Photos

 

Bob Lonsberry's July Album

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    Stopped at the Goodwill across from ABVI on Clinton Avenue and found this for my soldier daughter, Aubrey.
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    And this for my son Lee, who spent many a night in his younger years at Denny's.
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    This is the father of Spec. Theodore Matthew Glende, who died in Afghanistan on July 27, 2012. This picture was taken on July 27, 2013.
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    On the anniversary of Spec. Glende's death, family and friends gathered at the water house on Cobb's Hill, where Spec. Glende and his bride posed for wedding pictures shortly before he deployed.
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    Alexandra Glende lost her husband some three months after they were married. They met when they both worked at Wegmans.
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    Some brought cigars, a nod to Spec. Glende's fondness for them.
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    The gathered people had balloons upon which they wrote messages to Spec. Glende. This is his mother-in-law.
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    This is his brother-in-law.
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    These are the balloons being released.
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    Blue-eyed Ellie is following in the footsteps of older sisters Sophie and Aubrey.
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    One more young Lonsberry on the grass at Bellamy Park.
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    Another soccer player is young Robbie Lonsberry, who just turned 5.
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    Ready to go for a run. My toe says hello.
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    Here are two monuments to Henry Lomb, both are neglected and forgotten. I stopped to take this picture while out on a run.
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    Here's a panel honoring Henry Lomb, a German immigrant who helped start Bausch and Lomb and who went off to fight the Civil War. Reflected is the hulk of the empty factory his company left behind.
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    This is a full-service church. I saw this sign when running down Lyell Avenue. By the way, that's my favorite Bible verse.
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    I took this picture while on a run on Scio Street. Some of this graffitti stuff actually is very good.
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    I'm joining the Mount Morris Fire Department and these fine men taught me how to attach a fire hose to a fire hydrant.
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    Here is WHAM 1180's Ian Wheatley at work.
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    On the 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean War, I met this man at the Spencerport Canal Days. He made two amphibious combat landings in that war and fought at the Chosin Reservoir.