THB: Sounds like a great book that will help those facing this difficult journey.
Rodney Chamberlain, the city’s assistant building commissioner, retired last month after 20 years as a city employee. (Nov. 17)
- “Rodney Chamberlain, thank you for your dedication to the youth of our city. The support and unselfishness to our youth is something that is admirable. The effort that you put into the Youth Football League over the years as well as our Parks and Recreation programs speaks volumes. You deserve so much more. Best wishes in your retirement from the city and best of luck in your new endeavors.”
THB: Chamberlain has also served this city well as a councilman. Now he can continue in that role without any criticism of conflict of interest.
Anderson resident Whitney Foote was killed in a traffic accident Nov. 27 near Lapel. (Nov. 28)
- “Whitney was a shining example of how to live life in spite of trials. I loved her and will miss her.”
- “Whitney was an angel sent here from God to live on earth. She was so sweet and always made everyone laugh who she touched. Anyone who knew her would never forget her sweet angel face and smile.”
THB: As a youngster, Whitney (Collins) served as Madison County’s poster child for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. She made quite the impact in her short life.