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  2. Carolyn (Meadows) Poage Obituary (1934 - 2022) | Tulia, Texas

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    Carolyn (Meadows) Poage Obituary. It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Carolyn (Meadows) Poage of Tulia, Texas, born in Lamesa, Texas, who passed away on October 30, 2022, at the age of 88, leaving to mourn family and friends. Family and friends can send flowers and condolences in memory of the loved one. Leave a sympathy message to the family on the memorial page of Carolyn (Meadows) Poage to pay them a last tribute.

  3. Carolyn (Meadows) Poage Obituary - tributearchive.com

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    Carolyn was born in Lamesa, Texas on September 27, 1934 to Dr. Joseph Judson Meadows and his wife, Pearl Meadows. Carolyn was married to Harold W Poage of Tulia, Texas. The two met while in junior high school and eventually married on December 23, 1951. Harold and Carolyn were married for over 67 years before his death in 2019.

  4. Carolyn (Meadows) Poage - LifeMemory

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    Carolyn was born in Lamesa, Texas on September 27, 1934 to Dr. Joseph Judson Meadows and his wife, Pearl Meadows. Carolyn was married to Harold W Poage of Tulia, Texas. The two met while in junior high school and eventually married on December 23, 1951. Harold and Carolyn were married for over 67 years before his death in 2019.

  5. National Rifle Association - Wikipedia

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    North served one tumultuous term, marked by multiple legal battles and a power struggle with LaPierre; he was replaced by Carolyn D. Meadows on April 29, 2019. Board of directors. The NRA is governed by a board of 76 elected directors, 75 of whom serve three-year terms and one who is elected to serve as a cross-over director.

  6. Carolyn Waynne Meadows Obituary - tributearchive.com

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    Obituary Carolyn Waynne “Aunt CarolynMeadows, age 89 of Cottontown, passed from this life on Thursday, October 27, 2022 at her home. Graveside services will be conducted Tuesday, November 1, 2022 at 2:00 PM at Hillcrest Cemetery in White House with Wade Swearingen, Davis Murray, and Dale Swearingen officiating.

  7. National Rifle Association (NRA) - Media Bias/Fact Check

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    Founded in 1871, The National Rifle Association of America (NRA) is an American nonprofit organization that advocates for gun rights. Observers and lawmakers see the NRA as one of the top three most influential lobbying groups in Washington. The current president is Carolyn D. Meadows, and the executive vice president is Wayne LaPierre.

  8. So much learning, fun at Lynn Meadows Discovery Center

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    The nonprofit organization began when Carole Lynn Meadows lost her daughter, Lynn Meadows in a tragic accident. Lynn had been studying education at Ole Miss when she died in an automobile accident. Her mother, Carole Lynn Meadows and Rose Almond created this special place for children and named it Lynn Meadows Discovery Center as a tribute to Lynn who had a passion for children and education.

  9. Trump grand jury: South Carolina Supreme Court takes Mark ...

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    Meadows, a former North Carolina congressman, listened in on a January 2021 call between Trump and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. During that call, Trump pressured Raffensperger to ...

  10. Carolyn M. Minter, MD, MBA | Bothell, WA

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    Carolyn M. Minter, MD, MBA is a specialist in Internal Medicine who has an office at 1909 214th Street Southeast, Suite 300, Bothell, WA 98021 and can be reached at (425) 412-7251.

  11. Mark Meadows Appeals Order To Testify In Georgia Election ...

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    Meadows was also present on the infamous Jan. 2, 2021 phone call in which Trump instructed Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger “to find 11,780 votes” so that Trump could falsely claim victory in the state. Raffensperger refused the order, prompting Trump and his supporters to respond with death threats and other threats of violence.