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Judith Crockett (Shapiro)
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2016-02-20 09:49:24
I married the first time and had a daughter who is now 28.  She was just married at Chevy Chase Methodist on Aug. 5.  She graduated from University of Delaware in Economics and is the Fine Jewelry Manager at Nordstrom-Pentagon City.  (She learned well from her Mom!)  She and her new husband live near Deale on the Chesapeake Bay.  My, how much that area has changed!
 
I have had several incarnations, first as a music arranger for the National Symphony and early Saturday Night Live shows, Isaac Stern, Pearl Bailey, etc.  It was a great life, but taxing.  Most memorably, I worked at the Supreme Court for Chief Justice Burger coordinating activities for the Bicentennial of the Constitution, as liasson between staff and the Chief. After his retirement I went to work for the Curator's office and finally the Public Information Office.(Press office) 
 
In 1972 I had a major auto accident on the Washington Beltway which crushed my leg and subsequently took 9 surgeries to put me back on my feet and out of a wheel chair.  I still walk with a cane but, strange as it may seem, in the years since the accident, I feel I have grown most.  I now teach quilting both nationally and internationally and am working on a book on "extreme" beading techniques.  I have been artist-in-residence at Wesley Seminary which was instrumental in introducing me to the liturgical arts field and have work in the National Cathedral and make liturgical Vestments for many mostly Episcopal churchs.  I have a studio locally and in addition, Galesville, MD on the West River in a sailing marina.  My work is in galleries as well as museums.  Sometimes the best things come out of the worst situations!
 
Two and one half years prior to my accident, I married my second and final husband, Bert Shapiro.  I met him just after he moved to Washington to follow his former wife as an anti-trust attorney at the FTC.  He loved his work in the lab at Harvard, where he received his PhD. in Neurobiology.  He has twin daughters, now 39, who also graduated from WJ.   One is an epidemiologist (Ph.D. Univ. Washington) at the CDC in Atlanta, and the other daughter, Brenda got her PhD. at U. Conn. in Clinical Psychology.  She married and practices in Connecticut with a specialty in autism.  Each of his daughters have two children.  Bert is very active in the neurobiology community and is director of the Medical Scientist Training Program at NIH, a program designed to fund universities in training students in a dual degree/MD and PhD. His love is singing at Strathmore Arts Center for the Washington Philharmonic.
 
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Nancy Crosswhite (Kling)
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Retired 2016-08-25 15:58:28

After graduation -  headed off to Hiram College,  then married  Herman, gave birth to Jennifer and Kevin -- came numerous relocations  across the country due to corporate moves up the ladder for Herman. Always interesting, locating a home in a good school district, settling the family in, locating a job and then doing it all over again...and again...  Turns out I liked it enough to do it several times by choice.

Much to my surprise we have settled in Annapolis, MD that they like to visit we do not plan to relocate again.

I stay busy volunteering, reading, golfing, boating, and traveling. Basically living the good life and wish the same for everyone else. See you at the 75th!

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Carol Crum (Sappington)
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2015-12-07 16:41:28
Thomas Curley
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2016-02-20 10:47:43
From the 40th reunion:
Guess I'll weigh in. Went straight to Univ. Maryland for 2 years then transferred to California and eventually graduate degrees in architecture and urban design. Now registered architect in NYC, running the master planning group in our company. Past projects/travels include around the planet working on Disney World properties in Orlando, EuroDisney, Air Force Academy in Col Springs, Master Plan for the reconstruction of Beirut, Haji housing at the Grand Mosque in Mecca, National Geographic Headquarters in DC, new subway line for in Singapore, renovation of all train stations between DC and Boston, new towns in Australia, the Netherlands and the Philippines, new national university in India, Buddhist monastery and university in Taiwan, Guggenheim branch in North Adams Mass., new hospital in Harlem, and other stuff around New York. Currently traveling a lot to India for work and many trips to DC as the lead architect doing the twenty-five-year master plan for Congress and the Supreme Court for Capitol Hill.  

