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Richard Hansen
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2015-12-08 21:25:15
After graduating from WJHS I entered RPI and I graduated with a degree in Electrical Engineering. I immediately joined the Navy as a buck ensign and escaped after about two years.     After leaving the Navy in 1972, 1 year early for good behavior, I moved to NYC and entered corporate financing with a major NY bank. After a successful 33 years I retired.     Since then my wife of 37 years, Wendy, and I have moved to Bluffton, S.C., which is just off of Hilton Head Island.     Now I play golf, 5 handicap (on good days a play to it), we travel, I play with photography and I am a Stephen Minister with my church on Hilton Head Island.  Send Richard a MessageSend Richard a Message
Mark Hanson
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semi-retired Married 2 2015-12-08 21:25:56
Now working as a patient advocate for others with Sleep Apnea in several capacities. Member of the Patient Engagement Panel for the national initiative to include the patient perspective in medical research, see MyApnea.org. Supporting new users of CPAP devices focusing on improving their sleep by encouraging more use of the device (more hours each day/night).  Coauthor-Editor for several grants focused on expanding the understanding of the patient persepective in managing their sleep issues.
Now a grandfather, Mabel Aoife Pietricola is at least a part time joy every day. Always a full time handfull.
Retired in December 2014, as Chief Operations Officer for ArsÆolica Renewable Energy Systems (Boston, Massachusetts and Praia, Cape Verde), when the companies closed after four years.    In 2007 Mark retired after 25 years with Parametric Technology and its predecessors as Program Director - Global Services Operations. Over that period his remit included: Director of Research and Development (R&D) Programs, Corporate Security Officer, Program Director for Customer Care, and Corporate Ombudsman. Mark Created and then directed the Customer Commitment Management process representing Computervision and Prime to global customers including Toyota, Ford, Volvo, and Fiat, focusing on product improvement. Based on his success in that role for three years Mark served as the Computervision's Airbus Program Manager (US) on the Airbus/IDES A380/600 program after the merger of Computervision and Parametric Technology. He coordinated development and reported to both CV/PTC Senior management and to the Airbus ACE Steering Committee during the development and deployment. This effort later expanded to include Product Lifecycle Management for the A380/600 program, across all ACE partners.     Earlier in his life, after graduating from Wabash College with a Bachelor of Arts in Religion/Classics/Far Eastern Studies, when he was selected by the draft lottery, Mark chose to enlist in the Army. He served a full tour in Viet Nam as a Cryptographic Analyst - US Army Security Agency and the National Security Agency, completing his military service obligation attached to the 82nd Airborne at Fort Bragg.     After military service, and before joining the high technology field, Mark trained for the lay   ministry and as Reading Specialist working in primary and secondary schools for the Boston Public School System. He received a Master of Arts (MA) degree from Boston State (Reading) while also completing an MA at Emmanuel College in Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry. After completing instruction in Technical Communications at Bentley College in 1982, he moved into the high technology when he was hired by Computervision. He completed all three years of the High Technology Project Management curriculum at Northeastern University. Later he helped to define the mini-Masters in Business Administration program focusing on High Technology Product Development at Babson University, which he also completed.     Mark spent thirty years as a bassoonist for the Metropolitan Wind Symphony (MWS) in Boston (retired in 2007) where he also served on the Board of Directors founding several ongoing music series including the Boston Festival of Bands and the MWS Continuum: High School, College, and Community Band. He also works to optimize the operations of several community musical organizations in Metropolitan Boston serving on the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra, consulting with Kolainu (local Jewish choir) and singing for several years in a renaissance choir in Jamaica Plain.    Mark is married to Marjorie (Foley), 1972 – present, eldest daughter of his mother’s childhood friends (yes both father and mother).  Their son Joshua was born in 1972, and daughter Erica in 1980.  After living briefly in Fayetteville NC, and Quincy MA, the Hansons moved to Jamaica Plain, MA where they live today
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Robert Hare III
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2016-03-14 15:25:28
Carol Harvey (Reynolds)
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retired Federal Employee (USDA) Married 2 2015-12-07 21:35:27
After college and grad school (School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins), I joined the Foreign Agricultural Service for what turned out to be a 31-year career advancing US ag exports, largely through trade policy work and some overseas service (Bonn, Germany)...and some import controls.  If you enjoyed imported cheese, my office would have had a hand in that.

It was at FAS that I also met my husband, Kerry Reynolds.  We were married in 1984 and have two children, now both married to lovely people and one grandson, born in 2015.   We are both retired and can therefore enjoy our grandson and periodic travel, both near and far.  We go south for spring training every few years in March and enjoy travel to the Shakespeare and Shaw festivals in Canada.  Since our son's wife is of Chinese origin, we have traveled there as well as to old and new favorites in Europe.  

