Spring 2016 – Articles

1Sunset Ranch: When Kent Perkins and Ruthie Buzzi found some land in Erath County, they knew without a doubt they found the place to build their dream house.


 

 

 


Coach Cervetto and Coach Winder_Photo by Plan-it inkFriday Night Lights: Stephenville football coach Greg Winder and Dublin coach Bob Cervetto give their communities something to be proud of and look forward to on Friday nights.


 

 

 


_MG_0587 James Barton 2016Barton Performance Horses: With continued success in the arenas of the world, it is highly unlikely that James Barton will ever run out of clients.


 

 

 


IMG_3875A Life Lived in Service of Others: For the family and friends of Joan and Gary Livingston, the years of service left behind by the couple carries on with each passing day as a testament to their love for others.


 

 

 


_MG_9990 Kidsight 2015KidSight: The Stephenville Lions Club KidSight program and their state-of-the art digital vision screener help identify vision abnormalities in young children.


 

 

 


IMG_6089Passion for Small Town Values: Champion auctioneer Brent Graves wants to bring back small town values by representing rural communities in the House.


 

 

 


Magers-03A Winning Tradition: Tarleton’s first rodeo team supported one another, rode hard, worked hard, and won the 1967 National Championship, creating a winning tradition.


 

 

 


_DSC2100Changing Children’s Lives in Texas and Abroad: Dr. Dylan Bowles has traveled thousands of miles since 2009, working to correct facial deformities and give children in Colombia, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic a second chance at life.


 

 

 


DSC_0017Family Experiences, Friendly Care, Close to Home: Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville strives to make having a baby a memorable experience for the entire family.


 

 

 


DSC_0017The Venable Center: A place where the past and present flow together in perfect harmony.


 

 

 


0003Coming Home: Stephenville’s own triple threat, Lee Roy Parnell, recently made a trip home to give back to the community where his music began.


 

 

 


FNB 111315 001Historic FNB Building Restoration: Bringing the original integrity and beauty of the First National Bank building back to life.


 

 

 


21 Baylor HomecomingA Life Well Lived: Dr. Stuart Chilton lived a good life for 88 years and finished well.


 

 

 


carroll parham-03796Sharing a Passion for Music: Carroll Parham’s students can’t help but be inspired by his passion as he dishes up his homespun, real-life musical tales.


 

 

 


_ASP3581A Home Away from Home: For Kim and Gerrit Schouten, hosting an exchange student felt like a God thing.  Leo has become one of their own.