championdrive.com's state fair spotlight - 2017 Congratulations to these state fair winners!
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The Williams family could not be happier for Caitlyn Anderson and her family for her performance at the Colorado State Fair. Our family was very excited to have raised the Grand Champion Market Lamb. This lamb was sired by “Angry Dragon” from Rule Sheep Company and goes back to a Bush League x Toga flush that has been very successful for us. We are very excited about our 2018 lamb crop. We again utilized Rule’s ram battery including Drop the Mic, OCD, Angry Dragon, Living the Dream and Balls. Please feel free to stop in and view our lambs in Moscow, KS this Spring as we will start lambing at the beginning of January. Again, congratulations to the Anderson family and thanks for all their hard work.
May Valley would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to Ryan Gobble and family on their Champion Overall Market Lamb at the 2017 Virginia State Fair! Thank you to Ed and Natalie Blevins and family for your help with this wether and continued support. "Purple 6" was sired by Impact 120 on a first-time Game On daughter, and sold in our March online sale. Thanks to our customers for a great 2017! Fall babies will be here shortly, with spring lambs coming December-March. We welcome your call or visit to the farm. Check out mayvalleyclublambs.com to learn more about our program.
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remembering Susan Ilene Morrical
On Saturday October 7, 2017, at Memorial Medical Center in Las Cruces, New Mexico, Susan Ilene Morrical unexpectedly left the physical world and entered into the spiritual world at the age of 62. Even though her time on earth was entirely too short, everyone that loved and knew her were greatly affected and forever changed by her spirit and loving nature. Susan held a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Purdue University and she worked selflessly for 27 years in the Nevada School District.
Sue worried about everyone in her life and worked endlessly to accommodate what others needed and wanted, with her primary focus being others’ happiness and contentment. She was always able to accomplish this with her endless love and her amazing talent to use butter, sugar, eggs, chocolate, or vanilla to make delicious sweet treats all could, and did enjoy; she was an amazing baker and by far her most important ingredient for every recipe was love.
She will forever be missed, but there is comfort knowing she will be with us every day in spirit and watching down on us from heaven -- never missing a tee time with her husband, an impromptu casino trip with her sisters and daughter, or sporting events and jackpot shows with her grandchildren, son, and daughter-in-law. We love you with all of our hearts and will forever be grateful for the short time we had you with us.
All of our love - forever and always.
A visitation will be held in Nevada, Iowa at the Nevada High School Auditorium on October 21st from 1p.m to 3 p.m., followed by a short memorial service after the visitation. In lieu of flowers, the Morrical family requests monetary donations, in any amount, to help fund an award to honor her memory, which will be given annually during the Iowa State Fair 4-H Sheep Show to a family who exhibits exemplary participation and sportsmanship, and embodies the values and spirit of 4-H.
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