Wednesday, July 01, 2015

BJ Reference Library retiree Sandy Bee met Glenn Lynn at a summer meeting of a winter skiing club that traveled to Put-in-Bay at a time when the only skiing possible was on the water.

Sandy and Glenn were in the club for about a year, but never went beyond a nodding acquaintance.

But something clicked in Put-In-Bau that summer. Today, July 1, they are celebrating their 26th wedding anniversary. 

Since they belonged to a ski club, it seemed natural that they went skiing in the Tyrolian Alps of Austria on a delayed honeymoon.

Sandy plays viola and Glenn plays the saxophone in the New Horizons band in Cuyahoga Falls.

Writes Sandy:

“Happy 26th Anniversary to my Glenn. It's been a wonderful ride. Love you the most!!!”

Sandy survived a 2009 head-on traffic accident caused by an unlicensed, uninsured driver in a stolen car who is still in the Ohio penitentiary for his dastardly deed.

After her exit from Ol’ Blue Walls, Sandy spent eight years at the Orrville and Wadsworth libraries. She lives in Doylestown with Glenn.

Sandy was divorced and began her college life at age 30 as the mother of two children.
Sandy’s father, Henry Fuller, parachuted into France on D-Day. He was among 126 survivors of the 792 who jumped with the 502nd on The Longest Day. There’s an exhibit about Henry in the MAPS (Military Aircraft Preservation Museum) just off Akron/Canton Airport.  Henry and Arline Mitchell Fuller were Sandy’s parents.

If you want to congratulate her and Glenn, her email address is or you can go on her Facebook page.



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