|Elise Ann Hahn|
Married Name: Berger
6130 Lerner Way
Phone: 517 882 0370
Years in current home: 42
Midland, Kalamazoo, & Lansing
Marital status: Married
Spouse's Name: Robert L. Berger k8RDN
How I met my spouse:
At a Church activity. We were at a hayride and I was introduced to my husband. My friend was with Bob and I had another date. She wanted to go out with my date and wanted to set me up with Bob. The rest is history. =)
Years married: 46
Children's Names: Wendi, Amy, Noah, Jared, & Molly
Children's Ages: Wendi 42, Amy 41, Noah 40, Jared 38, Molly 37
Information about children:
Wendi is an RN works in Rochester, MI, Amy has a Masters Degree in Packaging Engeneering and works at a Drug Company, Noah & Jared are construction plumbers, Molly is a Caregiver & Schoolbus driver in Ovid,Elsie.
Infomation about grandchildren:
All are in school.
Self-employed seamstress. Precinct Chairman for elections. Women never retire. Grandchildren need them and so do their kids. :)Love it!
Studied Nursing at Lansing Community College.
Served in many postions at my Church.
Precinct Chairman for elections.
Served as Research Associate in the area of Child development and Human Relations.
Travelled to Florida and Utah. Travelled to New York, New Jersey, and Illinois. Was able to go to the top of the World Trade Center, before it was destroyed.I've enjoyed travelling around Michigan and the U.P.
Interests, hobbies, and pastimes:
Quilting, Sewing, Alterations. I make placemats for Meals-on-Wheels.
Love to cook and can foods for emergencies and pleasure.
I do Data Entry online for those who seek out their ancestors. Families are Forever.
I learned to sew and quilt.
Raised five fine children with husband. My husband appreciates my cooking. I love to do Genealogy. I also love sewing quilts and blankets and other things for charity. Service is the rent we pay for living on this Earth.
Favorite memory of MHS:
I enjoyed being with my friends. Graduating and being out of school!
Momento to remind you of 1962:
My class ring. It's been stolen, but I loved it. I still have my yearbook.
My Birth Certificate that my Grandmother sent to me when I graduated. I found out that my first name was better than my original first name. My Dad did me a big favor by misspelling my first name. Best mistake ever.
Biggest lesson learned:
Independence and love of Country. Benefit and blessings of hard work and honesty. Learn from my mistakes. Make your choices wisely. Freedom isn't free!
Closest friends in 1962:
Annie Oliver Stube
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