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I have lived in Texas (San Antonio/Houston) since graduation from Lee High School, graduating with a BA from Texas Lutheran University and a masters in vocal performance from UT Austin.
I was an oratorio soloist for many years with various chorale groups and symphonies both in Texas and Europe, among them the UT Madrigals Singers. That group toured Europe and the Middle East for 3 months on a State Department Tour. I performed as a soloist for Six Flags Over Texas and on the Lawrence Welk Show (anyone remember him?), having been selected as Miss Champagne Lady of San Antonio. Ok, pick yourselves up off the floor!
I am a retired public school choral director, having taught both MS and HS in San Antonio and Houston. I sometimes serve as a solo and choral judge, and the most fun is doing this occurred in Midland, Texas when I actually Judged the Lee and Midland High School choirs, (They sang well!) I had come full circle! My HS director at Lee, Ruth Ann Avery, stopped by to say hello! (I was also in the MHS and LHS bands throughout HS and used to play the organ at Lee for assemblies).
I was married for 35 years to Bill Klier who was CEO of 3 hospitals. He passed in 2004. We had 2 children.
I have enjoyed taking up golf since retirement. I also have traveled a great deal, most recently to Australia, New Zealand and Norway. Closer to home I enjoy Taos NM.
I have many fond memories of LHS, but most are related to playing in the band. I loved the band trips to football games. I look forward to seeing old friends and meeting new ones at the 50th reunion. Many thanks to all the teachers at MHS and LHS who taught me well and many thanks to all those who helped plan this reunion that I can now enjoy.
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