AAFA 17th Annual Meeting and Family
Alford American Family Association, Inc.
2004 Meeting Report – Baton Rouge, Louisiana
By Max Alford, AAFA President and #0715
Wow! What a great meeting we
had in Baton Rouge this year. In July, it looked as if we wouldn’t have enough
members attending to field a softball team but after all was said and done, we
had a total of 122 people that attended some part of the meeting. The
camaraderie felt by all was unbelievable. There was a lot of renewing of old
friendships and the making of new ones.
The first function of the
meeting was a Wednesday tour to New Orleans. We were told to be in the hotel
lobby by 8:20 and the bus would leave at 8:30. Most of us were in the lobby at
the appointed time but there was no bus; 8:30 and still no bus; 9:00 and no
bus. But finally a little after 9, the bus arrived. Seems our scheduled driver
overslept. Imagine that. Our first stop in New Orleans was the French Quarter.
We were turned loose to browse around on our own for an hour or so. The place
was brimming with shops of all kinds. The shops that drew the most attention
had something to do with food. Of course, we had to walk over to Bourbon Street
and make a picture under the Bourbon Street sign. We then left the French
Quarter and motored over to Harrah’s Casino where Sally Stoewer had arranged a
deal for us to enjoy Harrah’s lunch buffet. I noticed several members really
wolfing down their food and then it dawned on me, the less time eating, the
more time gambling. Some people reported very good luck with the slot machines.
We left Harrah’s and went to
visit the National D-Day Museum. We had several veterans in our group and they
especially enjoyed the museum. There was a Dauntless fighter plane hanging from
the ceiling in the lobby as well as a British Spitfire. There were restored
boats, armored personnel carriers, rifles, pistols and all kinds of items from
military personnel who had served in WWII. It gave one a sense of what those
men and women of WWII sacrificed for their country and for us.
Posing under the Bourbon St. sign in
the French Quarter are
Earline Alford, Mary Alford, and
Ramona Alford Darden.
After leaving the museum, we
returned to Baton Rouge. We stopped at a Golden Corral for our evening meal
which everyone seemed to enjoy. There were toasts made to Gil and Mary Alford’s
60th Wedding Anniversary, which they had celebrated shortly before
coming to the meeting. Everyone sang “Happy Birthday” to Joana Breeland, one of
the jolliest of our members.
The next day, Thursday, the
bus made it on time and we boarded at 8:30 for our tour of Baton Rouge. Our
first stop was the Louisiana State Capitol Building. We were shown the House
and Senate chambers as well as the bullet hole in the hallway where Huey Long,
former governor, was assassinated. We also visited the observation deck atop
the building. There were good views of the Mississippi River and downtown Baton
The group stopped on the steps of
the capitol building for a picture.
Front on the right: Laura Tuffnell
and Vesta Bowden;
Second row: Mary Alford, Lynn
Shelley, Betty and Mike Heazel, and Frieda Shepherd;
Third row: Max Alford, Janet Hemby,
Gil Alford, Joan Alford, Jim Shelley, and Ramona Darden, on right;
Fourth row: Helen Steele, Jan Alford,
Evelyn Mistich, Ginny Alford, Mac Alford, Pauline and Earl Alford;
Fifth row: Walter Schuster, Earline
Alford, Shelli-Alford Williams, Holly Coffey, Julie McCall, Joana Breeland, and
Sixth row: Rebecca and Morris Myers,
Don Alford, Bob Steele, Elroy Alford, Marlin and Dot Alford.
We left there and went to the
old Governor’s Mansion that had some furnishings from Huey Long’s terms as
governor. We then went to the U.S.S. Kidd Museum on the banks of the
Mississippi. The Kidd was a Fletcher-class destroyer of WWII and was known by
the nickname, the “Pirate of the Pacific.” The museum had an unbelievable
display of scale model boats and ships including a full-size mock-up of part of
the gun deck of the U.S.S. Constitution, “Old Ironsides,” the only sailing ship
that is still commissioned by the U.S. Navy and is manned by Naval personnel.
Unfortunately, it was sprinkling hard enough to get wet so we did not get to
take a tour of the ship itself.
Thursday afternoon was spent
sitting around talking with one another about this and that. I had to make a
run to the airport to pick up my daughter, Samantha, and thought I would miss
the ceremonial unloading of Gil’s trailer. But unfortunately, the room wasn’t
ready until later that night.
