2/25/2018 Passing of Classmates's Family Members
Two of our classmates recently lost loved ones. Sandra Lynn Branch Barnhardt lost her younger brother, Timothy Virgil Branch, on February 16, 2018. Tim was 67.
Betty Jean Goff Jones lost
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12/5/2017 Passing of Perry Samuel Key
Perry Samuel Key, youngest brother of our own Becky Key Vance, passed away on December 1, 2017, surrounded by family members. Please keep Becky and the entire family in your thoughts and pra
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10/8/2017 Richard Earl Pigg
Richard E. Pigg, former husband of our Sarah Lee Hutchinson Pigg, passed away on Sunday, October 1, 2017, in Waxahachie, TX. Please keep Sarah Lee and the family in your thoughts and prayers
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Who's Who in 55th Reunion picture:
Traynor Hurst, Marlene Branch, Joyce Conger, Glenda Copeland, Carolyn Bennett, Patricia Horne, Gail Walker, Laurel Bird, Peggy Lloyd, Martha Lucas, Karel McMillan, Bobby Joe Horn, Kay Moseley,
Lowell Sims, Lendon Gibbs, Tommy Pittman, Virginia Spradley, Myrna Goff, Snookie Rigdon, Dorris Vance, Patricia Vance, Bernice Sullivan, Mary Lou Greer, Becky Key, Mary Ann Cooper, Sandra Blanchett,
Bobby White, David McElroy, Billy Wayne Causey, Tommy Parkman, Bob Merritt, Charles Swain, Harlene Robertson, Robert Sledge
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I currently reside in Ashland, Alabama, near the foot of Cheaha Mountain. The land in this area is mostly pine woods, but not the flat kind like in Tifton. We have lots of hills, creeks, rivers and lakes. Lots of rocks, too! It is a quiet life, as is most small town life, but we enjoy the community. The people are mostly related to my husband's family or people he grew up with.
We have one daughter, Laura, who lives in Birmingham and plans to be married in October of this year.
I have enjoyed all the e-mails that Becky has been forwarding, catching up with everybody after only 50 years! Ha!
I spend most of my time at "volunteer" jobs, including the First UMC, President of the UMW,
coordinator for Meals for Bereaved Families, Woman's Club, and my favorite, volunteering at SIFAT. SIFAT is a training ground for short and long-term missionaries that emphasizes using local resources to improve a society in the areas of health, food and nutrition, agriculture, water and sanitation, housing and micro enterprises, to name a few. Of course there is a Christian Spiritual aspect, but the founders found it hard to teach spirituality to people who are hungry or ill or whose children are ill. My husband, Max, got me started while he was cooking each week for their students and faculty several years ago.
It is really an amazing operation.
We also enjoy working in our yard. He loves basketball and football and I enjoy needle arts and crafts and beading. He has heard me talk about Tifton for 41 years and we are both very excited about our Reunion. See y'all there!
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