Deb McDorman-Wilson

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I felt led by God to get my teaching degree at the age of 29 with three young girls and my husband overseas serving in the Army. In my senior year of college we discovered my husband of 19 years was dying from a rare form of cancer. I knew that God was truly taking care of us. I finished raising my three girls, Heather, Amber, and Chantel at Greenleaf, Idaho. They are all married and I have two grandsons, Beau and my youngest grandchild, Cole, as well as four granddaughters MacKenzie, Grace, Jayda, and Analyse. I love spending time with my family and watching my grandchildren grow. I thought I loved children before I had grandchildren, but I have a real heart for them now. I love teaching at Vision Charter. This is the most challenging job I have ever had the pleasure of doing. My goal is to make a difference in the life of every one of the children that walk through my classroom door. After 18 years as a widow, I married a friend that taught in the same district as I did. We were married on December 18th, 2010. I now I have 3 children of my own, 8 more stepchildren, and 40 grandchildren. My new name is Debra McDorman-Wilson, but the children will call me Mrs. McDorman.  Contact Mrs.McDorman-Wilson

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