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Vera was active in her membership at Riverview. She was a charter member of the Ladies Guild and served on the Altar Guild. She joined the Valparaiso University Guild of Appleton and was elected to a state office in that organization. Vera enjoyed working with the women of Riverview making quilts for the Apache mission in Arizona. She also enjoyed traveling with Henry and being at the cottage on Lake Arbutus.
Most of all, she liked to take care of her and her family. She and Henry saw to it that their children attended Lutheran schools. For that the children are very grateful. Vera moved to Luther Haven, a retirement community in Milwaukee, in There she and her family celebrated her 95th, 98th, 99th, and th birthdays. She enjoyed those family gatherings very much. Vera is survived by her children: Also surviving her are 12 grandchildren: In addition, surviving Vera are 29 great-grandchildren, 4 great-great grandchildren, and other relatives and friends.
Vera was preceded in death by her husband Henry, inby two brothers, Gerald and Gary Hannemann, and by one sister, Verna Antes. February 3, Richard A. He was born on May 28,in Enid, Okla. After graduating from high school in Enid, he joined the Marine Corps in He was honorably discharged in Dick attended Oklahoma State University, thanks to the G. Bill, graduating in May with a degree in accounting.
After living on the north side of Chicago and then Morton Grove, Ill. On June 1,he was promoted to secretary-treasurer of MacWhyte. After teaching evening accounting courses for several years, Dick joined the business department faculty of Carthage College full time inpreaching the gospel of balancing the books and keeping your ledgers organized to thousands of students.
Even after officially retiring from Carthage, he continued to teach courses there for several years. In recent years, however, he also cheered for the Green Bay Packers, though he never completely gave up on his first love. He owned cabin-cruiser boats for several years, spending summer weekends on Lake Michigan and being an active member and the Yachtsman of the Year at the Kenosha Yacht Club.
He and his wife enjoyed several cruises, to the Caribbean, Hawaii, Alaska, Mexico and the Panama Canal, and in they took a family trip to Scotland, London and Paris. They also had season tickets for several years to the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre and the Broadway in Chicago theater series. Dick was an avid reader, a devotee of Time magazine and a daily watcher of CNBC and stock market news. He strongly believed in the power of compound interest and investing your money for the long term.
He is further survived by his brother, Don Snyder of Tulsa, Okla. February 3, Dr. He was born near Canton, Ohio inthe son of H. Howard and Dessie Werstler.
During his 44 year career educating our youth and teachers, Dr. For over 20 years of his career Dr. In service to community Dr. Werstler was honored to work on the development of Lake Township Historical Society as president and charter member working on the restoration of the one-room schoolhouse adjacent to Lake Local.
He was a member of St. Jacob's Lutheran Church and his long time involvement and faith was a big part of his life. During his lifetime Dr. Werstler built, restored, or enhanced over 20 houses, and two large farms. He has six grandchildren: He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Lorene Wymer ; brother, Loren; son-in-law, Sam Santell ; and granddaughter, Rachael.
She was educated in the schools of Kenosha and was a graduate of Mary D. Bradford High School Class of Nellie married Robert E. She was a member of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church until its closing and then joined St. After leaving the bank she worked for another 10 years at Carthage College in the Office of the Registrar, until her retirement. Nellie is survived by her three children, Elaine Williams, Robert J.
She is also survived by a sister, Virginia Radtke, and a brother, Albert Aceto of Kenosha; also sisters and brothers-in-law as well as nieces and nephews. Nellie was preceded in death by her parents, husband, a granddaughter, two brothers and two sisters. February 3, Robert "Bob" R. On May 2,at St. Anthonys Catholic Church, he married his junior high sweetheart, June H. She preceded him in death on June 29, From until Bob was a coach, teacher, vice-principal and principal of St.
Bob was a member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church, St. Bob served 19 years as a Kenosha County Supervisor for the 9th district. Bob was active and associated with many Civic, Education and Athletic Organizations and for which he received many accolades for his dedicated service over the years too many to list. But his main focus in life was God, Family, Country and the relationships he formed through coaching and local politics. Bob lived by the creed "A man should not be judged by the money he amasses, or the job he attains, but rather by what he has done to make life better for his fellow man.
