1969 News Clip of Jane A Wriston

Although Jane never married, she never sat around all alone doing nothing. I grew up hearing about all her travels during war times with the USO. She kept busy State side as well with the Red Cross. I am so glad that I had the chance to spend some one on one time with her when I was around 13 or so. She took me out on the town shopping and dining. I was witness to her very first trip ever into a McDonalds. I wish I had more opportunities to see her and hear her stories. The things we don’t appreciate as kids sometimes do come back later in life to haunt us as an empty void in our hearts.


Walter Wriston

Video of his view at the time of what would grow into the social media of today. At about 20 min in, he makes the smartest statement about how it’s the factory workers on the floors of industrial sites that most often know more about what needs to be done than the supervisors.

1925 Rialto Fire Glens Falls NY

1925 Fire Rialto Glens Falls

In 1925 the Rialto Theatre on Warren St. Glens Falls NY, suffered a large fire. This is the same address listed in a 1929 directory for the work place of Celia Marie Micks, Celia M Colburn.

George William (Bill) Wriston III

The only record I can find at this time of his service record dose not contain a photo. Information contained is Birth 6/25/1942 Death 1/26/1996 Lists cause of death as “Natural”. Our family notes first hand that he had a massive heart attack at his home in Delmar, NY. His service was in the US…