My name is Judy Lee Clark Sherron, and have been divorced for many years. I grew up in western North Carolina. I lived in Morganton on Highway 181 and attended Oak Hill Elementary until February of 7th grade. We moved to Collettsville and lived on Adako Road. I attended Collettsville Elementary School, and then attended Gamewell-Collettsville High School in Lenoir, NC. I graduated from high school in June 1976. I started college at Western Piedmont Community College in Morganton. I graduated from Western Piedmont with an Associate In Arts degree in May 1978. Then I attended Appalachian State University starting in 1978 and graduated in December 1980 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary/ Middle Junior High School 4-9 with a concentration in Language Arts / Social Studies. Currently, I have been teaching for 39 years. I am employed by Wake County Public School System in Raleigh, N. C. I teach at Rand Road Elementary School in Garner, North Carolina. I started teaching fourth grade and then two years ago moved to 2nd grade. I taught middle school for 27 years at Warsaw Middle, grades 6, 7, 8 then I taught at North Duplin Elementary School grades 4 and 6. I live in Duplin County and work in Wake County.
I am a pageant coach and judge. In addition, I was a pageant mom when my daughter competed.
I have one daughter, Amanda Nicole Sherron Carson. She was married to Christopher Brooks Carson, and now she is married to Jeff Suss. Amanda competed in pageants and held many titles. She is a recruiter and lives in Raleigh, N. C.
My father, Carless Lee Clark passed away in 1982. My mother, Mallie Christine Coffey Clark is currently living, and I moved her from the Morganton to Liberty Commons Nursing Home in Benson, North Carolina several years ago.
I have three sisters and three brothers. My two sisters and brother have passed away. I have no information on the next brother. My baby brother Rex Clark a third-time cancer survivor and is in Salt Lake City for treatment at the Huntsman Cancer Institute.
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On 16 Feb 2019 at 21:46 GMT Judy (Clark) Sherron wrote:
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