Dr. and Mrs. George Washington Dorman and Amos, c. 1885.
“My grandparents, Amos and Hattie, lived on a farm of 380 acres.” Page 9.
“I still have his uniform.” Page 15.
My mother, Vance Howell Dorman.
My parents, Vance and “Molly,” in wartime.
My brother Jim in the 1940s.
Jim was a gregarious boy of action.
“I pondered issues I now consider theological, how God could possibly love me as much as Daddy did.” Page 17.
My family around 1957.
“I betrayed Butch twice and he forgave me once.” Page 30.