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A Christmas Memory: The Tree Hunt by Judy Kiel McKain
Shelley Huber Trimble 1-24-1960 – 11-16-2016
Shelley was born and raised in Jackson County, Indiana, graduated from Brownstown High School and continued her education at Indiana University and University of Evansville.
Shelley wrote this memory of hunting the annual Christmas tree with her Dad and siblings. Mom would be at home awaiting the prize tree and all would join in the celebration of decoration.
Having given her Aunt, author Judy Kiel McKain, permission to share the poem results in this book.
In remembrance of Shelley’s life and contributions as a pediatric physical therapist for 34 years, we focus on the legacy she leaves through the Shelley A. Trimble Fund for Pediatric Neuro Recovery at the University of Louisville.
Shelley came to Louisville from Gainesville, FL in the fall of 2012, along with Dr. Andrea Behrman, to establish one of the first pediatric neuro recovery programs of its kind in the country embedded in Frazier Rehab Institute, now known as Kosair Charities Center for Pediatric Neuro Recovery at the University of Louisville. She believed strongly in locomotor training as the best therapy she had ever witnessed for improving the lives of children with spinal cord injuries.
Checks payable to the University of Louisville Foundation. Advancement Operations 2323 B=South Brook St. Louisville, KY 40292. In the memo, include the gift allocation (Shelley Trimble memorial fund, G2841) or give on line at http://give.louisville.edu/s/1157/19/fdn/interior.aspx?sid=1157&gid=1&pgid=4802
Author Judy Kiel McKain is pleased to share this Christmas Memory, written by her late niece, Shelley Huber Trimble. Judy is a native Hoosier and has written two children’s books, From Mess to Best and Sewing Lessons by Pen It! Publications. She has also had human interest stories published in Memories from the Attic, The Rocking Chair Reader published by Adams Media Press and My Turn to Care, Thomas Nelson Publishers. Dickson’s of Seymour, Indiana distributes her inspirational poem JOY throughout the United States and internationally. Profits from this book will be donated to The Shelley Trimble memorial fund.
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC
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Sewing Lessons by Judy Kiel McKain
Children love to do things with their parents. Judy Kiel McKain and her daughters sewed together. It is her wish that this beautiful book with illustrations by Hannah Penix will be one you can share with your children. They are small only for a short time and deserve our love and attention. Have fun!
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC; First edition (April 14, 2018)
Grandma’s Book Club: Children’s Fiction on Social Situations
From Mess To Best by Judy Kiel McKain
From Mess to Best by Judy Kiel McKain Katrina knows that a clean room is important, but she just doesn’t take the time to pick up her socks, shoes, toys and stuff.
When a little spider glares at her from her bed, Katrina figures it is time to clean up her messy room. She gets to work and in short-order she is done.
Well, what will she do next when she sees her brother’s messy room?
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC; First edition (January 11, 2018)
Grandma’s Book Club: Children’s Family Life Books (Books)
About The Author: Author Judy Kiel McKain is a native Hoosier. She grew up west of Seymour and graduated from Cortland High School. She married, raised three daughters and was widowed in 1996. In 2002 she remarried and enjoys a combined family of five daughters and thirteen grandchildren. She and her husband enjoy watching the wildlife from their country home near Hoosier National Forest, a daily event.
Judy’s writing was encouraged by her high school English teacher and she’s been writing human interest stories, inspirational and personalized poems ever since and has honed her skill through numerous writer’s conferences and creative writing classes. She has contributed to The Republic of Columbus, IN and The Brownstown Banner.
Her stories have also appeared in Memories from the Attic, The Rocking Chair Reader published by Adams Media Press and My Turn to Care, Thomas Nelson Publishers and Oak Tara Publishers in Association with Ampelos Press. Dickson’s of Seymour, IN distributes her inspirational poem JOY throughout the United States and Internationally.
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