3/21/2018 Please help for our classmate, Glenna
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12/24/2006 Where is Chuck Wright - How can YOU help?
Chuck Wright graduated from El Camino in 1973. He disappeared under suspicious circumstances in January 1982. His abandoned Volkswagen was found in South City on El Camino Real near the cro
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I suppose no one makes it to 49 without experiencing life-changing events. Iím no exception and have learned that itís not what youíve survived in life, but how well youíve survived it. I think Iíve grown and become a much stronger person than I ever believed I could be and have learned more from the challenges than from the easy times.
Letís see Ė probably the single most painful and shocking event for me, was losing my brother in 1982 (Chuck Wright Class of 73í). He went missing and is believed to have succumbed to foul play. It broke my parentís hearts and mine too and he is so missed, especially this time of year. He loved Christmas.
After high school I finally decided to go to college and earned my M.S. in Educational Psychology/Special Education, did my undergrad in Speech Pathology/Audiology and received a B.S.
I married once, no children and was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis about 19 years ago. I went from walking to almost complete paralysis within months of the diagnosis. Used a wheelchair for quite a while and had to learn to walk all over again. I survived, my marriage didnít. We did travel well together and I got to spend about a month in Africa, to visit London, Canada and a few states here in the U.S. I remain on friendly terms with him and Iím grateful for the experience. However, Iím much more grateful to be happily divorced.
I honestly think it was the best thing that ever happened to me, the M.S., that is. It gave me more than it took away. I worked very hard to be able to walk again and Iím doing so most days without any aids. I just took an early retirement from SF State University where I worked as an instructor and counselor.
I live in San Mateo with my dog, a pound mutt, labeled as a Lab mixÖbut looks suspiciously like a Pit Bull/Catahoula Cross. I have really become involved in dog rescue and will be fostering soon for a rescue org in The City (thereís only one City right?).
I look after my elderly parents who still live in South City and speak almost daily with my younger sister (Jennifer Wright Class of 77í) who now resides in Colorado with her husband, their son and her doggie.
I have too many hobbies to mention and will be starting horse back riding lessons soon. Mostly, Iím just grateful for everyday and no longer take anything or anyone in my life for granted.
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