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Tuesday, August 06, 2019

Fwd: August Annual Picnic (CORRECTION ON THE DATE - SHOULD BE AUG 15th)

The date is Thursday, August 15th.

Begin forwarded message:

From: Margolius Ben <benmargolius@me.com>
Subject: Re: August Annual Picnic
Date: August 10, 2012 at 10:40:00 AM EDT
To: Winter Ed <edwinter@mac.com>
Cc: Mueller Joan <jomueller@stny.rr.com>, Margolius Sue <sam56@me.com>

Ed,

Are you available to pick this up from Joan? I could deliver the plates and stuff to you on Monday.

Joan, this is terrible news. Please let me know if I can help, although we plan to fly out of her on Wednesday.

Ben Margolius
benmargolius@me.com



On Aug 10, 2012, at 9:02 AM, Joan Mueller wrote:

Ben,
I have a problem.  Augie has been suffering from pain around his right eye for several weeks.  We finally were able to see his neurologist yesterday and surgery is required.  It has been scheduled for Monday.  I will be seeing my orthopedic Dr on Monday for my next xray and hopefully a release of my brace--at least to unlock it.  Whether that will allow me to drive, I don't know.  The bottom line:  we are just not sure of our status by next Thursday.  Will keep you posted.

Joan

On Aug 10, 2012, at 12:37 AM, Margolius Ben wrote:

Our Annual Indoor Picnic takes place next week on Thursday, August 16th, 6:30 PM at the Vestal Library.

Your only requirement is to bring a dish to pass.

We promise good weather (inside), cooling A/C, no wind except for your conversations, no rain, no snow, zero bugs, good food, and a great time.

If some can come early, they can help set up tables and chairs.

Ben Margolius
benmargolius@me.com






MacSTAC August 15th Annual Picnic

Our Annual Indoor Picnic takes place next week on Thursday, August 15th, 6:30 PM at the Vestal Library.

Your only requirement is to 

  • RSVP to this email that you are coming and the number in your party
  • Bring a dish to pass
  • Bring a serving utensil
  • Be prepared to take home your dish

We promise good weather (inside), cooling A/C, no wind- except for your conversations, no rain, no snow, zero bugs, good food, and a great time.

If some can come early, they can help set up tables and chairs say around 5:45.


Ben Margolius
benmargolius@me.com




Monday, June 17, 2019

Jack Palmer - RIP (longtime MacSTAC member)


From: Benjamin Margolius <benmargolius@mac.com>
Subject: Jack Palmer - RIP
Date: June 17, 2019 at 11:27:37 AM EDT
To: Margolius Ben <benmargolius@mac.com>

Jack Pawson Palmer, I

Endicott - At 87, Jack Pawson Palmer I of Endicott, NY activated the donation of his body to medical science on June 10, 2019. "JP" was born in Ardsley, NY to Inez and Frank Palmer. He graduated from Herbert Smith Technical School in Syracuse, NY and served in the US Navy Reserves. He met and married Mildred Lee Poland in 1951 and together they had three children. He worked for General Electric for twenty years during which time he earned an Electrical Engineering degree from Syracuse University and an MBA from SUNY Binghamton all while remodeling a tiny summerhouse into a five bedroom home. 

He left his managerial position at GE in 1972 to start Palmer Industries, a visionary company where he designed and manufactured outdoor electric vehicles for disabled people worldwide. He was granted numerous patents and employed his wife, Mili who marketed the vehicles and son, Jack Pawson Palmer II, who headed production. His inventions gave handicapped individuals mobility and independence. JP's business was his passion and his greatest achievement; it took him all over the world and kept him busy until the end of his life.

He took flying lessons and earned his commercial pilot's license, was president of Ace Flying Club, president of Union Endicott Band Boosters and a patron of PBS (local WSKG). At 79 he learned to dance and was a regular on Tuesday Night's Swing Dance at Rexer's. He lived life on his own terms, could fix anything, had a fierce intellect and a beaming smile.

He is survived by his wife of 67+ years, Mildred Palmer, son Jack Pawson Palmer II (Barbara) of Vestal, NY, daughters Kathy Snider (Gary) of Denver, CO, and Cindy Hoffman of Newfield, NY, grandsons Dr. Jack Pawson Palmer III (Dana) of Cincinnati, OH, Dr. Christopher Palmer (Caitlin) of St. Louis, MO, Robert Snider and Sam Snider of Denver, CO, Max Snider of Boston, MA three great grandchildren and his brother Robert (Elsie) Palmer of Palm Bay, FL. If you wish, make a donation to local WSKG in Vestal NY in memory of Jack Pawson Palmer I. Please sign his guestbook at www.HEFUNERALHOME.com. Services provided by Hopler & Eschbach Funeral Home, 483 Chenango St. Binghamton.
Published in Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin on June 16, 2019


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Saturday, June 08, 2019

MacSTAC June Meeting - Thursday, June 20th

MacSTACers: Here's your notice for the June meeting on Thursday, June 20th at the Vestal library, 6:30 pm.

Hope you can make it.

Ben

Wednesday, May 08, 2019

MacSTAC May Meeting

Due to Wayne and myself being unavailable next week, I am cancelling this month's meeting.

Please pencil in on your calendar June 20th as our next meeting.

Ben

Monday, April 08, 2019

April MacSTAC Meeting, week after next, Thursday, April 18th, Vestal Library

Reminder of our next meeting, on Thursday, April 18th, 630 PM at the Vestal Library.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

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