Dinner Bell is honoring Dr. Omer and Nell Kirkpatrick this week.
Omer Kirkpatrick was born in Sulphur Bluff on May 17, 1912. On November 13, 1943 he married Ruby Lanell (Nell) Ellison. He served in WW II with the rank of Major after graduating from Southwestern Medical School.
The Kirpatricks were the parents of Seba and Bob Kirpatrick, June Finke, Ruth Palmer and Ann Wyatt.
He was a physician in Sulphur Springs for 33 years with 30 of those years being the County Schools physician.
Nell was the ultimate wife, mother and homebody. To know Nell was to love her!
Grab and Go with a meal from the distribution area under the covered driveway on the Northeast corner of the First United Methodist Church campus starting around 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday.
Mediterranean Roasted Carrots
BE CAREFUL AS THE PANDEMIC IS STILL IN OUR MIDST! WEAR MASKS WHERE REQUIRED! WASH YOUR HANDS OFTEN! GET INOCULATED AND BOOSTED!
DINNER BELL CARES ABOUT YOUR HEALTH!
The mission of the Dinner Bell is to end hunger in Hopkins County. Fresh, hot, nutritious meals are prepared by volunteers each Wednesday and served to our guests at the First United Methodist Church. Through the generous support of church and community members and corporate sponsors we have been able to serve over 20,000 meals to those in need since opening our kitchen in 2012.
If you or your business would like to sponsor a Dinner Bell meal, give them a call at 903.885.2185