Holiday Blessings 2017

The holiday season is a time when we reflect on our many blessings, and one of the most precious is the gift of a child. CityScope® magazine celebrates this gift of life with snapshots of area children celebrating the joy of the season.

Easton, Addilyn, Eli, and Ethan, children of Jaime LeMay, child care director at CHI Memorial, and Jamie LeMay, agent for American National Insurance.

Hollyn and Hudson, children of Leslie Blair and Curtis Blair, girls’ and boys’ soccer coach and dorm parents at Baylor School.

Fox, son of Kirby Yost, attorney with Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C., and Jake Yost, teacher and coach at McCallie School. Pictured here with friends Virginia Wells, Cameron Mitchell, and Miles Mitchell.

William and Chloe, children of Dr. Autumn Graves, head of school at Girls Preparatory School, and Vann Graves, chief creative officer at J. Walter Thompson Atlanta.

Oliver, son of Alysa Darmody, associate creative director at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, and Alan Darmody, finance manager at Cohutta Springs Conference Center.

Tucker and Penelope, children of Rusty Posey, portfolio manager in commercial banking at First Tennessee, and Robin Posey, director of programs at The Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga.

Danetta, Giorgio, and Illyana, children of Jenni Giannourakis, senior corporate accountant at Life Care Centers of America, and Tony Giannourakis, co-owner of Portofino’s Greek and Italian Restaurant.

Robert and Pearson, sons of Vikki Clark and Frank Clark, attorney at Leitner Williams Dooley Napolitan, PLLC.

Marshall Mae, daughter of Melissa Hennessy, realtor at Real Estate Partners Chattanooga LLC, and Brian Hennessy, real estate manager at Hutton.

Harrison Jr. and Ireland, children of Brooke McCants and Harrison McCants, operations manager at Industrial Welding Supply, pictured with grandparents Clay Crumbliss, principal at Patten and Patten, and Gina Crumbliss, CEO of the Chattanooga Area Food Bank.

Aiden, son of Cheryl Giest Anderson, occupational therapist at Siskin Hospital, and Marty Anderson, owner at M&A Construction.

Milo, son of Shelby Pardue, enrollment specialist at Chattanooga State, and Josh Pardue, plumber at Trowell Plumbing, and grandson of Julie Davis, financial advisor with the Round Table Advisors of Raymond James.

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