About Kitty

Kitty Ellis

Kitty and Bill met in Springfield, Ohio, where she lived with her parents, three sisters, and a brother. Bill says, "It was love at first sight on my part. I had never seen anyone so beautiful and talented in all my life." She was everything he ever dreamed could be found in any one person.

She was active in music in her church and city. Piano and vocal studies prepared her well for their life together. The fact that she studied modeling was also an asset in their later work with teenagers.

Kitty has been a featured soloist in conventions and conferences in many countries of the world as well as throughout the nation. She sang with the Anderson University Choir, the Christian Brotherhood Hour Choralaires, the Doug Oldham Singers, the Springfield Symphony Chorus, and as a featured soloist on numerous radio and television programs.

Bill and Kitty have two children and five grandchildren. The five youngest members of the family say, "Nana, you laugh a lot." Her beautiful smile is contagious and adds a bit of sparkle to life for all who meet her.

Kitty is an indispensable part of all that Bill writes and his work as a public speaker. She gets it ready for the editors of newspapers and magazines. She is the glue that holds it all together, keeps it on time and going to the right places.

To her husband, "She is still the most beautiful and most talented woman I have ever known. She is a dream come true."

Bill and Kitty fit perfectly as they go through life helping others to sing and laugh. They are often featured as speaker and soloist for conventions and conferences where people want to be motivated, inspired, and enjoy good laughter and humor.