Last month I began correspondance with a customer after he had purchased a Bottomgun Shave Mug as a gift for his father, a United States Navy CDR, Ret. You may remember my post in which I asked for advice to find the type of brush his father wanted to accompany the mug. Your suggestions were very much appreciated and helpful. He now also has a brush.
CDR Peterson, who was also a Mustang, was on the historic voyage of the first submerged circumnavigation of the world. On the 16th day of February 1960, the Triton took departure From Montauk Point, at the eastern tip of Long Island New York, and submerged as soon as the depth of the water was sufficient, and it was on it's way into history.
CDR Peterson has terminal cancer of the liver and pancreas. His birthday is July 25 of this month and will be his last.
This past week my family and I worshiped in church, we watched and listened to any of the countless radio or TV stations we preferred, we didn't endure the tirades of a tyrant. I don't always agree with govenment decisions but I can say so freely without fear of being shot. I enjoyed the overly abundant food at our annual family Independance Day bar-b-que. We also probably sent far too much money up into the air in fireworks. On that day, none of us personally thanked any verteran for his/her service to preserve the freedoms we enjoy. If you would like to join me in Birthday wishes or thanking CDR Peterson for his service to this great nation with a card or note, his address is below.
R.N. Peterson -- 1520 Seltzer Ct. -- Mechanicsburg PA -- 17055.