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#151 GAH

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Posted 25 November 2007 - 17:28

For those of you who have inquired about a possible book being written by Howden, I have had the opportunity to read excerpts form the portions of the manuscript he has completed so far. The book begins with Howden's childhood, life in New Zealand, his involvement with cars/racing then his arrival in England to pursue his racing dreams. What I have read so far is very interesting with many great stories about the people and events Howden encountered along the way. The manuscript is a work in progress and when it is completed and published, it will be a book I'm sure any racing fan will enjoy.

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#152 vernschuppan

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Posted 02 December 2007 - 02:39

Ol’ Jude, the stories we could tell, but we won’t! Lots of memorable times and thousands of laughs over 30 + years. Especially memorable were the birthday, Christmas, and Easters in Portugal, due to you guys.

I always felt privileged when Judy invited me to stay at Bray during my single trips to the UK. Through that we then all became residents on Temple Mill Island. Sunday nights were Tandoori nights and we still think of you over a curry here in Australia. HG we hope over time, will manage with a whole tooth pick.

Jude and HG in these past years, an inspiration to us all. Her many interests always lived to the full.

Vern and Jen.

#153 Jerry Entin

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Posted 02 December 2007 - 03:42

Welcome to the Forum Vern.

#154 Dennis Marwood

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Posted 20 December 2007 - 08:01

Howden is now visiting us and it has reminded me of a dinner we had at our place which included Howden and Judy together with a former NZ Champion driver and past member of the BRDC Ross Jensen and wife Hazel, also in the picture is Paul and Suzie-Jane Stichbury. The picture tells it all, fond Memories of a great evening.


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#155 ErinKondratieff

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Posted 03 January 2008 - 20:36

Originally posted by Mirage
Judy Ganley was one of the great lady timekeepers and lap charters. She
timed and charted in Formula One in the early 70's and then in Group C in
the 1980's. She had that incredible ability to time a large number of cars
on one watch, and to keep a lap chart at Le Mans without a break for the
whole 24 hours. That takes enormous stamina.

On Howden's thread there is an interesting discussion of the 1973 Canadian Grand Prix, which mom was charting. She always swore that Howden won the race. She had the lap charts to prove it, but was not consulted by the organizers, who ended up with a very different result. After several days of poring over the charts, official and unofficial, Mom & Howden concluded that he should have come in first or at least third in the race.

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Posted 04 January 2008 - 03:57

Howden and I drove down to Taupo on Jan 2 to lunch with Chris and Tish Amon - lots of laughs and I'm pleased to report that work has recommenced on 'The book'.

With respect to timekeeping prowess, and more particularly the 1973 Canadian GP, I refer to initial post on this thread and the interview I carried with Judy back in Feb 2003 - when she and Howden were last here. It had occured to me that I'd read Howden's account of the race but never Judy's. I attempted to fix that with my column in the October 2003 issue of NZ Classic Car.

#157 ErinKondratieff

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Posted 20 January 2008 - 05:02

There is a new thread about John Watson here on the forum. I submitted a post that he is a great
golfer as well as being a great driver. This is a picture of him receiving an award from Mom at the
2004 Howden & Judy Golf Day event. It was a fun day with a lot of laughing!
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Posted 13 February 2008 - 05:44

Originally posted by ErinKondratieff

In his MotorSport article, Doug Nye talks about CanAm Readings of 1971. Post #71 by Mirage also talks about the readings and has a picture of Mom & Denny Hulme, who loved the readings. Doug also mentions Mom’s memorial service. . . Sir Jackie Stewart delivered a beautiful eulogy, including humorous remarks about the famous CanAm era “readings” that mom was famous for.

