To my “few” Comanche High School contacts,

To those of you who do not have access to our old Home Town News Paper, I thought you might be interested in this.

I don’t suppose I have spoken to Ross since our Comanche High School Days of 1949, but reading the Comanche Chief Obit regarding an old High School class member does bring back a flood of memories.  I remember Ross as one of those people who always had a smile, one whom everyone liked and definitely as one of the so called Good Guys.

From reading the OBIT, it would appear that his personality and life traits served him well.  What better words could be spoken about a man than that he had a good family, was a faithful servant of his Creator and had been most successful in life’s economic ventures.

God Speed,

Carl Ellis

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