We live near Frederick, MD and look out at a cattle farm, though development will change that over the next 5-10 years.  When we moved here the community was still under construction, so we were involved in welcoming newcomers and in our homeowner's association.  Now we can enjoy all Frederick has to offer.

Best to all of my classmates!
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Thomas Haselton
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2016-02-25 14:59:34
After WJ I attended Vanderbilt University in Nashville. After 2 years I joined the Navy and spent 4 years in US Navy Seal Team One. Then I moved back to Rockville where I worked in construction for 1 year during which time I met my first wife (introduced by Don Forrester).
 
I returned to Vanderbilt in the fall of '74 and subsequently graduated with a Masters in Geology. I was recruited by Phillips Petroleum and spent 2 years in Oklahoma (where my son Bennett was born) and subsequently 5 years in London. When offered the chance to move back to Oklahoma I declined and moved instead to Copenhagen in 1985. I spent the next 13 years working as a consultant based in Copenhagen but mostly working in Norway and the FSU including 2 years in Siberia.
 
In 1998 I moved to Lithuania where I fulfilled every Geologist's dream--I became General Manager of a small oil company. More importantly I married for the 2nd time to a wonderful woman Natasha, and we now have 2 children Katya and Sasha (15 and 17). I am still working and enjoying it immensely. I have also revived my banjo playing which I first took up in Nashville and play in a bluegrass band in Lithuania
 
All in all life has been very interesting and rewarding.
 
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Karen Hasenei (Vance)
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2016-09-19 18:50:57
Harriet Hemmerich (Woods)
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2016-06-12 14:55:13
I graduated from Goucher in 1970. Then I worked as a Federal Government Retirement Claims adjuster for 3 years. In 1973 I moved to Livermore, CA with my husband, John Woods and had two children, Anne Michelle and two years later, Christopher.   Then my husband got a job as an electrical and systems professor at Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY.  We love Europe and have taken many opportunities during his conferences to vacation there. During his sabbatical in 1985-6, we lived in Holland and during the one in 2000, we lived in Berlin.  I did a lot of volunteer work for the Parent Teacher's Association while my kids were in school.  Now I do library work for the Literacy Volunteers of America.  In 1991 I got a MLS and worked for the NYS Attorney General's Library for 4 years.      In the 1980's and 90's I organized clubs and shows for dollhouse miniatures.  Miniatures are fun to collect, create and arrange.   In 1997 I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia. I have spent the last 10-15 years learning to control the fatigue and pain with gentle or water exercise, diet, massages, acupuncture, etc.  I especially like yoga, tai chi, and now pilates.   Every spring I love to find and identify the beautiful wildflowers that bloom for only two weeks at a time.  Lately I have enjoyed geneology, tracing three grandparents back several generations to the 1700s and finding hundreds of cousins.   Send Harriet a MessageSend Harriet a Message
Ruth Henck
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2015-12-08 21:27:20
Lynwood Henderson
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2016-02-20 12:08:34
From the 40th reunion:
 
After WJ, I stayed in the Washington area. I got my BS and MBA at University of Maryland . I taught there for about 10 years part-time as I pursued a full-time career in the Federal Government. My first year was with the US Treasury. I then moved over to the Atomic Energy Commission that morphed into the Department of Energy (DOE). I stayed with DOE the remainder of my career. The last 15 years or so I served as the Director of Budget for DOE.  It is kind of ironic that my college, my work, and my home have never been more than 30 miles from WJ but I have been lost all these years. (I sure never felt lost but thanks for finding me anyway.) I now do a little beltway bandit consulting and have time to pursue my real passion - to become a professional golfer. (Well maybe full-time golfer would be more accurate.)
 
I married my wife Kathy in 1969 and we have two children. My wife was a 1966 graduate of Richard Montgomery. I still kid her that RMHS was the only school in the County where the kids all wore Chucks Taylors (tennis shoes) to their prom.  Our daughter is 31 and married to an Army officer. They have been stationed in Hawaii the past five years. So I am constantly traveling there to see them and my granddaughter that is almost two. My daughter and husband are expecting their second (a baby boy) in November so I will soon be headed back to Hawaii .  Our son is 28 and is in St. Pete , Florida doing his residency. His specialty is sports medicine. I hope he gets done soon so I can get some free medical aid that will keep me on the golf course.
 
My kids thought they were both a lot smarter than me. They left this area for warmer climates. I guess I will just have to visit them a lot-- especially in the winter. Paybacks are great, and how else can I keep my golf game tuned up.
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Patricia Hennessey
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