Bob is also survived by his brother, Frank M. JoAnn Carbone and sister, Jean C. Carbone both of Kenosha and many special nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife, June. May 30, Helma M. She was united in marriage to Gregory Frank Cerminara and immigrated to the United States as a young bride in Helma was a loyal employee at Carthage for many years.
She proudly received the A. Clausen Center room dedication in Her most important job was being a wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She was an accomplished cook, enjoyed flower gardening and created beautiful works of art with her crocheting and knitting. She is also survived by three sisters, Lucia Kuntz, Gertrude Ritchie and Walberga Kliebel; two brothers, Max Brckel and Gunter Brckel; and loving in-laws, many nieces, nephews and friends.
May 30, Paul GeisemanSr. He was born March 4,in Oak Park, Ill. Otto and Marie Lohnes Geiseman. He married Lorrie Birrer on Aug. October 13, Carol A. Kelley — North Charleston, S. Her surgery a month earlier at the Trident Medical Hospital was successful, but complications afterwards led to her death.
Carol was born on January 25, in Melrose Park, Illinois.
The oldest of three children, her parents were Frederick C. She attended Carthage for two years in Kenosha. Carol was married and divorced twice Jabez Baysinger, Leland Kelley. Her son Leland Kelley Jr. Carol had 11 grandchildren, several great grandchildren, and four nieces.
During her career, Carol worked in healthcare, managed an antique store, and was organist for a number of churches.
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She also was an active volunteer at the local courthouse and played hymns on Sunday mornings for a local nursing home. Carol loved to do a wide variety of crafts, enjoyed cooking, and was an avid reader. She also loved to swim. When her children were small, she took them to the beach daily so it was like going on vacation every day of the week. In addition to her children, her menagerie always included cats and dogs but also included a donkey and peacocks when she was in Nevada and goats when she lived in South Carolina.
The family is very grateful for all of Pastor Ellen Younker's support, especially for being at the hospital with Carol when she passed away. The family is also thankful for the dedicated support provided by Steve Baysinger and Lisa Ramlow during the last months of Carol's life. Carol was a talented and amazing person who will be missed by many people. Instead of resting in peace we hope that she is playing the piano and jazzing up some hymns that are being sung by a dancing angelic choir.
In addition to her lifelong love of music, she was also passionate about animals and their welfare. May 30, William B. Born in Zion, Ill. Brent was employed with Carthage in the maintenance department.
His love of music took Brent to earning numerous trophies for disco dancing competitions, he also enjoyed watching his favorite TV shows, "Jeopardy" and "Wheel of Fortune. In addition to his parents, Brent was preceded in death by a brother, Shannon J. The composer and church musician from Hannover, Germany, served the Music Department twice as composer-in-residence, received a honorary doctorate from the College, and composed a couple of commission pieces. The most recent commission was for Richard Sjoerdsma's retirement celebration in He has been a friend of Carthage since He was born in Marshfield on Aug.
He served in the U. Army and the U. He married Barbara Ann on Sept. He enjoyed serving his community, was an active member of Cross Lutheran Church, having served on the church council and singing in the choir. Fishing with family and friends on the Gulf, the Great Lakes, and in Canada gave him great joy. For years he and his wife enjoyed sailing on Lake Winnebago and boating on Browns Lake. Music held a major role in his life, from playing the piano and singing in barbershop to singing in the choir.
He embodied the American dream. He started his business, Circle Incorporated, inbased on honesty, integrity, and the principle to treat others as you want to be treated. One of John's mottos which lives on in his family today is "Always shake a hand, have a smile on your face and a shine on your shoes.
May your days be filled with music. May your path be paved with song. May the sounds of forever lift you up and keep you strong. January 6, Eugene Lehrmann — Parker, Colo. His wife of 69 years, Jane; daughter, Judy; and son-in-law, Jon, were at his side.
Gene was born at home in Two Creeks, Wis. He married Jane Doris Feldmann on Nov. He will be remembered as a dedicated teacher, devoted mentor and veteran of United States Army Air Forces. He earned bachelor's and master's degrees in agricultural engineering from UW-Madison and taught agriculture courses in Stratford and Wausau, Wis.
He was instrumental in creating and building the Gateway Technical College campus at its current location. Gene was also instrumental in efforts to bring Carthage to the area while being director.
