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Old 07-11-2011, 01:29 PM   #16
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My dad was best friends with Frank Garrett in Kansas City, his younger brother Emerson the park in Wichita is named after him was best friends with Dear Dad. And, I went to Hi Sch in LA with Gerry Jr. That's 3 generations of your family and mine. We party in Perris, LA, San Diego & Salton Sea. Dear Dad was one of the best master craftmen I ever known. I'd like to get in touch with Gerry Jr.


Hey there Lenny (my dad said he misses that double worm
tequilla) please contact me.

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Old 07-11-2011, 01:33 PM   #17
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Hi Gerald, tonight I entered a space of nostalgia. I am from Australia and met your grandfather in South Lake Tahoe. I have some great history of him and me and friends. I taught him to snow ski in Thredbo Australia in the seventies. We became the greatest of friends. He scared the **** out of me driving in his orange mustang in Los Angeles. I have some great history of a great mateship which I can relate about one of the greatest men I have met in my life, and I am anything but a recluse. gerald, his passing back in Wichita was a very sad day for me and one day I would love to visit the cemetery. Please reply and I can give you some wonderful history about a kind, gentle, talented and beautiful non racial man. I look forward to hearing from you

I would love to hear more stories and to get you intouch with my father Gerry Garrett..... Please contact me!! I am so glad I came back to check this site out!!!!

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Old 07-11-2011, 03:47 PM   #18
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I know Potsie is seen whenever the part "Goodbye gray skies hello blue" is on. But I wonder if Potsie actually sang that and if not who did?
I think Anson Williams (alias-Potsie) just lip-synched that line of the theme song for the opening credits.
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Old 07-18-2012, 03:40 PM   #19
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That bass singer is my grandfather Gerald Garrett. He died several years ago. He actually sung with a group called The Platters. He sung with a variety of other singers.
We are related then. Gerald was my uncle. He was really cool and of course a great singer.
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Old 07-18-2012, 03:50 PM   #20
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My dad was best friends with Frank Garrett in Kansas City, his younger brother Emerson the park in Wichita is named after him was best friends with Dear Dad. And, I went to Hi Sch in LA with Gerry Jr. That's 3 generations of your family and mine. We party in Perris, LA, San Diego & Salton Sea. Dear Dad was one of the best master craftmen I ever known. I'd like to get in touch with Gerry Jr.
My Grandfather, Frank (Gerald's father) was amazing. He built a house in Wichita out of stone. He used to build wooden cars (with motors) for fun. Frank's youngest son (Frank III.) is one of the best bass guitarists you will ever hear. Uncle Gerald was such a cool character with a smile you'll never forget. How cool that you know all of my relatives!
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