Marnie Piers Johnson Harrell

Profile Updated: June 23, 2013
Class Year: 1983
Residing In: Troy, VA USA
Homepage: http
//shadymistkennel.com
Occupation: Private Home HealthCare Provider
Children: 3 Adult children now, as of December 2010

Oldest Son: Hunter P Harrell, 26, graduated from More…FUMA class of 2003 in the top 10 of his class, with a 3.9 GPA went on to VA Tech. Is currently taking courses online to finish his degree in Business.

Daughter: Morgan G Harrell, will be the big 21 years old this coming August, graduated from Monacan High School, class of 2008, with 6 college credits and early acceptance to Christopher Newport University in Newport News, VA. She is now in her junior year as a Communications major, with a minor in Religious Studies. She began her first internship at The Boys and Girls Club of America this spring. She is also a sister, as well as an officer, in the Phi Gamma Beta sorority in which she is quite active and quite proud to be a member.

Youngest Son: Austin W Harrell, 19 yrs old this past December, also Monacan High, class of 2010, graduated with 6 college credits and early acceptance to Christopher Newport University. He then decided to wait a year before going to college (why, is beyond me!!) and hopefully will have his head back on straight by this fall, or else he might just be missing it!
Yes! Attending Reunion
Comments:

Been busy raising 3 children as a single working mother, and now that they are grown, I am truly at a loss for what I'll do next. I have my horses, my dogs, and even 2 cats (God help me!), and I enjoy weekend campout/trailrides all over from Graves Mountain to the Eastern Shore. Other than that, I busy myself with my career caring for Alzheimer's sufferers, stroke survivors, cancer patients. Whomever is in need of assistance in order to stay in their own home (or that of a loved one) as opposed to spending the end of their days in a nursing home. I'm not a fan of any nursing home, regardless of the name, or price tag, they're all simply walmart-healthcare for those unable to care for themselves. Dignity is not a part of their program.

Tell us a favorite memory or story from your days at AHS.

All of my favorite stories involve my one-on-one time with Mr. Sessoms thanks to the ever tolerant Mrs Fulcher, or the occasional random teacher that looked a little too closely at my excused absence note from "home."
Mr. Sessoms loved to talk about his young son, or his relaxing, and I suspect mythological, fishing trips. I do truly miss him!

How did you hear about this website?

Email from classmate, friend or relative
Facebook

Colleges Attended?

Undergraduate: VCU

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