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Keith Wuerthner Writes

This is a photo of my all Beta Delta wedding taken at the First Presbyterian Church in Butte, Montana on September 15, 1956.  Left to right: Larry Ellefson ’56, my brother and best man, Ben J. Wuerthner ’53, myself ’56, my oldest brother John P. Wuerthner ’47 and Thomas Nelson ’56.  All except me are in Chapter Eternal.

I have been retired since 2004 but still keep busy.  I celebrated 58 years as member of Lions Clubs International.  I served as a District Governor in 1991-1992 and am a Life member.  I am a life member of the New Britain Lodge of Elks and earlier this year completed 33 years as a member of the New Britain Salvation Army advisory board.  I am involved with the Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation that provides pure bred German Shepherds to blind residents around the country.  It is the only guide dog training school in New England.  I served as chairman of the Lions Advisory Board to Fidelco as well as serving on the Board of Directors as the Lions District Governor representative.  I am a 24-gallon Red Cross blood donor which took me 50 years to achieve having started giving blood when I was 18 years old in college at Missoula. 

Other than that, not much going on.

In Hoc,

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28 Goodrich Rd, Farmington CT 06032
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