The victims, Michael Bower, Perry Fetterolf and Misty Marple, “suffered burns and numerous lacerations, blunt force trauma and possible fractures as a result of the explosion," according to the report.
“It gives everyone a chance to come in here and buy a board. You can paint on it. You can write inspirational messages on it.” said Rebecca Berkley, director of development for Habitat for Humanity of Smith County.
According to a press release, Drennon brings much experience to Grand Saline ISD having been successful at multiple East Texas schools including Liberty-Eylau, Texas High School, and Mildred ISD. He also served at Mineola ISD for nine years and in 2016 won the Class 3A Division 1 State Football Cham