|Cynthia (Cindy) Williams|
Married Name: Davidson
1922 W Gordonville Rd
Years in current home: In Midland - Forever
Marital status: Married
Spouse's Name: Roland (Jr)
How I met my spouse:
4-H, horse program.
Years married: 43
Children's Names: Roland B Davidson III (Jay) and Beth Roberson
Children's Ages: 42 and 40
Information about children:
Both live in Midland.
Infomation about grandchildren:
Oldest Grandson Marke is 19, attending Albion College.
9 year old (boy/girl) twins,
Name: Garrett & Jaycee
7 Year old Grandson - Roland Bailey Davidson IV.
Retired. Own a 36 acre Thoroughbred Farm, standing 3 stallions, 20 broodmares and 14 yearlings, expecting 14 foals in 2007. WE sell yearlings each year. Also have a feed store on farm, selling Buckeye Nutrition. Farm name Davidson's Tracks-N-Time, LLC - Feed Store
TNT Specialty Feeds.
Worked for Dow Corning for 33 years, (Accounting, Marketing Research, Marketing, Co-op Recruting, Office Clerical Hiring Team, retired 5 years ago, been working on farm since then. LIVING OUR DREAM!
During Work: Burmuda, Mexico City and surrounding area, Boston, Phoenix, Chicago. Most travel these days involve for horse buisness, Lexington, Ky & Ocala Fl, Toronto, Canada, Chicago Il. for horse sales. We also like to visit Race Tracks in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Canada and Great Lakes Downs in Muskegon, MI. We like to fish, but somehow don't find time to.
Interests, hobbies, and pastimes:
Besides Grandchildren, Horses, Photography, Art, board member of Midland Conservation District, Michigan Thoroughbred Owners & Breeders Association,
board member, 4-H Mentor
Worked 33 years at Dow Corning, loved working and life experiences there. Horse farm, we stand: Ocala Slew, son of Seattle Slew, who was a triple crown winner, also stand Career Best, Grandson of Mr. Prospector, who's first foals go to the track to run in 2007, and this year in 2007, standing first year stallion Comedy Show, a son of Distorted Humor. Farm has been in business 20 years in 2007, Feed Store in business 5 years, 2007. Grandchildren, good students, nice young peole, whom I hope to watch grow into wonderful adults.
Favorite memory of MHS:
Graduation, glad to be out of school.
Momento to remind you of 1962:
My year book.
Biggest lesson learned:
Take time to be a friend, make new friends, keep old friends, listen, share, and remember, your personal creditability is your responsibility, take good care of it.
Closest friends in 1962:
Sheila (Shearer) Anderson, couple times a month, plus email...been friends since 4th grade. Sally (Warren) Staszak, couple times a year, Christmas Calls and email. Always look forward to hearing from or seeing friends from class of 1962.
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