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    We are happy to announce that simplyconnected (Dave) has accepted the position of being our WEBMASTER, effective immediately. At this time, we would also like to thank SKYD (Marc ) for his time and efforts during his tenure and he will continue to be a valuable member of our site. We thank Dave for accepting this position and look forward to his input along with you our members and the administrators and moderators moving forward. Please join me in welcoming Dave to this position and his continued support to the structure our site.

    Regards, Dano
    Administrator / Moderator
    Dano Calgary,Alberta Canada
    Thunderbird Registry
    58HT #33317
    60 HT (Sold )

  • #2
    Hey Dave,
    Congratulation and thank you for taking this position. You have been such a inspiration to me and to Squarebirds! If there is anything I can do to help you in anyway, fell free to contact me.
    Once again Thanks!
    Richard D. Hord
    P.S. I still want to sit down with you for a few days and pick your brain


    • #3
      Thanks, everyone. I enjoy helping, and I wish to extend my greatest thanks to everyone who actively supports Alexander's legacy, "". He was great for starting this site, and we are blessed every time we sign on.

      Squarebirds Administrators, Webmasters, Moderators, and those who came before me, upheld the high standards and Family Content that Squarebirds is famous for. I hope to continue that legacy with your help. We are all members of this common labor of love; our Thunderbirds and Ford Cars.

      Driller has already helped, tremendously. He knows this site better than anyone, so I will follow his guidance.

      Ray Clark already has a list of tasks, cocked and ready to go. It looks like I'm going to be very busy. (Go easy, Ray... it's cruisin' time again.)

      Richard, you're a great guy. I'm counting on us meeting because you are very knowledgeable, not just about Thunderbirds, but all kinds of cars and trucks! Too bad we don't live closer so we could do a project together.

      Thanks again Dan and everyone, for allowing me to help. - Dave
      My latest project:
      CLICK HERE to see my custom hydraulic roller 390 FE build.

      "We've got to pause and ask ourselves: How much clean air do we need?"
      --Lee Iacocca

      From: Royal Oak, Michigan


      • #4
        Congratulations on your new position Dave.

        Chris....From the Land of OZ.


        • #5
          Thanks Dave for taking on this responsibility. You have been a great help to many of us and we appreciate your efforts.
          sigpic "Old Betsy" - my '59 convertible J9YJ116209 Thunderbird Registry #33341


          • #6
            Dave, congrats on stepping up to the plate. I am sure that with your remarkable attention to detail in all you do, that you will be extremely well fit for your new tasks assisting the Squarebirds forum.


            • #7
              Thank you for taking the job


              • #8
                Good on you for taking on the job, I'm glad we have this forum and somebody like you is bound to be an asset to it.
                A Thunderbirder from the Land of the Long White Cloud.


                • #9
                  Hey Dave, great news, THANKS!!!
                  What else can I add, congrats from Holland also!

                  Do you have any sparetime left beside "Squarebirds"?
                  (Just imagine what it might can become at your place)
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                  • #10
                    Thank You, Marco. You're right... I just got done wiring a heater at my favorite chrome plating shop. Upon arrival at home, Robin just pointed to the shower and wouldn't speak. (I heard her say, "And, SHAVE!") I might even use soap (this time)!

                    Today, the Fifth of May, I must take her downtown Detroit to celebrate Cinco De Mayo. She's American Indian/German & I am Welch, but today, EVERYONE is Mexican! It is a big party downtown and we go every year.

                    Ay, ay, ay, ay,
                    Canta y no llores, (sing and don't cry,)
                    Porque cantando se alegran, (heavenly one, for singing)
                    Cielito lindo, los corazones. (gladdens the heart.)
                    My latest project:
                    CLICK HERE to see my custom hydraulic roller 390 FE build.

                    "We've got to pause and ask ourselves: How much clean air do we need?"
                    --Lee Iacocca

                    From: Royal Oak, Michigan