They met in college, fell in love, and got married very young, at 19 or 20, despiye their parents’ understandable reservations. They celebrated 50 years married last August.
They’ve both been active in church, serving on committees, teaching, and are professionally accomplished. (Here are some of Margaret’s books.)
But that doesn’t really explain the picture.
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The Wife, knowing she and the Daughter would likely tire of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, looked in some AAA guidebook, and stumbled upon the First Ladies National Historic Site, also in Canton.
There is an Education & Research Center where the museum is housed. But we spent the bulk of our time Read the rest of this entry »
Let me get my bias out there right off: I’ve known Thomas Keefe since 1979. I met his future wife Judy Doesschate since 1975. I’ve carried nominating petitions for both of them, for his first run for judge, and for her first run on the school board. And I HATE carrying petitions.
I was saddened, then, to discover that Tom Keefe will no longer be serving as Albany City Court Judge, agreeing to resign on September 30, rather than fight for perhaps another year and a half.
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