Klemdano Biographies

Alanna Daniels
Autumn Marie
Rebecca Aymes
Katrina Schwartz

Alanna Daniels

I was born in Northeastern Wales. My parents gave me the name Alanna Mae Andrews. At age eight, my parents sent me to live with my grandparents so I could go to school. I attended a private school in Northeastern Wales about an hour's drive from my grandparent's house. I stayed at the private school until I was accepted to UCLA school of medicine. Four years later, at age 24, I married Jacob Daniels and I became Alanna Daniels.

Two years later I had to stop my medical education because of the birth of our son, Sydney. Sydney died six months later from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

Not long after Sydney's death, my husband, whom was now finished with his schooling took us to Brazil where he studied a beautiful flower called Anphiberone. This flower was rumored to to be the cure or treatment for aging, which had broken out on Earth.

Two years later, I gave birth to twins, Andrea and Jordan. Not long after their birth, Jacob caught an unknown disease and he died a month later. I then went back to school at UCLA when the twins were old enough. There I became a diagnostic internist, and a pathologist and this helped me to become expert on diseases. I was then expected to join a group making a colony on a planet just beyond our solar system. There, I learned much about different diseases and I put my knowledge to use.

I am now 46. I am one of the best disease experts there is. My job is to discover any virus and bacteria that may affect humans. I find out if they are good or bad and how they can be treated or stopped.

Autumn Marie

Hello, my name is Autumn Marie. I have a husband named Robbie. We have two children. We are from a small city in Deerlodge, Montana.

I have been learning about medicine, in particular, Neonatal. That has always been my dream, to become a doctor and start my own clinic. As a doctor I have to be responsible for my patients. They depend on me to tell them what is wrong with them and to treat them.

I was sitting in my class when the professor entered and told us that there was a special trip to space, and they needed a health team of four, along with other groups. The people who wanted to do it had to go through a lot of tests and major stress. But finally, the day came when we found out who was going on the trip. Luckily, I was going, and I was ecstatic! I drove home and told my husband and he was happy but a little distraught because I would be gone for ten years. He would have to raise our precious children, alone. That's how I became involved with this colonization project.

Rebecca Aymes

My name is Rebecca Aymes. I am 26 years old. My husband's name is Joseph Aymes, he is 28. We have a two year old daughter named Taylor.

I graduated from high school when I was 17. I was valedictorian of my senior class and was in honor society for four years

I graduated from Yale with my masters in biology. I received my post graduate doctorate degree in Veterinary Science. I had the distinct honor of doing my residency with Dr. James Herriot, and his partner, Dr. Siegfried Farnon in Yorkshire, England. I learned the art of animal nature as well as human nature.

After working with Dr. James Herriot for three years, I moved back to the U.S. and started a clinic in Kentucky specializing in the treatment of large animals. I became well known for treating horses at the Kentucky Derby.

I am known round the world because of my work with Dr. James Herriot. I have traveled all around the world treating animals anywhere from house pets to the exotic.

I believe I was chosen for this mission because of my years of training and hard work. I am am expert in my field, and I intend to do just as well on this mission as I do right here at home.

Katrina Schwartz

Hello, my name is Katrina Schwartz. I am 25 years old and living in Los Angeles, California. I am the proud mother of a two year old daughter, Alexis. I have been married to Adam Schwartz since I was 20 years old. At the age of 23 I gave birth to Alexis.

I got started in the field of health at the college of UCLA. I took courses in herbology, as my major. I studied herbology all through college and got a job as an herbologist at a lab studying cures with plants.

I saw a flier asking for volunteers with years of experience to join a trip to a planet called Klemdano. I immediately joined to help colonize this planet. Our job, being health professionals, is to help people who have new diseases, and how to prevent these diseases with plants and cures found on Klemdano.

My husband knew I wanted to go, so he agreed to it, but he was very distraught. He was left to raise Alexis, alone. It is my job to make sure this planet is safe for colonization.

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