Here is Judy in front of the old Tyrrell transporter at Laguna Seca. It is appropriate in that Judy
was at many of the GP's in the 70's era and knew Jackie and Francois well - and was friends with
Ken and Nora Tyrrell as well. She was also at Le Mans with Howden in 1972 when he and
Francois Cevert drove the Matra 670 to second place.
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Posted 12 March 2008 - 19:16

Originally posted by LOTI
The tree is a copper flowering cherry. The thing was....I went to the garden centre and asked for a giant Californian Redwood and strangely they said there was little or no call for them in West Sussex, well, if you were a tree, what sort of tree would you be? I thought Judy was a Redwood but some times you have to settle for what you can get! Many years ago our friend Eba Grant died and on the day I went to the garden centre the cherry was flowering its little socks off and did so every year on the anniversary. Judy died the day after Eba so I very much hope that this little tree will grow into a big beautiful tree and flower every April to remind everyone.
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In reference to the above, I have several photo's of Judy's tree taken about 10 days ago. I'm struggling to upload them at the moment but when that problem is resolved you will be able to see that the tree is in bloom already, obviously keen to be getting on with things. Very appropriate!
Steve.

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#160 Denise Ganley

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Posted 16 March 2008 - 22:20

Originally posted by S Sharp


In reference to the above, I have several photo's of Judy's tree taken about 10 days ago. I'm struggling to upload them at the moment but when that problem is resolved you will be able to see that the tree is in bloom already, obviously keen to be getting on with things. Very appropriate!
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See attached photos. Regards Denise.

#161 Eric J Kondratieff

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Posted 25 March 2008 - 16:25

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Here is another picture of Judy's tree. I love how the tree seems to have leaped ahead of all the other trees in blossoming; just like her, getting things done well in advance of the deadline. Can trees be competitive? Go, Judy's tree, go!

Seriously, I wanted to post this additional image of renewed life during the Easter season as a symbol of hope and comfort for all. Also, to commemorate two important days in Judy's life: March 25th, 1959 (Erin's birthday, today in fact--Happy Birthday, Big Sis!) and March 23rd, 1962 (my birthday, just passed). The last couple of days mark another sad milestone for us, as it is the first time in nearly 50 years that Mom has not been able to celebrate our birthdays with us; but we know she's thinking of us and we, of course, never stop thinking of her. We love you, Mom!

Happy (belated) Easter to All!

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Posted 08 April 2008 - 16:18

Judy Ganley to be honored this year by the San Francisco Region of the SCCA:

Judy Ganley will be inducted into the Region’s Hall of Fame at the Hall of Fame Regional Race at Thunderhill Raceway on July 26. Judy was a very active SCCA racer in the 1960’s and early 1970’s in a Sprite and Mini Cooper, in addition, she served the Region as a two-term Treasurer, Assistant Regional Executive, driver observer, driver instructor, corner worker and in public relations. She was also the first female board member. Judy also represented the SF Region during her trips as a driver to the Sebring 12 Hours races in 1970 and 1971.

Later this summer, Judy’s name will be inscribed on a memorial brick which will be placed by the SF Region in the Walk of Fame, a brick pathway which parallels the racetrack leading up to the top of the famous Corkscrew turn at Laguna Seca Raceway.

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Posted 23 April 2008 - 21:11

I'm about to leave on a business trip so may be out of interweb contact but as we close in on the first anniversary of Judy's passing - Howden, Erin and Eric, my thoughts will be with you all.

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Posted 27 April 2008 - 22:59

Howden, Erin and Eric, we are thinking of you on this one year anniversary of Judy's passing. I can tell you from my own experience that time does help but you never get over the sorrow.

love Denise, Steve, Georgia and Olivia xxxx

#165 ErinKondratieff

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Posted 14 May 2008 - 06:52

Thank you all so much for your kind thoughts. We still miss
her every day, but we know she's with us in spirit! And it is
very comforting to hear from friends and family at this sad
anniversary time!

Best to you all!
Erin

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Posted 14 May 2008 - 06:58

Another photo just for fun... Tiff Needell was another player at a couple of the annual 'Howden and
Judy Golf Days' and he won the singles part of the compeition in 2003. Here he is at the 2004 day,
receiving a 'special prize' in this case for being the only man playing that day who had been seen
driving his TVR on the slowing down lap at Silverstone standing up in the drivers seat (waving to
the crowd) . That had happened some years previously, but Mom & Howden thought it was so funny
that it still merited a prize ! As a former Grand Prix driver Tiff played for the 'Racers' team in the golf.

