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Philip ' 69 Nelson
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Economist ei.com Married 3
After graduation from W-L, I attended Dartmouth College.  I then went to graduate school at Yale University, where I earned a Ph.D. in economics.  At Yale, I met my future wife, Anne Parten, who got a Ph.D. in English.  For several years, I had a commuter marriage (I worked at the Federal Trade Commission on antitrust cases, while Anne was a college professor at Washington & Jefferson College and later at the University of New Haven).  Anne decided to change careers so we could stop commuting and start a family.  She went to UVA law school (where she was executive editor of the law review).  While she was in law school, I left the FTC and joined Economists Incorporated (a consulting firm that specializes in applied microeconomics used in litigation, policy, and regulatory matters) and taught antitrust law at Fordham Law School.  Our first son, Robert, was born in Charlottesville just before the end of law school.  Robert and Anne came to Alexandria and Anne joined the law firm of Hogan & Hartson (now Hogan Lovells).  Subsequently, we had another son (Thomas) and adopted a Russian orphan (Katya).  Anne is retired (but periodically teaches english as a second language) and I continue to work at Economists Incorporated.   Send Philip a MessageSend Philip a Message
Barbara ' 69 Olson (Van Cleef)
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Happily married for 46+ years to W-L sweetheart, Scott Van Cleef ('68).  BS education, Ball State '73.  Worked in and out of public schools.  Two daughters, six grand-kids.   Send Barbara a MessageSend Barbara a Message
Alice ' 69 Persons
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university adjunct, publisher www.moonpiepress.com Divorced
I moved away from Virginia soon after graduation from W-L in 1969. I got a BA 1973, MA 1976 University of Oregon; J.D. University of Maine School of Law 1986.
I retired from full time work a few years ago. I am the editor and publisher of Moon Pie Press, a poetry press that has published 105 books since 2003 by poets from all over.� I have 3 books of my own poetry. I teach part time at the University of Southern Maine (business law).� I have 2 cats and a dog and volunteer for animal welfare and I also serve on the Westbrook library board. I moved to Maine in 1983 and love it here. I have been in Westbrook (5 miles from Portland) since 1996. �
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Rick ' 69 Phillips
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School Bus Driver Married 3
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John ' 69 Renner
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CPA RENNERCPA.COM Married
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Anna ' 69 Reyner
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Art Therapist / annareyner.wordpress.com Married 2
I am recently retired and enjoying life in Los Angeles where I have lived for 30 years with my husband, Alan.  We have two wonderful grown children, Lillie and Morris.  I have continued to make art a central part of my life, ever since Mr. Arington (W&L Art Teacher circa 1967-69) helped me realize art was my life's passion and pleasure.  After graduating with a BFA in art from Ohio Wesleyan, I went into the Peace Corps, then returned to get an MA in Art Therapy from the Univ of Louisville.  I met my husband while working as an Art Therapist at Fairfax Hospital and had planned to settle down permanently in Alexandria...but then my husband enrolled in a residency program in LA so we moved here and have stayed happily ever since. On a more personal note, I have been sober for 11 years and enjoy freedom from my overdependence on wine for stress relief.  I do a lot of gardening and creative projects to replace that.  Our son developed a serious mental illness in college, so we have that big challenge but are facing it with all the maturity and acceptance we can muster.  He has recovered a lot in the past 6 years after much initial roller coasting. That has been my biggest life challenge but thankfully it has not taken me down yet!  I am an active member of NAMI and welcome the opportunity to talk about mental wellness and help reduce the stigma of mental illness.  Down with stigma!  Booooo to stereotypes... we must keep our humor as we face what life throws at us....especially the big curve balls.  
Meanwhile, I look forward to joining my oldest best friend Joanna Chobot at the 50th reunion this Fall.  Having lived on the West Coast half my life,  I feel especially nostalgic returning back to Arlington.  But I remember how much we enjoyed the 40th reunion and I look forward to more smiles and hugs and good times.  Anna
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Vicki ' 69 Scudder (Hickman)
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Patty ' 69 Shepard
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Clinical social worker Married 2
I'm semi-retired from working in a solo practice in clinical social work for over 30 years. Thanks to my life partner, I've been able to work part-time a lot while raising my two wonderful sons and now spend my spare time doing social justice and advocacy work with the UU Church and the League of Women Voters in Massachusetts. I also have time for singing again and can still putter around my garden. I am really enjoying this stage of life! Send Patty a MessageSend Patty a Message
Rob ' 69 Shultz
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Earned my bachelor's degree from the University of Texas in 1973.  Joined Exxon Co. USA in 1979 as a roustabout in the West Texas oilfields.  Over the next 34 years, I filled various professional and supervisory roles for Exxon in Odessa, TX, Los Angeles, CA, Tyler, TX, then Dallas and finally Houston.  For my last assignment before retiring in 2013, I served as Professional Development Advisor to 200 ExxonMobil Commercial and Land employees worldwide (got to do a bit of international travel!).
I've been a longtime member and course facilitator for the American Association of Professional Landmen and an ethics instructor with the International Right of Way Association.  I've built curriculum for the AAPL and still faciliate a half dozen courses a year in various venues around the U. S.
Cindy and I have four children, two granddaughters, a grandson, and make our home in Tyler, Texas.
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Kaila ' 69 Smith (Wilkes)
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Hello.  I chose Criminal Justice as my degree at VCU...somewhat unusual for a woman back then and not readily accepted!  Changed direction and moved to Berkeley CA.  Great experiences including a Masters in Career Development.  Career Counselor for so many people and situations.  Loved it!  Returned to  Virginia in 1986 and met my dear husband, Steve.  Married 31 years.  Career sent us to Denver CO for 16 years.  Sense of adventure led us to Granbury, TX, near Fort Worth.  Recently, USA Today bestowed the title of “Best Small Historical Town in the U.S.” on us!  Having lived most of my life in large cities, I am very content living this different lifestyle.  People really are very friendly down here!   Hobbies include maintaining my long lasting friendships, travel, playing/teaching piano, and always up for “what’s around the next corner?”  Life has been good to me and I look forward to the 50th reunion! Send Kaila a MessageSend Kaila a Message
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