Three boys shared by the Frederick sweetheart I met in Speech Class at UM and who bought me milkshakes at the Dairy when I could not afford them. Two in Cambridge, (one in mutual funds in State Street Bank, the other in graduate school and on staff at the Harvard/Smithsonian Astrophysics Institute), one in Fort Collins, a long-haul trucker.  
 Used to hang around with Stuart Sheldon and Donny Levin so didn't get in nearly enough trouble but managed to have a pretty good time anyway. 

Thomas Curley, AIA
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The HOK Planning Group
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New York, NY 10011
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2016-01-04 12:30:12
Helena Czarniecki
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2016-02-19 17:50:48
From the 40th reunion: 
I moved to Miami, Florida in late 1974, and am still here, trying to pack up my townhome and move up north of Orlando, FL. I retired from the U. S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in March 2005, at the GS-12, Sr. Level Federal Investigator. I worked at the Miami Florida District Office since 1987, where I got all my promotions up through the career ladder. I received some cash awards and a group award during my service there. I investigated state, county and private sector employers primarily on the east coast of Florida. I enjoyed talking to the charging parties and counseling them. I enjoyed being a public official and having a badge. I learned a lot and grew a lot in this job. I helped a lot of people. We had to investigate and close about 75 to 100 cases a year. I enjoyed doing investigations, analyzing information, writing reports and letters and interviewing employer and charging party witnesses. I enjoyed my co-workers. I had a beautiful office overlooking the Miami seaport and South Miami Beach, on Biscayne Blvd. on the 27th Floor for about 11 years.

Prior to that job I attended night school and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts, in Studio Art, Journalistic Photography in May 1984. I took a lot of photographs, went to a lot of events all over Miami and spent a lot of time in the darkroom. Photography and journaling are a big part of my life. I keep improving my ability to see and compose photographs. I took a lot of photographs at the Fairchild Tropical Garden in Miami. I enjoyed the Everglades, also. Every time I go there its new for me. I went to night school after that, and received a Paralegal Certificate from the University of Miami in 1987.

I was a secretary for many years, and lived alone and had cats. I tried hard in my late twenties to find a suitable partner, but things just didn't work out for me. I wanted to make a positive contribution. enjoyed working, and I was very independent minded. I worked at the University of Miami, in the Marine Geology Department. I worked in the Study of the Origins of Life Center, University of Miami for Dr. Sidney Fox. I worked for a famous cardiologist for a while. I worked at the National Weather Service at the Hurricane Center when they had their office in Coral Gables. I also worked for four Assistant U.S. Attorneys in the Civil Division of the Southern District of Florida. I worked for five years for the Office of Hearings and Appeals, Social Security Administration. I worked for the Securities and Exchange Commission, briefly. Prior to moving to Miami, FL I worked at the National Portrait Gallery, which is part of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. and the Hospital Construction and Legal Divisions of the Veterans Administration and for National Institutes of Health, Neurological Diseases and Stroke.

I was also a Petty Officer Second Class in the Navy Reserves, Legalman, for about 11 years and traveled to New Orleans, Newport, Rhode Island, the Washington Navy Yard, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico.

I enjoy my cats, art, music, poetry, movies, tv, cooking, gardening, digital photography, computers (my G-5), swimming, walking, my close friendship with my 86 year old mom. I have a big library, fostered by my father's strong interest in books, magazines, newspapers and journals. I've traveled some. I love NYC and Carmel, California and San Francisco, CA. I also like Phoenix, AZ, Yosemite National Park.

Generally, beauty is everywhere, even in my condo community and I'm always taking photographs. I've done a lot of Amtrak train travel across Canada, Switzerland, and all around the U.S. I'm a road warrior and love to drive. I'd like to go to China and visit my tai-chi friend, Shou-Li and her family in Quindao, in Shandong Province. I hope to draw, write, take photographs, garden, hike, drive, swim, travel, as much as possible in the years ahead and take more courses. I'd like to have a home based website business, and also get involved in some kind of work involved in environmental protection or conservation.

 
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