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On August 28, 2000, it was the first day of school, it was Violet's first day. She is going to Side View Elementary School, in Downtown Angels. She was always excited for science class, recess and lunch.

On September 11, 2000, it was a rainy day, the principal cancelled recess outside, so the school had recess inside. She needed to go to the bathroom so she asked her teacher's husband that she has to go. She walked upstairs and use that bathroom so nobody will go through the downstairs hallway or walk by, then she decided to use the boys bathroom. All of the 4th grade classes are taking their local state test. All of the 5th grade classes were watching a funny Christmas movie. The 3rd grade class was in reading class. When Violet entered the boys bathroom, an autistic 3rd grader will use the urinal and Violet decided to use a urinal even she is a girl. Violet peed in it. The autistic boy was looking at her buttocks, and then Violet decided to put the autistic boy's penis in the mouth she drank a little bit of the boy's urine. Then Violet was staring at his buttocks as well. Mr. Johnson walked into the boys bathroom what was going in there, he called his boss, then said "A first grader is sexually harassing one of my 3rd grade male students in the boys bathroom upstairs. Mr. Johnson grabbed Violet's hand and walked down the stairs then the hallway and then walked down into the principals office then she used the boys bathroom upstairs and show her private parts and touched his private parts. Then the principal talked to Violet how she purposely used the upstairs boys bathroom. She got expelled and got sent to Telaranaster Elementary School, she went home for the rest of the day, then got sent to her new school the next morning.

A week later on September 18, 2000, at Telaranaster Elementary School, she worn a dress with no underwear and pants to school,. It was a sunny day and it was 70 degrees Fahrenheit. When it was recess she invited half of the boys in her new class, there was a little room in the playground, she showed her vagina to her male classmates, she talked about the information about the vagina and deciced to have sex with one of them. One boy had sex with her, the teacher's wife as a chaperone walked up and taken her to Mrs. Miller's office and talked about having sex with a student.

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Aida Braverman

Portrayed by Hazel & Violet Zimmerman

Full name:

Aida Braverman

Residence:

Berkeley, California

First appearance:

It Has To Be Now

Aida Braverman(played by Hazel & Violet Zimmerman) is the daughter of Crosby Bravermanand Jasmine Trussell-Braverman. She is also the sister of Jabbar Trussell-Bravermanand Unborn Baby.

Life[]

Season 4[]

Aida's parents, Crosby and Jasmine, learn that they are expecting her in the Season 4 finale when Jasmine reveals that she is pregnant with their second child.

Season 5[]

Aida is born in the Season 5 premiere. Her parents struggle with finding a first and last name, as they debate about whether the last name should be "Braverman", "Braverman-Trussell", "Trussell-Braverman", or "Trussell". Eventually, they choose the name Aida Braverman.

Throughout the season, Aida is seen as a very fussy baby who always cries and never sleeps. Since Crosby was never there for Jabbar's baby years, he is very new at this and is annoyed that he is never getting any sleep. Nevertheless, he and Jasmine love Aida.

Season 6[]

Aida is seen in the series finale flash forward as a toddler with Amber Holt, Jabbar, Jasmine, and Crosby at the new Luncheonette.

Sours: https://parenthood.fandom.com/wiki/Aida_Braverman
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Violet M. Zimmerman, age 83, of Wolf Point

Violet M. Zimmerman, 83, of Wolf Point, left to join the Lord and her husband on Saturday, March 11, 2017 at the Faith Lutheran Home.  Violet was born April 24, 1933 to Henry and Augusta Presser Finkbeiner at Wason Flats in Garfield County, Montana.  She was the last of four children.

She was raised mostly in McCone County, graduating from Circle High School in 1952.  She lived in the girl’s dorm during the week, on the weekends she and her brother Walt would take the Studebaker back to the farm.

One summer when she was the last child home, Henry had hurt his back and she did all the farming. He had told her not to take the tractor through an especially low draw, but she did it anyway and sure enough got it stuck.  She said that he was sitting on the back scratching his head when she walked home.

