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Thomas Reed
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2016-02-21 14:55:38
From the 40th reunion:
 
After WJ, I went on to the University of Notre Dame, graduating in 1970.  I messed around with some temporary jobs for a couple of months after that, waiting to go into the Army (I was in ROTC in college).  Because by then the Viet Nam war was winding down, I only had to serve on active duty for a few months and then went into the reserves for 7 years.
 
Fairly quickly after the army, I settled into my career at NIH.  After starting my career, I married (Barbara), was involved founding a community theater group (Rockville Musical Theatre), and had a couple of kids (Stephanie, John).  All these endeavors turned out pretty successfully...I'm still married to Barbara, RMT still continues producing musicals in Rockville, and my kids are also now both graduates of Notre Dame (one magna, one summa).
 
Barbara had a mid-career change in her 30s, went back to school to become a nurse and worked as a Labor and Delivery nurse at Shady Grove Hospital and, for a few years, at the Maternity Center in Bethesda (right behind WJ!)
 
My main hobby over the years has been theater where I mostly worked doing lighting design.  Well, that plus going to piano recitals and competitions with my daughter (she was quite good) and watching my son play baseball (eventually on the Magruder HS team).
 
Somewhere along the way, I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and that has slowed me down somewhat, although I am not yet wheelchair-bound as many with the disease are, so that's good.
 
I just retired from NIH, having spent my last 25 years or so as the Human Resources director at the Clinical Center there.  My wife always wanted to live by the beach so we bought a place near Rehoboth Beach , DE and moved here last April.
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Dean Reynolds
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2016-02-21 14:58:19
From the 40th reunion:
 

I have to agree with everyone that it has been interesting reading all the history for the past few days. Unfortunately I will not be able to make the reunion but I hope it's a blast for those who go. I doubt many would remember me anyway. I spent only my senior year at WJ, but I have been very, very lucky in the years since. I graduated from Wabash College in 1970 and a year later joined United Press International in Washington. That was my first job in journalism and I never looked back. I worked for UPI for 11 years, culminating as White House correspondent. 

I spent two years more covering the Reagan administration for CNN and then hooked up with ABC News, where I have worked for the past 22 years. I have been stationed in Washington, London, Tel Aviv, Dallas and, currently, Chicago. Along the way I have covered all kinds of events, foreign and domestic for the evening news, the morning news and Nightline. Tragedies and triumphs. Tearjerkers and thigh-slappers. And many more wars than I cared to witness. I've been shot at on numerous occasions and once survived a plane crash. Alas, the cases of food poisonings are too numerous to list. I've interviewed presidents and dictators, saints and many sinners. I've covered popes and all manner of potentates. Candidates for dog catcher and president: McGovern, Wallace, Carter, Kennedy, Reagan, Bush and Kerry, the names go on and on. 

There have been courtrooms and prisons, orphanages and mental institutions, schools and terrorist training grounds. I have traveled the world -- on somebody else's dime. I've visited every great state in the union and all of the continents save Australia and Antarctica. 

But my nine years in Israel were the best for me -- professionally and personally. I met and married my wife, Yael, an Israeli. And we now have four wonderful children ages 13 to 7. 

Retirement? Hell, I'm just getting started.

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Lisa Richter
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Graduated from Connecticut College, then received an MAT from U of New Hampshire. Currently self-employed at Stakeholder Insights marketing research and consulting firm. Previously SVP of Marketing and Brand Management at United Way of Greater St. Louis and before that SVP at FleishmanHilliard, a PR firm. Married to Bob Mai for 40 years, with 2 daughters and 4 grandchildren. Passions: piano lessons, tennis, swimming, foreign travel, reading and the St. Louis Cardinals and working and doing community volunteer work. 

 
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Kathleen Rinehart (Darby)
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