I am wordy when I write. I will try to make this post honest and to the point, just like the men it’s meant to honor.
Walt Ligenza’s grandson, Sam Pagano, Harry Fetterman, and Dick Jones
This past Monday, I attended a viewing for Mr. Harry Fetterman in Tamaqua, the small town in the anthracite coal region of Northeastern PA where I grew up. Harry was a beloved teacher and football coach. He was my dad’s oldest and dearest friend. Harry and my dad, Dick Jones, knew each other as boys; they both enlisted in the Navy right after high school during World War II (Harry actually left Tamaqua High a semester early in 1943*). Continue reading →