I began “writing for public consumption” in high school—co-wrote a one-act play which our youth choir took on summer tour. Turned professional when I moved from secretary to on-staff script writer for an audio-visual company producing educational, training, and motivational multi-media and video presentations.

I am married, have two children, two step-children, one daughter-in-law, one son-in-law, and four grandchildren—all of them precious to me.

Moved north to the Twin Cities when my husband received a job transfer. My husband and I currently live in the St. Croix Valley area of Wisconsin because this is where we could find a home that we could share with my parents as well as the other people who occasionally pass through.

My husband and I love photography, to travel, and to walk the trails and pathways of this beautiful part of our country. We are both active in our church (Faith Community in Hudson, WI), support humanitarian work on a monthly basis through Union Gospel Mission and Samaritan’s Purse, and sponsor two precious little boys through World Vision—one in Bangledesh and one in Ethiopia.




One thought on “Biographical

  1. Boyd Etheredge Tuesday, 9 March 2010 at 11:33 Reply

    I am signing on in response to your e-mail to Mopp and haven’t had a chance to survey your quite extensive blog but it looks impressive to me.

    I am your mother’s (Ernestine) cousin. Probably closest to her in age. There were a whole flock of us born within a year or two of each other. My dad was Franklin (known in the family as Turkey or Turk). I remember your mother with fondness. She was one of the prettiest of the girls.

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