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President Sept 2015 - Present: Jennifer Hensley
 

When I was young my father worked for the railroad so we always lived near fields and train tracks.  The fields in Ohio were teaming with life. I brought home jackrabbits, American toads, feral kittens, and finally a few garter snakes much to my mother's chagrin. She was however a trooper putting tanks outside for me to keep my finds and allowed me to try to feed them for a few days but somehow they always mysteriously disappeared after a few days!

I grew up in small town Ohio and got married right out of high school to my late husband who was in the Air Force which took me away to Ft Meade Maryland for 9 years of which I was a Post Mayor for 7 of those years. He and I had many fish, a Ferret and a Dog. We went camping in VA with his family and they were screaming about a snake near the fire. This lil red snake was not harming anyone. I quickly went and got a stick and picked up the baby copperhead and moved it from the area after studying it for several moments. I got several lectures that night on how stupid that was LOL. I don't think so at all!

I met Peter online 11 or so years ago as a friend and as we got to know each other we found we had the same love of animals plus many other common goals in life. After 2 years of knowing each other and figuring out we could try to make a go of a relationship I moved to Minnesota and we joined the MN Herpetological society together and adopted our first Boa. Many adoptions later and 2 years as VP and 3 1/2  years as President I have learned much about Herpetoculture. The MN Herp society and myself were featured in the 2009 Documentary Herpers along with Slash, Chad Brown, Marc Bailey and many more.  I look forward to further growing within the Central Florida Herp society!

 

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