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Sharyn Mc Crumb's other best-selling novels include , the story of the first woman hanged for murder in the state of North Carolina (new edition, St.

He was a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. Amelon retired to Sun City, Palm Desert, California. He was president of the Wayne County Osteopathic Physicians.

In his retirement, he attended Hope Lutheran Church. He served on many committees, one of which was to add fluoride to the Detroit water system. During that year, it became the Boys & Girls Club of Redford. George attended public school in Manistee, Michigan, and graduated from Manistee High School in 1932.

He was also very involved, along with his wife, in starting the Michigan College of Osteopathic Physicians, first in Pontiac and moving to the campus of Michigan State University in Lansing. He also played violin in the Manistee High School Orchestra.

He served 10 years as president for the Michigan College Foundation. Bonadio Bock, DO, ’39, in 2009; his father Walter W. He won some caddie tournaments at the Manistee Golf & Country Club.

This connection to the land is personal as well as thematic." —Sharyn Mc Crumb in Winchester VA.

In April 2014, Sharyn Mc Crumb was awarded the Mary Frances Hobson Prize for Southern Literature by North Carolina's Chowan University. Her novels, studied in universities throughout the world, have been translated into eleven languages, including French, German, Dutch, Japanese, Arabic, and Italian.

He was a premedical student at the University of Missouri, Columbia, but his education was interrupted by World War II. He returned to the university and went on to ATSU-KCOM. Amelon went to Michigan to intern at the Detroit Osteopathic Hospital. They settled in Detroit, and then built their dream home in Southfield, Michigan.

During his four years there, he built and managed the Kirksville trailer court. It was there he met the love of his life, Jessie Wall, RN, a surgical nurse. Next, he established and built the Kinloch Clinic in Redford where he practiced until he retired in 1999.

It was May10th 1999 and I had only been working as a taxi driver for a few days when at my local rank several drivers wandered over to introduce themselves.

Shortly afterwards the passenger door of my car opened and a man got in. Additionally some weeks later I discovered I was pregnant.

, an account of the Civil War in the mountains of western North Carolina, won the Wilma Dykeman Award for Literature from the East Tennessee Historical Society and the Audie Award for Best Recorded Book. A theatrical version of was staged in June 2014 at the Parkway Playhouse in Burnsville NC.