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Posted 14 May 2008 - 07:17

My that 12 months have gone so quick just like Judy used to drive on the track. :up:

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Posted 17 May 2008 - 05:53

Judy was a member of the Blackhawk Women's Golf Association and in her honour in 2007 we had the inauguration of the Judy Ganley Award for the Most Improved Player. The recipient of the award went to Joni Scott. A photo will follow shortly. Howden and the family expressed how touched they were with this tribute and to know that Judy will still be a part of Women's Golf at Blackhawk. It's seems that Judy has been an inspiration all her life and continues to be. We all want to win that throphy! Judy we miss you.

Kathy Every-Burns
Blackhawk Women's Golf Association Committee

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Posted 20 May 2008 - 23:20

Originally posted by kathyeb
Judy was a member of the Blackhawk Women's Golf Association and in her honour in 2007 we had the inauguration of the Judy Ganley Award for the Most Improved Player. The recipient of the award went to Joni Scott. A photo will follow shortly. Howden and the family expressed how touched they were with this tribute and to know that Judy will still be a part of Women's Golf at Blackhawk. It's seems that Judy has been an inspiration all her life and continues to be. We all want to win that throphy! Judy we miss you.

Kathy Every-Burns
Blackhawk Women's Golf Association Committee

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#170 ErinKondratieff

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Posted 12 June 2008 - 16:42

Here's a better picture of Joni Scott with the Judy Ganley trophy. This photo and the two
previous ones were kindly supplied by Kathy Every-Burns. Thank you Kathy!

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Posted 24 June 2008 - 16:33

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The above photo is from the August, 1969 Cotati race program and shows Judy leading a Spitfire out of a turn during an earlier race at Cotati. This was the second car Judy raced having previously owned a bugeye Sprite. Later next month, Judy will be inducted into the San Francisco Region of the SCCA Hall of Fame for her many contributions to the Region during the late 1960's and early 1970's.

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Posted 26 June 2008 - 14:24

Today is Mom's (Judy's) 69th birthday or, as she would like to put it, the 40th anniversary of her 29th birthday; it is also her and Howden's wedding anniversary.

Normally I would have bought Mom a funny card--and I have seen many that I know she would laugh at heartily-- but today I would like to offer the words from a song by a wonderful performing duo known as "Coyote" (Marcy Brenner and Lou Castro) who live, compose and perform on Ocracoke Island in North Carolina's Outer Banks (they also perform all over the South Eastern U.S.). Their music is Folk/Bluegrass, one of Mom's favorite genres. The song, "Another Year Blooms," was written by Marcy Brenner in honor of her mother, Charlotte, who passed away recently after a long and valiant struggle with cancer. It accurately reflects something of the spiritual and emotional ties that continue to bind together the hearts and souls of loved ones, despite the physical separation imposed by one's passing.

Another Year Blooms

My garden in Springtime
Returns you to me
In heavenly hues
That could make the living weep.
The earthly fragrance of a rose
Fades from me.
With each season grows
Something new.
Another year blooms.

Your hopes and your dreams
Pass down to me
And keep you ever by my side.
Like the tide speaks to the moon,
You call on a celestial dime
From a mysterious room.
Another year blooms.

Every year the rhythm of the
Daffodils in Spring
Reminds me of your hope
To have another chance to sing.
Even still, now, without you,
In spite of Winter's gloom,
Another year blooms.

I have in a drawer
Souvenirs and memories,
Silver strands sealed in time
Reaching across the fine line
In between
Our laughter and our tears.
A bittersweet perfume,
Another year blooms.

Another year blooms.


Happy Birthday, Mom. I miss your friendship, counsel and humor every day, but especially today.

Love,
Eric

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Posted 26 June 2008 - 16:53

Happy Birthday (and Anniversary) Mom! We love you and miss you every day! Funny birthday cards aren't so much fun now that you're not here to give them to! Love, Erin, Eric and HG xoxoxo

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Posted 26 July 2008 - 06:34

In 1978 the Ford competitions department ran a contest to find a new lady
rally star. They had 2000 applicants, which they whittled down to 600, and
then conducted a series of tests to find a winner. Judy was selected to be
among the 600, and acquitted herself very well at a test of 100 held at a
special stage in a gravel pit near Frome.

