Thanks all of you in the surrounding communities for your support of Robins Air Force Base. Continuous process improvement techniques are being employed to apply lessons learned in various areas to increase the efficiency of our mission work. We do not need to be remiss in thanking all of you for all your services to us in all your business establishments that you provide as well as your prayers. Again, thank you all. And may 2016 be your best year yet.
-- Chris Westbrook
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Memories of Nancy
I am so sorry about Nancy Reagan's death. She was a wonderful, kind lady. I worked on the Annenberg Ranch called Rancho Mirage, and Mrs. Reagan, Mrs. Annenberg and Mrs. Bob Hope played golf and tennis. She had the prettiest soft brown eyes. Wasn't stuck up, very kind and down to earth. I used to have to change the sheets on their bed every day.
The second day, she already pulled old sheets off and wanted to help me change them. I told her I appreciated it, but Mrs. Annenberg would fire me. We were not allowed to talk to the guests. It was the nicest job I ever had.
Mr. Annenberg loved my accordion music. His favorite song was " Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen." I had to leave after Christmas. We were given beautiful gifts, Mrs. Annenberg had them all wrapped by the Jengerson Company. I got a nice robe, Swiss candy and $100 check. She was also a very generous lady and very kind. The food was first class. We ate what they did.
Mrs. Reagan was much prettier in life than on TV. I know the Lord has a special place for her. I got a nice reference for my work. I still have it. All the helpers got golf carts to ride to the main building to our cottages. That is the only thing I know how to drive.
I don't know if this is interesting to you. I am just glad I met wonderful good people. I hope the Lord blesses both for all their kindness. I never heard anything from them but kindness and respect. God bless their memory.
-- Shirley Brady