Susan Hymel wins Mother-of-the-Year Contest

By Staff Report

May 10, 2006 at 12:31 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Susan Hymel of Luling is the St. Charles Herald-Guide’s Mother of the Year.
Susan Hymel of Luling is the St. Charles Herald-Guide’s Mother of the Year.
Susan Hymel of Luling is the winner of the St. Charles Herald -Guide Mother-of-the-Year Contest.

The following is an excerpt of the letter submitted by Katherine Hymel in honor of her mother. As the Mother-of-the-Year, Mrs. Hymel will receive a $100 gift certificate to Adam and Eve Day Spa in Luling.

World’s Best Mom
“My mom is the BEST mom in the world! She has a healthy and loving marriage, is an active community volunteer, is the most organized person I will ever know, is a super mom and she always puts other before herself.

On May 16, she will have been married to my father for 19 years, and raised three kids. Early on, my mom decided to stay at home rather than work in order to take better care of my brothers and me.

Whenever we need help with homework, studying, or just need to talk to her about something, she always willingly makes time for us.

Each night, she provides us with a home cooked meal and makes sure we all get to sit down and eat it together so we can discuss things with one another. With all of us kids involvement, she is constantly taking us places. Whether it is to band, golf, basketball or football practice, drama camp, or to a movie with our friends, she is willing to do it all! My mom does so much for my family.”
By Katherine Hymel




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