FAMILY HISTORY ON A PHOTO BLANKET

QUESTIONS ABOUT ANY OF THE PICS? (WHERE, WHEN, ETC.)

Scott and Kathy snagged family photos from the computer and had the blanket shown below made for our combined birthdays.  This blanket is too cool!!!!

THE BLANKET HANGS IN THE PINK BEDROOM.

 Enjoy.  CLICK ON THE PICTURES TO ENLARGE. 

Top row, left to right: Ed, Tim, and Scottt, circa 1980.>>>Dad’s boot camp picture, 1954, at the ripe old age of seventeen.>>>Mom’s high school graduation picture, 1955.>>>ED’s family, circa 2010.  Jim’s baby picture, circa 1985.

Second row: L to R, Mom and Dad’s 25th anniversary, 1982.>>>Mom visiting Dad at boot camp, Bainbridge, MD. 1954.>>>Anthony 2010.>>>Kevin, 1995.

Third row, L to R: Mom and Dad with Becca, Kevin, and Steven, 2005.>>>Becca, 1998.>>>Dad, Mom and the boys, circa 1982.>>>Mom on her mimi bike with no engine, circa 1971.>>>Steve 2007.

Fourth row, L to R: Four generations of Crawford men.  Willard Sr., Willard II, Scott, Jim circa, 1985.>>>Top, Ross 2006, Bottom, Becca, 1990.>>>Mom and Dad’s 50th in 2007.>>>Calum, 2008.

Bottom row, L to R:  Dad at last kart race, Buttonwillow, Ca. in 2008.>>>Tim Susie, Becca, Kevin, And Steve at Susie’s sister’s wedding, 2005.>>>Jess, Kathy, Scott, Jim, and Anthony. 2010.

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About JUNIOR

I am a 77 year old retired Northrop-Grumman Corp. Facilities Engineer. I worked at Northrop's Pico Rivera and Palmdale facilities for a total of 13 years, and retired 1n 1995. I have been married to my high school sweetheart for over 54 fantastic years, and we have 3 excellent children (all boys) 7 wonderful grandchildren, and 1 great grandchild. My hobbies are playing the piano (actually, more like learning HOW to play the piano) and restoring a 1937 Plymouth, although sadly, I have made very little progress on it in recent years. I drove road race go-karts until the age of 71. I never grew up, I just got old.
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2 Responses to FAMILY HISTORY ON A PHOTO BLANKET

  1. joyce says:

    Definitely a cool blanket and a true heirloom. Good job Kathy and Scott

  2. JUNIOR says:

    Hi Joyce,
    We thought so too. I’ll pass your comment along. Cheers. Dad

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