Carmen Davis retires after 25 years
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Carmen Davis, seated, third from right, retired Thursday after 25 years with the Church of God as a graphics designer. Davis worked five years at Pathway Press and 20 years at Church of God World Missions. She is the niece of the late Henry and Violet Stoppe, who were missionaries to Haiti, Jamaica West Indies and Bermuda. Several friends helped Davis celebrate retirement at lunch at Angela’s Homestyle Cooking on APD 40. Banner photo, DAVID DAVIS
Carmen Davis, seated, third from right, retired Thursday after 25 years with the Church of God as a graphics designer. Davis worked five years at Pathway Press and 20 years at Church of God World Missions. She is the niece of the late Henry and Violet Stoppe, who were missionaries to Haiti, Jamaica West Indies and Bermuda. Several friends helped Davis celebrate retirement at lunch at Angela’s Homestyle Cooking on APD 40. Banner photo, DAVID DAVIS
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Carmen Davis, seated, third from left, retired Thursday after 25 years with the Church of God as a graphics designer. Davis worked five years at Pathway Press and 20 years at Church of God World Missions. She is the niece of the late Henry and Violet Stoppe, who were missionaries to Haiti, Jamaica West Indies and Bermuda. Several friends helped Davis celebrate retirement at lunch at Angela’s Homestyle Cooking on APD 40. Banner photo, DAVID DAVIS