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According to Nana, Katie got a job at The James P. Wilmot Cancer Center at the University of Rochester Medical Center. It is a state-of-the-art clinical cancer center. Its focus is to provide outstanding care for people with cancer by offering the latest and most effective therapies in a compassionate setting.
Kelsie’s confirmation will be April 9, 2019 @7:00 PM at the Sacred Heart Cathedral, with Bishop Salvatore Matano.
Looking at this little dude just makes you smile…
If you would like to send Bev a sympathy card- here is her address…
4361 Perth Rd.
Indian Land, SC 29707
Updated picture of the river…flooding not done but currently it has receded some. Water was over the garage roof and up to the upper cabin- A BIG FAT MESS!
The above is Lloyd’s place (buildings with red on them) at the river (were we did our camping in the RV)- and the river has not crested yet. Going to get worse. The river bank is about 100 yds behind the cabin- it is way out of the banks. From experience- floods are yucky to clean up after- this one is going to be worse than 1993. River out in Parkville as well. Say a prayer for safety and a quick reduction of water and clean up.
My beloved husband, Joseph Vaughn Pearson, father of Jason Pearson and Lauren Pearson-Vernon, father-in-law to Luke Vernon passed away peacefully on March 20, at 5:55 a.m. at the Blake Assisted Living facility, in Indian Land, SC. Most of you know he battled Parkinson’s Disease since 2009. We will miss him terribly – he was the kindest, most loving man, and touched many people with his presence and smile. A private burial was held this morning with family and his Baha’i community at Forest Lawn East Cemetery in Matthews, NC. A memorial Service will be held Sunday, March 31st, 2:00 p.m. at the Baha’i Faith Charlotte Community Center, 3514 Marvin Road, Charlotte, NC 28205.
Memorials can be sent to the Parkinson’s Association of the Carolinas. We appreciate all your love, prayers, support, and kindness at this time.
Silvie has the urge to move…dancing away…
Bad weather in Kansas CIty- nothing new this year. Road conditions will quickly deteriorate overnight and into Sunday as snow and low visibilities develop across the forecast area. Further aggravating hazardous road conditions, 20-25 mph wind gusts throughout the day Sunday will produce areas of blowing/drifting snow.
Today is moving day…Kelly moved with the help of Kim & Clark and Darian & Dane moved with the help of Kris. Don’t forget to send me your new addresses!
Matthew is 15 months old!
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