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4 comments on “Contact

  1. Marta Harrington
    April 1, 2015

    Hi, by pure serendipity I found your blog on Professor Trymm. I remember Professor Trymm very well, always the impeccable elegance, always the perfect gentleman. The three piece suit and the fedora inmaculately in place, in spite of Panama’s perennial summer heat. Your description of him is accurate and on point, and as you, I too have fond memories of Professor Trymm. I did not take piano lessons with Professor Trymm but he taught Musical Education at my school and was my ME teacher thru my elementary school years. Of course I also heard him at the piano in church. Loved reading your blog on Professor Trymm, brought back wonderful memories of a time gone by. Lovely!

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    • Pancho
      April 1, 2015

      Thank you, Marta. He was indeed one of a kind!

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  2. Harry Littman
    September 18, 2015

    I am not good at this. Please forgive me. I am trying to get in touch with Lewis Stabler. We were roommates in the 1960’s in Greeley, Colorado. I would really appreciate help reaching him.

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