Thank God that you have been released from your prison ordeal. We have been praying for you during these years that God would strengthen you in your time of trial. Now we hope that it is over.
Several months ago I had a phone call from your son who was passing thru Prin. Since we now live about 15 miles out of town we couldn’t arrange a meeting at such short notice. I hope he calls again so we can get together.
We are enjoying having Sam and Eileen here on the faculty. We had them out here for dinner the other night with some other faculty members. I showed them the Korea pictures I had when I was over there. We had a good time reminiscing, and your name came up several times.
We are enjoying retirement a great deal. I am still working on Septuagint research and lecturing and preaching a bit.
We are now grandparents for the first time. Ted’s wife presented us with a granddaughter 9 months ago. She is a doll! Ted is a lawyer in Doylestown nearby, and Susan has a publishing job in Manhattan and is happily married.
We are all well and happy. Mrs. Fritsch is busy with numerous church and club activities in Prin. God bless you and your in the days to come, and we are especially happy that you are free again.
Charles T. Fritsch