Robby Dilmore his radio name itself is an oxymoron (Christian Car Guy). Robby started working in car dealerships back in 1971, (forty years ago), washing cars. He went from car washer to service, parts, sales and eventually worked up to Dealer Principle of a Chrysler Dodge Jeep Store in 1998, where he was when God called him to start The Christian Car Guy Radio Show in January 2006 Robby saw first hand the good the bad and the ugly of automobile service, parts, sales and finance business, and now The Lord has provided him with a chance to help folks around the world. The Christian Car Guy Radio Show is syndicated nationally on 25 radio stations with live streaming on the internet and podcasting available on ITunes and over 30 other outlets. His 30 second helpful tips feature, Stayin on The Highway is now also syndicated. Robby writes a monthly column for Forsyth Family Magazine and has been guest author for Christian Motorsports Illustrated . His testimony was featured in the Book "Transformed encounters with God" by Roy Lister. Robby has been interviewed for the Christian Car Guy perspective across hundreds of other radio outlets including the Fox Radio Network, Financial Life Line, The G. Gordon Liddy, and Lars Larson radio shows even a National TV appearance on Fox and Friends. The Christian Car Guy Web site provides Godly counsel with hundreds of articles on everything from gas saving tips to how to be a four stroke Christian. Robby's articles have been quoted in blogs from the Los Angles Examiner to The Autoblog.NL Germany's most popular Automotive Blog. Robby has been married 24 years to his wife Tammy and has four Children, Leslie Brad, Robby III, Tess and Mariah, they are members of Calvary Baptist Church in Winston Salem
Samuel Thompson at Mount Hope Back in the day, all burials in the Rochester area were recorded in the Mount Hope Cemetery book. Samuel was actually buried in the Dutch Cemeterty which is now known as brighton cemetery. I don't do photos there, but if you change the cemetery in Samuel's memorial, someone else may pick it up.