Jerry and Jan McVey have found something to do with their retirement years. They have been doing missionary work within the United States with the group called NOMADS. NOMADS is “Nomads On a Mission Active in Divine Service”, an organization which provides volunteer labor for United Methodist organization. The couple, Jan, 76, and Jerry, 79, attend the Donovan Methodist Church, but the organization doesn’t just aid those who are part of this faith, she said. “You don’t have to be Methodist.
It’s a father and son fishing story that will be told through the generations. Andrew Rice and his father Robert took some alone time out at sea on a week-long trip to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., with mom, Holly, and sister, Tracie, recently. The women were on the beach when Andrew reeled in a six foot, five inch, scalloped hammerhead shark with his dad. Dad, Andrew said, had the biggest grin, smiling ear to ear as his only son pulled in the shark. “This was the happiest I’ve ever seen him.
Dr. John Martin is know by many, and many have known him since they were young, as he helped put a nice smile on them.Alan Martin knew him when both men were younger. He said “John was 11 years older than me. I’ve known him all my life. He and his brothers were great guys, playing with us,” said Alan as a former neighbor. That friendship carried on into adulthood as Alan worked at Iroquois Federal while Martin was on its board, 1973-2012.
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Selecting a term
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