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I went to Washington U. in St. Louis and majored in history, then worked for two years as a paralegal for Spencer Fane Britt & Browne in KC. Law school became inevitable; I graduated from George Washington University Law School in 1977, and Bob and I were married later that year. Bob is also a lawyer. My specialty is government contracts; Bob's is financial and regulatory matters.
We have two amazing children. Michael has an MPH in epidemiology and currently works as a policy analyst at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology in Washington, DC. Translated, that means he tries to help all of us get to the point where our electronic medical records use uniform data standards so that all of our doctors can read them. It's great to have him in the same city.
Becca toyed with the idea of law school for a while, but decided on social work instead; she has an MSW from Washington U. in St. Louis and works with severely traumatized children. She met her husband at Wash U -- he's an MBA who does private equity. They live in St. Louis with our one-year-old granddaughter Sasha and our grand-dog named Patch. I wish they lived closer, but since I went to Wash U, St. Louis at least feels familiar, if far away. I'm not the first one to say this, but grandchildren are just about the best thing ever invented.
I've lived in Washington DC since graduating from law school, and while it's not the great Midwest, it's actually a beautiful and pleasant place to live. I closed my law firm effective January 1, 2015 and now have scaled back, becoming a sole practitioner working out of my home office. No employees, no lease, and not responsible for anyone else's livelihood -- a GREAT gig. Still blessed with some wonderful clients, but am learning to say "no" to work so that I can say "yes" to other things that seem to be more important now.
This year may be the year for the Nationals to win the pennant, so whenever you watch baseball on TV, root for them!
remembers our Classmates and friends who are no longer with us.
Douglas R. Phillips ..... Jimmy Huffman ..... Steve Izzard ..... Paula Behee
Marsha VanKirk ..... Mick Rupe ..... Glenn Fickel ..... Terry Bass .... Andy West
Lon Balch.....Ranae King ..... John Young.... Nick Binninger ..... Janet Hyder
John Tucker ..... Phil 'Kerry' Mitchell .....Bryan Martin ..... David Warner
Marty Talcott ..... Raleigh Woods ..... Rick Harbison ..... Charlie Hobbs*
Larry Latimer ..... Connie Robinette .....Mark Jordison ..... Kristine Beasley
Sandi Novak .... Dale Allen ..... Paul Miller ..... Sue King ..... Lee Reichardt
Gregg Rodekopf .... Sue Huffman .... Barbara Reiff ... David Shakespeare
Debbie Harmon .... Steve Sword....Terry Colston .... Linda Roberts
Mike Gillespie .... Linda Dutcher .... Don Cain ... Mike Gray ... Dennis Allen
Cyndi Berndt .....Greg Perry ..... Pat Dignan
Was it only yesterday we said "hi" in the hallway or shared the same class?
Was it only yesterday we talked on the phone or crammed for a test?
Was it only yesterday we held our diplomas and said our good byes?
Was it only yesterday we heard of your passing?
And we cried.
(*You may visit Charles Michael Hobbs' memorial page on The Virtual Wall®
Today is not only the first day of the rest of your life, it is one day LESS of the rest of your life. Look up an old friend today!
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