Although their daughters are adults now, the family remains very close. Robert and Debby visit the girls frequently and they are always available to help out in emergencies, such as the premature birth of twins to one of their daughters. Debby and Robert 's daughters ' have chosen different paths in their personal lives. All of them are working at professional jobs and two are married and raising children. A third daughter, who has two children, was married to an Indian/American man who followed the Hindu faith.
She has only lived in BG and Napoleon. The schools she has attended were BGSU and Napoleon. She has blond hair green eyes and she is 5 feet and 2 inches tall. The hardest time of her life was the death of her brother because he was her only brother that she had and he died at a very young age.
My dad 's mom, Diane or as I call Mimi, was born in 1934 and grew up in Saint Louis, Missouri. Her family was pretty wealthy and her dad owned an auto-part store. She went to school at Culver-Stockton College, where she was the Homecoming Queen along side the Homecoming King, Wilt Tramberlin. Before
She was born in Durango, Colorado. Also she was born on July 13, 1942. She now is a resident in Saint George, Utah. She has two brothers; Martin the oldest and Bruce the youngest. In her life the jobs she’s had were: housewife; waitress; commissary manager; bus driver; city bus driver; shuttle bus driver; delivered meals on wheels; cab driver, and CDS (sales representative).
Have you ever heard the phrases “Holy jumping Hannah!” “Mother of Love!” “God be good to them” or “I’m gonna do what the devil never did”? If you have, I am almost sure you have met Marleen Sullivan. She is a Michigan native, and the mother of four and grandmother of fourteen!
Jennie has one living sister Betty Jean Cockrell of Macon Mississippi. Jennie leaves to cherish her memory: 3 sons: Floyd Jr (IL), Gregory (CA), and Farley (IL) 1 daughter: Monique (IL) and a host grandchildren and great-grand children: Romario, Sicilian, Estrella, Brian, Marquise, Theresa, Trevon, Tianna, Diamond, Antjuan, Monesha, Jennie, Julian, Omari, Leticia, Sharah, Samantha, Sharlene, Jahvonnia, Krystal, Darryl and Kendra, and a host of nieces, nephews, sister-in laws, brother-in laws, other relative and friends. Uncle Ellis and Aunt Dorothy……”I Love
Sister Linda was self-employed for several years as she raised her son while her husband worked full time. She may look familiar to some of you as she was a top seller in the makeup business for several years and won a brand new Ford Thunder Bird. In 1982 Sister Linda’s husband went home to be with the lord and she went back to school to learn “Wang word processing” in order to upgrade
Beth believes her spiritual gifts that led her to be a womens minister include teaching, leadership and administration. She has been the womens minister at HHBC for 18 years and currently has a five year plan to change the way womens ministry functions. It includes moving from events to focusing on the individual women and their relationship with Christ. Over the years Beth has learned many things about womens ministry. They include to remember that there are always two sides to every story, women are some of the strongest people she knows and women in general need encouragement.
My mother, Elma Haney was a proud and very strong-will woman. Strong-willed is a kind nice way of saying whatever was on her mind, she would share with you. Now if you asked for that option that was your own fault. There were plenty of times she would give you advice you did not solicit. On a side note for those who know me, that is where I get it from.
She said that she expects a Bachelor Degree from my brother and I. We are both enrolled in Rockingham Early College. My mom has a passion for people, as a employee at RCC she is able to donate to different charities and organizations such as United Way, the Angel Tree, the Salvation Army and she has also had the opportunity to help sponsor scholarships for RCC students . Not
Jimmy Sharkey was my other brother and my dad had a baby with someone else but and not my mom. Logan was baby sat by Gloria Sund. I remember a story that Gloria told me that when she was babysitting Logan that he said for Gloria to baby sit me when I was born.
“To put yourself in another’s place requires real imagination, but by doing so each Girl Scout will be able to love among others happily” (Juliette Gordon Low). The author of this quote started an organization that has grown to 2.7 million girls. Juliette Gordon Low wanted to do something for the young girls of the world that could make them a better person. The lessons she taught the girls were to have a greater outlook of life. Juliette Gordon Low has positively influenced many young girls because of the traditions she started over 100 years ago.