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MARGO
STEPH

MELLO
HOWDY DO
SAM

HERO
WITH

 

MARGO

by: Eighty Bug

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Karen

by: Eighty Bug

Original Custom Song and Video for Life long Nurse Karen

STEPH INFO

(BIRTHDAY)

Loves:

Tinned fish

Spreadsheets

Structured activities

Alternative 90s music

Lisa Loeb

Muddled mint

Murder mystery parties

 

Hates:

Mustache art

Dale Chahuly

FInger guns

SONG FOR STEPH
by: Eighty Bug

Steph you are the Best

We wanted to attest just how awesome you are

In case you forget 

We want you to know How amazingly awesome you are

 

Many moons ago when we stood around the cooler

chatting bout our boss who couldn’t be cooler

that’s YOU, that’s YOU!!!!  

 

woooooooah

 

Spreadsheets LIKE no other 

nothing like a mother 

cause your so much fun

who 

doesn’t love a mystery of murder

muddled mint mojito 

er can o the best sardines…

I MEAN!!!!  I mean… you’re never mean…. WE LOVE U!!
 

And I promise right here and right now oh we won’t clown around

We won’t be apart of some tacky…. mustache art for your birthday no way

No Finger guns at all bang or gross Dale Chahuly, hulu, HulAA? whatever

Only the best day ever for the best boss ever

 

We’re sad we can’t celebrate together

But our love for you doesn’t wain

we can blame it on the weather

or send showers of love your way today cause Happy Birthday!!!

 

Steph you are the best

 

CHUCK MELLO

(BIRTHDAY)

Was in the Navy,

 

Has 6 grandkids,

 

Loves woodworking 

 

Has been married for 50 years to Melody

 

No matter what you need he will drop everything and help you out.

CHUCK MELLO
by: Eighty Bug

I know a man a father and friend

who has been there from the beginning and stays till the end

who knows what it means: to know what it means to be true

He’s lived and and he’s loved, he’s served and he’s loved

He’s worked and he’s loved, it shows and he’s loved

Six grandkids, is a flurry of love but chuck stays cool 

                              

        And he likes keep it mello  ooohhhhh

  yeah he likes to keep it mello  ooohhhhh

chuck he likes to keep it mello  ooohhhhh

                     and mello is cool  ooohhhhh

70 years young and still going strong

Di thought we’d make it special and write you a song

but the melody that you had all along

Is the best one to have on your mind 

They’ve talked and they’ve loved, they walked and they’d loved

They’ve lived and they’ve loved, even fought but still loved

Always there when needed, with a hand or a hug

5 decades of love ….. Melody and Chuuuuuuuck

 

      Oohh they like keep it mello  ooohhhhh

yeah they like to keep it mello   ooohhhhh

        Chuck and Melody mello   ooohhhhh

             making mello so cool    ooohhhhh

So the last thing we’ll say, sing or share

is how you show:  how you care;  being there

and we’re all grateful for the lives that we’ve spent being mello

And the more that we see and learn and we know

it's not hard to wanna be part of it all

so If you don’t mind I'd like to be a mello

                                     

  and we can keep it mello

yeah we can keep it mello

        I wanna keep it  mello

            cause mello is cool

            yeah mello is cool

 

HOWDY DO
by: Eighty Bug

JIM SWAN

(BIRTHDAY)


Works in the yard EVERY day

ShopS at Trader Joe's

 

Saves ALL broken items for "spare parts"

 

Doesn't throw ANYTHING away even if you get him a newer version (same wallet for decades)


Favorite greeting is "Howdy-Do"

HOWDY DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

                   

There was a swan named Jim with a plan 

He liked to take things in the hand

He was a tinker of sorts with a quick retort

“I’m sure I can use that again”

He went to the Traders Joes stand

Howdy Do there Joe don’t you know

I need to get stuff for dinner with the fam

but now I have go

 

A swan name Jim had a plan

he liked to take things in the hand

He was a tinker of sorts with a quick retort

“I'm sure I can use that again”

 

As this Swan named Jim mucked along

he scoured for treasure on his walks

There's a robots heart

we can use for spare parts

when we need to make a robot song.

