Holiday Blessings 2019

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.

 

 

arlo tuttle standing in a sled

Arlo, son of Kaylon Tuttle, regional director of revenue management at Vision Hospitality Group, and Meg Tuttle, payroll administrator at Southtree

andrew and sophie santola at rock city

Andrew and Sophie, children of Jason Santola, quality manager at Colonial Chemical, and Katie Santola, digital marketing manager at Rock City

reese and hudson gibson with santa claus

Reese and Hudson, sons of Katherine Gibson, physical therapist at Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation, and Ben Gibson, supply chain manager at Kordsa

kiptyn and mila lynch laughing

Kiptyn and Mila, children of Beau Lynch, vice president of operations at Parkridge Valley, and Melody Lynch, stay-at-home mom

nathaniel and kaylee denham

Nathaniel and Kaylee, children of Michelle Denham, clinical informatics nurse at CHI Memorial, and Matthew Denham, system operator at EPB

madelyn and isabel with mickey and minnie mouse at disney world at christmas

Madelyn and Isabel, daughters of Christian Orth, business development manager at Erlanger Health System, and Laura Orth, rehab liaison at Encompass Health

jamison laney by a christmas tree

Jamison, daughter of Teresa Laney, vice president and regional compliance consultant for the trust department at First Horizon Bank, and Kevin Laney, liability technician at Shaw Industries

brock and oscar meadows with santa claus

Brock and Oscar, sons of Brent Meadows, physician at Erlanger Health System, and Macy Meadows, nurse anesthetist at Erlanger Health System

macon and maddox hisey sitting in front of a fireplace in christmas pajamas

Macon and Maddox, sons of Michelle Hisey, human resources business partner at Kenco Group, and Matt Hisey, tax partner at Mauldin & Jenkins

zane, evangeline, and audrey with their parents and santa claus at ruby fallls christmas underground

Zane, Evangeline, and Audrey, children of Matt Owens, senior graphic designer at Ruby Falls, and Dana Owens, stay-at-home mom

lila and lawson milburn in front of a christmas tree

Lila and Lawson, children of Charlie Milburn, client services specialist at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, and Latricia Thomas Milburn, managing editor/news anchor at WTVC NewsChannel 9

layla jaelle and lilly rose tucker with santa claus

Layla Jaelle and Lilly Rose, daughters of Nate Tucker, director of IT Systems at Lee University, and Dr. Stacey Tucker, associate professor of sociology at American Military University and American Public University

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