And don’t let his respectable history fool you, either. A native of Houston, Texas, Joe Horn worked in the communication industry for decades, moving up the ladder slowly but surely before retiring as a computer program manager for AT&T in 1998.
Later that year, Joe Horn moved in with his daughter and her husband in their house in Kentucky to help raise his grandchildren. When his daughter’s husband died, everyone moved back to Houston and Joe Horn went back to work to help support them. Eventually his daughter re-married, they bought a house in Houston, and invited Joe Horn to move in, which he did, again.
Sometimes justice comes a little too late, like in the case of 22-year-old Sean Nelson.
Sean Nelson, his 20-year-old brother, Derrick Nelson, and 20-year-old Helen McKonnen, all piled into a black Honda at about 4 in the morning and drove to a neighbor’s house – which was about half a block away from the Nelson residence.
In that house lived the Gonzalez family, which consisted of 17-year-old Ana Christina Gonzalez, her 1-year-old son, her father and her two brothers, one of which was 16 and the other 20.
Well, Sean Nelson had a shotgun and wanted some of the stuff that was in Gonzalez family’s house, including a video game system. Probably an Xbox 360.
Moved by G. Zimmerman, seconded by M. Fay upon the recommendation of Mark J. Ward, Superintendent of Schools, to accept the resignation of JOHN STELMACK, with regret, as an Elementary Principal at East View, effective November 24, 2004.
2) We don’t invite homeless psychotic people to live with us.
While the second one pretty much goes without saying, we’ve found that the first one can be avoided by putting a mixture of one part Elmer’s Glue to 10 parts water into a milk carton and leaving it there with a sign saying “admin’s milk – DO NOT DRINK!”