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I am a fan of the person that gets up and goes to work to earn a living. I am a fan of the mother and father that raise their children teaching them responsibility, demonstrating faith, instilling values, and showing them love along the way. I am a fan of the soldier who puts their life on the line to protect our freedom and the person that assists and provides aid to that soldier any way they can. I am a fan of the farmer and rancher for without them we would starve. I am a fan of laborers, clerks, truckers, sales people, office workers, miners, loggers, mechanics, and factory workers, as they keep us supplied, organized, and on the move. I am a fan of competition, the free market, the entrepreneur with the idea, the architect with the design, and the engineer with a plan. I am a fan of firefighters, law enforcement officers, and paramedics because they show up in our hour of need. I am a fan of the vet that saves a puppy, and the child that is thankful. I am a fan of preachers who reach souls, teachers that give their all, and healthcare workers who care. I am a fan of the retired person who has earned the right to respectfully do as they please and mentors others with ease. I am a fan of the person who is kind because that is their nature, people who have a generous heart, family, true friends, and those who get down on their knees and pray to God above. I am a fan of selfless ordinary people doing extraordinary things. You see, I believe the world is not starving for bread, but for civility, kindness, respect, and personal responsibility. – Keith Inman

marilyn lovinsMarilyn Lovins
“I’m busy all the time,” Lovins says with a laugh. “Each day I just think of what’s on the docket and take it one step at a time.” Of all these activities, however, Lovins says her favorite time is spent supporting Salem Full Gospel Church. There, Lovins teaches Sunday school, sings in the choir, acts as the church’s photographer and even helps with outreach efforts at the local nursing homes. READ MORE…
robert rymar ato home life insurance salem missouriRobert Rymer
“I just try to enjoy everyday, for me, it’s all about putting smiles on other people’s faces,” Rymer says. “No matter what life throws at you, you should try to make the best of it. Even if it’s not what you want, you should work to find your own happiness. I never saw the point in dreading things, I guess I’m just a natural optimist.” READ MORE…
bonnie gray inman insurance salem missouriBonnie Gray
“People tell me I do so much, but I never thought of it as a chore,” Gray says. “I love children. I loved every moment of being a kindergarten aid, and I love volunteering to make life easier for them. Some people like to joke with me and ask if I feel like the queen of the volunteers, I just think they don’t understand what all this means to me, and how important service has been for my life.” READ MORE…
Marvin O’Brien
Despite more than a half century of toil in service to his country, O’Brien still devotes what time he can to volunteering at the St. James Veteran Home. His mission now is to serve his fellow service members by helping them go fishing and make rounds around Rolla. Among the regular duties are casting lines at Meramec Springs and pushing wheelchairs around Walmart. READ MORE…
dave paceDave Pace
From the beginning, destiny seemed to shine an extra special light on Salem’s Dave Pace. He was born on D-Day in 1944, while some family members were fighting in the war. The grit his family and fellow Americans showed during the war must have rubbed off on the newborn from a few thousand miles away, because in all he’s done, Pace has lived up to the challenge. READ MORE…