My friend died suddenly last month. He was 91. I was shocked and saddened. I also felt guilty.
Randall Tremba was born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio. He took a bachelor of arts in philosophy at Wheaton College, Illinois (1969), a master’s of divinity at Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena,California (1973), and a doctor of ministry at Princeton Seminary (1992). He was installed as minister of the Shepherdstown (WV) Presbyterian Church in July 1976. Forty-one years later he retired. In between, he married Paula, became a parent (Jonah, Nathanael, Amanda) and a grandfather, founded the Rumsey Radio Hour (1990), and co-founded the Shepherdstown Good News Paper with Ed Zahniser (May 1979).
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Last month one of my Albuquerque granddaughters worked on my nature trail nearly every day.
In case you missed the postscript last Sunday, here it is again.
I fell in love with Jane in Anthropology 101 class my sophomore year in college. She was tall, slender, and beautiful.