Suzanne G. Beyer

Remembering Bob Harmon

There are some people you first meet for an interview you just know you’re in for a memorable treat. Bob Harmon was one of those people.

Reading! Wasn't for Me!

Petrified, my face reddened, and my entire body shook when she announced, “These are the students who didn’t do the assignment.”

There's No Place Like Home!

The forward-thinking residents were simply way ahead of their time

The Paper Boy

"I delivered newspapers to that house," I screeched in the quiet theater while watching the movie, "The Godfather."

Remembering WWII with Charles Robert (Bob) Harmon, Professor Emeritus Seattle University

Bob Harmon, a Private First Class (PFC) fought in the Battle of Normandy, the Battle of the Bulge and served as one of the Monuments Men recovering artwork and treasures stolen by the Nazis.

In the Footsteps of a High School History Teacher

Suzanne was inspired to visit Bastogne, Belgium after reading her high school teacher’s memoir about his time during WWII. She was surprised to find a museum in the town honoring her teacher, Vince Speranza, and his 101st Airborne Division.

D-Day 75th Anniversary

On the beach at St. Laurent-sur-mer in the Normandy region of France, a metal monument protrudes from the sands

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