Family Web Pages
Letter Carrier "Stuff"
Gary works for the United States Postal Service. He's a Letter Carrier in Rolla, MO, and he made this page especially for his fellow Carriers. Gary also has another web site with an online newsletter called Contracts & Conflicts for postal employees. He and Jerre also designed the Rolla Post Office web page together.
Jack & Jan Mills Home Pages
Gary's parents have their own web page. Jack's page has links to Native American sites and World War II stuff, including his own memoires of the war. Jan's page has recipes, poems and crafts. The most recent addition to their web site is an anniversary page, where friends and family signed a guestbook in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary, and a short online album of the two of them from 1948 to 1992. Hope we'll have a 1998 picture online soon!
Our daughter Carrie is an elementary school teacher in Springfield, MO. She has lots of education, craft & home business links. The only reason she has a home page at all is to organize all her bookmarks. She's way too busy teaching those little rug rats right now, but she did find some time to make a home page for her school, York Elementary.
Carrie's husband, Jim has a page with movie links, autographs of famous people and Christian links. His page is being revised right now, as soon as he's done we'll make this link hot again. He's also done a home page for Bowerman Elementary School, where he works.
Chris's Web Page
Our nephew Chris is in the Air Force, just got his first computer. He taught himself enough HTML in a day to put up this web page. Smart kid, runs in the family.
The Hydroponic Garden
Jerre's sister, Sandi, and her husband Taylor's web page. They own Cherry Hill Farm, where they have a hydroponic greenhouse. They grow herbs to sell commercially. You can see some pictures of their home on a mountain top in North Carolina in the online album Jerre made after a vacation there in February. Be warned, these are family photos, so if you're not interested don't go there! Of course, if you don't you won't see the absolutely gorgeous sunrise that greeted us our last day there.
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