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11/18/2012 6:00:00 AM
Retirement: Farewell Party
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A going away party for Delmer and Linda Grommon was held at the Moose Lodge on Oct. 25, hosted by the Filipino-American Community (Pioneer) Group.

Delmer and Linda moved to Kingman in 1999 and thought they would stay. During the time they have lived in Kingman, 13 years, they also lived in the Philippines half of each year because they cannot tolerate the cold weather.

For 13 years, they have been going back and forth. Delmer, a Native White American, has fallen in love with the Philippines, which later made them decide to move there for good. They sold everything they had here in the U.S.

Prior to moving to Kingman, Delmer Grommon served 22 years in the U.S. Navy and retired in 1976. After retirement, he started his own business in San Diego, and owned the Transmission Shop and High Auto Dismantling.

He had that business until they both decided to settle in a smaller town and chose Kingman.

Friends and relatives said that it was sad to see them go. They were nice and very hospitable people. Linda, who loved to cook, cooks not just for a few people but for a battalion. They will surely be missed a lot.

We wish them good luck in their new place.

Lastly, before they left, they gave 30 pounds of canned goods as a contribution to the coming holiday food drive project of the Fil-Am group.

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Reader Comments

Posted: Friday, November 30, 2012
Article comment by: Cristy Mckenzie

Hello Linda and Del,

How are you there? We miss you here but its okay as long as you are enjoying. Im gonna visit you when my sister and I will visit Phil.
next January or February 2013.

Regards and keep in touch.


Posted: Thursday, November 29, 2012
Article comment by: Jenny Paulsen

To my dearest ate Linda and Del, we will definitely going to miss you on our regular get together here in Kingman. I feel sad to see you both leave. i wish you Good luck and all the best there in the Philippines. Please let us know when you come back here in Kingman,Arizona.


Posted: Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Article comment by: Paul & Sandy Beckwith

Del & Linda....Two of the nicest people to walk on the face of this earth. We will miss you both and hope to see you in the PI and again here. Good Luck with your new adventure.
Love from Sandy & Paul


Posted: Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Article comment by: Armi De Vera Davies

Hi Again... Thanks to all attendees, your contributions, and most of all to Steve and Edith for picking up the delicious Barbecue Pig (lechon) from Las Vegas. It arrived just in time. It makes a lot of difference when a retired Navy Officer is taking of business. A big appreciation and thanks to Gabriela from Dolan Springs for becoming a good dancer. She surely looks stunning on the floor after we got her into our disco and ballroom dancing...Way to go.... God bless us all... MERRY CHRISTMAS... SEE YOU ALL AT OUR 24TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY.....

Posted: Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Article comment by: Del and Linda Grommon

Thank U all for the best wishes we will miss U all and the partys Thanks Armi for the posting. the weather is rotton 82 degrees HAHA
Love and best wishes to all


Posted: Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Article comment by: Leni Freeman

Hi Ate Linda and Del, hope everything is well with you guys, surely you will be missed in every occasion...Happy Thanksgiving and enjoy your holidays.....Take care and God Bless!

Posted: Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Article comment by: Miles and Steve Bauman

Ate Linda and Del: We thank you for your warm friendship and the good times we shared with you will always be remembered. Good luck on your new journey and hope to see you again in the future. God bless and hugs!

Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Article comment by: Editha Weyh

Hi and Happy Thanksgiving. Thank you for all the wonderful times at your home. We will really miss you. Hope everything is going well in the Philippines. Hope to see you soon. Take care.

Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Article comment by: Maria Fiddler

Hello Linda and Delmer. I hope things are going well for you in the Philippines. When the newspaper article said you don't like the cold, I know what you mean. I am originally from Buffalo, NY, so at least I have it a little warmer here in Kingman, Yeah! It was nice to be able to see you one more time at the goodbye party. Best of luck in this next chapter of your lives. :)

Posted: Monday, November 19, 2012
Article comment by: Mila Cenquigrana

Hi ate Linda and Dell. How are you guys doing? How is the Philippines? We miss you a lot. Visit soon and Happy Thanksgiving. Love you and miss you.

Posted: Monday, November 19, 2012
Article comment by: IRENE DUCCINI

THANK U VERY MUCH FOR ALL THE WONDERFUL TIME... WE WILL ALL SURELY MISS U BOTH....TAKE CARE & ENJOY LIFE TOGETHER....

Posted: Monday, November 19, 2012
Article comment by: Nilda Cox

Hi Del & Linda sorry was absent at your going away for a while party ( I know you guys are coming back because you will miss us ha ha ha) .My daughter had a baby girl and that's our first grandbaby so I have to go to CA to be with them.See you again soon. Happy thanksgiving and Merry Christmas. Take care.

Posted: Monday, November 19, 2012
Article comment by: Gabriela Silang

It would have been wonderful to have a lechon for the Pioneer party. .. I know we can bring them from Las Vegas...So they won't get lost...Hopefully for the next party Lechon and dancing will be procured...

Posted: Monday, November 19, 2012
Article comment by: emmie jones

Dear Dell and Linda, how are you doing? Having fun yet? Just to let you know howmuch I miss you and deeply appreciate all the things you have done for the group. Hope you are enjoying the ggod life there.So long for now, I love you!!!!!!!!

Posted: Monday, November 19, 2012
Article comment by: Myrna Hornback

Hi. It's okay for you to live in the Philippines as long as you come back and party with us sometimes... Armi said, her door is open to you both anytime.... Board and lodging free but you do the cooking he.he.he.

Thanks for everything. Good luck and take care.


Posted: Sunday, November 18, 2012
Article comment by: ARMI DAVIES

HI DEL AND ATE LINDA. WE MISS YOU ALREADY... HA HA. THANKS FOR EVERYTHING. WE WILL SEE YOU THERE IN THE PHILIPPINES.

TAKE CARE ALWAYS AND REGARDS...




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