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Mrs. Frances Mitchell Hallman

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AVX Corporation

1 Avx Boulevard

Fountain Inn, South Carolina 29644

United States

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AVX Corporation is a leading international supplier of electronic passive components and interconnect solutions with 20 manufacturing and warehouse facilities in 11 countries around the world. AVX offers a broad range of devices including capacitors, resi ... more

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Frances Mitchell Hallman



Loris High School

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Early Beginnings [cached]

After many dedicated years of working with hundreds of children in her kindergarten, Frances Mitchell Hallman would most certainly be filled with pride to know her name lives on in Bruce and Annie's unselfish efforts to help children of the world.

FMH stands for Frances Mitchell Hallman, Bruce's mother. It was her inheritance she left the Hallmans that allowed them to buy an 89-acre farm in the Mt. Vernon community, south of Loris.
"I guess it was a step by step process. You try to have children and that bombs out and you start the adoption process and the more you get, the more you like it. We just felt it was our calling in life to do we decided to go all the way and make it an international orphanage," Hallman said.
Mrs. Hallman was born in Panama where she endured a traumatic childhood. She arose before daybreak to pick fruit on her grandfather's farm before taking ice cold baths in the river. Her home had a dirt floor and water was drawn from a nerby well.
An American Army chaplain told her about the United States and she held on to a dream that she would eventually leave her abusive father in Panama and come to the United States.
Now she wants to make that dream come true for other Central American children. She and Hallman have adopted six Panamanian children and have a seventh boarding with them.
One student who refused to obey the Hallman's strict rules was sent back to Panama. Mrs. Hallman said she knows of at least three more students who would like to come to the United States to study, but the high cost of getting them here has prevented it.
Patrick, the Hallmans' lone student, wants to attend Coastal Carolina College for two years and then transfer to Clemson University for a degree in animal science. He has graduated from high school, but continues to attend Loris High School so he can improve his English enough to succeed in college.
He hopes to return to Panama to take over his father's cattle farm.
He is willing to help with the chores on the Hallman farm and conform to their rigid rules "because it's my future, I think."
One of the Hallmans' sons, Felix, has been in the U.S. since he was 7-years-old. He graduated from Loris High School and will report to the U.S. Navy in March.
With help from the GI bill, he plans to attend UNC-Chapel Hill and then Medical University of South Carolina.
As a medical doctor, he wants to return to Latin America to repay his people.
But Mrs. Hallman doesn't paint a tropical paradise when she talks about Panama.
"A lot of children are literally in the street begging," she said.
She contrasts that with the United States.
"I went to visit my kids at Daisy School and when I saw how they throw the lunch away - It's so sad," she said.
While working on her school and orphanage, she has undertaken the task of helping Panama's children where they are.
This past year, she visited Panama three times taking clothes and other supplies to the people.
The family lives in a combination house, mobile home which Hallman is renovating by himself.
"One weekend you work on windows, the next on cars and the next you type letters. It's a love. It comes from within," said Hallman, an engineer at AVX.
The Hallmans love the peaceful rural life near Loris, but have decided they need to be nearer Conway.
They are trying to sell or trade their farm for something in the Conway area.
Mrs. Hallman admits that progress on the club has been slow, but says she isn't discouraged.
"You have to crawl before you walk," she said.
"We believe on the faith of God everything can be accomplished," she said.

My Favorite Hymns [cached]

My mother, Frances Mitchell Hallman (FMH), saw to it that I attended church on a regular basis.

Hadassah: The Disobedient Esther! [cached]

Because, in the pure and simple of it, back in the year 2000, Annie and Geaoge teamed up to put through a very evil and dishonest divorce that would allow them full possession of the prize of a lifetime; the Hallman farm purchased through "Dad's" inheritance from "Dad's" mother Frances Mitchell Hallman (FMH). However, what really makes this "Hallman farm" so valuable to them is that it really belongs to be used for His Divine Plan.

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