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Mark Landry
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Overland Park KS Podiatrist www.doctorlandry.com Married 3

After U. of Maryland, I went to school in Cleveland to become a podiatrist. I met my wife Mary Ann there. We were stationed in Oklahoma City at Tinker Field. We settled in Kansas City area in 1977, raised our three kids. My middle son is married and we had our first grandaughter this past September. They live in the college town of Lawrence--Rock Chalk Jayhawk!--where my youngest daughter still attends...so we spend a lot of time in Lawrence. For a while I was into triathlons and marathons, but parts aren't holding up as well. My wife is an OR nurse. We've had the opportunity to travel especially from this central part of the country. For seniors over 55, courses are offered at our junior college, deeply discounted, and KU has a branch here, so that keeps us "encultured" in spite of being here in Kansas..."there's no place like home". We easily will still be working another 5-10 years at least, just not as hard. I still want to...write and publish a book.  Look forward to the reunion and more to come.  

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Alice Leonhardt
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Mt. Sidney VA writer/teacher www.childrensbookguild.org/hart.html Married 2
I am so looking forward to the reunion--it seems like only yesterday that we were young and foolish. I really enjoyed reading all the bios--Churchill grads turned into multi-talented adults!
My husband, Bruce Thompson, (who was in the Navy with Charlie Gasque!) my two kids and I live in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. My kids go to Virginia Tech, which means we will be working to pay off college debt for four more years. Fortunately, I love my jobs teaching part-time at a community college and writing full-time. I am the author of over sixty children's books, most under my pen name, Alison Hart. Bruce is ready to retire, but is still enjoying working for several companies selling and designing barns and milking systems. We look forward to seeing everyone in two weeks.
Dave Love
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Ypsilanti MI Foreman/Mechanic bign.com/cjlove Married 6
I can't believe 40 years have past by so fast. Carol and I have been busy with 6 kids (40,38,28,26,24,22) and 17 grandchildren. We moved to Ann Arbor Michigan in the late 70's to join an Ecuminical Christian Community. After owning my own garage for 25 years I got out of it and recently spent 2 years in Iraq as a contractor. I am now in charge of a fleet of trucks for a towing company. Carol and I are marketing directors for a Florida based company , National Companies. Send Dave a MessageSend Dave a Message
Mickey Lutz
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Parker CO Chief Operating Officer www.vistalifesciences.com Married 1
Interesting reading. To be honest I didn't stay in touch with anyone from Potomac. I moved on at the University of Maryland, then a Master's from GWU. Spent 35 years designing and building systems for government and business, became a CIO for a number of international companies - at last in 2001 getting the opportunity to move to Colorado for my last corporate CIO gig and have loved it here ever since. Skiing, the mountains, and nice laid back people are a nice relief from the East.
 
That being said my wife began a company in 2001 that provides healthcare technology for underserved populations throughout the world. I joined as her COO five years ago and never looked back. I spend most of my time in Africa and the Caribbean building medical systems for HIV/AIDS military clinics (Uganda, Jamaica, and 8 others so far) - not a non-profit - but very inexpensively.  We also help our US troops with neuropsychological testing for the effects of mTBI and other concussions.  After 35 years of corporate success it feels good to be helping save lives instead of making a bunch of corporate bankers in NY get wealthier.
 
Our daughter just graduated from the University of Colorado as Outstanding Graduate in the School of Arts and Sciences.  She'll be DNA tested as receiving two Summa Cum Laude honors in molecular biology and linguistics ... she can't be my kid!  She'll be getting graduate degrees in Public Health and possibly Law or Medicine.
 
I don't plan on attending reunions, although we do now have an apartment in DC since we have a number of federal contracts and grants.
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Louis Macovsky
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OR Dreamer Married 2

I wish I could have attended the reunion with all of you old folks.   As for me, I graduated from URI in ‘72 and went on to get my D.V.M. from UGA in ’76.  I practiced veterinary medicine in a mixed practice in St. Mary’s Co.  It wasn’t long until wanderlust set in and I loaded a pickup with my belongings and headed west.  I settled in Mariposa, CA, outside Yosemite N.P. and practiced equine and bovine medicine.   Most enjoyable, however, was backpacking and backcountry skiing throughout Yosemite with friends and joining the Park Rangers monitoring wildlife and chasing down errant bears.   Why I moved to the big city from there is beyond me but I ended up working in a small animal emergency hospital in Campbell, CA; but, the 16 days on and 10 days off schedule allowed me to vary Sierra camping with surfing near my home in Santa Cruz.  Working nights, weekends, and holidays got old and I ended that life’s episode. Between contract veterinary jobs, I roamed the Rockies and the southwestern deserts (worked at an archeological dig, worked for a rafting company running the Green & Colorado R's, and more).  My wandering and noncommittal life came to an end when at last at 39, I got married under the redwoods to a beautiful person.