Spare Parts /// Spare Parts ///

 

Now Swan spends his days in the yard

watching the kids play hard

Amy & Kaden & Roy and Eli

hold you in great regards 

7 decades since the day you were hatched

so much built and fixed and patched

we love you so and we're so attached 

grandad and dad un matched

     

Howdy DO Howdy Do Howdy Do

Howdy DO Howdy Do Howdy Do

Howdy DO Howdy Do Howdy Do

 

NOT BAD!!!! AND YOU!!!

 

SAM  PRESS
(80th BIRTHDAY)

Husband, father, brother, uncle

 

Excellent psychiatrist, World traveler.

In the early 1960s he  rode his motorcycle from Baltimore to San Francisco to go to the Haight-Ashbury district where he was intimately involved in starting the Haight-Ashbury Free Clinic. 

He and his wife Suzi and their very young son Brahm were part of a VW bus caravan which went from Eastern Europe to India where they landed in Pune at the ashram of Osho Rajneesh, becoming Osho sannyasins.

 

Later he and Suzi lived for over 35 years in a rural area of upstate NY at Soaring Hawk, a 75-acre farm, where they hosted many 3-day summer solstice parties, utilizing the wood-fired sauna on the banks of their ½ acre pond. 

 

Although Sam is of East Coast Jewish heritage, Buddhism became an integral part of his life and he became a Tendai Buddhist priest.

 

Sam loves classical music and Indian food. His son now lives in Thailand and, alas, Sam is a widower.  He has a little dog named Cottonball and he rides a special tricycle. 

 

Being of relatively good health, he is the first Press male to reach the grand old age of 80!

Song For Sam
by: Eighty Bug

4 score 20’s and 40’s the sixties now eighty!

Life filled with brilliance and love galore and travel adventures in patience

Do you know who I am    

I am Sam     

And I’ll ride my trike from Baltimore to San Fran

We can meet me on the street ….at eight    

Ashbury and Haight …. At the clinic

They all know who I am 

Who I am 

 

This is a song for you Sam

Husband to Suzi and father to Brahm

Not afraid to jump in a van 

across the whole world to enlightenment.
 

But a light has a path of its own and Suzi and Sam and Brahm they moved on 

And followed a Soaring Hawk to a place that they would call home.

         

Spending endless days healing minds and spirits 

nights by the fire on the banks of our feelings        

And love is the music and I can still hear it    

So many moons so bright and so brilliant

A lover of music, a foodie, a traveler with Cottonball by his side                                

A teacher, an adventurer off it all.

With the patience of a priest but that came later

           

This is a song for you Sam     

Just want you to know how much we all love you

brother and father and uncle and mentor and helper and everyone's friend.

       

This is a song for you Sam

About your amazing life, love and friends             

I'll sing it again and again    

We all love you sam.    

We all love you sam.

 

Oregon Episcopal School

(150 year anniversery)

HERO SONG
by: Mike Danner

The theme this year is ... superherOES


The school is celebrating 150 years.

A hero isn’t someone, who
possesses nerves of steel
Her courage comes from
inside his story’s very real
Don’t have to be invisible or see through walls of clay
No need to fight the bad
guys in some science fiction way

They’re not the ones in comic books, flying through the air
No, a hero is simply the one who takes the time to care
And so to you who’ve shown us what it means to be so strong
We’d like to show some love to you with this simple song

Thank you for bein a friend
Thank you for lending a helping hand
To all of you we send out a rousing cheer

Thank you to the OES
Inspiring us to be our best
As you have done for 150 years

Thanks to the teachers and staff
Someday we’ll share a hug and a laugh
But until then...
Thank you for being a friend!