In the mids, he served as the national president of AARP. He was an active member of Bethany Lutheran Church while living in Kenosha. In his spare time, he enjoyed camping, chopping wood and roasting marshmallows with his grandchildren when camping without parents. He will always be remembered for his genuine smile and always being true to his word. Gene was preceded in death by his brother, Hank, and his wife, Grace; sister, Wilma Swagel, and her husband, David.
Family lovingly called him Papa and will be remembered as a caring father and grandfather. His grandchildren at times used the name "Grosspapa" to remind him of his German descent, of which he was very proud. Many remember "Butch" as a special nickname from years ago.
January 10, Steven A. She also serves, from time to time, as the treasurer for the church. Annie is the backbone of her family. The mother of seven, she is often the one who the children come to talk to, often over milk and cookies.
She tries, with her husband, to instill strong morals in her children. She is noted as hoping Ruthie will not follow in her footsteps or of her two other daughters and marry too young.
She hopes Ruthie will take the time to travel first. Annie is the only daughter of her parents. Her mother, Jenny, dies early in the first season from cancer, a death that strikes Annie hard. Harder yet is her father's quick bounce to a relationship with Ginger. During one episode, Annie leaves the church after her father brings Ginger to service. Mary chases her and is struck by a car.
Annie accepts Ginger slowly and Ginger and her father wed. Her father suffers from Alzheimer's disease and Annie spends more and more time with him in Arizona before he dies. Annie is quoted in later seasons as saying that she likes Ginger a lot more now that her parents are back together.
In an early season, Annie learned of an illegitimate daughter her father had with his high school girlfriend. She eventually meets this half-sister, Lily, and the two form a relationship over time. Inshe was included in Yahoo! In the beginning of the series, Matt is a junior in high school. Matt sacrifices his school time to help others; if they wished to remain anonymous, he would respect that and not even tell his father.
During high school, he bounces from job to job, including tutor and Dairy Shack delivery driver. He is not always a star student, but he manages to graduate at the top of his class and get accepted for a White House internship in Washington, D.
He returns to Glenoak for college, rooming with friend and fellow "P. Matt's new uncle, Dr. Hank Hastings who had actually delivered himhelps him get a job in the hospital cafeteria; during his time there, he decides to become a doctor.
He ends up working at a women's clinic with Hank, beginning by helping save the life of a woman who could not get anyone but Matt to take her symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy seriously.
He meets Sarah Glass played by Sarah Danielle Madisona fellow medical student, just when he really wished to meet the one who would be the love of his life. Their first date ends with them getting married. Because Sarah is the daughter of a rabbi played by Richard Lewis who wants his daughter to marry a Jewish man, they initially keep their marriage a secret.
They eventually have a large family wedding presided over jointly by their proud fathers, who almost called off the wedding feuding over Matt, who plans to convert to Judaism. Matt and Sarah move to New York to attend medical school, and while there have been problems, they have remained happy together. Near the series' end, they graduate from medical school and announce that they are expecting twin boys, who are born the following summer.
It is also shown throughout the series that he knows American Sign Languagea result of his relationship with Heather, making him bilingual. In the early part of the series, he is known to his siblings as "The Bank of Simon" because he always seems to have money, and he loves to make money.
His other interests have included golf, magic, and cars. During the pilot episode, Simon's most fervent wish is for a dog. When asked to say grace before the family had dinner, he even includes a dog request in his prayer.
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Although his parents do not think he is mature enough for the responsibility of a pet, Annie goes to the pound "just to look" and falls in love with a dog who was scheduled to be euthanized. This dog became the Camdens' beloved "Happy. They date for the majority of middle school, but break up on the last day of eighth grade, though they remain friends.
High school is a rough transition for Simon, despite help from his bubbly, popular big sister Lucy. He dates a girl named Cecilia Smith Ashlee Simpsonand they even consider furthering their relationship sexually, but decide against it.
The summer before his senior year, Simon accidentally hits and kills a boy named Paul Smith, who was Ruthie's age. Since Paul was on a bicycle with no helmet and later proven to be under the influence of drugs, the death is ruled accidental and Simon is not brought up on criminal charges.
However, Simon can't stop blaming himself for the accident and also fears retaliation from Paul's older brother. While in college, partly as a way to cope with his guilty feelings and low self-esteem, he breaks the family's edict of not having premarital sex. Simon has three serious girlfriends over the course of the show: Deena, Cecilia and Rose.
