To The Editor:
Last Tuesday evening we attended a free Evening at the Museum featuring the life and times of Ralph Gregory, a Washington-born centenarian and principal founder of the Washington Historical Society and Museum.
Mr. Gregory is blessed with an incredible life full of accomplishments and achievements.
Most importantly, at 102 he’s still contributing to Washington and to the world.
Thank you, sir, for your incredible gifts.
The most important things I learned from you were keeping a positive attitude, a good sense of humor, and the strong desire to continue learning no matter what one’s age or station in life.
Thanks to everyone for an inspiring evening.
We are so fortunate to know Mr. Gregory and be members of such a worthwhile entity.