Sunday, May 17, 2015


Anthony enrolled in West Virginia University in 1939. Three years later the war interfered with his plan to graduate.

After the war he briefly returned to school but dropped out again when his wife became ill. He worked as a machinist most of his life before resolving to finish his degree. He said, "It was always important for me to graduate."

He will receive his diploma next week.... at the ripe old age of 94.

He's not sure about a masters degree as  he feels he needs a break—a very well deserved one at that.

Bravo Tony Bravo! You teach us all a valuable life lesson—NEVER NEVER NEVER GIVE UP!

Bye for Now,


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