To the Editor


December 8, 2022

Gloria Family memories

To the Editor:

Way back in the late 1930s and the World War II era, at the top of Lumber Street, in what was then called the “Gulley”, there lived a family known as the Glorias.

Lewis Gloria, an immigrant from the Philippines, worked for Earl Ohmer at Alaskan Glacier Seafoods. He was married to a native of Kake and together they had four boys and two girls. I remember two of the children, Fred Gloria and Isabel Gloria as classmates in the third grade class of 1938 and as members of the Lumber Street Gang, which included, amongst others, Alan Williams, Leif Wika...

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