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Sunday, January 31, 2010 16:04 | Deleted user
I feel blessed by our Lord to have met Albert.  I met him through the Vets Help Vets organization.  I have just invited some friends to view my blog and will be  proceeding to establish my web presence this week.  I am excited about the opportunity to learn how to be business savvy and sucessful for the glory of God, my family, and my country. 


  • Sunday, January 31, 2010 11:20 | David Sholl
    I have been married to Lois for 22 years and she is a faithful wife and mother. I plan on supporting her anyway I can to make her successful in whatever she wishes to do. Up and away into the wild blue yonder. See you at the top.

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    • Sunday, January 31, 2010 15:30 | Eleanor Tobias
      Lois, welcome and congratulations for becoming a learner in this wonderful organization!! I am looking forward to more of your blog and will be talking to you more! Your enthusiasm is inspiring and will benefit all the veterans I am sure. Best always, Fran from the Center in Vancouver, Wa.
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      • Wednesday, February 03, 2010 14:44 | Deleted user
        Eleanor, I look forward to getting to know you better. I'm looking forward to learning as much as I can. It has been my dream to earn enough money to build a church. I've always considered myself successful. Money is just a small part of being successful. Now, I'm focused on learning how to make money with ease.
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  • Sunday, January 31, 2010 16:16 | Deleted user
    Dear Lois,
    It is an honor to have you in our group of learners. I am of the thought that anyone that meets Albert is blessed. He is a dear and very special person.
    I wish you success in your endeavors.
    Thank you for your service.
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  • Saturday, August 11, 2012 18:23 | Jeffrey Backus
    Ms Sholl, Welcome to SWVBRC and thank you for your service.
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