Simon later gets involved with a girl that he knew from college named Sandy, who has a son named Aaron, fathered by Martin Brewer. Simon provides emotional and, at one point, maybe even physical support for Sandy and her son. After a scare involving his girlfriend Georgia being pregnant it is later revealed that she only made the claim so Simon would stay with herhe meets Rose.
Rose and Simon fall deeply in love, get engaged, and plan a wedding. They finally get to the wedding day, but they decide to not get married because neither is ready for marriage, and Rose still has feelings for an ex-boyfriend. Near the end of the series, Sandy and her son Aaron show up to the party after the non-wedding, and Sandy says she needs to talk to him. However, it is not revealed what Sandy wanted to tell Simon, but it is assumed that it is about Aaron's paternity; it had been hinted that Simon was in fact Aaron's father.
In Season 11, it was confirmed he is not the father. Simon eventually goes on to marry someone else or get engaged as hinted by Ruthie in season 11but it is unknown who, although we do find out that he graduates from college. By the time she is 14, Mary is an aspiring athlete with an immense love for basketball. As the months progress, she seems to rise in both ability and confidence so much so that she wants to play in the WNBA someday until she is hit by a car before the end of her freshman year, critically injuring her knee.
She has a series of different boyfriends. She dates Wilson West, a guy she meets at the park while with Ruthie, who becomes her first love. He later reveals to Mary that he had sex with a sixteen-year-old girl, and got her pregnant. The girl died in childbirth, leaving Wilson with a son, Billy actually named Wilson Jr.
By her senior year, she and her basketball teammates allow their grades to slip, which causes their coach to impose a lockout on them. After a secret meeting, the team decides to enact their frustrations by vandalizing the school gym.
They are caught at the scene of the crime, and are arrested. Through a special program for first offenders, Mary is able to evade serious punishment by doing community service, which is where she meets Robbie Palmer. When she gets her driver's license, she can't parallel park but, on Lucy's advice, cries about it and the driving instructor compassionately gives her a passing grade.
Mary has a dream of playing pro for the Lakers, and thinks that when her coach rings her up that this is the dream coming true, but it's actually training disabled people for the Special Olympics. Mary decides not to go to college since she lost her scholarship, but work instead.
Eric and Annie learn that Mary has been caught drinking while babysitting her cousin, Erica, pulled over by a cop, and given a warning, and that she has numerous debts to credit card companies, insurance companies, and to her family. Not wanting Mary to hit rock bottom, Eric and Annie decide it is best that she go to Buffalo because they can't give her the attention she needs. She lives with her grandparents, works at a homeless shelter in the fall, and starts college in the winter.
Her departure causes some people in the church community to think that Mary had an unplanned pregnancy, but Eric quickly refutes the rumor.
She leaves home angry at her entire family, whom she sees as betraying her, and refuses to speak to her father. In time, she calms down and plans to return home for the summer, as she and Robbie start dating again.
While in New York, she discovers that Wilson is also living there. Instead of staying in Glenoak for the summer like she originally planned, she breaks up with Robbie and moves back to New York and starts dating Wilson. After getting advice from the Colonel, she decides to get a job in public service. When she starts training, she meets Ben Kinkirk, who is also in training. He comes over to her place and they kiss, which Wilson walks in on.
The two break up and she returns home to California for a time, but on a trip to New York with Lucy, she reveals that she is moving back to New York to train to be a flight attendant. She begins dating a pilot, Jack, who is the same age as her father, though this does not last. She moves to Florida for a time to get away from her family. While in Florida, Mary runs into Carlos Rivera, a man she had met while volunteering at a homeless shelter years earlier, and who the Camdens took in during the holiday season.
Carlos and Mary get married shortly after Lucy, and they reveal her pregnancy and the marriage to her family at that time. Her parents visit at the birth of her son, Charles Miguel "Charlie", named in honor of her and Carlos' late grandfathers. They eventually divorce and Carlos takes Charlie back to Puerto Rico when Mary gives her parental rights up.
It is announced by Carlos when he attends Simon's wedding that the two are back together and that Mary is expecting twin girls. Though Mary is not at Simon's wedding, she is able to still see her family the next day, as she finally graduates from college the same day as Matt and Sarah.
