Our reunion was wonderful! You can view photos gathered by Karen Mathiasen Cornelius at www2.snapfish.com/thumbnailshare/AlbumID=878051022/a=1098570022_1098570022/ and from Larry Monroe of the Ft. Lauderdale gathering are at
flickr.com/photos/larrymonroe1959/. If more become available, the sites will be posted here. Ginger
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The summer before my Senior year at Cornell, I went to UCLA's summer school in archaeology in Utah and met my future husband, who was also a student, then. After graduation, I moved to Minneapolis because Bill was in school at the U of Minnesota.
When he graduated from architecture school at the U of M in 1969, we moved to LA, which was actually where he had grown up and where his family lived. We proceeded to have two children, son born in 1964 and daughter in 1971. My son, Marshall, is the Director of Photography on CSI:New York, so I'm certainly very proud of him. He was two children, a son who is 16 and a daughter who is 10.
My daughter, Allison, lives right here in Pasadena. As a matter of fact, she is the reason I moved to Pasadena when I retired at the end of 2001. She married in 2001 and has three little children, a boy 4 1/2, a girl 2 1/2, and a baby girl only 3 months old. She graduated from art school (Otis) here in LA and worked until the birth of her first child. Since then she's had a business of her own. She has created designs that are printed on shirts that she sells through a web site and at street fairs around the city, although she hasn't had much time to devote to this since she now has three little ones. I spend most of my time at her house helping out.
My working career consisted almost exclusively of working for the Gemological Institute of America (32 years). My particular field was jewelry design, and I actually taught in many places around the world (Taipei, Bangkok, Singapore, Vicenza (Italy), and even Moscow). I miss it somewhat, but retirement is great.
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