On May 22, 1932, Ingeborg Johnstad-Moeller was born in Denmark. She grew up in time of Second World War and as a young woman, trained to be a nurse.
When she came to Canada she worked as a nurse at the Brome Missisquoi Perkins Hospital. While working there she met James Fulford. They fell in love and got married and they had five beautiful daughters.
While raising their family they lived for five years in Holland and later, when the girls were grown, Ingeborg and Jim lived in Mexico for a time. His work for Albany Felt brought him around the world.
Ingeborg has led a full life and this past weekend family and friends came by to wish her a happy 90th birthday. Christa, a good friend, had travelled from Holland, and some relatives and friends drove from Ontario and places in Quebec. Seeing her was well worth the effort.