Wells finds age brings patience
Published 12:57 am Saturday, October 22, 2011
Editor’s note: Fifty Plus is a weekly feature that provides a look at area senior citizens, their accomplishments and their life experiences. Fifty Plus prospects are asked to fill out a questionnaire concerning their lives.
This week’s Fifty Plus takes a look at Earle Wells, a retiree who lives in Washington.
Where are you from originally?
When did you move here? Why?
June 1989. Good people and my daughter’s family.
To what clubs/church do you belong?
Eagle’s Wings, a seniors’ nutrition center and Washington Housing Authority.
Education (list schools, starting with high school)
University of Albany (N.Y.) and Beaufort County Community College.
If you weren’t doing what you are doing now, what would you be doing?
If you had a million dollars, what would you do with it?
Give most to the needy.
What is the thing most people don’t know about you?
What is your favorite food?
What’s the last book you read?
What is your favorite TV show?
“Judge Judy” and “Judge Mathis.”
Where would you go on your dream vacation?
What is your pet peeve?
Live and let live, mind your own business.
What’s the best advice you ever received and who gave it to you?
Go to church. Grandmother Dolly Wells.
What’s the biggest difference between life as a senior as opposed to below age 30?
Much more smarter and patient.
Compiled by Mike Voss