World Traveling Longhorn

Donald Parrish, BA ’66, Life Member, at the U.S. Military Cemetery in Manila, which is the largest American WWII cemetery in the world. His uncle Charles Parrish was killed in New Guinea at age 24.

Proudly displaying his burnt orange on yet another one of his travels, Parrish was named by BBC Travel as one of six Travel Pioneers for 2015, where they also described him as the “World’s Number One Ranked Traveler.”




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