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She grew up in Grant City, trained as a teacher and began teaching school at the young age of 17, teaching in a one room schoolhouse in Blockton, Iowa.
Frances then met her future husband, Eugene Mc Calla, and they married in Grant City's Baptist Church on June 17th, 1947.
Harold retired after many years working in construction, mostly in waterproofing, concrete finishing and as a bricklayer.
Harold, along with his first wife, Ann, and second wife, Virginia, owned and operated a popcorn wagon, travelling to fairs, steam engine shows and tractor pulls in the Midwest.
On June 17th, 2017 they celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary.
They lived on the family farm in Blockton, where they raised their three daughters: Loucinda, Kathleen and Lou Gene. Upon exiting the Army, he worked for various companies before retiring in 2003 from American Airlines where he worked as an aircraft mechanic.
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He also was a newspaper carrier for the Kansas City Star for many years while living in Independence, MO.
During his retirement years, he and Virginia enjoyed time as snowbirds in Arizona and later in Weslaco, TX.
Harold enjoyed camping, gardening, farming, bird watching, square dancing, time in the Ozarks with his family, and mowing grass.