The Smith-Thompson family gathered recently for a photo. They are, from left: Debbie Thompson, great-grandmother, of Kennewick; Jolee Schaben, grandmother, of Pasco; Wilma Smith, great-great-grandmother, of Kennewick; Jocelyn O’Dell, mother, holding daughter, Cheshire O’Dell, both of Kennewick.
The Smith-Thompson family gathered recently for a photo. They are, from left: Debbie Thompson, great-grandmother, of Kennewick; Jolee Schaben, grandmother, of Pasco; Wilma Smith, great-great-grandmother, of Kennewick; Jocelyn O’Dell, mother, holding daughter, Cheshire O’Dell, both of Kennewick. Contributed photo
The Smith-Thompson family gathered recently for a photo. They are, from left: Debbie Thompson, great-grandmother, of Kennewick; Jolee Schaben, grandmother, of Pasco; Wilma Smith, great-great-grandmother, of Kennewick; Jocelyn O’Dell, mother, holding daughter, Cheshire O’Dell, both of Kennewick. Contributed photo

5 generations gather

April 09, 2016 4:24 PM

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