My family and myself took part in a “Parents Magazine” article from the magazine’s June 1995 issue about how families teach good old American Family Values. This was a special report with survey results.
Well, time moves on and I know, my life has changed dramatically since being interviewed in this “Parents Magazine” article. I’m a divorced mom, but currently reside with my ex-husband. Our daughters are 23, 25, and 28 years old respectively. I’m presently going through a medical crisis, involving Possible Multiple Sclerosis and a Stroke Protocol. Don Ramie is doing quite well and is still self employed as a Graphic Artist. He still resides in his home and would like grandchildren.
Laura Ramie is a creator of art education programs at the Pittsburgh Children’s Museum in Pittsburgh, PA. Sheila Ramie is a colorist and hair stylist at the Ma Belle salon in Fremont, CA. Lisa our youngest daughter, works in the copywriting department of a large software company in Pleasanton, CA. All our daughters are artistic, very creative, and want to help their middle age parents in any way they can.