Anita Mitchell: I started to work for WDW before we opened and graduated in the first Walt Disney World University class. Mike Vance was absolutely one of the best in training and after years of attending a lot of lectures like this, he still rates as one of the best.
Geo: He sure changed how I did radio from then on, Anita.
Candis Johns: I’m sure Mom made quite the impression when she drove that Cadillac all over town! The one you were probably intending to make, which she gladly usurped when you ‘lovingly’ drove ‘her’ car to her all the way to Canada.
Dad: Yep, and just like that, there I was back in my beat-up old T-bird.
Geo: Christine, can you believe that was five years ago and now she’s back home with a degree in psychology? You’re our hero, thank you so much.
Jan Hall: I’m off to Vegas in a private jet, Geo! Trust me, it’s the only way to fly. No check-in, no hassle with the bags, no lines, a perfect seat, and a fresh cup of coffee the moment I sat down. Oh, and did I mention that they also had Uber standing by to whisk me away to my hotel when we landed?
Geo: Fly like an Eagle Baby!
Geo: The only thing that could have possibly made that photo better Lesley, was if you were standing there with us.
Barbara Hilliard: Cami, from a quiet, little girl, to a shy little lady, an inquisitive and exceptionally bright teenager, and now a beautiful young woman, all in front of us! Take the training wheels off, it’s time to steer on your own! And you’re ready! We applaud your graduation and wish you continued success on your next and exciting adventure. If you were a tree, you’d be a peach. They’re the sweetest!
Geo: Thank you Barb, I’ll make sure Cami sees this.
Sweetheart Of The Radio: I can’t believe that you left me for an older woman!!!
Geo: And I regret it to this very day.
Geo: Speaking of books, beautiful, how’s your new one doing?
Geo: Miss Amber knows exactly what I want, how I like it, and she serves it up just that way.
Geo: I’m giving up birthdays, Lana, they just keep making me older. RIP beautiful lady. 🙁
Geo: As I recall, Jamie, you turned me on to red wine. You claimed that it would be a lot better for me than the Canadian Whiskey that used to be my usual cup of tea.
Geo: I knew that you were talented, Annie, but I had no idea that you were headed to the hall. However, I did have the idea that you may be too dangerous to talk to. You looked very addictive.
Jennifer Sunal Randall: Good morning Sir Geo Johns… I’ve got to tell you this, you always manage to bring a smile to my face. You’ve got a great personality and you’re such a doll even though you talk naughty to me. Hey, I can handle it. Seriously, you’re a dear friend who gets dearer to me all the time. Hugs, Kisses, and much love!
Geo: Jenn Jenn, you tell Kenny that if he ever does you wrong you’ve got a place to go and it comes with a million-dollar view.
Linda Duffy: I still remember the day you asked me to send you one of your one-liner zingers to our GM in Philly. It was supposed to read “are you still short,” but I typed it, “as you still short,” I thought you were going to shoot me.
Geo: Well they’re certainly powerful enough to not be afraid of me, Mary. In fact, they think I’m kinda wimpy.
Kari Summerfield: Our daughter has attachment issues, so good luck on her throwing much out before you pack her up in Tampa. I’m still storing 2 bins of stuffed animals, but that’s down from 5, so it’s gotten better.
Geo: It was like trying to put 100 pounds of stuff in a 10-pound bag but we got it done.
Raijanna Rose Morrow: I was so busy at work yesterday that I didn’t get a chance to write to you… I’ve missed our bantering!
Geo: It’s all good Raijanna, I was growing weary of all the cold showers I had to take after our bantering was done. RIP, Raijanna.
Mom: Don’t spend too much time by yourself Son, as I’ve told you before, “You have Hermit tendencies.”
Lindsay Boychuk: 3 cards!!! I love them all! Thank you for thinking of me. Love you. 🙂
Geo: I can hardly wait to see you and all your girls again, Lindsay.
Gayle Brammer: I’ll never forget our very first date which started off nice enough until the end of the evening when you ruined it. After what was a pleasant dinner, you actually wrote your phone number down and told me to call you sometime. I was never more insulted, but I got over it. 🙂
Geo: Anybody who has partied with Bill Walsh and the Forty-Niners back in the day when they were the World Champions, Kristine, is definitely welcome.
Geo: I believe you may be right, “Snookums.”
Geo: I don’t know what to say, Dana, it appears that you’re already doing well on TV?
Geo: No, thank you, Heather, I learned long ago that he who walks into the room with the best looking lady on his arm owns the room, and I did.
Geo: Wow, you’d be the first lady now and it would be his child you’d be pregnant with.
Geo: Well, ever since they got rid of the band, Miranda, it’s just not as much fun anymore. However, I sure do miss dancing with you, though.
Robin Solis: I spent about five hours each day writing original material for my next show. Your description sounded so familiar. I used Boardroom publications…can’t remember the monthly newsletter title. Spin magazine, SF Chron and San Jose paper to inform, educate, localize and write that punchline and at least one artist tidbit and hour. It’s damn hard work but my PD told me that he couldn’t wait to hear me Crack the mic. I was also paid the lowest full-time salary…which made the work even harder. But when the psychological abuse started, I quit.
Geo: I loved the first part, but I sure hate how it turned out, Robin.