Then and Now
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Date Listed: 6/4/2011
Fr. Frank Keenan, C.P.
5700 N Harlem Ave
Chicago, IL 60631
Date Listed: 7/30/03
723 N County Rd 500 E
Paoli, IN 47454
U. of Louisville, MSSW
Southern Hills Counseling Center, Jasper, IN
Married to Nancy Garth 1975. 3 boys: Garth, Luke, & Chase.
Date Listed: 8/11/03 (1/15/2011)
13737 25th Ave. NE
Seattle, WA 98125
Bellarmine BA (1969), University of Kentucky PA (1978).
Military 6 yrs, physician assistant 21 yrs in orthopedics at Harborview Med Center (UW), now with Orthopedics International, Seattle, WA.
Married to Anh Thach. Stepfather to three awesome teens, Avon, Tony & Andrew. (Step-fatherhood proved to be a near-perfect arrangement, as an earlier battery of genetic profiling followed by a monetary settlement, stopping a slice short of surgical intervention, was contracted with the State of Kentucky to ensure that my gene pool, as they put it “would splash no further.”)
At times even now I still enjoy reminiscing the Prep days—each classmate a different memory, days filled with laughing, much kindness, and hilarious pranks, hiking, building forts, the scent of the air at night in the spring and autumn. What is easiest to remember is how I felt, and that was very happy. Sometimes when I’m stuck in a line, I try to recover one memory that I haven’t thought of since those days. A memory of that nature doesn’t surface often, but when it does it stays with you a very long time.
Though there have been many wonderful times and many memorable personalities whose life I’ve had the good fortune to share, I remember the Prep days as being the happiest time of my life.
Date Listed: 7/1/03 (1/15/2011)
4522 S McDowell Ave
Chicago, IL 60609
Visit Roland's web site: www.rolandkulla.com
Bellarmine BA, University of Chicago MA.
33 years in social work, mostly public child welfare in Illinois, part time teaching at U of C. Switched to painting full time in 2002.
Relationships:I had a partner for a dozen years, but that ended in 1990. I've been on my own since then, and actually doing a better job on the solitude thing than I ever did in the seminary - and my cell is much more tastefully decorated.
Brochure, ca. 1960