THE SONG MOST RADIO STATIONS ARE BANNING IN THE USAThe song you are about to hear is from a Las Vegas Diamond Rio concert.They received an immediate resounding standing ovation, and continue to do so every time they perform.Sadly, major radio stations wouldn't play it because it is considered "politically incorrect."Consequently, the song was not released to the public.We can all take care of that by sending it ON!!! Although it is written for the United States it also applies to Canada and all other free Countries. Every person in the USA , Canada and the free world needs to hear this song, so please keep it going.Posted by Cora Nickerson on Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Certified Woman-Owned Business
"Our team is excited to be officially certified as a Woman-Owned Business by the State of South Carolina. This certification will allow our company to aggressively serve new markets and have increased opportunities to learn and prosper." - Debbie Martin, President/Owner
William Henry Sims
(3/14/1923 - 10/10/2014)
Henry Sims, 91, husband of 71 years to Marian Davis Sims, died Friday, October 10, 2014 at home surrounded by many family members and friends. Born in Greenville County, he was a son of the late Henry Baskell and Beatrice King Sims. He was a U.S. Army veteran of WWII and retired from Michelin. He spent his retirement learning the auction business from the family by helping for years at the equipment auctions(Martin & Martin and/or Yoder & Frey in Florida) and the cattle auction in Anderson. In addition to his wife, he is survived by daughters, Debbie Martin of Williamston and Becky Sims Cassell (Mike) of Easley; son Keith Sims of Florida; sister, Audrey Sims Martin of Anderson; grandchildren, Jeff Martin, Joey Martin, and Ashley Sims Leitherer; great-grandchildren, Alexandria Martin, Jayse Martin, Eliana Martin and Alexis Leitherer; and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by brothers, Raymond Sims and Furman Sims; and son-in-law, George Martin. In lieu of flower, memorials may be made to Anderson County Meals on Wheels, 105 S. Fant St., Anderson, SC 29624 or Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675.