Later, he was actively involved with the District of Columbia Association of the Deaf Citizens (DCADC), National Hispanic Council (now called National Latino Council of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing), Telecommunications for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Inc., (TDI), among other organizations.
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She was a member of Creekside Ministries Church in Fishers, IN, Delta Epsilon Sorority at Gallaudet University, American Sign Language Teachers Association, and H. "Ole Jim" is located on the campus of Gallaudet University, 800 Florida Avenue, N. He did much good for the communities and people he cared about.
John also had a wry and unusual sense of humor and always joked that when he was young, he wanted to run away with the circus.
He was always seeking out young people with potential and figuring out ways to provide deaf Latino students with better opportunities through scholarships and linking them with mentors.
We will always remember John with his blue eyes, intense curiosity, friendship, and easy laugh...has gone and "run off to the great circus in the sky." Farewell.
He was a chaplain for Boy Scout Troop 171 from 1972 to 1974 and was a 23-year survivor of breast cancer. He was the beloved husband of Nell Hope Walker Garrette for 61 years and father of four children, Marsha Lynn Garrette Bullock and her husband, Bishop, of Camden, S. Michael "Mike" Kemp chose to go to the heaven last Monday (November 24, 2008). for 12 years he chaired three departments before stepping down to focus on his teaching, in which he loves to do.
He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Lois; two daughters, Lauren Christie of Richmond and Sharon Sanford and her husband, Tom, of Dahlgren; one son, Paul Christie and his wife, Sonya, of Colonial Beach; six grandchildren, Julianne, Philip, Benjamin and Isabella Christie and Bethany and Joshua Sanford. (Janis) Tester; niece, Jenny (Jarrod) Musano; and two nephews, Danny and Dean Tester. C., Mark Jeffrey Garrette and his wife, Anne, of Barrington, Ill., Robin Hope Garrette Kelly and her husband, Brian, of Fredericksburg, and Daryn Nell Garrette Gibbons and her husband, Robert, of Richmond. He taught ASL for 35 years and had been teaching visual gestural communication and sign language teacher training throught the US and the world in places such as South and Central America, Southeast Asia, Japan, Middle East, the Caribbean islands, Canada, and Europe for 26 years.
He was a friend and interpreter for the deaf at hospitals, jails and the court system.
He served as president of the Virginia Baptist Conference for the Deaf in 19 and also as a senior trustee.
The family request in lieu of flowers that contributions be made to help off set expenses. He became deaf as an infant as a result of illness.
He also attended Mystic Oral School in Connecticut and graduated from Mica High School, which is now Fort A. He initiated a Christian ministry for the deaf and served that ministry at Fredericksburg Baptist Church for 28 years.
Marshall Todd Toddie Bland, 41 of Christiansburg, died Sunday, March 9, 2008 in the University Hospital, Charlottesville, VA. Wednesday, March 12, 2008 at The Horne Funeral Home. Thursday, March 13, 2008 in the Horne Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Charles Christie The Reverend Charles Christie, 93 The Reverend Charles Christie, 93, of Port Royal died Tuesday, February 12, 2008, at Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg, VA. He was educated at a variety of state schools for the deaf, wherever his father, who was career Army, was stationed.