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Our Daughter, One of the Coaches for this little winning
Team..! Ann Our Daughter, is the 3rd person in the top row,
either left or right in the top row. She is very active in school programs, and has as well as her husband Ray, coached their
own teams for a few years now. The above photo is from a
local newspapers write up of the: Norwood Braves Major
T-Ball team and has the following story....
Norwood Takes First..! The Norwood Braves Major T-Ball
team came in first place in the Tri-County League in 7-8
age-group play. Norwood compiled a fine 13-1 record. Team members include, front row from left, Hope Jenkins, C.J.
Newport, Kayla Busby, Sierra Roy and Ryan Cowan. Middle, Raichel Snellings, Rebecca Morgan, Brittany Kellison, Shawn Wright, Destiny Tinker and Tyler Beeler. Back, coach Jimmy
Morgan, coach Scott Kellison, coach Ann Robinson
(our daughter), coach Jeff Cowan and coach Ray Tinker.
As reported by the OakRidger Newspaper.
Our daughter Ann really enjoys working with young children,
and stays very active in groups and programs, as well as seeing
that her children are active in school and community activies,
as well as with their friends. We don't see much of her as she
stays so busy, but she keeps in touch, and stops by as often as
time allows her to do so. When her Daddy, my husband, Dale,
had to have open heart surgery in Jan. 2003, Ann did all she
could to help her Daddy, and be there for him, even with all
her other activities, and family responsibilities. We are very
proud of her, as well as our Son Willy, and of course all our beautiful grand-children.
Our Daughter Ann. Special and sweet.
Bud my husband, and Linda Ruth his sister. Taken at Lake Rudolph Resort, in Santa Clause, IN, where my husband's
family meets each year for their family re-union. Linda
(she hates the name of Ruth!), is helping her brother set up
his satalite. She calls me a wimp, for many reasons!, and I
tend to agree on some things, that I am.
This lady can do anything and everything she sets herself to
do. There seems to be no job, or challenge that she can't do,
or won't at least attempt to do. Like driving the biggest
motorhome they make, (she can keep up with any of the big
rigs out there..!) and do it on any road!, or do her own hook-
ups at the camp sites, change a tire, drive all around the
country. Her dear husband Rick, just relaxes and leaves the
driving to her. Me, I get lost in my own familar territory..!
This little lady is much to be admired, and loves her family
with a passion...!
Rick, Linda Ruth's Husband. A quite, friendly and kind man. Loves his wife and family, and enjoys leaving the driving
My husband's brother Albert, (Abby to me), and his wife Mary.
A wonderful couple, and great family members. They come
visit us here in Tennessee on their way to their summer home
in Fla. We enjoy seeing them very much. This picture was
taken at the family re-union last year, at Lake Rudolph Resort,
in Santa Clause, In. The Parker Re-union is held there each
year. Mary, Abby, and Linda Ruth are the main, ( I guess you
would say, or leader's) of the family re-union. Linda Ruth
handles all the details of notifying the family each year, as
well as the details of the big day's dinner and such. When
you think about it, gathering a number of people to a certain
place, at a certain time, on a certain day, and seeing that
everything is prepared for it, that in itself is an
Ma, (my grand-mother, my mother's mother) Hattie. This
woman is the dearest woman to me. She delivered me at birth,
when I was born on top of Windrock Mountain, now 62 years
ago, the doctor was late getting up there, and my grandmother delivered me. She said I actually took care of that myself, for at
the time my older brother Dickie, had to be seen to, because he
lost his breath, ( he did that I guess when he cried), and the
woman that was with my grandmother was in a lock hold
around her neck by my mother..! so there was no one available
to hold me as I arrived in the world. My grandmother got to
me as quickly as she could leave my brother, and she said I
was as tiny as could be, and looked like a little mouse..! She
gave me my middle name, Carol. She has always been there
for me, as well as my parents, but Ma understood me, Knew
when things were troubling me, even without my having to
tell her. She loved me, just as I am. I have wonderful
memories of my Ma, and she will forever be dear to me.
She and my husband's mother, Irene, were in many ways alot
alike. They were both strong women, who were independent,
and strong in tough times.
Bud (my husband), me, and Olivia (front left) with Hannah
(front right). Our grand daughters by our Son Willy.
Our Son William, (Willy to me..!) Quite a young man, indeed. Loves his girls and new baby son devotedly. We don't get to
see much of Willy, but we understand that with a family, work,
and other interests, it's sometimes hard to get around to just
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viewing the pictures of our family. I have enjoyed sharing
this with you. If you would like, we have an additional
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