Rhonda Wedeking

Rhonda Wedeking

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Name: Rhonda Wedeking

Hometown: Lake Park, Iowa

Family: Husband Charlie and a big yellow dog named Casey

Favorite Food: It would be easier to list my least favorite food! I love seafood and steak on the grill. However – if there is no peanut butter in my cupboard – I could hyper-ventilate!

Favorite Music: Country of course! Current favorites include George Strait, Trisha Yearwood, Keith Urban and Taylor Swift. But I do love the classics as well. The best have to be Patsy Cline, Charlie Pride and Waylon. I do have to listen to a little classic rock as well…like Boston, Aerosmith and Queen from time to time.

Favorite Movie: Love the classics…anything with Cary Grant, Katherine Hepburn or John Wayne. One of the best old movies is “The Philadelphia Story”.

Hobbies: Love to be outside! I play in the garden, golf and bowl. I also enjoy the theatre – both performing and watching.

Something you might not know about me: When I started here (a very long time ago) I didn’t like country music.


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