Name: Justin Eagle
Message: John Henry Eagle, who is in one of the photos on the site, was my grandfather. It was great to run across this picture of him I'd never seen before. Thanks!
Name: Susan Michlik
Message: Celeste, I am so blessed to have the privilege of knowing you. You are a true treasure not only to the people of Magnolia, but to anyone who has the honor of knowing you. May God continue to bless your life.
Name: Rick Presley
Message: Thank you Celeste for your untiring love and devotion to record the history of Magnolia and all of us who have served in the United States Armed Forces. 2012
Name: Clayton Gouyton
Message: Hi, I am always glad to find relatives or friends of the family from the "old days". I am working on the Gouyton family history with Gayle. Thanks, Clay Gouyton
Name: Clayton Pierre Gouyton
Message: Pierre Gouyton and Marguarite were my great grandparents. John and Mary Anna were my grandparents. Clayton and Ruth Gouyton were my parents.
Message: Hey Celeste! Thank you for all that you have done to preserve the history both in Magnolia and at the "Dog House". I am amazed at your energy and determination!!! It was such a pleasure to travel to DC with you to the WWII memorial!
Name: Mike McGinness
Message: My father was pilot that taught the WASPs in WWII at Avenger's Field in Sweetwater Tx. We have photos and the 1943 Year Book! firstname.lastname@example.org 713-910-1919
Name: Ginger Ware Astolfo
Message: Celeste, The Magnolia community is so much richer due to your lifelong hard work and dedication to preserving and documenting early Magnolia history. What a legacy you have given to all. My grandparents and parents would be so proud of the work we have done together to preserve their legacy through the Dr. James M. Ware Medical Museum project. I am blessed to have known you all my life and thank you for being my mother's friend and mine. I love you dearly. Ginger Ware Astolfo, June 29, 2010.
Message: too young 1940 now too old, but my heart "holds" the dreams...