During the following summer, Mary gives birth to twin daughters. Lucy is known in the earlier seasons for the many boyfriends she has, as well as being overly dramatic. Until season 4, she is often seen as "less than" her sister Mary and her emotions often get her into trouble.
By the time she reaches her junior year in high school, however, Lucy becomes much more settled and switches positions with Mary, becoming the good kid. Her first boyfriend is Jimmy Moon. She has one "normal" relationship with him, but they break up. In the beginning of season two, she is crying all summer and says that Jimmy is dating Ashley. At one point, she gets arrested for being in the area where Jimmy is dealing drugs.
Later, Jimmy is shown when he had some problems with drugs, and the last time is when Lucy had a case as juror though nobody told her what it was about; because she knew the defendant personally, she was dismissed. In school, she has lots of friends and is popular—including being nominated for homecoming queen in her senior year.
She has a very good relationship with her friend Mike, who is placed in a mental hospital and is otherwise ostracized. Although Mike likes Lucy, it never quite works out. Later Lucy becomes engaged to Mike's friend, Jeremy, but they eventually break it off. In season seven, she marries Kevin Kinkirk and has a daughter named Savannah season 9. They live in the apartment above the garage at the Camdens' house up until Savannah is a few months old.
She also becomes pregnant with twin boys, which she loses in a miscarriage that deeply upsets her emotional state—though she eventually recovers. At the end of the summer, she tells Kevin that she doesn't want to have any more children.
She is a working mother working as an associate pastorwhile her husband Kevin is a stay-at-home dad. However, Kevin is offered a job as a police sheriff in "Crossroads". Later on, Lucy helps a young woman named Sandy with her pregnancy, and they soon become friends. In the end, Lucy continues as a minister, friend, mother and wife. She is offered another position in a different town as a minister, and announces that she is pregnant once again with twin boys in the series finale.
She is named in honor of her paternal grandmother. During her youth, she is portrayed as the rather precocious family sneak who loves horses. She ages rapidly over the show's run, beginning pre-Kindergarten during the first season and ending the series graduating high school a year early at age One of her teachers tries to call her "Ruth" as she assumes it is her given name, but Ruthie says her given name is "Ruthie".
In later seasons, she tells Robbie she has never had a nickname. She and Simon have lots of fun together as children, and become very close as they move toward maturity. Ruthie is the only one to briefly attend a private school, but she leaves it in protest that her friend Yasmine is being denied admission because she is a Muslim. During her freshman year she develops feelings for Camden houseguest Martin Brewer and even tells him she loves him—but quickly covers by adding "as a brother.
In season ten's "Love and Obsession", she dreams everything from Martin telling her that a paternity test had proved that Simon, not Martin, is Aaron's father; to there being no Aaron at all because Martin had never met Sandy.
When her former boyfriend and first love Peter returns during this time, she realizes that she had moved on from him. After ignoring Sandy for most of her pregnancy, Martin is present for Aaron's birth, as are both of Aaron's grandfathers-to-be. Upon Aaron's birth Martin leaves Glenoak for college; he now lives near his son. This leaves Ruthie heartbroken, but by the time Martin finally admits to her that he loves her, she is in love with new Camden houseguest T-Bone.
Ruthie and T-Bone love each other very much and even get tattoos of each other's names. After an argument they break up. Ruthie starts seeing Martin briefly. Martin says he wants to work things out with her but Ruthie chooses T-Bone and then Ruthie and T-Bone get back together.
Ruthie decides to graduate from high school early and that she and T-Bone want to travel the world together. After her graduation, Ruthie with T-Bone join the whole family, and the other current Camden house guests, for an RV road trip that includes a stop at Simon's college graduation and that after that Ruthie and T-Bone plan to go travel the world together. They were originally played by all four Brino quadruplets ; Lorenzo, Myrinda, Nikolas, and Zachary, but once the quads started aging and showing differences between them, Lorenzo and Nikolas became the official actors for Sam and David.
Sam and David are born during episode fourteen of season three "In Praise of Women". This episode was The WB's most watched hour. Happy[ edit ] Happy the Dog debuts in the pilot episode, "Anything You Want", in which Simon begs his parents for a dog, and also prays to God about it. One day, he is up in his attic and he hears a faint bark. He then looks out the window and a dog is sitting in the front yard. Later in the two-part season two finalethe daughter of Happy's previous owners sees their dog they called her Whitey on TV and wants her back.
