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- Micah, September 2022
Some beautiful portraits of Micah, Sarah and Barrett
- SeaWorld with the Phaneuf's and Johnson's 2022
While Mal and Diane were in Orlando in November we visited SeaWorld, along with Sarah and Micah. I rode the Mako Roller Coaster. Not sure why! Mal, Sarah and Julie rode them all. We watched the Orca Encounter, Dolphin Experience, and got soaked on the White Water Rapids ride when it stopped for 2-3 minutes right under where all the water ran off the bridge. Micah rode the Sunny Day Carousel in Sesame Street Land and overall we had a fun day out. Afterwards we went to Millers for dinner.
- Mal and Diane in Florida 2022
In November, Mal and Diane visited us in Florida. We played golf at the Omni (Mal had an eagle on the 8th) and went to Millers Ale House for dinner. We also went to SeaWorld with Sarah, Barrett and Micah where we got soaked in the White Water Rapids ride.
- Paul Awarded the Navy Marine Corp Medal 2022
CAMP LEJEUNE, NC, UNITED STATES 04.22.2022 Story by Lance Cpl. Jackson Kirkiewicz 2nd Marine Logistics Group Subscribe 34 MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. -- U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Paul M. D’Aeth received the Navy and Marine Corps Medal to recognize acts of non-combat heroism during a ceremony hosted by 8th Engineer Support Battalion on Camp Lejeune on April 22, 2022. Staff Sgt. D’Aeth, a native of Waxhaw, North Carolina, received the Department of the Navy’s highest non-combat award for quickly responding to distressed swimmers at Del Mar Beach while serving with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, on March 8, 2020. According to his award citation, D'Aeth entered rough ocean waters and swam through breaking waves and a dangerous rip current to rescue a struggling service member. Upon returning to the shore, he realized there was a second distraught swimmer and, without regard for his personal safety, jumped back into the water to attempt another rescue. “It comes with a lot of weight,” said Staff Sgt. D’Aeth after the ceremony. “I'm thankful for the recognition, but I think anyone would have done the same thing." The Navy and Marine Corps Medal is the highest non-combat award for heroism awarded to members of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. It is awarded to service members who, while serving in any capacity in the Navy or Marine Corps, demonstrate an act of non-combat heroism while putting themselves in a life-threatening situation. “It’s another human life. It required action from somebody, and I wasn't going to just sit by,” said Staff Sgt. D’Aeth. D’Aeth currently serves as an explosive ordnance disposal technician with Explosive Ordnance Disposal Company, 8th Engineer Support Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 27, 2nd Marine Logistics Group.
- Charlotte FC 2022
We decided to buy season tickets (PSL) for the inaugural season of the new Major League Soccer franchise team, Charlotte FC. Went went in with three others to buy four adjoining seats. As there were 17 games each member received all four tickets for four games and the four members all went to the first game. It worked out well but we decided not to renew for 2023 as we ware spending more and more time in Florida, especially during the MLS season.
- Broadway Trip 2022
In June 2022, Julie drove up to PA to meet Janet and Emmy to go see a Broadway show. They had tickets to Jersey Boys but the show ended a few weeks early so they switched and went to Dear Evan Hansen instead. After the show they went to dinner at Becco. Julie then drove up to spend a few days with Janet and Ed in New Hampshire first stopping at their cabin, then on to the house.
- Panthers Football 2021
Pictures from the Panthers vs NY Jets including a a video of the stirring rendition of the National Anthem.
- SeaWorld with Em and Georgia 2021
Went to SeaWorld with Em and Georgia
- Wachovia Championship 2018
Considered by many to be golf's fifth major, the Wachovia Championship was held at Quail Hollow in May 2018 . All the top players were there including Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, and Rory Mclroy. We were able to get up close to the action and the quality of play was amazing. Jason Day was the eventual winner at 12 under par but I've never seen anyone hit the ball harder than Tony Finau. Phil Mickelson tied for 5th place at 7 under par.
- Al Subers Obituary 2008
Posted on Fri, May. 30, 2008 Albert R. Subers, longtime judge and lawyer in Montco By Sally A. Downey Inquirer Staff Writer Albert R. Subers, 79, of Lower Gwynedd, a retired Montgomery County Court judge, died of an apparent heart attack Tuesday at home. Judge Subers was appointed to the bench in April 1983 and was elected that November. He served until retiring as a senior judge in 2005. During his judicial career, he presided over high-profile proceedings in civil and criminal court. He also had several unusual cases, including those of a babysitter charged with giving marijuana to children and a pet owner accused of mistreating 112 animals. He loved the law, said his wife, Emmaneta "Emmy" Hepford Subers. For the last three years, he had been a civil-settlement master with Montgomery County Court and worked as recently as last week, she said. Judge Subers, who grew up in Elkins Park, was an Eagle Scout. He played trombone in the marching band and orchestra, and competed on the football and wrestling squads at Cheltenham High School. He earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Pennsylvania, where he rowed on the crew team and was president of the marching band. He also earned a law degree from Penn, and was a devoted alumnus and Quakers football fan, his wife said. As a young lawyer, Judge Subers clerked for a judge in Philadelphia and was counsel to Philadelphia Transportation Co. In the late 1960s, he joined a law firm in Norristown. In 1975, he was a founding partner of the firm of Kane, Pugh, Anderson, Subers & McBrien in Norristown, and was a civil litigator and solicitor for several Montgomery County townships until his judicial appointment. He served on the board of the Philadelphia Cricket Club and was a member of the Society of the War of 1812. An ancestor, Peter Stuart Hay, fought in that conflict. He enjoyed travel, especially river cruises in Europe. In addition to his wife, Judge Subers is survived by daughters Elizabeth Kelly-McMahon, Julie D'Aeth, Ruth, Emily and Janet; two stepsons; a sister; and nine grandchildren.
- Football Fun Videos
Video from the indoor facility at Finch Farm, Everton's training ground, as well as a documentary of Liverpool and Chelsea fans, narrated by Sir David Attenborough 😂😂😂
- Basement Remodel (Part 3) 2008
Before and after pictures