Dr. Guild staying busy in Tennessee, sends wishes for holidays

To the Editor,It hardly seems possible that it has been a year and a half since we moved from Tecumseh to the Chattanooga, Tennessee area to be close to our children and grandchildren. Life has been very busy for both of us with volunteering for church functions, nutritional classes, smoking cessation seminars and elementary school health education. My volunteering to teach nursing and medical/dental assistant students; anatomy, physiology, pharmacy, as well as nutritional classes, has kept me from following my wife around the grocery store with a cart! A promise I made to her when I retired!It is so much fun taking care of grandkids. Speaking of grandchildren, Father’s Day this year was especially fun for both of us as I got to deliver grandchild no. 9 born to our daughter in West Virginia.You are greatly missed. May this season, where we celebrate the birth of our dear Savior, be happy for each of you and the new year a blessed one.Dr. Gordon and Carol GuildOoltewah, Tenn.

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