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John Chowning: On Sue Stivers' Bouncing Back from Adversity

'She remains one of the most positive people in our part of Kentucky!' - JOHN CHOWNING

John Chowning writes:
Sue Stivers always has a word of encouragement for those who know her. My family and I have benefited greatly from our friendship with Sue - from the days when my brother, Joe Chat, and I were active in 4-H in Cumberland County and Sue was working in our home county to 2014 when she remains one of the most positive people in our part of Kentucky! Her words of positive encouragement, her record of servant leadership in our region, and her warm smile and personality are characteristics that we need more of in our fast-paced world. Keep up the good work, Sue, and thanks for sharing your own words about bouncing back from adversity. --John Chowning
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