in Brookhaven, MS, He was a Crew Leader at the CCC Camp in Lorman, the world was in a depression much like the one we are headed for now. They were married and lived happly for several years, in a small house near the railroad track, first they had a beautiul Daughter
because he missed out on this great family and secondly because he died on a Street in New Orleans walking back to his apartment where he lived alone, after picking up his check at the Service Station where he worked. He died from heart failure at age 61, brought on by the Asian Flu, in 1975. And this is just my Family Dean had 3 children and 4 Grands, plus 1 GGD. So sad what some people will throw away for their idea of fun and "the good, free life". Hope you enjoyed meeting my Daddy and Momma and my sweet sisters.