Flags flapped from dozens of hands on Monday morning on the Town Square, when about 100 veterans and their families and friends gathered in sub-freezing temperatures to honor the nation’s armed forces.
When Marsha Sensat was a floor nurse, she, like a lot of other nurses, worked 12-hour shifts. She witnessed the beginnings and endings of lives and helped with the trying moments between.
“You can live the rest of your life without knowing how much you weigh.”
Does that sound radical and maybe even unfathomable?
“Mom, he hit me!”
“Dad, she knocked over my blocks!”
“She’s calling me names.” “He’s sitting too close to me.” “She’s wearing my favorite shirt.”
Longtime Jackson resident Adelaide “Addie” Marshall Donnan died Nov. 4 at a memory care home in Tucson, Arizona. She was 95.
Former longtime Jackson resident Bill Lowthian died peacefully Nov. 5 at home, holding the hands of his two daughters, Lee and Jill. He was 73.