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Emma May Vilardi

Emma May Vilardi (née Sutton; June 23, 1922 – July 9, 1990)
Emma was born Emma May Sutton in Kansas City, Missouri in 1922 and died in Carson City, Nevada in 1990. Emma authored Heritage and Legacy: Town of Kearney, New Jersey in 1967 and a booklet titled Handbook for the Search in 1973 which was originally distributed to members of ALMA Society and then later by TRIADOPTION® Publications. She also wrote a number of unpublished children’s stories.

Sonny Dunham

Elmer “Sonny” Dunham (November 16, 1911 – July 9, 1990) was an American trumpet player and bandleader. A versatile musician, he was one of the few trumpet players who could double on the trombone with equal skill.

Ryan Taylor (fashion model)

Ryan Taylor is a Canadian fashion model from Burlington, Ontario, who is known for his many runway appearances. He was signed to DNA Model Management and is now with Why Not Model Agency.
Taylor’s father, Frank, works in commercial real estate. His mother, Sabina, is an insurance broker. Frank is of English, Scottish and Irish descent, while Sabina has German and Egyptian origins. Taylor, who is 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m), began modeling while still a high school student at Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School. Before the age of 17, he modeled for fashion companies Calvin Klein, Yves Saint Laurent and Prada. He has also modeled for Alexander McQueen, J.Lindeberg, Miu Miu, and Alessandro Dell’Acqua, and in the CoSTUME NATIONAL in Paris, France.
During the fall 2007 season, he was part of 36 runway shows.

Lois Neilson

Lois Neilson (September 7, 1895 – July 9, 1990) was an American silent movie actress who became actor and comedian Stan Laurel’s wife.
She was born in Tulare, California. She and Laurel both appeared in Do You Love Your Wife? in 1919.
Neilson and Laurel began sharing her apartment in 1925, and married on August 13, 1926.
Their daughter, also named Lois, was born on December 10, 1927. Their son, also named Stanley, was born two months premature in 1930, and lived for nine days. Neilson and Laurel divorced in December 1934.
She died in Los Angeles at the age of 94 from natural causes.
Through her daughter, she was the mother-in-law of Western actor Rand Brooks, best known for his role of Lucky Jenkins in the Hopalong Cassidy “B” films.