TACKY FINDING GOD'S HELP IN TIMES OF CRISIS Eloise Yarborough (Fox) Lott, has lived through many excruciating trials and tribulations, including thirty-odd surgeries. Her husband of fifteen years, Etheridge Fox, was electrocuted while trimming trees in their yard in Gadsden, Alabama in 1961. Her second son, Steve Fox, broke his neck in a bicycle accident at age six. Her daughter, Myra Fox (Hudson) paralyzed in a car wreck at age seventeen, has been a paraplegic for thirty-seven years. Larry Fox, her first son and a world-wide musician, died with aids at Eloise's home in Decatur, Alabama in 1993. After more than fifteen years as a widow, Eloise met Coleman Lott. His wife of forty-three years was murdered in a robbery at their salvage store in Decatur, Alabama. Sometime later, Coleman's son got his Dad and Eloise together at a picnic at Noccalula Falls in Gadsden, Alabama, and a romance soon blossomed. Eloise and Coleman Lott enjoyed twenty-nine wonderful years of marriage which was sprinkled with various trials and tribulations. The Lord called Coleman home in April, 2005. Eloise's greatest desire is to encourage others living through life's tribulations, and helping them to find the peace and comfort only Jesus Christ can give. Thank You, Lord Over these many years Of heartaches, pain and tears, With one surgery after another It has been hard to be a good Wife and Mother. But with faith and trust in the Lord, He has brought me through, And, He will do the same for you.