Roger and Suzanne Doriot
By: John L. Winright
THE VILLAGE REPORTER
Roger and Suzanne Doriot of rural Fayette are enjoying life back on the home farm after spending nearly 47 years as missionaries in Indonesia.
This farm has been in the family since Roger’s great-great grandfather bought it in 1861 and has been handed down over the generations until today, being owned and lived in by Roger and Suzanne.
It is around 100 acres, and the family has produced and sold vegetabl...
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