Present Occupation: Company, Your Title, Brief Job Duties:
The Law Office of John C. Warley
Why haven't you retired yet? My military pension from 90 days on active duty ran out.
When do you plan
to retire? 2020
Wives & children (use multiple lines if necessary:
1. wife (1) Barbara
2. John Caldwell Warley, III
3. Nelson V. Warley
4. MaryBeth Warley
5. Carter B. Warley
Grands: Addington Eliza Warley, age 4
???????? ??? Warley, age 0 (Nelson will not reveal name of daughter
to be born about the time the cocktail hour at
Great Grands? (Hey, we've only been out 40 years;-) : 0
Any Children or Grands at (or graduated from) ElCid? Who?
to reunion: 60 miles
Number of places lived since graduation: 3
Number of Class reunions attended (counting this one): 5
What prompted you to attend this year?
Sure thing publish it all: _X__
MAY WE PUBLISH THIS INFORMATION?
- particularily including address and contact information on our Class Web Site -
Law Office of John C. Warley, PLLC
Rick:A poem dedicated to the memories of Frank “Skip” Murphy ('65), Joe Missar ('65),
Several years ago, when my eldest son was in his senior year at The Cid, I
sat at a table in the mess hall with him and his buddies as they admired
their rings, which they had just received. It inspired me to write a poem
that I dedicated to two of our classmates, Tommy Taylor (a childhood friend)
and Bruce Welge, and also two guys I played football with and thought a lot
of--Skip Murphy and Joe Missar, both class of '65. All four of these great
guys died in Vietnam. John Sitton, among others, has praised the poem and
asked me to share it. AJ's judgment when it comes to poetry may be as
limited as my skills in writing it, but I've attached it here and wonder if
you can add it to my web page. Thanks.