Abigail (Abby) Bree Hutchison, 18, was born on August 21, 1998, at St. Rita’s in Lima, Ohio. She currently resides in Wapakoneta. Abby is a member of Temple’s National Honors Society, a varsity cheerleader, involved in art, choir, and the school drama productions. In her free time, she enjoys singing, dancing, spending time with friends and family, watching Netflix, shopping, cheerleading, and hanging with Friend (Kaitlyn Sutton). She also volunteers at the Teens For Christ Waynesfield Jr. High Chapter and is on TFC’s Ministry Team.
Abby has gone to Temple Christian since kindergarten, and her favorite elementary memory was when she had a crush on DJ Clay, and he liked her as well. When asked what her favorite vacation has been, she stated it was in the summer of 2015 when her family (mom (Karen), dad (Terry), and brothers (David and Joey)) went to Boston, Massachusetts. If Abby could pick a favorite restaurant, it would be El Azteca in Wapak. Abby drives a two-door, red 1998 Ford Mustang and her favorite clothing store is American Eagle.
Three words Abby would use to describe herself are humorous, unique, and loyal. A fun fact about her is that she does not like to drink coffee or milk. If she could meet any celebrity and spend the day with them, she would choose Niall Horan from One Direction. One Tree Hill and Pretty Little Liars are her favorite TV shows. Her favorite movies consist of Nicholas Sparks and Marvel films, but she can’t pick a favorite out of all of them. Abby’s favorite quote is, “Bye Buddy, hope you find your dad.” (from the 2003 film Elf). She enjoys anything or anyone who can make her laugh.
Abby attends Harvest Baptist Church in Wapak with Pastor Gary Bragg. Her life verse is Matthew 26:5, “Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothes?”(NIV). Her future plans include either going to Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana or becoming an intern with Teens For Christ Youth Ministry Institute to major in some form of Ministry.
When asked how Temple has impacted her spiritually, Abby shared, “Going to Temple for my whole school career has blessed me with a strong spiritual, academic atmosphere that has helped me in my walk with Christ. In response to what she will miss most about Temple when she graduates, Abby stated, “I will miss being with my friends every day and making memories in school.”
Thank you for sharing, Abby! Blessings over you and your senior year! Have a good last year of cheerleading! Thank you for the impact you’ve made at Temple and the legacy you will leave behind from the last thirteen years!