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Rhonda is a Nashville native and the firstborn of three daughters of a musical family. She has a B.S. in English-Journalism from Tennessee Tech University and an M.A.C.E from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. She met her husband (David) on a blind date 36 years ago, and they were married six months to the day of our meeting. Their family consists of Zachary and Natalie, daughter-in-law Marie, 6-month-old grandson Colin (the beat of her heart!!), and her sweet mom Shirley. Much of her free time is spent at church, where she teaches 2nd-grade Sunday School and plays clarinet in the church orchestra. She also often plays in the orchestra for community theater musicals. Other fun activities include antiquing and doing needlework projects. She collects Delft pottery and cobalt blue glassware, and weaves caned chair seat bottoms.
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