Friends and Neighbors: Glynn Felkins

Semi-retirement sure keeps a guy busy

 

Penny Merryfield

Glynn Felkins talks with others at the old Kimball High School, now owned by the Plains Historical Society, following a workday.

Traveling through Kimball decades ago with his young family, Glynn Felkins never imagined he would one day call Kimball his home. Originally from Commerce City, Colo., Felkins said he has no regrets moving to Kimball with his wife of 52 years, Ann.

"We used to come through Kimball when we would go to Crawford to visit Ann's parents," Felkins said. "We used to stop at the old drive-in, Dogs-n-Suds, and then take the kids to the park, never knowing that we would someday live here."

Felkins was a construction worker in Colorado and he volunteered for twenty-two years on the fire department the...



For access to this article please sign in or subscribe.



 

Reader Comments
(0)

 
 

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2018