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Sara: in the year 1925
Author Ed Robinette
ISBN 978-1-935186-26-7
Publisher Waldenhouse Publishers, Inc.
Description
5" x 8" perfect bound; 106 pages;
13 illustrations; archival paper; $14.95
Availability September 2011
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Ed Robinette, Author
3725 Thrushwood Drive
Chattanooga, TN 37415
423-877-3397
ed_robinette@comcast.net
I woke in the middle of the night with the story of Sara and thought I would write it in memory of my wife, and give the proceeds to my church and to the hospice facilities where I volunteer. Grief is perhaps the most difficult of human emotions to face, though it has the potential for being the most therapeutic as well. Grief is not a bad thing, for grief is the cost of having loved. Sara represents these aspects of grief and, more importantly, of love.
Library of Congress
Control Number 2011934405
 
Cover photograph and illustrations
by Charles B. Stone
 
Type and text design
by Karen P. Stone

Ed Robinette began writing at the age of 84 after his wife of 58 years, Margaret, passed away following a long illness. He retired from the Coca Cola Company after twenty years, while his wife served at White Oak Baptist Church for thirty years. He lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and has two children, six grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.

He still volunteers one day a week at Parkridge Hospital, volunteers with the American Red Cross, and volunteers with Hospice of Chattanooga where he visits five nursing homes each wweek.

Robinette served with the Marine Corp during World War II and survived three major battles. He is author of Adventures of a Marine, published in 2011.

   
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