Born November 29, 1909, in Oliver Springs, attended elementary and high school in Oliver Springs. She was known for her trademark color pink and the butterfly pin she wore on her shoulder. She was a proud supporter of the Oliver Springs Historical Society and made a donation to fund the construction of the room that bears her name.
Although BROMMA is the epitome of the self-made woman, this is a tribute to her exemplary life as a role model for ALL human beings, for her kind and gentle spirit brings out the best in us.
Life in Oliver Springs was a happy one for BROMMA. "Oliver Springs was real nice," she recalled. "It was a wonderful place to grow up."