has been hired as director of family services by the Arkansas Regional Organ Recovery Agency in Little Rock.
, C.; Ciarametaro, M.; and Dubois, R.
011-046-18, 12 pp.) (Aphrodite Konduros, J.) Appealed from Greenville County Family Court (David Earl Phillips, J.) Jessica Ann Salvini and Liza Marie Deever for Appellant; Gwendolynn Wamble
Barrett for Respondent.
He is survived by wife, Gina Graham, of Carrier Mills; four children: Kristy (Phillip) Dunn of Carrier Mills, Brandon (Brittney) Burrow of Sikeston, Missouri; Mike (Diana) Wamble
of Dexter, Missouri; and Laura (Cliff) Dombrow of Carrier Mills; Brother, Richard (Beth) Graham of Carrier Mills; sister, Dawn (Mike) Davis of Carrier Mills; eight grandchildren: Chase and Peyton Dunn; Brayton and Blakelyn Burrow; Taylor and Cameron Dombrow and Emma and Rhett Wamble
; as well as several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Bridesmaids were Mary Margaret Wamble
of Oxford, and Kaici Speed and Hannah Starnes, both of Meridian.
Caption: With Hagedorn backing them up, the Hearts team, from left: CFO Jeff Wamble
, president Zachary Treuhaft, chief experience officer Tara Levine, OMD East president Ralph Pardo and COO Kathleen Brookbanks.
Historian Bob Wamble
tells presenter Neil Oliver: "They were all confederate soldiers who had just come home and just didn't have anything better to do than to form an organisation, just for amusement.
The affair continues, at times awkwardly: "You meet frequently for dinner, after work, split whole liters of the house red, then wamble
the two blocks east, twenty blocks south to your apartment and lie sprawled on the living room floor with your expensive beige raincoats still on" (5).
Astonished and rejoicing at his prodigious size, he called out to a man on the opposite bank of the river who had been watching for some time: "Hey, mon, sic a fish!" He went for a stone to kill the fish but as soon as his back was turned, it began to wamble
towards the water.
They are also grateful to Brian O'Meara and Atul Wamble
for providing prompt answers and valuable insights.
, Virginia Baptists and Religious Liberty, 1765 to 1802, 1 J.