February 6, 2010: I married Leota (Cox) Albright in 1958. We have twin daughters and one son, all married, plus six grand daughters and one grand son, ages six to twenty-five. Our oldest granddaughter got married in May, 2009. Another granddaughter is starting medical school in the Philadelphia area in the Fall of 2010, and another is graduating from Oklahoma State in May, heading onto the University of Virginia for a Masters. Two of the girls are in college, one is in high school, and our grandson is in elementary school.
I retired December 1, 1992 after 34 years of refinery work. Leota and I enjoy spending time with our children, grand children, family and many friends. I continue to fish when I get the chance, and spend time in my woodworking workshop. We continue to volunteer at church, help distribute food commodities once a month, and volunteer at our grandson’s elementary school. I even made a nice oak end table for my granddaughter’s high school band fundraising event that took in over $350 at one football game this past fall.