The biography for Tina Christman is empty. What can you add? I was born Dec 20th 1972. I was dropped on my head at both causing me to have Cerebral Paulsey. I had several sergeries at Shriners Hospital in St Louis Mo. I lived with my parents during the school year in Arnold Mo. From approx 1975 to summer 1986. In 1986 we moved to Barnhart Mo. My parents still live there. Durring summer months I lived with my maternal grandfather Carl Brown. He lived near Gideon Mo (by 6 ditch) in the 70s. He moved to Greenville Mo around 1980. In December 1989 I merrier Zanescot Kester. Moved to Bloomsdale Mo. We had 3 children while living there. Mandy 11-19-1990-, Cotey 9-30-1991--9-30-1990, Zanescot Jr. 01-13-1994- In 1996 we moved to Valles Mines Mo. There we had child #4-- Matilynn 7-7-1998. As of Aug 2015 still live here.
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