The Louisiana group,
consisting of Paul and Pat Davidson, Jeanne Singleton, and Sally and Dick
Stoewer, hosted a “Welcome to Baton Rouge” buffet Thursday evening. We had
jambalaya, salad and desserts that were out of this world. We were so stuffed
that it really made unloading the trailer and vehicles tough on us older guys.
I want to extend a very big “THANK YOU!!!!” to all those who helped in the
preparation of the buffet. It was some of the best food we had during the
The meeting officially got
under way Friday morning at 8:00 AM with the opening of the registration desk.
The registration table and area were one of the best we have ever had at a
meeting. The space was large enough that there was not much of a bottleneck and
things flowed smoothly.
Ramona Darden, our tireless Meetings
appeared pleased with her new briefcase.
The Friday session got under
way with a presentation to the Meetings Coordinator, Ramona Darden, of a
leather briefcase from the Board of Directors and the membership. Ramona is
always running around the meeting with a handful of papers, usually stuffed in
a big envelope. The envelope gets pretty tattered before the meeting is over so
the Board decided she really needed a nice brief case.
The rest of the Friday session
was devoted to topics relating to Louisiana Alfords such as a “Louisiana
History Timeline” presented by Lynn Shelley and her father, Paul Davidson,
“Louisiana Archives” and “Using Maps in Genealogy” presented by Lynn, a very
nice PowerPoint© presentation about military records by Gil Alford,
and “Producing a Family History” by yours truly.
Friday’s activities were
capped off by the Friday night reception. In the past, the reception was a
“finger foods” and beverage buffet. It proved very difficult for most to hold a
plate in one hand, a beverage in the other, and still manage to eat without
causing a scene. So, last year, Ramona tried a sit-down affair that proved so
popular that she carried it over to this year’s meeting. The food was really
good and there was lots of it. The usual desserts were missing from this
meeting. Instead, a large cake was brought in after everyone had finished the
main meal. The cake celebrated the 60th Wedding Anniversary of Mary
and Gil Alford. The actual date of the anniversary occurred a few weeks before
the meeting. It was made even more special by the presence of Mary and Gil’s
daughter, Mary Davis, and granddaughter, Jessica Tedder. Mary was unable to
attend the St. Louis celebration so it gave her a chance to celebrate with her
parents and the members of the Association. Members were encouraged to mix and
mingle after eating to enhance the social aspect of the evening. It was very
successful. Lots of laughter and good conversation could be heard all over the
Gil and Mary Alford, daughter Mary
Davis, and granddaughter Jessica Tedder
with their special 60th
After the reception, the Board retired to a conference room to
hold their annual meeting. There were many items on the agenda and the meeting
lasted until close to midnight. One of the things discussed was the location of
future meetings. If you look at a map and stick a pin in each city that a
member lives in, it is quite obvious that the vast majority of the members live
south of the Mason-Dixon Line. To this end, it was decided by the Board that a
motion be presented Saturday morning to the membership to once again postpone
holding a meeting in Indiana and to recommend somewhere in Tennessee as the
meeting site for 2006 which would be a more central location to where the
majority of the members live.
Another item for discussion was the AAFA Gift Shop or, as it
is more commonly known “The Store.” After many years of toting merchandise
around the country and storing it between meetings, Sally and Dick Stoewer
announced their resignation from that position. They have done an outstanding
job of managing the store, seeing that new items were introduced in a timely
fashion and taking care of the merchandise between the meetings. The Board
agreed that they would be missed in that position and they deserved a GREAT BIG
THANK YOU FOR A JOB WELL DONE. Elroy Alford volunteered to take care of the
merchandise until the next meeting. He did this without checking with his boss,
Jan. The divorce will be final in a couple of months. NO! NO! Just kidding. In
all seriousness, we do need someone to take over this job. It is a very big
part of each meeting. If you think you might be interested, even remotely, or
would like to know more about what all it entails, please contact a Board
Saturday morning, the registration table was once again opened
at 8:00. I think I should say that it was manned (or womanned) by Evelyn
Mistich, Meeting Treasurer, and Samantha Alford, Secretary. The Saturday
morning session got underway with a “Welcome to Louisiana” by Philipa Blair of
the Baton Rouge Convention and Visitors Bureau. She was really impressed by our
organization and our members.
As is done every year, there were prizes and certificates
handed out for the ones who travel the greatest distance, who are the oldest
and those who live the closest to the meeting. Charles and Joan Alford, #0611,
Oakland, CA were judged to have traveled the greatest distance while Deloris
Bitting, Baton Rouge, LA was judged to have been closest to the meeting.
