Jeanne was born in Charleston, Mississippi and later with her family
moved to Memphis. Her family has a long history of medical doctors,
but now "Dr. Jeanne" is helping to heal souls that are lost.
From an early age she sang and performed, and while still in high school
auditioned and became a performer on many national television
programs. She is a former "Miss Memphis", and was also a
First Alternate to Miss Tennessee, was one of the original Dean Martin Gold Diggers,
and was a regular cast member of the Andy Williams, Glen Campbell Good Time Hour,
The Mac Davis Show, among many others.
Jeanne is a wonderful pianist and composer and has a CD
Make Me Your Instrument available
You can also listen and
see her sing one of the songs
on her album, "Puppies Live in Heaven."
Her doctorate degree is from Jacksonville Theological Seminary and she
writes Your Daily Notes on NotesOnLife.
Wayne originally hails from San Francisco and was raised in a Catholic family.
At twelve he started playing the trumpet,
and at just seventeen when entering the U.S. Navy
as a musician, played with the Navy Show Band in over 20 countries around the world.
He came to know the LORD in 1975 through a "coincidence" of stumbling upon
Hal Lindsey's book, "The Late Great Planet Earth", and through the Holy Spirit
and reading the Bible alone, came to know Christ.
In 1976 he entered college
with the intention of going into the ministry,
actively studying classical Greek and history, but was sidetracked by the
exploding tech revolution, earning degrees in software programming. In the fall of 2016,
he was ordained as a Pastor-Teacher in Williamsburg, Virginia.
After 38 years at AT&T and IBM, with Jeanne's support and the urging of
the Spirit, he left tech to pursue two things; a career as a musician but most
importantly-- to dedicate full time ministry work for NotesOnLife.