Following college Richard played professional baseball with the Washington Senators organization for six years.
Richard retired in 2000 after a 30 year career at Lincolnton High School where he both taught and coached. He and his wife Patsy Stamey Smith, who was a high school class mate, have been married for 50 years; they have one daughter, Kelli, a teacher at Love Memorial Elementary School. Kellie is married to Tracy Huss and they have twins-a boy and girl 12 years old.
Prior to Richard’s presentation we will enjoy a short seasonal digital photo presentation.
This event will be held in the Fellowship Hall of Crouse United Methodist Church, GPS address 3311 Crouse School Road, Crouse, NC 28033, on Tuesday, November 14 at 4:00 p.m. The meeting is free and open to the public.
"The Crouse Community History and Photo Project’s mission is to accumulate, organize, identify, catalog, archive and preserve the memories, photographs and documents pertaining to the history and families of the Crouse community.”
For more information, Mona Ramsey, Crouse Community History and Photo Project, Crouse, NC 28033. Phone: (704-736-1440) or email@example.com
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