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Kathleen R Dunn
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retired Married 2016-09-04 15:10:20
After graduating from WJ I went to the University of Maryland graduating in economics in June 1972, later than planned because at the end of my junior year I made the mistake of getting married - needing to work full time meant that my senior took three years to complete. From December 1972 to March 2003 I worked for the U.S. Maritime Administration, Thirty years gives you a lot of time to get involved in different things and I did pretty much everything that didn't require an engineering degree.
Marriage number one ended in May 1973 and marriage number two - to Frank Burroughs (WJ Class of 64) - started 2 years later. Not a great decision either except that it resulted in a beautiful daughter named Abigail Kathleen Burroughs, born February 17, 1980. Despite the fact that her father and I divorced in 1983 Abigail was always an amazing and well rounded person. Sadly a canker sore on her tongue when she was just shy of 20 years old turned out to be malignant and Abigail died in June 2001. After retiring from the Federal Government I moved to Salisbury, North Carolina with my husband Gene Krueger, who I married in 1991. Gene has two sons, both of whom were very close to Abigail.  The older son, Will, lives in Peoria Arizona with his wife Crystal and their  7 children – four birth children, one adopted son and 2 foster children.  The younger son, Chris, works as the general manager of Fratelli’s pizza in downtown Flagstaff. Unfortunately the distance to Arizona means we don't see them as often as we would like.
Gene and I love to travel. We take at least one cruise each year and are continuing to work our way through visiting all 50 states.  We are celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary this year and part of our celebration has been a transatlantic crossing from Miami to Southampton followed by a continuation to the Norwegian Fjords – 21 nights on the ship.  Our travels also take us to the DC area, Florida, Pittsburgh and Arizona to visit family. When at home in Salisbury I am active in raising funds for the Salisbury Symphony Orchestra, and am on the board for the Southwestern Orchestra Volunteer Association, which  serves as a regional voice for orchestra volunteers in the Southeast.  I sing in the choir at St. Lukes Episcopal Church where I also serve as the treasurer.  It seems that being retired just means having a different set of things to juggle.
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