Sasee Gets Candid

Meet Susan Tyler

By Leslie Moore

Meet Susan Tyler

For the past 32 years, Susan Tyler has operated Ruby’s Beauty Shop; a small salon attached to her family home in Pawleys Island, started by her mother, Ruby, in 1961. Most of the time, Susan lives alone. Her only daughter is married and lives in the Columbia area with her husband and two children. But, […]

Meet Alice Titley

By Leslie Moore

Meet Alice Titley

Ten years ago, Alice Titley moved to Myrtle Beach for a life of service to others. As a Chaplin and missionary, she is supported by friends and Victorious Christian Living, International. A retired educator, Alice moved here from California where she first taught public school and then in private Christian Montessori schools. Alice met me […]

Meet Nancy Jarrett

By Leslie Moore

Meet Nancy Jarrett

Nancy Jarrett loves order – in her work as the C.P.A. for Waccamaw Community Foundation, and at home where any nice day may find her outside on her riding lawn mower or edging her immaculate lawn – but not before she makes her bed and balances her checkbook to the penny! Warm and attractive, Nancy […]

A plain manila envelope arrived at our office a couple of weeks ago from Stephanie Necessary, Creative Writing and Yearbook teacher to 6th, 7th and 8th graders at Forestbrook Middle School. After hearing about our “Women of Character” contest from Eileen Patonay, the school’s Career Development Facilitator, Stephanie asked all of her students to write […]

When you walk into Salon VIP, where Rhonda Todd is a nail technician, laughter is the first sound you hear – Rhonda’s laughter. For fifteen years, Rhonda has been making her customers feel special by providing not only manicures and pedicures, but kindness and a liberal dose of humor. Her customers love her. One says […]

Meet Charlotte Hoffman

By Leslie Moore

Charlotte Hoffman is grateful for her wonderful life. She is a happily married, 20-year resident of Murrells Inlet, and she and her husband have three children between them. With all three children out of the nest, Charlotte has become a tireless worker for the homeless in our community, and this elegant and stylish woman was […]

Vernie Dove is one of the most community-minded men living and working in the Grand Strand area today. Since he moved here in 1987 he has been named Citizen of the Year, served as President of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, helped start a Kids Voting program, was named Rotarian of the Year… […]

On August 8, 2008, Danner Evans will make her Grand Strand debut as anchor of the evening news on WMBF-TV, the new NBC affiliate serving our area. Sasee is pleased to welcome Danner and her husband, Norwood, to the Grand Strand. What inspired you to choose television news as your career? I grew up watching […]

Stephanie and her husband, Gerald, adopted Julian 16 months ago through Bethany Christian Services, the largest national adoption and family services agency in the United States. She agreed to share her heartwarming story with Sasee in honor of Mother’s Day. Our daughter, Lily, is now 6 years old. When she was two we had a […]

When Cheryl Bauerle’s daughter, Sommer, was born she knew almost immediately that there was something different about her. By the time she was two Sommer had been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and was receiving daily therapy. People with ASDs tend to have problems with social and communication skills and have unusual ways of learning […]

 Page 5 of 6  « First  ... « 2  3  4  5  6 »