Kathleen Smith Young - Loving Mother, Wife and Friend - Departed October 30, 2009

Mrs. Kathleen Smith Young, 29, of Virginia Beach went to be with Our Lord on October 30th, 2009. Mrs. Young was born in Okinawa, Japan the daughter of Herbert Smith and Carol Parker Smith. Katie is survived by her loving husband, Justin Young, her children, Justin and Madison Young. Also surviving are her parents, Herbert and Carol Smith, and her Father and Mother-in-law, Thomas and Patricia Young. Her brother, Steven Smith, sisters, Carrie Sim, and JoEllen Anderson, a brother-in-law, Kenneth Young, sisters-in-law, Tammy McGaugh and Kendra Cranor, as well as several nieces, nephews and cousins, also survive Katie.
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Ad eorum memoriam quos valde amo... "In memory of those we love..."

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It's almost Christmas!


After 11 years, I am finally listening to everyone who has begged to know when another album was coming out.
The wait is over!
I am officially in the final stages of my first mainstream album entitled Photographs; featuring some of the songs I've posted via YouTube (you can find them below).


Just For Me by Justin Young 3
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Thursday, September 15, 2011

Amazing Grace My Chains Are Gone

My Chains Are Gone by Chris Tomlin is by far my favorite rendition of Amazing Grace.  I was inspired to sing it at a youth function at church.  The strength of the song was so powerful, you could hear a pin drop.  Never seen that many kids sit that still for that long!

*As a side note, I had forgotten to reset the transpose button on my keyboard from the previous song so I started Amazing Grace in the wrong key. If you watch Jacob and Joel Ankney, father son duo who were playing with me, you'll notice them frantic when they notice and then relieved once I put the song in the right key. Ooops!