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Dana DeAnn Cumby (Sisco)Age: 60 years1957

Name
Dana DeAnn Cumby (Sisco)
Given names
Dana DeAnn
Surname
Cumby (Sisco)
Source: S03270
Publication: Research and Entry by Marian Fitzgerald Parent. Contributor of older generation Hammond/s Family by Norma Hammonds. In reference to Van Meter by many sources, namely Henry Howe's Historical Collections of the Great West(Cincinnati:1851)has much to tell us about American frontier life of the late 1700s. Apart from some brief introductory remarks, the article was re-printed by Howe from "Notes on the Settlement and Indian Wars of the Western Parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania, from the years 1763 until the year 1783, inclusive; together with a View of the State of Society and manners of the first Settlers of the Western County," by the Rev. Dr. Joseph Doddridge, Wellsburgh, Va., 1824
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Date of Import: May 20, 2001
Birth May 9, 1957 23 21
Education
B. A. Degree, University of Houston
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Death of a paternal grandfatherIra Hershel Cumby
March 25, 1968 (Age 10 years)
Death of a maternal grandfatherHenry Glen Fitzgerald
November 15, 1976 (Age 19 years)
Cause: Complications of a stroke. The stroke left him paralyzed on the left side and he was unable to speak after that. He lived for a couple of years after the stroke.
Note: (Body Donated to University of Texas Medical School)
MarriageWilliam Richard Bitting “Bill” HurtView this family
May 9, 1980 (Age 23 years)
Death of a maternal grandmotherMary Ann Hammonds (Fitzgerald) (Wadsworth)
June 23, 1983 (Age 26 years)
Cause: Though she had cancer in the roof of her mouth, Mary Ann died of a blocked blood vessel in her stomach.
Death of a paternal grandmotherLucille Womble (Cumby)
August 12, 1990 (Age 33 years)
Residenceyes

Note: Residences: Lubbock, Texas; La Mesa, California; Santee, California; Lakeside, California; San Jose, Costa Rica (Central America); Carthage, Texas; DeBerry, Texas; Nacogdoches, Texas; Napa, California; Houston, Texas; Grand Cayman (Carribean); Houston, Texas; Austin, Texas; Dallas, Texas.
Graduate Degree 2003 (Age 45 years)

Note: Master's Degree, University of Texas School of Public Health
Divorce October 19, 2010 (Age 53 years)
MarriageGordon Kirk SiscoView this family
December 23, 2013 (Age 56 years)
Family Relationshipyes

Note: Daughter of Glynda Ann Fitzgerald Cumby and Samuel Vinson Cumby
Noteyes

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Marriage: December 10, 1952Bay City, Matagorda, Texas, USA
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Marriage: May 9, 1980Napa, Napa, California, USA
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Marriage: December 23, 2013Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada, USA

NameS03270
Publication: Research and Entry by Marian Fitzgerald Parent. Contributor of older generation Hammond/s Family by Norma Hammonds. In reference to Van Meter by many sources, namely Henry Howe's Historical Collections of the Great West(Cincinnati:1851)has much to tell us about American frontier life of the late 1700s. Apart from some brief introductory remarks, the article was re-printed by Howe from "Notes on the Settlement and Indian Wars of the Western Parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania, from the years 1763 until the year 1783, inclusive; together with a View of the State of Society and manners of the first Settlers of the Western County," by the Rev. Dr. Joseph Doddridge, Wellsburgh, Va., 1824
Text:
Date of Import: May 20, 2001
Residence
Residences: Lubbock, Texas; La Mesa, California; Santee, California; Lakeside, California; San Jose, Costa Rica (Central America); Carthage, Texas; DeBerry, Texas; Nacogdoches, Texas; Napa, California; Houston, Texas; Grand Cayman (Carribean); Houston, Texas; Austin, Texas; Dallas, Texas.
Graduate Degree
Master's Degree, University of Texas School of Public Health
Family Relationship
Daughter of Glynda Ann Fitzgerald Cumby and Samuel Vinson Cumby
NOTE
See Info above under NOTES (next to PERSONAL AND DETAILS)
Shared note
Dana DeAnn Cumby Written by her Mom, Glynda Cumby in 2007 Updated 2011 My daughter, Dana, was born on the day she was due. It was as if she woke me up and said, "Okay, Mom, this is the day we are due. We'd better get busy." Three hours later, she was born. She's been devoted to trying to get the world in order ever since. Dana is a political activist. She was one of the founding members of the River Oaks Area Democratic Women In Houston, Texas. She has volunteered at Planned Parenthood for years and frequently gets her mom involved. In 2002, Dana and I went to Washington, D.C. to participate in the March For Women's Lives. We weren't alone. Over one million other people marched too. It was a wonderful experience and we had a blast. Dana's passion is the health and well-being of teenage girls. No matter in which organization she has been involved, everything comes back to teens. Involved with DePelchin Children Services, she taught GED classes to pregnant teens and teen mothers. For each of four years, she mentored a teen-age girl and her family. She is still in touch with these women. At Communities in Schools, Dana was actively involved in fund raising and volunteering to work with the kids who were in danger of dropping out of school. She worked with 6th, 7th and 8th graders and at times was at the school three or four times a week. For her work in that program, Dana was recognized in 1984 by City Councilman Judson Robinson III and the Fourth Missionary Baptist Church as one of the "Courageous Women in Red." As she had to be out of town, her mother accepted the award in her behalf. In 2003, while earning her Master's Degree at the University of Texas School of Public Health, Dana served Planned Parenthood as the Chair of the Board for their Political Action Committee. She was Chair of the Board of Planned Parenthood for Houston, Southeast Texas and Louisiana. She served in this position two years. In another year, I think is Dana will "retire." She will, however, continue her favorite task at Planned Parenthood as a volunteer in the Teen Clinic. Every Thursday afternoon finds Dana gently holding the hands of nervous teen-agers who have come for vital reproductive health care, many for their first exams and sometimes under stressful circumstances. She answers their questions about reproductive heath, contraception, and sexually transmitted disease and stays with the girls if this is her first examination. In 2003, for all of these things, Dana was awarded the SAVVY AWARD, which is given each year by the City of Houston and Foleys. This very prestigious award is a salute to community volunteers and honors grassroot activism, individual dedication, and the spirit of giving with no strings attached, Her dad and I are very proud of her.
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