Live their in the forties fifties and early sixties.
Keith was born and raised in this old Richwood Cherry River Pulp and Paper Co. house behind Campolio grocery store on Riverside drive in the 40's 50‘s & 60's (the street had no name and they got their mail at the main post office in Richwood WV). and in 1954 the Cherry River was up to the top of the back door of the house, ( it was the 1954 Flash Flood ) his love for the area runs very deep, just like the Cherry River did that day. Keith has such wonderful happy memories of the people who lived there. He fished in the Cranberry and Cherry rivers and Summit Lake. Went swimming at Cherry River Falls and his playground was the old Richwood Paper Mill and the swinging bridge. He would remember family vacations, going up on Cranberry camping and swimming at Camp Splinter and they would have a big family reunion at Woodbine and have loads of fun, the sixties were the greatest of time. He was proud to say that he was from Riverside Drive Area of Richwood WV.
HOPE IT IS STILL THE FRIENDLY LITTLE STREET IT WAS THEN!