GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN - A very dear friend to all Leisure World residents. Floyd Lowderman gave up his life here on earth on February 10, 2013, after suffering a short illness. A memorial service was held at the rec. hall on February 19th to honor Floyd. Floyd will be greatly missed in the park by all. Floyd and Ruby have been in the park for many years and had just made the decision to become permanent residents this summer.
Floyd had many talents and loved life. He served his country well. He was well known for his "soups" and he loved his "joker group" which he made personal boards for each team member.
A great display of the talents that Floyd participated in and enjoyed.
Harold Monroe in charge of the memorial service.
Stan and Mary Gainer sang a couple of Floyd's favorite hymns. Thanks for all who helped in making this memorial a memorable day for Ruby. Floyd definitely will not be forgotten.
The "Six Pack" would like to thank all who came to congratulate them on 50 years of marriage at the Valentine Party which was held at the rec hall on February 10th. This was an evening which we all will treasure as part of Leisure World memories. Those who were honored this year are from left to right: Dick and Phyllis Connett, Fred and Shirley Fischer, Earl and Betty Dixon, John and Marlys Beeler, Richard and Nina Peterson, and Lee and Karen Anderson. These six couples have now joined at least 50 other couples in the park that have been inducted into the Golden Club. Entertainment was provided by Dennis Perry with romantic songs of those days. Desserts were served which were made by the ladies in the park. The hall was beautifully decorated and each honoree went home with red roses. Thanks to all who had a big hand in making this a great evening to be remembered.