One of Ford's greatest rally stars, Roger Clark, was present as a judge. Here
is a picture of Roger with Judy, taken in front of the Ford Escort which was
used for the tests.
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Posted 26 July 2008 - 21:09

Very nice, warm and touching tribute to your mother!
I also lost my dear mom and I know what you feel...
All my sympathy too and best wishes for Howden Ganley, one of my Seventies heros!
You're a great family!

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Posted 01 August 2008 - 20:26

The annual San Francisco Region of the Sports Car Club of America (SFR/SCCA) Hall of Fame awards presentation was held on Saturday, July 26, 2008 at Thunderhill Raceway which is owned and operated by the region. Four inductees were honored including Judy Kondratieff Ganley for her service to the region in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. Besides an accomplished racer, Judy served in several administrative and board level positions and was the first women board member in the region. Judy now joins a very select group of individuals in the Hall of Fame alongside others including Joe Huffaker Sr., Kjell Qvale, Frank Schultheis, Dr. George Snively and Marty Kaufman.
Present to accept the award were Judy’s husband, Howden Ganley and daughter, Erin Pritchett (see attached photos). Both Erin and Howden spent time before the presentation, meeting and reminiscing with other attendee’s who had raced, worked or knew Judy during her time with the SFR/SCCA.
At the conclusion of the presentations and following dinner, the audience was treated to a showing of a proposed television pilot in the 1960’s entitled “The Thrillseekers” which starred Judy and her brother Ralph. The showing was of particular interest to those in attendance since there were numerous scenes of old Laguna Seca and two other, now defunct Northern California racetracks, Cotati and Vaca Valley. It was a fitting end to a very nice evening.



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Posted 08 August 2008 - 03:17

The images in the last post are redisplayed here in a larger size so they are easier to view.


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#178 ErinKondratieff

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Posted 06 September 2008 - 07:43

Thanks so much to everyone at Thunderhill and with the SCCA who participated in this wonderful event!!
It was much appreciated by both Howden and me! (Mom would have been embarrassed, but so pleased!)

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#179 Jerry Entin

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Posted 07 September 2008 - 17:36

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Judy Ganley - photo taken about 1968
Very nice to see Judy honored by her SCCA Region.
photo Gil Munz - scanned for site Ike Smith.

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Posted 23 September 2008 - 22:49

Wonderful photo of the Hall of Fame award being presented to Judy Ganley's daughter Erin (second from left) and Howden (far right) by SF Region Steward Mary Lou Robson (left) and Regional Executive Mike Smith (next to Erin). Just like her mother, Erin is a real tropper because even though she was smiling in the photo, she was not feeling very well at all that evening having come down with a stomach ailment. Immediately after the presentation was over, Howden took her back to the hotel so she was unable to enjoy the rest of the evening.

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Posted 30 September 2008 - 00:01

Today, Tuesday , September 30th there is a golf tournament being played at Maidenhead Golf Club, in Berkshire, England, for the Judy Ganley Memorial Trophy. Judy was the Ladies Captain at Maidenhead in 1995. Today's tournament will be played ( medal competition ) by forty-eight ladies from Maidenhead, and surrounding golf clubs, where Judy competed for many years.

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Posted 05 October 2008 - 10:55

I nearly fell off my chair today....I was watching the 400th replay of Steve McQueens Le Mans from 1970...and I swear...Judy was in one of the pit shots with her short haircut and a yellow halter neck top..was I seeing things?

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another look-a-like

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hmmmm, maybe not..its a nice thought though :)

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Posted 15 October 2008 - 02:32

I have never heard that Judy had a part in Le Mans movie,
although the second picture does look rather like her. She
did star in an earlier movie, the pilot of a proposed TV series
called "The Thrillseekers", made in about 1965. Parts of it were
filmed at Laguna Seca and at two of the now closed race tracks,
Cotati and Vacaville.

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Posted 20 October 2008 - 22:39

Linda Davis (Ladies Captain 2008), Pam Squire, Howden and I. We are presenting Pam with the Judy Ganley Memorial
Trophy. Pam is the first of what we hope will be many future winners of this wonderful event!

