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I remember the thrill of leading our high school band down King Street in New Orleans for Mardi Gras (I was head majorette).I remember representing Waynesville in the Miss North Carolina Pageant, and yes, I twirled my baton to the tune of ""Dixie"". I married the man of my dreams (tall, dark, and handsome) on December 16, 1967 and from that day on I was proud to be Mrs.Just two years later when another baby girl was born, I became known as the middle sister of the infamous three Fisher Girls, and the world was changed forever. Moody planted the seed that eventually led me to becoming a teacher.As a child I walked to the old Hazelwood Elementary School where teachers like Mrs. I proudly started my teaching career at that same elementary school in January 1968, and from there I went on to teach young children in the neighboring states of Virginia, Georgia, as well as Florida where I retired after 25 years.I remember being the bride in our Tom Thumb Wedding in first grade and performing skits for the 4-H Club later in grade five.
Take care, Alf & Marge Our deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family.
Deepest condolences, Cory, Ronnette & family on the loss of your Mom & Grandma.
We all probably know that we are not on this earth forever; but, it really hits home when you lose one of your parents.
Peace, Prayers and Blessings to each and every one of you....
We hope you have enjoyed your visit to Helmsdale and that you will come back on a regular basis and perhaps actually pay a visit to our village.
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