Jean (Robertson) Redding is the Outreach Volunteer at Wesley Manor. She moved into Wesley Manor after having been away from Clinton County for 60 years.
Jean was born June 3, 1926 and grew up in Scircleville. She graduated from Scircleville High School in 1944. She married Floyd Redding in 1948. Jean and Floyd both graduated from Purdue in 1949. They moved to Dayton, Ohio, where they both went to work at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Jean and Floyd had two sons—Tom, who worked in Mortgage Loans and now resides in Frankfort—and Jim, who is a project manager for an engineering firm in Florida.
Jean moved back to Frankfort and Wesley Manor because she still has many relatives in the area. Jean shows up every other Wednesday–rain, shine or snow—in her big car with the colorful Florida sign on the front to help sign out books for Outreach. Jean enjoys her time at Wesley Manor, especially when she visits with her friends Rose and LuAnne, Pat and Helen. Jean is an avid reader and her most recent favorite book is The Guernsey Literary And Potato Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows.
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