Lettermen Friends Club officially began on January 31 2015, taking the fan club in a new and different direction.

Mary Williams, Susan Silverthorn and Linda Avildsen were given the privilege to start this new club.  Linda Avildsen due to other commitments resigned on January 31, 2017.

We are happy to have Gail Myers join our team as of February 25, 2017.

 

Mary Williams – President and Treasurer

Sue Silverthorn – Secretary

Gail Myers – Vice President

I 'grew up' in the 60's in the small town of Shelby, Ohio. Like it or not, I never got into the 'British Invasion' as my heart was already taken by the sound of The Lettermen. I worked part time in high school....every other week, when I got paid, my first stop was at the only store in town that sold albums. Most of my Lettermen album collection came from those biweekly treks! Of course, my love of The Lettermen only deepened after attending my first concert in 1972 (Tony, Gary and Jim). Seeing many, many live shows of these 3 gentlemen through the years is at the top of my list of favorite things to do. To finally 'grow up' and get to know these wonderful guys and to count them as friends is a priceless gift....not to mention the extended Lettermen family and many fans who have become dear and treasured friends through the years. I know I have some big shoes to fill in joining Mary and Sue in continuing to make this great legion of Lettermen friends even bigger and better~~~all of us brought together by the best vocal group , EVER, The Lettermen!

Patrick Fullerton – Special Project Person

Patrick was born the same week, in 1968, that The Lettermen released their GOIN' OUT OF MY HEAD album. He first saw The Lettermen Live in concert by accident, Memorial Day weekend at Hershey Park, in Hershey, PA in 1985. Pat first met them in April 1987, while attending college in York, PA. Three months later, he attended their Fan Convention in Orlando, Florida. He continued to see them as much as possible during his college years.

He is most proud to have had the first ever published book on the group (in 1994). And is equally proud of the friendships he has made with the fantastic fans of this trio over these many years. "Their music has been a huge part of my life and I can't imagine living without it and the friends I've made." And, although, his main focus is raising his lovely and talented daughter Megan, he continues his love for The Lettermen.

"I am thrilled and honored to become a part of The Lettermen Friends Club and continue a tradition of not only unity, but Peace, Love and Harmony." When asked his favorite songs, he said none are not favorites, but his daily playlist includes:
LOVE IS BLUE / GREENSLEEVES, TOUCH ME IN THE MORNING / THE WAY WE WERE, PRECIOUS AND FEW / CHERISH, ONE MORE SUMMER NIGHT, WHAT I DID FOR LOVE and PROUD LADY OF AMERICA.