Who is LB?
"Leftbrain" or "LB" as Jeanne lovingly referred to him, is her husband Jerry. Jerry played an active role in Jeanne's business when he was not playing golf, badminton, table tennis or tennis. He was in charge of areas such as the computers, finances, shipping, picking up office supplies and other leftbrain tasks. Please understand. Jeanne and LB had a great relationship. He was happy to do any and all of these tasks and others as long as he had time to play golf. Several times a month he traveled with Jeanne to shows, usually the ones at golf resorts. He especially liked Hawaii.
GRAND OLE OPRY
Jeanne has appeared on the GRAND OLE OPRY several times since 2014. She was treated like royalty by nice folks and the live audience was great!
Tours White House with LB and Toni
Jeanne's emphasis was on volunteer service. She contacted the White House to volunteer to speak at an event to honor the 1,300 citizens who volunteer their time to supplement the White House staff, answering correspondence and doing other duties that would otherwise have to be handled by paid staff members. Jeanne spoke to the volunteers in the auditorium at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, located adjacent to the West Wing of the White House. She was thrilled to have an opportunity to volunteer for the volunteers.
Jeanne and husband Jerry (aka, "Leftbrain") - and 28 now very good friends - spent eight days whitewater rafting down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon in August, '06. The group rafted 247 miles, slept on the ground in small tents, ate great food prepared by their guides and rode through every whitewater rapids without losing a person. Now the big question: Will what happened on the rafting trip stay on the rafting trip? Not a chance! Her hilarious story about the trip is found on "Flat-Out Funny."
Delivered the Elon Commencement address
Hangs out with her friends
Visits The Gates in NYC
Buddies at the beach
Runs 1/2 marathon
Longtime Elon benefactors Jeanne & Jerry received the university’s highest honor, Elon Medallions.
Crowned Miss North Carolina
Heard daily on satellite radio