handy as I ended up marrying a Jewish fellow --- so I had a bit of a point of reference. How are you? I was really sad not to be able to attend the reunion, but it seems like it was a fun time. Fondly
Dear Janet, I remember both you and Gene. Arent you twins?
He was always so softspoken and gentlemanly --- I felt that he must have learned that from having a sister so close. I didnt realize he was a dancer,--- maybe he wasnt back then. Looking back, I still remember how even keeled and pleasant he always was never ruffled even by tough assignments, and confusing homewor,.
It is heartbreaking to lose a sibling, and especially when the relationship is close. You are on my mind. God bless you, and him. Roxanna
Posted on: May 14, 2017 at 10:07 AM
Betty, you actually still look like yourself! Love the picture of you flanked by the bulldogs.
Posted on: Mar 05, 2017 at 4:54 AM
I cannot come to the Reunion because my son gets married in Louisville on the same date. I will really miss being there. But i am pleased with this chance to touch base with my long lost friends and people in my life. Thanks for showing your profiles and updates.
Jill and I were both semi-serious students but we brought out the wild side in each other. She and I used to ditch class and go to Orange Julius for a long lunch. She was tall, graceful. pretty, and one of the sweet/smartest people I hung out with. I felt very priviledged to have her for a friend, and still feel that way.