Estelle “Dock” Alford was judged to be the oldest in attendance. She gave her
age as 88 but I would have guessed closer to 39 myself.
Reports were given by:
Evelyn Mistich – Treasurer’s Report
Alicia Houston – Census Project Report
Janice Smith – Photo Archive Report
and Wills Project Report
Lynn Shelley – Library Project Report.
Jim and Sue Adams, co-editors of AAFA ACTION, were
introduced and took questions from the floor concerning the quarterly.
As there is every year, four members of the Board of Directors
were due to rotate off the Board. Those members were: Elroy Alford, Janet
Hemby, Kim Savage, and Jeanne Singleton. These members have done a great job
over the past three years and are to be commended for their service on behalf
of the Association and its members. The new nominees as picked by the
nominating committee were: Evelyn Mistich, John Smith, Paul Davidson, and
Morris Myers. Those present were then asked if there were any nominations from
the floor. There were none. A motion was made and seconded to accept the
nominees by acclamation. The motion passed by a unanimous vote.
The list of nominees for the offices of President, Vice
President, Treasurer and Secretary was then presented. The nominees were:
President – Max Alford
Vice President – Morris Myers
Treasurer – Doris Vetri
Secretary – Samantha Alford.
The Board retired to a conference room where a motion was made
and seconded to accept the nominees by acclamation. The motion was passed by a
unanimous vote of the Board. The Board then returned to the meeting room and
the new officers were introduced to the members in attendance.
Ramona Darden, Meetings Coordinator, then took the floor to
discuss the meeting next year in St. Louis as well as the possibility of moving
the 2006 meeting location. She explained what had been discussed in the Board
meeting the previous night. A motion was then made and seconded to close this
session of the meeting. The motion was passed by a show of hands.
The Saturday afternoon “Alford Family Forum” was presented by
Gil Alford in the form of a PowerPoint© presentation titled “Alfords
– In the Beginning & Their Disposition.” It was well received by all those
present. Gil puts a lot of work into the Alford Family Forums and it shows. He
is to be commended for all his efforts.
The events of the day were capped off by the Saturday night
Awards Dinner. It started off, of course, with us stuffing our faces. The food
was really good and everyone seemed to enjoy it to the fullest.
After everyone had finished their food, Ramona Darden and
Earline Alford conducted the Memorial Service. The service consists of the
reading of the member’s name and the ringing of a single tone on a ship’s
bell. Those members (and members only) who have passed away since the previous
meeting are honored in this manner. Those so honored this year were:
0124 Bryant J. Alford 11/18/1908
0147 Martin G. Alford 04/04/1922
0286 Dorothy A. Jones 03/28/1924
0303 Sebastian “Buzz”
Vetri 02/25/1922 – 01/12/2004
0344 James “Hoss” B.
Alford 12/21/1924 – 06/03/2004
0387 Martha Steward 12/16/1916
0447 Benjamin F.
Alford 12/06/1926 – 10/10/2003
0668 Barbara J. Alford 02/03/1929
0778 Ruth A. Musick 09/29/1917
1054 Alonzo “Buddy”
Alford 07/29/1923 – 11/05/2003
Next on the honors list was the official awarding of
scholarships for 2004. Megan Sample, granddaughter of member Ruth Sample, AAFA
#1056, was awarded a scholarship in the amount of $500. Ruth was asked to
present the check to Megan on behalf of the AAFA and its membership. The
presentation was made at their church with family and friends in attendance.
Ruth also forwarded pictures made at the presentation. These pictures were
posted at the meeting for all to see.
The second person to receive a scholarship this year was
Jessica Tedder, #1227, daughter of Mary Alford Davis, #0270, and grand daughter
of Mary and Gil Alford, #0019. And for the first time, a scholarship recipient
was in attendance at the meeting. Max Alford presented the $500 check to
The next awards to be handed out were those going to members
who were accorded “Distinguished Member” status. A Distinguished Member is one
who goes above and beyond the call of duty in providing their time and effort
towards helping the Association achieve its goals. It may be researching data,
inputting data, or simply helping keep records. This years Distinguished Member
Evelyn Mistich, #0481 – Evelyn assisted Doris Vetri,
Treasurer, by handling all the meeting registrations and monies this year and
also by serving as a back up to Doris.
