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LaBue recalls an 800,000-square-foot home owned by a newly minted millionaire basketball star.
LaBue saved one multimillionaire a lot of money when he appraised a home priced at $4 million for half that amount.
An ideal home for a millionaire, says LaBue, would first of all have a beautiful setting - like a living painting - and about 50 acres of land.
LaBue's study included filming ten class lectures and discussions, observation and field notes, and interviews with the teacher, students, and the interpreter.
"Im just happy to be back out there helping my team on any event I can," LaBue said.
DeKalb co-op junior Madison Hickey took first on vault (9.75) while Wheaton Warrenville co-op sophomore Jamie Labue took first on beam (9.525).
1, Jamie Labue (Wheaton Warrenville South) 9.525, 2.
Wheaton North freshman Jamie LaBue became the first gymnast in Wheaton co-op history to win an event.
"I could see her calm under the pressure and she looked so confident," LaBue said.
LaBue also medaled on vault, taking fourth place with a 9.575.
Jamie Labue of Wheaton Co-op won the event with a (9.525).