My first job was a dream job. At the age of 16, when I got my driver’s license, I managed to get a summer job delivering prescriptions for Security Pharmacy in Lubbock, Texas.
Nothing could have been better than getting to drive all day! I was so past ready to get my driver’s license. I got my license later than my friends because we moved from Louisiana to Texas. I had to wait to take driver’s ed.
I, Bill Windsor, used to drive up and down our short driveway. We had an ugly green Valiant with push-button transmission. This is my Mom standing in front of the infamous green Valiant at our home at 3019 40th Street in Lubbock, Texas.
Walter Windsor holds baby Billy outside in Columbus in 1948.
Newborn Billy Windsor October 1948
Is this Billy Windsor shooting the finger in 1948
Infant Billy Windsor with giant bottle October 1948.
Infant Billy Windsor on blanket in yard in 1948
Infant Billy Windsor in diapers with blankets 1948
Bill Windsor 1948 birth Front page of New York paper October 1948
Profile of Billy Windsor in October 1948
Billy Windsor Baby Book 1948
Billy Windsor on chair 1948
Billy Windsor in arms of mother Mary Windsor in 1948.
Billy Windsor in hat sleeping in October 1948
Billy Windsor crying in 1948
William Michael Windsor smiling for the camera in 1948
Baby Billy Windsor on pallet on grass in 1948
Baby Billy Windsor in knitted hat in 1948.
windsor bill 1948 Billy in Marys arms 1948
Walter Windsor holds baby Billy Windsor outside in Columbus Georgia in 1948
Mary Johnson Windsor holds smiling Billy in 1948
My Mom was Mary Windsor, and she was the best mom ever! She was a stay-at-home mom.
And my Dad was Walter Windsor. He was the best father ever!
I was the first-born child. My brother and two sisters followed.
I was a very lucky boy. My siblings and I could not have had a better childhood. My Dad wasn’t paid what he was worth as the manager of television stations while I was a child. I always thought we were “rich.” We weren’t, but we had a very comfortable life.
I, William Michael Windsor, was born in Columbus, Georgia. My Dad and Mom had just driven to Columbus from California with my Mom almost nine months pregnant. Dad became the General Manager of WGBA Radio in Columbus.
We were living in a motel when Mom went into labor. Dad didn’t want his son to come home from the hospital to a motel room, so he raced out and rented this home at 2222 Buena Vista Road, Columbus, Georgia.