Let’s have a WordZaf!

Wordcamp attendee misses the Little Pirates !

From Philadelphia, attending a WordPress web software “camp” and enhancing bocus.org, to enable communication between tables and Brothers, I really benefit from 1880 attendees who rapidly become friends and share the same enthusiasm and sense of sharing. Very Brotherly, I must say!
I miss  the Zaf, but I hope some of you will post news and pictures as the Little Pirates parade. Brothers contributors to the site – usually the scribes –  who are too far from their main PC to login and write though the “Dashboard”, please enjoy the Postit feature! It enables you to post via e-mail to the email address I did communicate to each table in my last eblast. In case you forgot it, feel free to call me (516) 672 3776. For spam reasons, I can not write it here!
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Jack Goodrich passes away.

Jack Goodrich - Pilot
Jack Goodrich – Pilot

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Jack Goodrich was inducted into the BOC in December 2000. He was a Viet Nam veteran and served in the Navy as an officer. He was a initially a carrier pilot, and later transferred as a skipper of a “swift boat” of the riverine force based near the MeKong Delta. After returning to the states and being discharged, he went into banking from which he retired.

In retirement he lived on northern Long Boat Key,FL and greatly enjoyed sail boating, until the last several years when he sold the sailboat and obtained a 21′ Center Console. He was married for almost three decades to Peggy Arnett Goodrich, who preceded him in death in 2010. Jack struggled with illness over the last several years of his life, but that did not keep him from enjoying his friends, family, and dog Sailor. He leaves a son John of San Diego, CA, and a daughter Johanna of Kensington, MD. Jack was 74 at the time of his passing.