He was the father of six children with his first wife: Mary Fields Fero of Fort Meyers, FL, the late Kathleen Dayton Elia, Lynn Miller, Mike (Crista) Dayton, Janet Keneston, Kevin Dayton and Daniel (Kathleen) Dayton; step father of Scherri (Don) Schulz, Lorie (Ken) Schulz, James (Ellen) Bell, Mary Ellen (Tom) Martin, Judy (Brian) Eckert, and Steven (Nancy) Bell. He also leaves 19 grandchildren; six great grandchildren; his siblings, Carol (Lou) Capano, Dorienne Dayton, and the late Billy (Pat), Joey (Doris), and Bradley (Gail) Dayton; several nieces and nephews and special friends, including Harry Bomba. From the Daniel D.
It interesting, it a small community of actors, based primarily in Los Angeles, but there some in Dallas as well, Vancouver, who are sort of known for dubbing Japanese animation into English. For a while it was a viable source of income for a lot of actors. And recently because of rampant piracy and I don mean like, on the high seas per se, I mean video piracy it been a lot less viable.
We won have to wait too long for the trendy chain expansion. What must be a pretty firm opening date of October 30th is clearly included in the window, which makes this scenario a striking mirror of the stores arrivals in SoHo when the more sophisticated COS was the first to be announced, but lagged months behind Other Stories in actually opening to the public. On Fifth Avenue, COS is still “opening soon” which could mean this Fall, Christmastime, next Spring or just when they are damn good and ready..
The man in the mirror is you. Why I trying to do what I trying to do, I said, trying to figure out how we can make changes in our life to make the world a better place. Both nodded, put the Popsicle sticks in our reusable bag so that they could be recycled at home.
My Aunt Louise and Uncle John took all of us, with my parents, to the old Stapleton Airport to eat. Now that probably sounds like a weird place to go for Sunday lunch, but the Skychef room was really nice with great service, as well as good food and views of both the planes and the Rockies. Aunt Weez and Uncle John were fun, but also very proper.
“Fingers for Halloween” is one of those books that young children will delight in and grown ups will enjoy acting out for their child’s benefit. This board book starts with holes for five fingers and each consecutive page finds another finger chomped up by a ghoulish beastie. The illustrations are bright and silly and kids will love the rhyming narration as they watch their or their parents’ fingers get eaten up one by one..