The Kolivets have been in business since the mid-1970s, but the family has been at it for nearly three decades.
The family’s farming operations have included ranching, beef and sheep raising, dairy, and hay making.
The farms in question are family farms: they are owned by the Kolives and their sons, Joe and Anthony.
They have two daughters, a son, and three grandchildren.
Joe Kolivete is an accountant, and Anthony Kolivety is an attorney.
Joe is the oldest and most accomplished of the Kolivas.
He has a PhD in economics and a masters in education.
He grew up in Oklahoma, and his father, Joe, and mother, Melissa, came from a wealthy family in Kansas.
Melissa Kolivetie was an insurance sales representative in Kansas and worked for the Kansas Insurance Department.
She was born in Oklahoma and moved to Texas, where she worked for a decade.
In 1974, Joe Koliviety married Melissa.
They had a son and daughter, Joe Jr. and Melissa, and a grandson, Joe.
The Kolives owned a variety of small and large businesses, including a farm in Kansas, an oil and gas company in Texas, a hardware store, and two grocery stores.
Joe and Melissa Kolivies raised their children in a loving environment.
They made the effort to make the children feel at home, and their children were well fed.
They raised the children to respect each other and each other’s work.
The most important thing to them was that their children should have a strong faith in God.
The first year of Joe Kolives schooling, he received a certificate from the Kolivys for reading at grade level.
In his sophomore year, he completed a two-hour reading assignment and passed it on to Melissa, who read it to Joe.
Joe Jr., then 8, told me he remembers Melissa reading the lesson with him, saying, “You just got to read it right.
Read it like a book.”
Joe and Melissa Koliviyts were devout Christians.
The father was a devout Christian who believed in God’s existence, and the mother a devout Catholic who believed God wanted to help him.
Joe’s faith was stronger than his parents.
He was raised to be a good Christian and a good person.
But his faith was challenged in a big way during the 1970s, when his mother had a stroke.
Joe took her to see a pastor, who told Joe he had to take her to the hospital.
He didn’t want to go to the doctor.
He said he wanted to be there to help his mother.
Joe felt bad about this.
His parents were trying to do what they could to help their son, so he just wanted to die.
His mother died.
Joe told me that he thought, I can’t believe that I’m gonna die in that situation.
He felt really bad about it.
Joe didn’t know if he could have done anything to help the people in his life.
Joe decided to take Melissa to the pastor.
Melissa told him she could see a doctor, and that the doctor told her she was fine.
Joe said, I just don’t believe you.
Melissa went to the doctors office and asked the doctor for a second opinion.
Melissa said, It’s not my fault.
He told her he would just have to see her for a few days.
Melissa didn’t see Joe again until after she had gone to see Joe’s doctor.
Joe got another diagnosis of a stroke and was put on a ventilator.
He had a cardiac arrest.
Joe was very scared.
He wasn’t sure if he was going to live or die.
I think I know why, Melissa said.
Melissa felt she needed to find someone who was going with her, so she came to a church in Texas and saw a counselor.
She felt like she could get a good education, and she went to college.
Melissa got a B.A. in economics, but Joe was a freshman at the university.
Melissa had a job in a local store and a family of six.
Melissa was earning $20,000 a year, but she didn’t have a job.
Melissa’s husband left for work when Melissa was still in college, and Melissa had to give up her job at the store.
She said she felt depressed and hopeless, and Joe was trying to help her.
Melissa saw a pastor once and asked him to help.
He gave her a Bible, which she read in her sleep and read aloud to her children.
Melissa asked the pastor if he knew anything about faith and faith-based education.
Joe asked him what the Bible said about faith.
The pastor said he couldn’t answer her.
She went to a Bible study.
She learned that the Bible doesn’t talk about faith in any way.
She found a passage from