Evelyn Mistich received a
Distinguished Member Certificate from Max Alford.
Sharon and Henry Klehm, #1080 – Sharon and Henry have for
several years maintained a back up set of financial records for the Association
in case something should happen to Doris’s computer or her set of records. This
has proved invaluable in one particular case when the records disappeared off
Jim and Sue Adams, #1129 – Jim and Sue volunteered to take
over as editors of the AAFA Action Quarterly several years ago from a committee
that was overseeing the publication. That took a lot of courage and dedication.
When they took over, the quarterly was quite a bit behind schedule as far as
its publication dates were concerned. It is now almost back on a timely
schedule. Jim and Sue have done an amazing job with the quarterly.
Tom Donnelly, #0670 – Tom has, during the past year,
contributed significantly to the AAFA census project, especially for the decade
of the 1870’s. He has also done many other units as well. His contribution to
the census extraction project has been invaluable to furthering this work.
Jim and Sue Adams were presented a
Distinguished Member Certificate by
Pat Fite, #0070 – Pat has, during the past year, contributed
significantly to the AAFA Obituary project. She has subscribed to an obituary
service, Obit Messenger, and regularly uses this service to search for Alford
obits from all over the nation. Her contribution to the collecting of AAFA
obituaries has proved invaluable in furthering this work.
The next award is not made on a yearly basis. The Association
established an AAFA Hall of Fame several years ago to honor those whose
commitment to the Association and its goals has been outstanding over many
years. This year, it was my privilege and honor to announce the 2004 inductee,
Earline Alford. As most of you probably know, Earline is my wife. Ever since
she attended her first meeting in St. Francesville in 1993, she has been an
integral part of the Association. She has provided back up to the Secretary
doing such things as membership cards and certificates, tracking meeting and
tour registrations, etc. She has also provided that same back up to the
president for the last few years. She has, for the past several years, been in
charge of the yearly raffle held at the meeting. She not only rounds up the
prizes but also sells the tickets. I have seen grown men run and hide to keep
from being confronted by her and her raffle tickets. She has always been ready
to pitch in and help in any way that she could. She has worked closely with
Ramona Darden, Meetings Coordinator, in preparing or acquiring door prizes and
raffle prizes. She volunteered to take over maintenance of the AAFA Memorial
Albums at the Salt Lake City meeting. During the time she has had this
responsibility, the album has grown from two volumes to six. She also came up
with the idea of placing a large photograph of the deceased member at the
beginning of his/her entry in the album. Beyond that, she has been my rock to
cling to in bad times and my joy in good times for the past forty-one years.
She is truly worthy of this honor.
Max presented his wife Earline
Alford with the AAFA Hall of Fame Award.
Next, came the fun part. A prize and a certificate were
awarded to Ryan Smith, son of Ronald and Melanie Smith, #1248, for being the
youngest in attendance. The families of Sally and Dick Stoewer and Janice and
John Smith tied in the category for most family members in attendance. There
were six in each of their parties.
Next were the drawings for the raffle prizes. This year the
raffle took in over $600, which I believe, is a record. Ramona Darden, Earline
Alford and Samantha Alford conducted the drawings with an assist from Ryan
Smith. The prizes won were as follows:
Julia Jackson – gift basket and a
Christmas table centerpiece
Freida Shepherd – log candle holder
Morris Myers – gift basket
Mary Alford – lace doily and a wall
David Alford – candle holder
Anita Wilson – gift bag and two gift
Jim Shelley – gift basket
Lee Ann Turner – door wreath
Sally Stoewer – candle holder and gift
Shelli Alford-Williams – gift basket
Stephanie Alford – Miracle Blade knife
Lynn Shelley – candle holder
Julie McCall – wall hanging and a
Jeanne Singleton – gift basket
Dodd Eastham – candle holder
Alicia Houston – an afghan
Paul Davidson – quilt
The prizes were donated by Ramona Darden – gift baskets,
Earline Alford – doilies and knife set, Harold and Freda Alford – wreath,
wooden candle holders and straw people wall hangings, Sue Adams – quilt, Marie
Bateman – afghan, Elroy Alford – “Joy” Christmas center piece, and Jeanne
Singleton – gift bags. On behalf of the Association, I want to thank these
people who helped to make the raffle such a huge success. If I left someone off
the list, please advise me and I will add your name to the list of donors.
Entertainment was provided by Les
Danseurs De La Capitale De Baton Rouge. I would love to tell you the English
translation but I barely learned to speak English much less any other language.