She spent many years bowling on Wednesday nights. That was her night out to spend with her friends.  For many years she bowled on leagues and went to state tournaments.

All the children and grandchildren would bring their friends by the house after school for cookies. The neighborhood kids knew that she always had a jar of homemade cookies on the kitchen counter for them, even after they were adults.

On September 9, 1957 she married Richard Zimmerman. To this union they had 4 children: Renee, Duane, Mark and Darla.

Violet was preceded in death by her husband Richard, son Mark, and granddaughter Jeni, along with her parents, sister Ruby DeShaney and brother Walt Finkbeiner.

She is survived by children Renee Eggebrecht, Duane Zimmerman and Darla Zimmerman and sister Lucille Thomas of Las Vegas, Nevada; grandchildren Ryan (Kristina), Brent and Curt Zimmerman, Darci (Dustin) Hunsaker; great grandsons Thai, Peyton and Hunter, along with numerous nieces and nephews that she fed on many occasions.

Services will be held on Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 10:00 am at the First Lutheran Church.  Following the service and interment a reception will be held at the church.

Memorials can be sent to the Faith Lutheran Home in Violet’s name. We would like to thank them for all the wonderful care that they gave her.

Cremation has taken place and arrangements are being are being handled by Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel.

Service Schedule

Memorial Service

10:00 a.m.

Thursday March 16, 2017

First Lutheran Church

415 Johnson Street

Wolf Point, Montana 59201

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Inurnment

Thursday March 16, 2017

Greenwood Cemetery

Wolf Point, Montana

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Service Schedule

Memorial Service

10:00 a.m.

Thursday March 16, 2017

First Lutheran Church

415 Johnson Street

Wolf Point, Montana 59201

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Inurnment

Thursday March 16, 2017

Greenwood Cemetery

Wolf Point, Montana

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Sours: https://claytonstevensonmemorialchapel.com/obituaries/violet-zimmerman-age-83-of-wolf-point/
June 8, 2020
MIFFLINTOWN, Violet L. Zimmerman, 93, of Bridges at Brookline, Mifflintown and formerly of Mifflintown died at 4:40 a.m., Saturday, March 24, 2012 at the Bridges at Brookline.
Born November 24, 1918 in Beale Twp., Juniata County she was a daughter of the late Emmanuel D. and Jennie (Bryner) Lebkicher. Her husband, Lester H. Zimmerman, Sr., preceded her in death on December 30, 1980.
She is survived by three sons, Lester H. and his wife Vera (Swartz) Zimmerman, Jr., Jeffrey M. and his wife Miriam (Fairman) Zimmerman, Randall E. and Nancy (Leppert) Zimmerman, all of Mifflintown; she also leaves behind eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
One son, Douglas C. Zimmerman preceded her in death on July 15, 1983, and she is the last of her generation having been preceded in death by 8 siblings, Earl Lebkicher, Charlotte Knepp, Emma Foltz, Elsie Clouser, Hazel Heister, Marie Kinzer, Learie Swartz and Pearl Houtz.
She was a member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Nook, the Order of the Eastern Star, Mifflin Ch. 260, Mifflintown and the Juniata County Council of Republican Women.
In earlier life, she along with her late husband, owned and operated Terrace Gardens, Mifflintown , then they owned and operated Zimmie’s Restaurant in downtown Mifflintown. Later, she was employed by Zimmie’s Diner, Mifflintown before retiring as a sales lady from Dank’s & Co., Lewistown.
Violet was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She loved to share her extraordinary culinary skills by cooking, baking pies and cookies and making fudge.
Services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, March 27, 2012 from the St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Nook, with the Rev. Charles Hershberger officiating. Interment will follow in the Westminster Presbyterian Cemetery, Mifflintown.
Viewing will be held from 6 – 8 p.m. on Monday, March 26, 2012 from the Brown Funeral Homes, Inc., 100 Bridge St., Mifflintown. There will be no viewing on Tuesday at the Church.
For those who wish, memorial donations in Mrs. Zimmerman’s memory may be made to the St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 15275 Rt. 35 South, Mifflin, PA 17058.

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