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Catherine Christeller
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2015-12-07 12:47:07
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Carol Clarke
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Margaret Coleman (Soule)
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James Conroy
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Scientist eoutcome.org Married 2 2015-12-27 07:11:38
Took a graduate course entitled "How to slow down at your age, Stupid." Flunked it. How y'all coping with this whole aging thing?
Karen Corddry (Bricken)
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Winfried Corduan
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Retired from Taylor University, Upland, Indiana 2015-12-07 12:51:18
After graduating for WJ, I went to the University of Maryland and earned a B.S. in Zoology (1970). Then I attended Trinity International University (Deerfield, IL) and received an M.A. in Philosophy of Religion, graduating in 1973. During my first year there I met June and we got married during the summer of 1971. From there we moved to Houston, TX, where I pursued a Ph.D. in Religious Studies at Rice University.  Directly after receiving my doctorate in 1977, I started to teach at Taylor University in Indiana where I became Professor of Philosophy and Religion. My major area of concentration was World Religion. ... TBC    news from Win as he battles Parkinsons and a stroke Send Winfried a MessageSend Winfried a Message
Charles Cowell
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Lillian Cox
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Greetings from Encinitas, California. I moved here 42 years ago as a gift to myself after surviving my freshman year at Frostburg State College. Brrrr.
 
In January 1968, I transferred to Montgomery College to study journalism while working in public relations at the Republican National Committee. My boss was Gus Miller, retired city editor of The Washington Times-Herald. Gus mentored many young people in his career including Jackie Bouvier [Kennedy] whose first job was “The Inquiring Reporter” at the newspaper. Gus later pulled strings to make me his assistant in managing the press room at the 1968 GOP Convention in Miami Beach. I had just turned 20.
 
I went on to work as a secretary at The White House Conference on Youth, then the speechwriting department of The White House. After returning from the 1972 GOP Convention, a supervisor handed me a button that read, “Pretty Girls for Nixon.” That was a turning point. I accepted the invitation of a friend at UC Berkeley to move into a commune he was starting. No sooner had I unpacked in February 1973 when the phone began ringing off the hook. It was girlfriends at The White House saying, “You were lucky to leave when you did. I want to leave but feel like I’m abandoning a sinking ship.”
 
In the spring of 1974 I packed up my two cats, and with $175 cash, and no job or place to stay, I drove into San Diego in my Datsun 1200. Made friends quickly, settled in Encinitas, and finished a degree in Sociology at San Diego State University. I remember my mother saying, “Sociology . . .isn’t that what liberals study?”
 
After graduation, I managed a home for women ex-offenders, then worked as a vocational counselor for a nonprofit employment and training program. I was also a marketing manager for a Fortune 500 company specializing in educational technology.
 
I went through a period of parachuting and flying. This led to a job writing the aviation, space technology and meteorology terms for the Academic Press Dictionary of Science and Technology.
 
The last 14 years I have freelanced, mostly for The San Diego Union-Tribune. I’m also working on my memoir, “Pretty Girls for Nixon.”
 
Gus’ mentorship fueled a commitment to “pay it forward.” In 2001, a boy from rural Georgia raised by a single dad moved in across the street. He loved visiting my pets and one day said, “Would you be like a mother, and teach me things I should learn from a mother?” After talking to his dad I explained, “First thing you have to do is to stop saying ‘ain’t.’” He stomped his foot and demanded, “Why? Everyone understands me!” Two months later he was correcting my grammar. Six months later he was nearly fluent in Spanish. In the spring of 2014, I had the privilege of being seated in the section designated for parents at the graduation convocation at Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. He graduated with Honors, on a full scholarship.
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