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               Monday, June 10 2002  

Where are they now?
Tammy Sue Mervine


Tammy Sue Mervine in 1976 senior picture, left, and in 2002 with family members, right.

February 26, 1958, is the birthday of this Twin Rocks native. Tammy is a 1976 graduate of Blacklick Valley High School, where she was an honor student. She's also a graduate of Cambria-Rowe Business College with an Associates in Accounting, which has proven to be invaluable, as Tammy holds the dual position of office manager and accountant at a Ford dealership in Ephrata.

Married since July 1977 to Stanley Klisiewicz,Tammy, Stanley, and their three children; Christopher 24, Matthew 22, and Kimberly 17, make their home in New Holland.

Winning the Betty Crocker Homemaker Award in high school and family camping trips to various places are tops on her list of memories of growing up in Blacklick Township. Tammy comes "home" to visit and renew family ties approximately six times per year. Time permitting, she enjoys reading and playing bingo.The Klisiewicz family are members of The New Holland Church of the Nazarene.

Anyone wishing to send greetings, may send them to HRoses2@peoplepc.com.

If you have a suggestion for a subject for Where Are They Now, please write Judy Rose at highlandrose43@yahoo.com.

In-flight funnies (series)

In light of all the recent air security that's been put in place, crew members try to lighten the mood. Here are (allegedly) real examples of how they make the in-flight "safety lecture" and their other announcements a bit more entertaining.

"There may be 50 ways to leave your lover, but there are only four ways out of this airplane."

"Thank you for flying Delta Business Express. We hope you enjoyed giving us the business as much as we enjoyed taking you for a ride."

As the plane landed and was coming to a stop at Washington National, a voice came over the loudspeaker: "Whoa, big fella. WHOA!"

After a particularly rough landing during thunderstorms in Memphis, a flight attendant on a Northwest flight announced, "Please take care when opening the overhead compartments because, after a landing like that, sure as shootin' everything has shifted."

— Sent by Trudy Myers

 

Thought for today

The true Christian is the one who seizes the kairos, the present opportune moment and turns it into "the sacrament of the present moment." For each moment is indeed a precious sacrament of God's grace. C. S. Lewis writes in the Screwtape Letters that God wants people to attend chiefly to two things: "to eternity itself and to that point of time which they call the Present. For the Present is the point at which time touches eternity." Paul Evdokimov said once, "The hour through which you are at present passing, the person whom you meet here and now, the task on which you are engaged at this very moment—these are always the most important in our whole life.

— Anthony M. Coniaris, Daily Vitamins for Spiritual Growth

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