This site for the Tucson Sunshine Chapter has an obit on Lou Perry:
This was Lou's last chapter as well as that of other Society legends,
such as Bob Johnson.
Member, The Chordbusters
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Is there a publicly accessible set of biographies and
devoted to The Society greats (past and present)?
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- Thank you, Amos. I have come to barbershop just lately (2005) and
therefore missed a lot of these great men of our avocation. I am
fascinated by these stories, and hope that we never lose them.
One of the things that veteran athletes complain about is that the
modern player has no sense of where their sport has come from and who
their predecessors were.
We have the unique privilege of being able to maintain a close
relationship with our predecessors, by performing the arrangements
that those who came before created and performed.
Lead, Free State 4
Lead, YIH VP, Patapsco Valley, Heart of Maryland Chorus
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Amos" <chordsrus@...> wrote:
> This site for the Tucson Sunshine Chapter has an obit on Lou Perry:
> This was Lou's last chapter as well as that of other Society legends,
> such as Bob Johnson.
> Amos Glanz
> Member, The Chordbusters