Robert E. Stevenson, M. Photog., Cr., to
whom I owe my photographic success, presented me with
the "MASTER of PHOTOGRAPHY," degree.
The Photography World lost the greatest
photographer ever in the year of 2000.
Thank you Bob, Mama, Daddy, Donna and
I LOVE ALL OF YOU!
Master of Photography (M. Photog.)
Awarded for superior photographic
competence, demonstrated through photographic
competition, advanced education and service to the
Requires 25 merits, of which a minimum of
13 must be Exhibition merits. The other 12 merits can be
either Exhibition or Achievement (Service) merits.
A Little Update
(Julie’s parents who were her best
friends, partners, and loves) In 1943, as Frances Anson
was roller skating, she lost her broach. Navy man, Otto
McGaughey returned it to the disc jockey.
Our “perfect parents” dedicated their
lives, worrying, caring, sharing and sacrificing for
their daughters Julia Ann and Donna Jean.
December 10, 1999, 11:30 A.M., Alcovy Road
and Route 142 in Covington, Georgia, they were in a
tragic automobile accident. Otto McGaughey (artist,
Died of heartbreak December 10, 2002.
Frances McGaughey (our sweet Mother) suffered severe
brain injury and was placed in a nursing home.
Julie McGaughey dedicated the next years
seeking doctors, therapists and organizations to help
better Mamas condition. Doors were slammed in their
faces every time. Mrs. McGaughey faced years of dead
weight, feeding tube, hands contracted, diapers changed
and never speaking a word. After contracting pneumonia,
generated by a shattered foot and bed sores, Mama and
Daddy were reunited November 30, 2004.
Julie would like to thank her customers
and is ready to continue carrying on the business she
and her family created. I miss and love