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Bob Rose, Cynthia Neu and Jim Seeley.
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Cruise ship sails away from Aruba, headed home to the United States.

Royal Caribbean gave its Most Valuable Partner Award to the Fun & Fitness Travel Club®, presented by Bob Rose. Accepting the award is Cruise Coordinator Cynthia Neu and Program Director Jim Seeley (R). The travel club was selected above 104 other travel agencies in Delaware, Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. to receive this top performance award.

 
Jim Seeley

Chairman:
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Mike Williams
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Jim Seeley

Travel Coordinator/Media:
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Cynthia Neu
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Jim Seeley

Cruise Program Director:
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Jim Seeley
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Jim Seeley

Webmaster:
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Jim Seeley

Fitness Host Coordinator:
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Barb Batson
BarBatson@gmail.com

 
Jim Seeley

Yoga Instructor:
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Joyce Doucette
Joyce@Fun-Fitness.com

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As much as we enjoy traveling, "We're always glad to come home to the USA," says Cynthia Neu McCluskey. "In tribute to our soldiers we want to share the words of U. S. General Douglas MacArthur. It is our soldiers, after all, who make it possible for us to travel freely."

The Soldier

"When the Country is in need,
it has always been the Soldier;

It’s the Soldier, not the reporter,
who has given us Freedom of the Press;

It’s the Soldier,
not the poet,
who has given us Freedom of Speech;

It’s the Soldier,
not the campus organizer,
who gave us Freedom to Demonstrate;

It’s the Soldier who salutes the Flag,

who serves under The Flag;

It’s the Soldier who is called upon
to defend our American way of Life."


Douglas MacArthur
General of the Army

(1880-1964)

Ron McCluskey, Cynthia's late husband, was Commander of the American Legion in Texas in 1992-93. Having served in the 101st Airborne in Vietnam, he gave Cynthia a plaque with MacArthur's words when she was a cub reporter at the El Paso Times in El Paso, TX., in the early 70s. Cynthia was writing a report about MacArthur's one time top military aide in Manila, Dwight Eisenhower. Ron's plaque is still displayed in Cynthia's office today.

This page last updated: July 31, 2015