Name: Sandra W. Snipes

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Age: 54

Occupation and title: Certified senior teller, teller advisor and backup RB at BB&T Bank in Ivor.

Spouse’s name: Ronald E. Snipes

Children’s names and ages: Jason, 30, and Kevin, 27

Church affiliation:

Antioch Christian Church

What’s the best part of your day? Sitting in the swing with Ronnie in the evenings

If you could select another profession, what would you do?: Something in the medical field.

I like to help children and the elderly.

Why do you choose to live in Franklin/Southampton/Isle of Wight County? I married Ronnie in 1971 and we built a home in Hunterdale.

Then we built in Carrsville in 1978 and have lived there ever since.

If you had two weeks’ vacation and money were no object, how would you spend your time? I would love to go to Alaska.

Favorite food: Hamburger and meatloaf

Favorite weekend destination: The beach

Favorite college sports team: University of North Carolina

What’s the best life lesson you’ve learned, and who taught you?

I will never forget when Ronnie told me, &uot;Two wrongs do not make a right.&uot;

He is a wonderful, caring and honest husband.

Favorite Bible verse:

&uot;Be content with such things as you have, as He has said, ‘I will never leave you or forsake you.’&uot;

What’s the best decision you’ve made in life? To accept Jesus as my Savior.

What’s your hobby? Reading and crossword puzzles.

If you could re-live one day of your life, which would it be and why?

No answer

What gives you the blues? Knowing that children and the elderly are abused.

What’s your best childhood memory? Having so much fun in our large family.

If you could live anywhere else in the world, where would it be and why?

North Carolina.

That is where most of Ronnie’s and my family live.

Who’s your favorite ex-president? Abraham Lincoln.

If you could pass or change one law, what would it be? I would outlaw abortion.

If you could invite three guests – living or dead, from anytime in history – to dinner, who would they be? Jesus, my dad and grandmother Mann.

What three objects would you take with you to a desert island? A Bible, bottled water and soap.

Hopefully there would be fruit to eat and I could loose some weight.

What kind of music do you like and who’s your favorite performer? Oldies but goodies.

Tell us about a good movie you’ve seen lately and why you liked it? The Notebook.

What’s the last book you read? Noah

To whom are you grateful and why? My mother.

She is always thinking about her children and she is a Christian example.