Tale of love spans generations
Sometimes love can last a lifetime, but even more special is the kind of love that spans generations.
Such is the story that begins with two friends Hazel Miller and Ki Davis, who met as 6-year-old children in 1932 at Morning Star School.
From the beginning the two were fast friends, and their friendship endured into the teenage years. The two were so close, in fact, that Hazel had to pre-approve any of the girls Ki was interested in dating. Fortunately for Ki, the girl he fell in love with was Hazel’s close friend, Wilma Sue Nichols.
Ki and Wilma eventually married Nov. 15, 1945, with their friend Hazel as their witness. The wedding was only two days before Ki left for the Navy during World War II. Hazel later married another Navy man, C.E. Frederick, on Nov. 26, 1948.
After the war, the ...