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  • YOUR TURN: Donna Smith

    YOUR TURN: Donna Smith

    Sunday, February 22 2015 12:28 AM EST2015-02-22 05:28:35 GMT
    Donna Smith, 49, was born and raised in Quincy. When she met and married Bryan Smith, they had the opportunity to buy TNT and remain in Quincy with their three sons, Andrew, Phillip and Patrick. The Smiths now have four grandchildren in Quincy as well -- Tinsley, Bentley, Hollis and Landon -- and daughter-in-law Alisha.
    Donna Smith, 49, was born and raised in Quincy. When she met and married Bryan Smith, they had the opportunity to buy TNT and remain in Quincy with their three sons, Andrew, Phillip and Patrick. The Smiths now have four grandchildren in Quincy as well -- Tinsley, Bentley, Hollis and Landon -- and daughter-in-law Alisha.
  • YOUR TURN: April Gavillet

    YOUR TURN: April Gavillet

    Sunday, February 15 2015 1:30 AM EST2015-02-15 06:30:38 GMT
    April Gavillet, 37, has worked at Lehr and Clark Insurance and also for the Carthage Area Chamber of Commerce for almost six years. She's been married for 17 years to Russ, and they have three kids -- Bryce, 15; Baylee, 13; and Bryton, 4. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, walking, reading and taking pictures.
    April Gavillet, 37, has worked at Lehr and Clark Insurance and also for the Carthage Area Chamber of Commerce for almost six years. She's been married for 17 years to Russ, and they have three kids -- Bryce, 15; Baylee, 13; and Bryton, 4. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, walking, reading and taking pictures.
  • YOUR TURN: Greta Wetzel

    YOUR TURN: Greta Wetzel

    Sunday, February 8 2015 1:08 AM EST2015-02-08 06:08:19 GMT
    Greta Wetzel, 52, grew up in rural Nauvoo on a farm. She began playing the piano at an early age and has a lifelong interest in music. After a career in teaching music, she changed paths to work as the executive director of the Memorial Hospital Foundation in Carthage. Wetzel is married and has two grown children.
    Greta Wetzel, 52, grew up in rural Nauvoo on a farm. She began playing the piano at an early age and has a lifelong interest in music. After a career in teaching music, she changed paths to work as the executive director of the Memorial Hospital Foundation in Carthage. Wetzel is married and has two grown children.
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