" . . . Once they’d got her into the hands of the emergency room staff, Jinny and Laura decided not to stay. Jinny wasn’t feeling well herself. So Laura drove her back to the house on Deronda, and they went to bed.
Henry Randall Thomas was an attending surgeon at St. Vincent’s. In four days he’d turn 36 – so he was 20 years younger than Pauline. He was lean and soft-spoken, with residues of a calming southern accent. He was a man who enjoyed literature. He’d grown up in an Alabama family of nine and had studied medicine at the University of Pennsylvania on a scholarship and had surgical training at Mayo.
Montgomery, Alabama, Sidney Lanier High School Postcard.
1914 - 2006
Wendol Wade Crowder died quietly Wednesday afternoon, June 28, 2006, after a long illness. Mr. Crowder was born in Linwood, Alabama in 1914, but grew up in Montgomery. He was a graduate of Sidney Lanier High School and Auburn University. He was also a veteran of World War II. After the war he worked for the Veterans Administration. He retired in 1979 to his cattle farm in Linwood, which is near Troy.