They were a very talented group of Cajun dancers. They travel around
introducing people to Cajun dancing. They encourage audience participation,
which was not lacking from our group. I saw a lot of AAFA members in an
entirely different light that night. Some could really “cut a rug” if you know
what I mean. Everyone enjoyed the dancing and the dance lessons. There was
quite a “train” (or, as us older folks call it, conga line) parading around the
room during part of the festivities. Everyone seemed to have had a good time.
The Cajun Dancers posed for a group
Sunday morning found quite a few members congregating in the
Photo/Research/Gift Shop area to make last minute purchases and do a little
research. Some were saying their good-byes, as it was time for them to leave.
Some of us were just kind of wandering around. It seems like it had hardly
started when it was over until next year.
Some members had signed up for the Sunday afternoon tour to
Avery Island, home of the world famous Tabasco Sauce. The bus was on time,
actually a little early. The bus driver was Charlie Brown (that’s right, no
typo). He was dressed in a suit that was made for Bourbon Street during Mardi
Gras. He turned out to be a very nice gentleman. The drive to Avery Island took
between an hour and two hours. We toured the Tabasco plant, which was idle as
this was a Sunday and the plant is in operation only four days a week. It was
interesting especially the process that the peppers have to go through to
become Tabasco Sauce. The fact that amazed me was that it is aged in used Jack
Daniel oak barrels for three years before it is finally ready to complete the
process to become the final sauce. There was also a Tabasco Country Store on
premises where you could purchase just about anything relating to Tabasco
Sauce. I had my first taste of jalapeño ice cream. Enough said.
After leaving Avery Island, we stopped in New Iberia, LA, home
of not only Shadows-on-the-Teche but also the hometown of one Ramona Darden,
AAFA Meetings Coordinator. We took a tour of Shadows-on-the-Teche, an
antebellum historic house museum property of the National Trust for Historic
Preservation. It was built in the 1830’s. The museum consists of the house and
over 17,000 paper documents pertaining to the building and history of the
After leaving New Iberia, we traveled to a real genuine Cajun
restaurant called Mulate’s in Breaux Bridge, LA. We were served appetizers
consisting of fried alligator, shrimp and bacon, and fried catfish and a salad.
There was a live band and lots of Cajun music and dancing. Dancers ranged from
five years of age to probably ninety-five years of age. Everyone had a good
And then it is over for another year. You say your good-byes
to your friends and it is time to head home. I wish you all could have attended
the meeting. I hope to see you next year in St. Louis.
The following is a list of those people who were in attendance
at the Baton Rouge meeting:
