Yosko recognized for service
WOODVILLE – The board of directors and volunteers of Caring is Sharing Food Pantry in Woodville want to wish the organization’s longtime volunteer Caryl Yosko a happy 90th birthday on June 7.
Yosko, is the oldest active volunteer with the organization, but is “young at heart.” She and her husband, Ray, moved to Tyler County in 1976, and raised five children: Karen, Michael, Scot, Terri and Rick, all who followed her example of service by working in service-oriented professions.
Yosko worked for more than 20 years for a medical benevolence foundation, which allowed she and her husband to travel outside of the country, and she has many wonderful memories of their experiences.
After settling in Tyler County, Yosko also worked at the Tyler County Booster. She has a heart for service, not only at Caring is Sharing, but is also an active member of the Tyler County Hospital Auxiliary. When asked about how she continues to serve at her age, her comment was, “I live a day, sleep and then live the next day.”
Caring is Sharing wishes to thank her for her service and wants to wish her a happy birthday and continued blessings from God.
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