RoseAnn V. Shawiak (October 6,1950 / New Jersey)
A Complacent Gentleman
A complacent gentleman, singing karoke in a pleasant voice.
Full of character, humor - a mischievous smile and twinkle in his eyes.
Taking over the crowd at the cafe, getting smiles and laughter all around.
An infectious personality, kind heart, and disposition.
Totally in tune with whatever song he sings to us.
A pleasure all the way around, as we clap again and again, rejoicing
over his live performance.
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