Florence Decker Corry : A Woman of Dignity, Charity and Grace
Florence Decker Corry was an ordinary woman who left an extraordinary mark on the lives of those she touched. Born in 1911 to a Mormon pioneer family in Southern Utah, she lived through two world wars and began raising a family in the Great Depression. Family and friends remember her elegance, her sense of humor, her compassion, her practical faith and her love of life. For all of us who wish we had known her, this is Florence's story.
- Paperback | 152 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 8.64mm | 281.23g
- 12 Apr 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Juliana Wallace
Juliana Wallace is both deeply profound and witty. Surrounded by literature and music as a child, Juliana graduated with a BA in English from Utah State University. After years working as a technical writer and editor in the corporate arena, she turned to creative nonfiction and biography as her avenue of discovering and illuminating the world around her. A woman who seeks beauty in her surroundings, Juliana carves out time to hike with her children, explore art in its many forms and wonder at the quiet moments of the soul. Juliana currently writes at http: //darkchocolatemoonrise.blogspot.com/ and recently published the book "Skipping Past Cornfields: Musings From Mid-life."