Vera Mae Minter, a Wonderful Representative for God

Vera Mae Minter, a Wonderful Representative for God

Hardy L. Brown

Vera Mae Minter, with nephew Dexter, niece Cheryl, and husband William

Vera Mae Minter, with nephew Dexter, niece Cheryl, and husband William

The Minter family lost their mother and Cheryl lost an aunt during the holidays. Cheryl would always talk about Aunt Vera and Uncle Billy and their children. When they moved from Chicago to Las Vegas we got a chance to visit with each other a little more. Aunt Vera, like me, was confined to a wheelchair but she did not let that dampen her wonderful spirit and beautiful smile. She too will be missed.

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