7856 State Route 108 #1
Wauseon, Ohio 43567
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I have four children and 10 grandchildren.
Jeff and Renee Mcglamery live in Longbeach, Mississippi. Jeff is a Senior Chief in the Navy Seabees, 23 years, stationed in Kuwait at this time. Renee is the manager of Tuesday Mornings. Chirstopher is 20 and a senior at Ohio State University. Annie is 17 and a junior in Longbeach.
Mike and Kim Mcglamery live in Wauseon. He has been with Sauder Woodworking for 20 years. Kim is shipping manager at a factory in Adrian. Michigan. Mike, Jr., 19, is a Freshman at the University of Toledo. Teysha, 15, is a freshman at Wauseon High School.
Jennifer and Tom Baker live here in Wauseon, also. She is a Register Nurse working at Harborside Nursing Facility in Swanton, Ohio. Tom is an electrician for a company in Grand Rapids, Ohio. They have 3 children, Ean, 16 is a Junior at Wauseon High, Sean is 11 and in the 5th grade. Elizabeth is 6 and in kindergarten.
Mary Sue and Tom Schlosser live in Lookout Mountain, Georgia. Mary Sue is the Purchasing Agent for Mig Industries and her husband, Tom, is the Plant Manager. They have 3 children, Michael is 20 (from Tom's first marriage) and is a junior at a college in Sacramento, California. Alex is 16 and a sophomore at Ridgeland High School. Gabrielle is 14 and in the 8th grade.
I am very proud of all of them. The college kids are all pulling 3.8 to 4.0 and the rest are all on the honor roll at their respective schools. They are all into sports, which keeps me busy.
For 10 years I was the Office Manager for an Emergency Medical Supply company until the down sized. For the past 14 years I have worked at Wal-Mart. Is it time to retire yet. I also have been an Emergency Medical Technician for 25 years and run with an ambulance service based out of the Fulton County Health Center.
When I am not working, I spend my time reading and traveling. I have been to Italy, Romania and Spain. What fun. I hope to go back to Italy in a couple of years. I really like Florence. Of course, there is always the sports programs for the grandkids.
What fun we had in the library. Poor Mrs. Harris, if she only knew what we did when we were supposed to be doing inventory.
With God all things are possible