If it weren't for Ron LaPort.....

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If it weren't for Ron LaPort.....

Postby david duty » Thu Jul 10, 2003 9:17 pm

I must admit I lost track with everyone, but looking back, Im glad he was there to set me straight. class 84'
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Postby Brad King » Sun Jul 13, 2003 9:18 pm

Yeah ' Ron was areal hard ass ,Just like Bob Tolly. I went to Ron's house a few
times to shoot pool ,never play him for money ! He was a different guy after
school . He liked his cold one's. We had a few with him. This was of course
after graduation. :twisted:
Has anybody herd or seen him ?
Someone told me a few years ago that Mr. Tolly got a ticket for walking his pet bear cub.
Yes I said Bear. He him self was as strong as a bear.

Brad :lol:
also use e- mail address
blking5794@aol.com after , 6/15/03
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La Port Was The Man!

Postby Stephen Wells » Thu Feb 10, 2005 9:01 pm

I HAD RON LAPORT IN "83" AND "84". I WILL NEVER FORGET THAT MAN AND THE BRICK SISTERS. ESPECIALLY WHEN THEY WENT FLYING BY YOUR HEAD. I HAD A GREAT CLASS TOO.
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