44 ladies played in the tournament at Maidenhead Golf Club on September 30th 2008.

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Posted 14 November 2008 - 22:57

In clearing out some files I came across this article on Judy's early impact on the sports car community.

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#186 ErinKondratieff

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Posted 15 November 2008 - 20:49

Thanks Gary! I have a copy of this article too, and it's always annoyed me, because it says Mom was the mother of two sons, NOT as it should have been, one daughter and one son. Left me completely out in the cold!! LOL!

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Posted 26 November 2008 - 19:36

Thought I would let you know, I saw the Sprite Judy drove at Sebring a few weeks ago doing a shakedown test in Texas.
The car is a credit to the owner, much love & care. And original.

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Posted 19 December 2008 - 01:37

Originally posted by Graham Davies
Thought I would let you know, I saw the Sprite Judy drove at Sebring a few weeks ago doing a shakedown test in Texas.
The car is a credit to the owner, much love & care. And original.

Did you happen to get any pictures that you could post here? It'd be interesting to see how it looks now!

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Posted 19 December 2008 - 09:03

Originally posted by BT8

Did you happen to get any pictures that you could post here? It'd be interesting to see how it looks now!


and the Drivers name written on the guard is??.... :up:

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Posted 07 January 2009 - 18:08

The following photo was taken at the relatively new Sears Point Raceway (now Infineon Raceway) in Sonoma, California. Photo was taken during a race in 1970 in her Mini-Cooper which was entered in the C Sedan class.

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Posted 30 January 2009 - 08:29

Howden has asked me to mention the piece about Judy in 'Inside the Doghouse' [the history of the Doghouse Owners' Club] as remembered by the members. I say this because Erin has been asked to scan the page in, as I can't [as in,don't know how] and Howden thought it might be of interest.
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#192 ErinKondratieff

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Posted 20 February 2009 - 20:23

From Inside the Doghouse - the fabulous book put together by Loti (Thank You Loti!!)
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Posted 21 February 2009 - 11:31

Thank you for that, Erin.
Credit for the putting together goes to Simone Grant, not me, I just did the easy bit, [the nagging] which I must modestly say, I am rather good at!
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Posted 24 February 2009 - 07:04

I meant to add this paragraph about the above posting about Loti & Simone's book:

Loti is referring to a wonderful new book which has recently been published, although very modestly she has not said that she is the Editor. It is entitled “Inside the Doghouse” and is described as ‘A brief history of the Women’s Motor Racing Associates Club – known as The Doghouse Owners’ Club’. It has been put together by Loti and the design and layout are the work of Simone Grant, daughter of Eba and Gregor. It is really a history of the cabarets and pantomimes staged by the Doghouse Club over many years, which raised very large sums of money for charities, usually those which had a connection to motor racing. Many of the ladies who played in the cabarets have written about their memories.

Mom joined the Club soon after she first arrived in England, and she loved to sing, dance, and act, in all those great shows. I was lucky enough to get to go to the rehearsals for the 1979 show! What a fun bunch of ladies!
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Posted 26 March 2009 - 01:17

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What could be a photo of a modern day vintage race is actually a shot of Judy in her Mini leading a pack of cars around the turn five at Sears Point in , 1969. Interesting group of cars which includes two Minis, a Bugeye Sprite, an Abarth and what looks like an NSU.

#196 ErinKondratieff

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Posted 27 April 2009 - 08:03

Today is two years since Judy Wood Kondratieff Ganley left us. We miss her as much today as ever.
We love you mom! Forever, Howden, Erin & Eric

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Posted 27 April 2009 - 17:52

Judy's bravery and example to others is not forgotten in this household :cool:

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Posted 27 April 2009 - 18:40

My thoughts are with you and the family Erin and I know my Mum would pass on her love.

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Posted 27 April 2009 - 19:10

Originally posted by David Force
Judy's bravery and example to others is not forgotten in this household :cool:


Nor here.

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Posted 27 April 2009 - 20:58

I never knew Judy or even knew of her but after reading this thread (which must be the nicest thread on the forum) I can only say that I wish I had known her.

As they say in Africa: "She cast a tall shadow"