My deepest sympathies for your loss. Sherry was always a smiling face at the bank and would always ask about my travels in the military and how long I was in town for. She seemed to anticipate those visits, because it usually meant I had a large bag of coins to turn in and she loved to look through the quarters. I will miss her when I come into town and drop by the bank. Michael R Schroer, Yorktown, VA
Boots, Renee & Larry, Mitch, Mark & Connie;
My deepest sympathies go out to you for your loss. Wayne was a great man. I remember growing up at the store or down stairs shooting pool. He will be greatly missed.
I agree. I had a soldier re-enlisting in 98 while I was the Agent in Charge of the Ft. Leonard Wood Field Office. I wanted to do something special to commemorate his re-enlistment, and thought have the ceremony in the Governor's mansion. She denied the request of having the ceremony in "her home"; however, later she had a fund raiser there. Thanks to Rep. Vogel, because he came through and made the day special for my NCO and his family. The military is only convenient to the left when it gets them what they want, after that; we're a nuisance.
This from the same former state first lady that denied a request I submitted requesting to have a soldier re-enlist in the Governor's Mansion. Yeah, she's for the troops when it is convenient for her.
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