Simon and Ruthie try to dye Happy's fur with food coloring in an attempt to make her look like a different dog. At the end of part twoHappy runs away to return to the Camdens, and Whitey's family agrees that after two years with the Camdens, this beloved pet belonged with them and would not be "happy" anywhere else. Extended family[ edit ] The Glass Family[ edit ] Dr. She first appears in the season six episode "I Really Do" as one of Matt's co-workers in the free women's clinic where both Matt and Hank work.
Matt has a blind date, but he is called in to go to work instead at the last minute, and ends up talking to Sarah all night. Sarah asks Matt out for coffee and they grow quite close. She is an only child with a Rabbi for a father. Sarah reveals that she is independently wealthy, along with many other "intimate" details. The next night, they go out for dinner after introducing each other to their parents.
They marry that night, but when they try to tell her parents, they end up only admitting they "got engaged". Ruthie is the only person to find out about the marriage and keeps it a secret until the season ten episode "Secrets".
The Camdens have dinner at the Glass house, in an attempt by Matt and Sarah to bring the families closer. After both fathers do all they can to stop it, Matt and Sarah marry for the second time. Matt and Sarah attend medical school at Columbia University in New York City, returning to Glenoak when they can, sometimes together, sometimes separately. Their marriage hits some shaky patches, especially as Matt keeps encountering his ex-girlfriend Heather.
At first, Matt and Sarah do not reveal to anyone at the hospital that they are married, and Sarah decides that even married, she will be known professionally as Dr. In the season ten finale, the Glass-Camdens graduate and announce that they are expecting twin boys in the summer. He did not approve of Matt at first because he is not Jewish. When the Camdens have dinner at his home, he tries to make them feel comfortable by joking around with them. At the same time, he is very serious about Judaism and the laws surrounding it.
Despite his and Eric's religious differences, they have become good friends following their children's marriage. Rosina Glass Laraine Newman is Sarah's mother. Unlike her husband Rosina liked Matt and helped Sarah plan her wedding to Matt. She is more easy going and relaxed than her husband like Annie. While Jessica Biel was absent from the show, her character of Mary continues with the help of Carlos.
Mary and Carlos even have a son, Charles "Charlie" Miguel. Although Mary files for divorce from Carlos and even signs away custody of her son in the two-part season nine finaleby the season ten finale they are back together and expecting twin girls, and Mary is graduating college.
In the beginning of season 11, it is mentioned that Mary gave birth to her twins over the summer and is teaching at a high school and coaching a girls high school basketball team in New York, where she and Carlos live with their three children. The Kinkirks[ edit ] Kevin Kinkirk George Stults is first introduced as a police officer in a New York airport, and soon revealed to be Ben's older brother. Kevin and Lucy set up a date as soon as they met, and like each other so much they decide to pursue a long distance relationship.
Kevin eventually transfers to the Glenoak police force, and moves in with the Camdens.
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Around season seven, he took over Matt's role as the big brother of the Camden family. He reveals to Lucy that he was once married before, when he and an ex-girlfriend had a pregnancy scare. Kevin and Lucy eventually get engaged and marry each other, living together in the apartment over the garage and then moving into the house directly behind the Camdens at the end of season nine "Kevin Loves Lucy.
Kevin is almost shot at and decides to be a stay at home dad. He convinces Lucy to adopt a Great Dane named Sampson, but Lucy also makes the decision to adopt a tiny Yorkshire terrier named Delilah. It is revealed that Kevin and Lucy were expecting twin boys; however, Lucy has a miscarriage over the summer.
In the series finale, Lucy tells him that she is pregnant again. She is named after Savannah, Georgia, where Kevin and Lucy went on their honeymoon. Savannah was born in an elevator with Matt and Kevin helping with the delivery.
Ben Kinkirk Geoff Stults is Kevin's younger brother. They are two years apart. He is introduced as Mary's fellow firefighter trainee in Buffalo in the season six episode "Relationships". Ben becomes interested in Mary while she is pondering Wilson's marriage proposal. Ben attends Kevin and Lucy's wedding in the episode "We Do. Margo, the teacher who made a move on Eric.
