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The "Gazelle Gazette" is a Carder Steuben Club Newsletter that is initially delivered as an email and is maintained by Alan Shovers. This section provides an archive of the Gazelle Gazette Newsletter postings. If you would like to submit a Newsletter posting or have your email address added to Alan's address list, please email it to Alan Shovers.


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ACT NOW 2020 IS HERE

Posting Number 3339   Date: 01/10/20     Return to Posting List

Happy New Year and thanks to all of you who renewed their membership already. We have had a good response so far, but we have not heard from everyone yet! You can renew now by clicking on the membership link at the end of every Gazette or you can send a check and save the PayPal fees, please mail your check ($35 for one person, $55 for two person household) to:

Bill Mehlenbacher

63259 State Route 415

Cohocton NY 14826

Reflections

Alan,

I was so very saddened to learn of Lon Knickerbockers passing. When I started with the club almost 15 years ago, Lon was one of the initial people who introduced himself to me and made me feel comfortable.

Since that initial meeting, we had many dinners together with he and Deb, and often emailed each other with club topics, and of course glass! Lon was such a fantastic Steuben and local Corning history source , and I loved listening to his recollections.

After a few years in the club, I found myself having some reservations as to whether or not I wanted to continue, and Lon and I had a heart to heart talk, and he convinced me to hang in there and give it another year, and see how I feel then. That was probably 10 consecutive symposiums ago. Even though Lons attendance at Symposiums was void for the past few years, and missed by many people, he was always available for any glass inquiries that I may have had.

Approximately six years ago when Lon set up as a dealer at the symposium, he sold me this lovely piece of skeleton mold S&W or Steuben with water lily cuttings ( incidentally, I suspect S&W), and its been a favorite of mine since its purchase, and now its become even that much more personal to me.

ΓΏ My life is more enriched having met and known Lon, and all the wonderful people I have come to know in this close knit club.

Mark Chamovitz


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