A History: ’s Word of the Year

Interment will follow in Peebles Cemetery in Livingston. Cooper died on Sunday, Dec. She attended school in Goodrich and graduated from there. Her father died when Boots was barely six weeks old. When her mother was married a few years later to Rafe Henry Smith, six step-siblings came to join them. And when new babies arrived in the new marriage, Boots and her brother Lee Douglas welcomed each of them as each sibling was born to the home and assisted in rearing them. She loved telling stories about the first new siblings, a set of twins, and their adventures and misadventures in caring for them. After the war they returned to Livingston and she returned to working in retail. Many customers relied upon her opinion in purchasing fine clothing at the dress shop she managed for the Davis family. She gave up that position to become involved in various business ventures with her husband.

A History: ’s Word of the Year

It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year. So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections. Change It wasn’t trendy , funny, nor was it coined on Twitter , but we thought change told a real story about how our users defined

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A History: ’s Word of the Year

He owned and operated a roofing company for 36 years and retired to Carlisle in

A History: ’s Word of the Year

James was a teacher who believed you learned from your mistakes.

Family and friends say she was loved by all of her patients at the Livingston Clinic and was a devoted mother, wife, mother-in-law and great Nanny.

She commented about how pleased she was that they were in their churches.

One thing he really cared about was playing Frisbee with his German shepherd named Bozo.