Terri Ragsdale was raised in the Southern part of Texas and graduated from Mercedes High School. She moved to Denver, Colorado where she studied languages at night school, and later attended Mesa University and extended courses from the University of Colorado. Terri became a foreign translator for other agencies including Federal and State courts. After working for 30 years, Terri retired as an Administrative-Asst/Foreign Interpreter for the State of Colorado. Terri was honored to be among the Covington Who’s Who Members on her Executives and Professional achievement in 2013. Award the Prestigious Pinnacle Achievement Award in History Literature writing on her Historical saga novel, “Roots of Indifference.” She was recognized and given an award on her best children’s book, “A Legend of Grand Mesa,” At this time she is attending University of Colorado courses, and received her certificate as an Advance Master Gardener. She presently resides on the Western-Slope of Colorado where she enjoys, reading, writing her books, gardening, attending school and loving her two wieners Dachshund dogs.
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