Pair of adoption stories lead to two happy Lawrenceburg families
By Meaghan Downs
Wednesday, November 27, 2013 at 4:20 am (Updated: November 27, 4:30 am)
Tammy Neurohr’s son Justin wanted to know where Family Court Judge John David Myles’ pants were.
Tammy and her four children skipped school last Friday morning at the Anderson County courthouse so that Allison, and her fraternal twin siblings Sydney and Rolan Ebersole could officially become adopted as Neurohrs.
The Neurohrs could not agree on their favorite parts of Thanksgiving, the first Thanksgiving they’ll be spending as the new Neurohr family.
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