By Melissa Hicks
Dottie Branson is an administrative assistant of Highlands Latin School Indianapolis, and has been a Noblesville resident for seven years.
What was the last good book you read?
“‘Kisses From Katie.’ It’s a true story of this young woman just graduating from high school … She went to Kenya and fell in love with the country and the people. It’s phenomenal. She’s like 25 now and she’s got 11 or 12 little girls that she’s adopted.”
What is something nobody knows about you?
“When I was a senior in high school, I was crowned Miss Tip-up. That was a big, huge ice fishing festival in Hillsdale, Mich.”
What music have you been listening to recently?
“Last summer I became acquainted to a vocalist, pianist, and composer named James Elliott.”
Do you have a pet?
“A shih tzu. He’s my boy. His name is Wilson.”
What do you like most about your community?
“I really like it here. I like the people, this church (First Baptist Church in Carmel) and our church in Elizaville where my husband pastors. God’s given us a sweet home and we’re only 5 minutes from our kids and grandkids.”
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