Rotary Club builds a ramp for Jewellene Johnson

The ramp crew of the Madison County Rotary Club constructed the 842nd handicap ramp for Jewellene Johnson on Creekwood Drive in Hull Tuesday, Nov. 16. She served the community as a U.S. Department of Agriculture Poultry Inspector for 35 years. She is a member of the Soul Winner Ministry in Athens. Her first husband, Walter Johnson, who worked on the railroad, and her second, Curtis Glenn, who drove for a fertilizer company, have passed on, but she is literally surrounded by devoted family. She has five daughters and had four sons, one of whom is deceased. Most of the family visited while the ramp crew worked and her daughters, Debby and Peggy, joined her in taking the accompanying photograph of the ramp crew who built the 16-foot handicap assistance ramp. The volunteers and Rotarians consisted of Don Sullinger, Bruce Gandy, Ed Brown, Mitchell Hill, Walton Hill, Artry Bishop, Johnny Minish, Conolus Scott, Johnny Westmoreland, David McGinnis, Alan Phillips and John Taylor.


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