My name is Richard L. Hadley,
a retired music educator
from Detroit, Michigan now living in Thomasville, Georgia with my wife Patricia Lloyd
Hadley. Thomasville is
a small Southern town near North Florida called "The City of
Roses!" I'm glad you are visiting here today. I am proud to say that the information
was generated on my MAC G5 computer.
My experiences on the computer came as a result of
an assistant to technology instructors in classroom workshops while helping
teachers to develop computer skills, typesetting for a printing company and typesetting
curriculum guides for a public school system. My main profession is Music but found myself expanding
my attention to computer researching for information on the web. Seeking New Adventures
Research for higher learning was my main focus. So, that is how the title of
this site began.
this home page I will introduce our site and highlight important areas of
interest such as the final resting place for Lt. Henry O. Flipper and his family, the Jack Hadley Black History Museum,
family reunion information and the parent's home of the Heisman Trophy winner, Charlie Ward, Jr. For your information: Thomasville,
a historic city and was one of the cities where truck
loads of ice was brought to be available for the Hurricane Katrina victims on the Gulf Coast in 2005. See
links about Katrina and Relief Support
in my website.
Fishing for Classmates!
Do you know any graduates from the colleges below?
“Learn from the past, live in the present, plan for the future”
Click here for Richard Hadley's FAMU RattlerRoundup Marching "100" site!
Fisk University Alumni Site
Fayetteville State University Network - "The Bronco Roundup!"
Delaware State University Roundup
Lincoln University Roundup
My FAMU Marching "100" Web Site (Search-Richard Hadley)
Richard's YouTube Site. See videos!
Please bookmark our site for easy access.
Just to get you started, I have listed a few links below. Some links may change their subject content from time to time
as they rebuild and update their web sites. This, I have no control. It is assumnd that as you enter my site and others,
you will perserve and protect this site's policies and others. Your visits are important to me! More links are offered in
other pages of my web site.
The Official U.S. Government Site for People with Medicare
Bernard and Shirley Kinsey Collection of Black Art "The collection is wide-ranging. With more than 90 works, the show includes
art, artifacts, vintage photos, books and letters. There is a copy of the Emancipation Proclamation, as well as works by such
noted artists as Jacob Lawrence, Sam Gilliam and Romare Bearden." - Palm Beach Post