She first appears in season six's "Letting Go". She is introduced as a student in San Francisco. She is introduced in the pilot episode, "Anything You Want," when she came to Glenoak to tell Annie that she had Leukemia. In the episode, In the Blink of an Eye, after spending her final days living life to its fullest, i. She tells Annie goodbye and disappears in her room. Her post-funeral and memorial occurred in No Funerals and a Wedding.
While Annie is asleep before she gives birth to the twins, Jenny appears to her in a dream, encouraging and reassuring her in season three, episode 14 "In Praise of Women". Her final appearance was made in the season eleven episode "Christmas", where she tries to help Eric after he is suddenly transported to heaven. She shows Eric a pin that was given to her by Charles after Annie was born, and Annie ends up finding it in Eric's hand when he comes home.
He has another daughter named Lily, whom he fathered from a previous relationship before he met Jenny. He quickly takes off after Jenny's funeral, in "No Funerals and a Wedding," because he does not want to fall apart.
He ends up turning back from the airport and sits at the cemetery for a few hours before finally returning to the Camdens' house to apologize to Annie. He later appears in "Dangerous Liaisons, Part 1" where he introduces his new girlfriend, Ginger, to the Camdens. This angers Annie, but the problem is solved in "Dangerous Liaisons, Part 2".
He later marries Ginger, and is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease shortly afterwards. When Lily is getting married, Charles plans on walking her down the aisle, much to the dismay of Annie, but ends up having a heart attack and dying. She first appears in "Dangerous Liaisons, Part 1" where she is introduced to the Camden family as his girlfriend.
However, Annie quickly develops a hatred of her, and refuses to accept the relationship. She makes peace with Annie in "Dangerous Liaisons, Part 2. She is the first person to tell Annie about her father's Alzheimer's, as well as the one to inform Eric of his death.
She flies in from New York to be with the Camdens for Thanksgiving. While she is there, she tries to hide the fact that she is an alcoholic. When Simon is playing " Batman ", he takes the key to the liquor cabinet, pretending it is the key to Gotham City. Julie tries to get the key back, but when he would not give it to her, she attacks him.
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Annie runs in and throws her out of the house. Instead of sending her to a hospital, Eric locks her in his bedroom while she starts to go through detoxification. She eventually checks herself into a rehab center.
After living in the center for a few months, she goes back to New York to live with her parents, the Colonel and Ruth. She returns to Glenoak two years later to get a fresh start. Back in New York, everyone knows that she used to be an alcoholic and she is fired as a principal because of her drinking.
While in Glenoak, she gets a job as a teacher and falls in love with Hank Hastings, the doctor who almost killed Matt during delivery. Julie becomes pregnant and wants to leave Hank because she feels that he was cheating on her with one of his female patients, which is not true. She gives birth to a girl, whom she and Hank name Erica, after Eric and Annie.
When Julie and Hank need a babysitter, they take the risk of allowing Mary, who had been quite irresponsible, to babysit. Later, when they cannot get a hold of Mary, they rush back and discover that their place is a mess, the phone is off the hook, a liquor bottle is on the table, and Mary's friends' baby, Mercy, was left with Mary while she was supposed to be babysitting Erica.
Eric locks them in a room at the clinic and tells them that they could not come out until they had worked out their problems. They reconcile and Hank learns that Julie is pregnant again. She gives birth to a baby boy. Hank Hastings Ed Begley Jr. He was Annie's doctor when she was pregnant with Matt, which resulted in his premature delivery.
Both Annie and Eric are upset that he never apologized for his actions, but he then explains that what happened with them made him go back to medical school in order to be a better doctor. Hank is the main reason why Matt wanted to be a doctor. He unexpectedly delivers Sam and David, and the family is shown to have forgiven him. He starts dating Eric's younger sister Julie, and they get married after discovering that she's pregnant.
Erica Hastings is Julie's daughter. Feeling that they want to thank Eric and Annie they name her after them: Whenever he visits his son's home to visit the grandchildren, he expects military discipline, order and organization, even from his son. He was a Colonel in the Korean War and was evacuated for an unknown reason in He met Ruth the same year and they were expecting Eric and had to get married.
He first appears in "Seven Is Enough", when he and Ruth go on their annual visit to the Camdens, where they always bring candy that their grandkids dislike. During their visit, they go to a hardware store with Annie, Mary, and Lucy. The cashier, Emma, has rings that are a replica of Annie's stolen ones. She suspects this, but then excuses this thought.