The LRY folks I remember best

 

People I remember well from my Liberal Religious Youth (LRY) days in the early 1960s include the following:

Phil Pierce, Dick Ryan, Ellie Lou Rutledge, Steve Cooper, Cappy Pinderhughes, Rev. Rev. John M. Coffee, Jr., Melissa McQuillan, David Klotzle, Paul Klotzle, Bob Day, Ron Hildreth, Dick Barnaby, Richard Derby, Chuck Forrester (president of Continental LRY), Bill Sinkford (from Continental Conference, later President of the Unitarian Universalist Association), Ruth Wahtera, Dr. Peter A. Baldwin, Bruce Elwell, Carl Laws, The Rev. Dr. Carl Scovel, Rev. Jack Hammon, Dimity Hammon, Tom Linehan, Kathy Phair, Russ Weisman, Mrs. Eileen Day, Charlie McGlynn, Rev. Lawrence M. (Larry) Jaffa, Larkie Colebrooke, Paul Tinkham, Rev. C. Leon Hopper, Jr., Rev. William R. (Bill) Moors, John Ertha, Dick Hood, Jim Bogle, Cal Mosher, Sandi (Mosher) Olivio, Brad Coady, George Kaldro, Chris (Adler) Fernsler, Margaret Rich, Martha Chickering, Jane Uhrich, Rev. Elmer Stelley, Rev. William A. (Bill) DeWolfe, Kris Hanson, Stuart Hanson, John Fountain, William W. (Rusty) Park, Larry Ladd, Cindy Pratt, Lorna Laughland, Rev. Orloff W. Miller, Rev. Alexander (Scotty) Meek, Rev. Manuel R. (Dutch) Holland, “Moscow” Marx (from Star Island), Jon Palmer, Linda (Gulbrandsen) Goldsmith, Janice (Sanford) Brady, Carole Smith (from Continental Conference), Norm Helverson, Pam (Corley) Pierce, Alison (Titus) Ryan, Jean Nichols, Herb Weeks, Jane Garside, Peter Robash, Chandler Newton, Wally Fletcher, Ruth Clarke (from Continental Conference), Randy Becker

About Roger W. Smith

Roger W. Smith is a writer and independent scholar based in New York City. His experience includes freelance writing and editing, business writing, book reviewing, and the teaching of writing and literature as an adjunct professor. Mr. Smith's interests include personal essays and opinion pieces; American and world literature; culture, especially books and reading; current issues that involve social, moral, and philosophical views; and experiences of daily living from a ground level perspective. He hosts separate websites devoted to the authors Theodore Dreiser and Pitirim A. Sorokin and to classical music as well as family history/genealogy.
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