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4 Responses to “Thanksgiving Survival Guide”

  1. cathileen marchese said:

    Hey Bill~
    I happen to be searching the web and thought I would look you up to see how things are moving along for you.
    Congrats on keeping the ball rolling.
    We would love to see you again around the office.

    Happy Holiday’s from everyone at BYOG/Build Your Own garment.


  2. william "wild bill" abeling said:

    hey bill,

    wishing you and your family a safe and happy holiday. cheers to the hardest hitting football player ever. i was always impressed on how you continued to play on only until the whistle blew.

    i reside in vacaville. let me know if you’re ever heading that way (please support our local economy and visit our outlet stores).

    i’m 6′5″ and 315. looking to get back into my playing weight of 275. tough with 3 girls (6, 4 & 2) and the commute into SF!!!! any advice you can give would be great. i could sign-up for the “biggest looser”……

    cheers bill,


  3. Robert Le Guen said:


    I was wondering if I could get Mr. Romanowski’s mailing address as I would like to send a letter.

    I would greatly appreciate your help. Thank you very much.


  4. Bob Fischer said:


    I attended Columbia High School in East Greenbush and had Ted Romanowski as a football coach there. He sure was a big tough guy. I think he might be your uncle. I also remember Nick Budnowski who I think was Ted’s uncle. He was a tough hard nosed football coach of the Columbia High School Blue Devils in the 50s. I guess the tough hard nosed approach in in your genes!!!

    I hope you get a coaching gig somewhere to try out your new unique approach.


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