MBR# NAME CITY ST FAMILY
1129 Jim & Sue Adams Marietta
0196 Arliene F. Alford Hemphill
0611 Charles & Joan Alford Oakland CA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
0615 David Alford Alto
0425 David & Mary Alford Mt.
Hermon LA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
0059 Don R. & Joan Alford Melbourne FL DAV785VA/ROB760EN
0439 Earl, Pauline & Mac Alford Liberty
0563 Elroy & Jan Alford Spencer
0848 Estelle (Dock) Alford Mt.
Hermon LA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
1054 Geraldine S. Alford Mt.
Hermon LA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
0019 Gil & Mary Alford Florissant
0227 Harold & Freda Alford Magnolia
Jake Alford New
Orleans LA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
1217 Marlin & Dot Alford Kaufman
0717 Mary V. Alford Highlands
0230 Max & Earline Alford Mesquite
0581 Michael & Stephanie Alford Sugar
Land TX JOH807LA/JAM687VA
0075 Mike, Sharon & Judge Alford Kentwood LA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
0208 Roy & Linda Alford Conroe TX JOH801NC/!!!!!!NC
1184 Roy & Linda Alford Spring TX JOH807LA/JAM687VA
0836 Samantha Kay Alford Mesquite TX JOH801NC/!!!!!!NC
Michelle Alford-Williams Sacramento CA JAC781NC/JAM687VA
1165 Marie Bateman Mt.
Hermon LA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
1138 Deloris & Jim Bitting Baton
Rouge LA EDW792NC/JOH687VA
0537 Vesta G. Bowden Houston TX JOH807LA/JAM687VA
1142 Joana B. Breeland Tylertown MS JOH807LA/JAM687VA
1256 Lynne & Robert Chatelain Baton
Rouge LA WIL831MS/!!!!!!MS
1177 Holly Alford Coffey Pfafftown NC JAC781NC/JAM687VA
1244 Bevin Creel Franklinton LA
0715 Ramona & Nick Darden Houston TX WIL787VA/SAL716VA
0859 Paul & Pat Davidson Baton
Rouge LA ann790ga/ISH755NC
0270 Mary Alford Davis Dallas TX JOH807LA/JAM687VA
1079 Dodd & Glynace Eastham Houston TX ISA782NC/JAM687VA
1095 Lucy Dodd Eastham Houston TX ISA782NC/JAM687VA
0606 Catherine & Bruce Ellard Natchez MS WIL804GA/JAM687VA
1257 Frances L. Ball Gwee Denham
Springs LA EDW792NC/JAM687VA
Sharon A. Haight Mt.
1258 Patricia Smith Hall McComb MS JOH807LA/JAM687VA
0664 Mike & Betty Heazel Severna
Park MD JOH795VA/JOH696MD
0832 Janet Alford Hemby Houston TX DAV785VA/ROB760EN
1253 Elizabeth Herman Acworth GA JOHN807LA/JAM687VA
0708 Nancy Herrington McComb MS WIL804GA/JAM687VA
0350 Marian Alford Hodges Little
Rock AR DAV785VA/ROB760EN
1225 Carolyn & Julian Honeycutt Baton
Rouge LA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
0001 Alicia R. Houston Monroeville PA THO802VA/JOH696MD
0806 Julia Jackson Houston TX WIL787GA/JAM687VA
1133 Patricia Ann Jensen Glendale CA WIL787VA/SAL716VA
Sherry & Jack Kinchen St.
Amant LA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
1259 Lorraine A. Mabus Amite LA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
1178 Julie Alford McCall Highlands NC JAC781NC/JAM687VA
1053 Lora S. McDaniel Kentwood LA WIL804GA/JAM687VA
0078 Marjorie McDaniel Athens TX DAV785VA/ROB760EN
0481 Evelyn Z. Mistich Belle
Chasse LA SEA807LA/JAM687VA
1065 Morris & Rebecca Myers, Jr. Hot
Springs AR DAV785VA/ROB760EN
1250 Beverly Myrick Baton
Rouge LA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
Dorothy K. Partain Murfreesboro AR
1230 Kaye F. Roberts Kentwood LA EDW792NC/JAM687VA
0145 Oliver S. Robinson III Baton
Rouge LA JUL798GA/JAM687VA
0673 Carolyn & Will Saunders Horseshoe
Bay TX EDW792NC/JAM687VA
0666 Peggy & Walter Schuster Richardson TX JOH801NC/!!!!!!NC
0484 Lynn & Jim Shelley Springfield MO ann790ga/ISH755NC
0763 Frieda R. Shepherd Sonoma CA JAM791VA/JOH696MD
Jance Simmons Baton
Rouge LA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
1249 Kitty & Bill Simmons Mt.
Hermon LA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
Ona Faye Simmons Tylertown MS
0249 Jeanne Singleton Greenwell
Springs LA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
0152 Janice & John Smith Plano TX BAL784NC/ISH755NC
Pam Smith Denham
Springs LA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
0064 Pat Smith McComb MS JOH807LA/JAM687VA
1248 Ronald, Melanie &
Ryan Smith Denham
Springs LA BAL784NC/ISH755NC
1247 Walt Smith Dallas TX BAL784NC/ISH755NC
0904 Helen & Bob Steele Lakewood CO JOS816LA/JAM687VA
Charles & Pam Stoewer Baton
Rouge LA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
0120 Sally & Dick Stoewer Baton
Rouge LA JOH807LA/JAM687VA
1227 Jessica Louise Tedder Arlington TX JOH807LA/JAM687VA
0562 Pat & Robert Thorn Hitchcock TX WIL812GA/JAM687VA
1000 Laura Tuffnell San
Pablo CA JAM791VA/JOH696MD
0020 Lee Ann Turner Newhope AR DAV785VA/ROB760EN
0779 Yvonne “Betty” Wall Osyka MS JOH807LA/JAM687VA
1242 E. Russ Williams Bogalusa LA sar781nc/JAM687VA
0855 Sam & Anita Wilson De
Soto TX TUR800NC/JAM687VA
0593 Peggy & Sam Wood Beaumont TX luc784nc/JAM687VA
1118 Brenda A. Woolie Baton
Rouge LA MOS810LA/JAM687VA