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Congratulations! I ran across the article in Charlotte Woman (Oct) too. A good time of year to remind us all to be thankful. We're thankful for you.
Brenda Foote - HU '74
Posted on December 30, 2009
 
Congratulations Sharon. Your life is truly doing the singing!
Posted on August 23, 2009
 
Sharon,kudos to you! I am proud and happy! I wish I could be there in September. My prayer is that our Heavenly Father would not only grant you your desire to return to your school this fall, but also that He would give you total healing in every area of your life.
With Love,
Vonnie,
Your God motherin-law, who is a former high school English teacher, and Special educator
Posted on August 19, 2009
 
Sharon, I am so proud of you!! And, you look beautiful!! Continue to be an inspiration to our kids. I wish you God's Favor in your personal battle with Cancer. Continue to fight.
Lauren C. (Women Making Money)
Posted on August 5, 2009
 
Wow Sharon, I am blown away. I am so proud of you and all that you bring to our children. That article almost brought me to tears. You look beautiful too :-). You go Hampton grad!
Posted on August 4, 2009
 
Congratulations Mrs.Anderson,
You truly embody the words from our Alma Mater. "O Hampton, we never can make thee a song
Except as our lives do the singing,
In service that will thy great spirit prolong,
And send it through centuries ringing!"

You truly have let your life work do the singing. Thank you on behalf of the community.
Sincerely,
Patrice S. Williamson, Pharm.D
Hampton University Class of 2005
Posted on August 3, 2009
 
How inspiring!!!
Posted on August 3, 2009
 

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