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Denise Mott (Hilburn)
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2015-12-08 16:45:25
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Patricia Mullen (Ford )
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Janyce Murphey (Dissin)
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2016-01-19 16:07:40
Eric Muth
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Retired from Wyeth (Pfizer) 2015-12-09 13:52:41
After graduation, I went off to Cornell where I was accepted in the Engineering school (either their mistake or a minor miracle, given how lazy a student I was all through WJ).  I liked engineering but decided I'd rather do biology, so switched to Arts & Sciences as a sophomore.  Unfortunately my scholastic discipline was unimproved post-WJ, for which Cornell had little patience, and I ended up on a one-year leave of absence.  This quickly extended into a 3-year tour of duty in the Army, in which I enlisted in the hope of avoiding an assignment in the infantry as a draftee.  This I did, selecting training in avionics, but they forgot to tell me that the only aviation electronics the Army owned at the time was in helicopters in Vietnam.  So off I went, but I was very fortunate to end up in Saigon (now Ho Chi Minh City).  So, unlike so many others at that time, I was never in combat & never had to shoot at anybody.  I came back to duty at Hunter Army Airfield in Savannah, GA, from where I wrangled a temporary duty assignment at the Pentagon working for something called the Industry Advisory Committee on Defense Contract Financing, which amounted to a crash course in how what we used to call the military-industrial-complex worked at the time.  In 1971 I returned to Cornell, graduated in '73 with a BA in biology, and managed to find a job at the NIH doing neurobiological research.  I worked there for 7 years, during which time I got married and got a Ph.D. in Pharmacology from GWU.  In 1981 went to work for Wyeth as a neurochemist in CNS (i.e. brain) drug discovery, where I stayed for 14 years, working on antidepressants, anti-anxiety drugs, and antipsychotics.  I was one of few pharmaceutical scientists lucky enough to have participated in the invention of a compound (venlafaxine) which actually one day became a product (Effexor XR, an antidepressant), after about a decade of hard work by several hundred very dedicated Wyeth employees.  In 1999 I switched to licensing and business development (still with Wyeth), and in 2004 I elected early retirement from Wyeth to pursue consulting, volunteer work, and my love of choral music, which began when I stumbled ineptly into my church choir at age 43.   While all that was going on I raised two daughters with my wife of 32 years from whom, sadly, I was divorced in 2006.  Daughter Elizabeth (M.D. Baylor College of Medicine), is a hospitalist at Christiana Medical Center in Wilmington in medicine and pediatrics, and mother of my two grandsons; daughter Marianne (B.S. University of Vermont) manages a ski/bike shop in Stowe, VT.     I now sing in in a small a cappella men's choir, and in two choral groups with my wife Mary, who teaches AP Chemistry at our local high school. I'm also a volunteer instructor at the Delaware Valley University Center for Learning in Retirement, where I teach courses in human biology and pharmacology. Retirement is great! Send Eric a MessageSend Eric a Message
John Muth
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Sigrid Nadeau
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Retired ESOL teacher 2016-05-10 10:42:42
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Barbara Nagle
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Scherry Needle
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Sherry Nehmer
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Events Coordinator/Non-Profit Administrator On Facebook as Sherry Nehmer Single 2016-06-07 13:33:10
After many years of acting and directing for the theater I now run weddings and other events for the largest synagogue in the world. As a performer I was part of the award-winning comedy group Bad Attitudes, performing in cabarets and theaters up and down the East Coast, and as a director specialized in Shakespeare and the classics. And as a performer? At one point I reigned as Queen of the New York Renaissance Festival, but also have performed off-Broadway and in Regional theaters. I'm single but in a committed relationship, and live in Manhattan, in full view of the Hudson River...or at least that was before Donald Trump built a wall of apartment buildings to obscure my view. I'm not bitter. Send Sherry a MessageSend Sherry a Message
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