Dale Boswell - Creative Services Director/Team Tracker Member
By: Lynk Paul - Editor/Team Tracker Member
Richard Boswell, is my friend and I consider him family, fortunately
for me he feels the same way too. He always accuses me of being a
talented writer, so it is only fitting that I honor him, with my
literary prowess on this his 55th birthday. In my efforts to do so, I
will endeavor to prevent this tribute from resembling or having any such
likeness to a eulogy. Some things I cannot promise, I can only hope
that I am as good a writer as Dale thinks I am.
Dale is indeed a
man of many talents and has amassed quite a vast collection of
achievements and accolades over the years, which are eternally notched
on the belt of his illustrious career. His biggest achievement however,
and I suspect, would be the discovery of his life time, his lovely wife
Robin and ultimately their children and grandchildren.
often wonder why this veteran superstar and legend in his own time would
want to call someone like me friend or even care to know me. I have
known Dale for some months now and we spent a lot of time conversing
back and forth. My initial synopsis is that he is either an escaped
mental patient, he means to capture me and harvest my organs and sell
them on the black market or maybe because of his fame, he needs to study
me and learn how to be a no-body and blend in.
analysis and observation of the situation yielded very strange results.
None of the above turned out to be true. Therefore, I must concede
the following: Dale is very famous yet humble, honest, respectful,
caring, witty, loyal, intelligent, trustworthy, talented, resourceful
and nothing more than a great man with a great family, a big heart,
monumental achievement in the music and entertainment industry, a
graphic artist, and maybe a few more that he keeps hidden for a rainy
Dale rubs shoulders with some of the biggest names in the
entertainment industry and also Robin's too. I didn’t think that people like
him with so many friends and of a high caliber too, would choose to be
friends with me. Yet he still took the time to know me and call me his
friend, even paid me a complement or two, OK, like a hundred. OK, I
admit it, I’m awesome. That says a lot about the strength of his
character as a man and his worth to me as a friend. To me, that is more
important than all his achievements. For what is the measure of a man if
he has no strength of character and honorable virtues.
Richard Boswell, I salute you and celebrate with you on this your 55th
Birthday, your life, your achievements and most of all your friendship.
May you always have good health and strength, stay forever young my
friend, live long and prosper…..yeah, I just had to throw that in there
for theatrics……more effective……OH, and may the force be with you!!!!!!