At the time the married business undergraduate student weighed close to 250lbs but now, almost a year later, thanks to adopting a better diet and exercise, the pretty brunette is 128lbs lighter. Now she also works part-time at the place she was told she would never fit in: Hooters. They were married in 1950 and had three daughters — Kelly Jean, Claudia King and Amanda Lee — and six grandchildren.
He later took on equally formidable human villains each week on “Mission: Impossible.” Every show began with Graves, as agent Phelps, listening to a tape of instructions outlining his team’s latest mission and explaining that if he or any of his agents were killed or captured “the secretary will disavow any knowledge of your actions.” The tape always self-destructed within seconds of being played. Graves was returning from brunch with his wife of nearly 60 years and his family when he had what Graves’ doctor believed was a heart attack, Brokaw said. Graves passed away Sunday just a few days before his 84th birthday outside his home in Los Angeles, publicist Sandy Brokaw said. " data-medium-file="" data-large-file="" class="alignnone wp-image-1167 aligncenter" src="https://edpetersonnumerology.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/green_money.jpg?Along with working at Hooters she is also finishing a business undergraduate degree at Edison State College and holding down another job as a bookkeeper at a glass and mirror company. Along with losing 128lbs, Mrs Swetman has also said goodbye to her long brunette locks after she shaved her hair off in honor of her sister who is fighting breast cancer.