Stan Gerding

Dear Grandson: Playing Baseball with My Son and Camp Pendleton

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In his latest “Dear Grandson,” Stan Gerding talks about his continuing career and education, and playing baseball with his son.   Dear Grandson, I am on rotation in the hospital lab and signing up for college classes from Chapman College of Orange California. I am taking an English and Math course that I will be attending two nights a week for ten ... Read the full article
Stan Gerding

Stan Gerding is a retired veteran after 23 years in the Navy that included a tour of duty in Vietnam as a Corpsman, 1968-1969. He has since been the administrator of various healthcare organizations, a high school science teacher, an author, a singer, and is the father of Greg Gerding and grandfather to Jack.

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Dear Grandson: On Driving Across America

In his latest “Dear Grandson,” Stan Gerding shares what it was like driving across America from Virginia Beach to California with his family in a tiny Chevy Vega in 1976.

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