Anne Peters Sullivan wonders if any of her classmates are still working full-time. She says people seem surprised when they find out that she is a medical transcriptionist, and not a volunteer, at the CJW Medical Center in Richmond, Va. Anne is still going strong at the age of 79 and has no plans to retire any time soon.
Kathleen "Kay" Parks Frampton and her husband, Neil, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last May. She worked for Dr. Frank Leslie after graduation and returned to Villa Julie/Stevenson in 1985 to work with Virginia Tanner, Director of Public Relations, until 1990. Neil was a stockbroker for Merrill Lynch for more than 30 years and retired in 1995. They have two sons, David and Donald.
Even though Pat Stuart Crutchfield is retired and living in Naples, Fla., she says it is a full time job! She serves on the board of directors of the
homeowner's association and is the committee chairperson for rules and regulations, as well as chairperson of the volunteer staff for admitting at the North Collier Hospital in Naples. Pat and her husband, Dennis, celebrated their 49th wedding anniversary in June and have eight grandchildren ranging in age from one to 22 years old. Pat loves biking, walking, gardening, and visiting her children and grandchildren.
Deborah "Debi" Trouland Frock-Lyons '69 '01 is happy to report that she recently completed her first half marathon.
Diane Parzynski Wit retired in June from the Alzheimer's Association after 20 years as Program Director.
Cecelia "Celia" McGrain just completed her 12th year with the Baltimore County Public School System as a special educator in the third, fourth, and fifth grades. After spending 11 years at Pot Spring Elementary School, she is currently working at Martin Boulevard
Elementary and hopes to stay there for another four years before she retires. Previously, she spent 16 years teaching third grade at St. Paul's School, and two years at The International School of Geneva, Switzerland. Celia's son, Tim, and his family live in New York City, and she has three grandchildren: Guinevere, age seven; Pfeiffer, age five; and David, who is almost four.
Cynthia "Cindy" Erdman Spieczny is an Associate Broker with ResortQuest Real Estate, based in West Fenwick, Del. Licensed since 1983, she specializes in new construction projects and focuses on the area's
premier communities. Cindy has focused on the Rt. 54 corridor in both Delaware and Maryland since 1984 and has knowledge not only of the Fenwick Island area but also Bethany Beach, Rehoboth Beach, and Ocean City, Md. She has been a consistent multi-million dollar top producer since 1984, and has received the Graduate REALTOR® Institute (GRI), Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES) designations.