Retired BankerDivorcedRichard, Jeananne, ThomasRichard - Lillian (26); Toni (23); Emily (21).
Jeananne - Rocco (18); Hillary (18); Alex (15); Matt (15).
Thomas - Ben (12); Brooke (12).Music, dancing, hiking, long walks, art, reading, old movies.
I'm really looking forward to seeing everyone.
Military Veterans Association President/CEOwww.naus.orgMarriedBill, Heather, RebeccaBill(9), Ben(9), Max(9), Luke(5), Alexander(4), Josh(3), Ian(2).When we're not traveling on association business, I'm on "the Hill" advocating for veterans benefits. I enjoy engaging our elected representatives. Am on the Board of Director's of The Eisenhower Institute/Gettysburg College. I stay active in the Masons and the Shrine...and try and stay fit by jogging, biking and lifting. We enjoy our many annual visits to Ocean City, NJ.
Married 41 yrs; 7 grandsons. Retired from the Army after 33 yrs as an infantryman; then worked 8 yrs for Raytheon and Northrup Grumman defense companies. Am now President of the National Association for Uniformed Services, a national veterans organization which protects the earned benefits of military retirees, veterans and their families. Have many fond memories of growing up in the '50's and my 4 yrs at LAHS. KUDOs to the Reunion Commitee--you're doing a great job!Send William a Message
retired, volunteer,speaker, consultant,artistDivorcednoneI've been active since retiring: as a board member and President of the World Affairs Council of Jacksonville, National World Affairs Councils of America board member, a hospital board, Jaxport Board of Directors, the University of North Florida Foundation Board and board member of a school for girls at risk. I give frequent talks locally and around the country and am a now-and- then international consultant. I've finally made time to turn to my art after a godzillion years and work in mixed media and acrylics. I've been fortunate enough to have some commissions. I'm a reader, a news junkie, still a traveler and a pretty good golfer. I have four black standard poodles--or they have me.
I remember how hard it was meeting and getting to know classmates when I entered Lansdowne-Aldan (from Guam) late in my sophomore year. Perhaps the activism that helped that along stood me in good stead for meeting and getting to know all kinds of people quickly in my foreign service career. I was fortunate enough to serve this wonderful country in our embassies abroad (Latin America and Near East--Iran) and honored to be the U.S. Ambassador to Guatemala . I retired in l998 as a Career Minister after 30 years of service.
I divorced twice (wrong guys) and have no children, but my brother lives closeby with his three and their 71/2 offspring. I live in a dynamic beaches community with a wonderful spiritual home (Christ Episcopal Church) and lots of delightful and interesting friends.
The 'body' has held up well--a little wear and tear showing on the legs, but blessedly no major health issues.
My home is filled with art ,artifacts, antiques, trinkets, friends, good spirits and guardian angels. Sometimes I think I've already died and gone to heaven. Send Marilyn a Message
Tennis teaching professionalDivorced`William, III Scott `William's.......Kylie & William, IV
Scott's..........Brady, Cameron, &
CarolineTennis, Standard Ballroom dancing lessions, Drawing lessons, reading, bicycle riding & Theatre
They say that travels broadens you. Well, over the past few years, I've been broadened very nicely, thank you. Lamb & steak in Australia and New Zealand, scallops in Nova Scotia, and in Greece...let me tell you that the freshly cut tomatoes mixed with feta cheese are out of this world. Returning from "down under" brought me back to one of my true loves. Rockville Little Theatre was looking for a director for "Inherit the Wind." A wonderfully written drama by Lawrence & Lee about the Scopes Monkey Trial that took place in Tennessee in 1925. The play, with 35 actors or so, is a very difficult to produce even at the professional level, but judging from the reaction of our audiences, it was a hit! Fortunately, I had five very good thespians for the major roles. Life in Maryland has been a real joy...so many cultural activities! Vocationally, I have been teaching tennis for quite a few years, and have actually gotten paid for it. Avocationally, drawing and ballroom dancing occupy many of my waking hours. So, what's next? Susan & I plan to move to an adult community in Bluffton, SC, a planned development built by Del Webb. It's about 17 miles west of Hilton Head Island. We chose it because we can continue doing the things that we love...which hopefully includes more travel and more broadening.
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retiredMSNMarriedJohn and JimMatthewSpeed walking at our track. Swimming laps at the pool. I love planting flowers and veggies. I love painting . I love doing any thing with my Grandson who is now 16. I take hikes and bike ride.
It was fun seeing pictures of classmates. Everyone looks so good. I hope everyone stays in good health.Send Barbara a Message
Administrative AssistantMarriedSusan, DouglasJoey (15); James (13); Alexis (13); Gavin (6).
Unfortunately I am unable to attend our 50th Class Reunion. We are travelling to California for a wedding.Send Tia a Message
College ProfessorMarriedNoneNonesailing, gardening, photography
I graduated from the University of Virginia in 1961, then served in the U.S. Navy until 1967 as a nuclear submarine officer, I left the Navy to pursue a graduate study in international relations and political Science at Yale University, where I earned my Ph.D. I left the East Coast for Iowa in 1972 when I joined the faculty at Grinnell College. I became Rosenfield Professor and Director of the Rosenfield Program in Public Affairs, International Relations and Human Rights in 1985, positions that I still hold. My research interests focus on the domestic and international politics of food and agricultural policy, and I have written a couple of books on agricultural policy reform in the U.S. and European Union.
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RetiredMarriedMark and Paul MulhollandMelissa Mulholland, 15, Kaitlin Mulholland, 12, Tabitha Mulholland, 11, Erin Mulholland, 5.Reading, Scrapbooking, Babysitting (taxi service), sewing.
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retiredMarriednonesports, cooking, politics
I married an airline employee (Kay), so we have done our share of travelling (all continents but Antarctica). I retired from aerospace in '98. Have done some high school math tutoring since, but am now concentrating on fishing, barbecuing and watching ESPN.Send Peter a Message