We now live in Wilsonville, Oregon.  My wife, Jamie, is an RN in a neonatal intensive care unit.  We have a 17 yr. old daughter and a 9 yr. old son (and a dog and a cat).  I got a M.S. in environmental science and learned computer modeling and simulation.  I now model biological systems and run a laboratory for S-Ray Corp.  Retirement sounds inviting but with a young son I think I already lived it while in my thirties.

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Elizabeth Sissy Coiner (Marshall)
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Charleston SC Retired Married 2
Where has the time gone?  I got married two years after graduation; found my husband when my car broke down on the Beltway one night!  We raised our two daughters in Bowie and through them, I fell into a job with Prince George's County Schools.  I lasted 27 years and retired in 2006 as the phone systems administrator. 
We've had a second home in Charleston, SC for years so I packed it in and moved in permanently.  My children and two grandchildren are here so this is it for me.  My husband still has a year until he can retire; we have a commuting marriage till then.  Don't have any great hobbies to keep me busy so I took a job with a community foundation in Charleston and I love it.  I hold very dear a couple of old friendships that go back as far as Julius West Jr. High; Karen Kovar, Kenny Leiby, Rob Danzi & Willy Wilson to name a few.  These guys have always been a phone call or a key stroke away.......
Sorry I can't make the reunion, just couldn't work it out. 
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Margaret (Mugzy) Herman (McBryde)
Montgomery Village MD Art Framer, Photographer Married
After graduating from Churchill, I went to college in Bristol, VA where I got my AA degree in Theater Arts/ Scenic Design.  Then on to Tulsa University and Oklahoma University where I continued in theater courses and  Education.  I came back to Maryland in 1973 and have been living in the area ever since.

I enjoyed working in community theater for 15 years using my technical and design skills as well as some acting roles.   Meanwhile I worked as veterinary tech, horse trainer and racetrack hotwalker.Since then I have been involved with photography and learned the art of framing.  Framing memorabilia is my specialty.

In 1980, I went to a Nikon photography seminar.  the place was very crowded and I arrived late.  I found a vacant seat and was astonished to find myself sitting next to my old friend, Jake Kreeger, class of 67!  We reconnected and when I told him I was looking for a movie editor to splice together movies that  I had made from crazy college days, Jake said he knew someone who had an editor.  Turns out that "someone" was Larry McBryde, classs of 67!  I bought the editor and it wasn't very good, but Larry and I hit it off and got married January, 1981 and ...."that's the rest of the story".  We both grew up in Potomac and had some of the same friends but didn't really know each other from high school days.  My life has been full of these little coincidents.

Fast forward- We live in Montgomery Village and often visit my family horse farm (Red Oak Farms) in Darlington, MD.  We do have children of the furry kind- 4 Norwich Terriers.  We are involved in show handling, agility and earthdog events.  The dog show world is like a whole different community.  We belong to our local dog club, Chesapeake Norwich & Norfolk Terrier Club which keeps me busy as club photographer,  writer, editor and publisher of our quartarly newsletter.

It was great seeing everyone at the reunion!  I would love to hear from you all!   
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Malon Metz
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Sales Divorced
 It has been a rather interesting road to say the least.  I have owned two different business ventures, built two custom homes, sold everything from small office equipment to million dollar computer systems.  Still truckin and have not slowed down a bit.

My passion is riding motorcycles in the mountains of GA, TN, and NC
Lynne Riley (Miller)
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Dover DE Retired Divorced 2
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Hugh (Mitch) Mitchell
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Vero Beach FL retired Married 3
Hard to believe all these years have passed since graduation from Churchill HS.  After Churchill I attended college at West Chester University in PA finally graduating after a stint in the Army.  Married in 1972, raised 3 daughters and have 4 grandkids with more on the way.  I taught (and coached) for 33 years and have been retired from teaching since 2006.  After retiring from teaching I continued coaching for 4 more years (high school soccer in PA), but have since retired from coaching as well.  Spend most of the year in Florida trying to get as much golf and softball in as possible; I travel quite a bit in playing competitive softball and will continue playing as long as my knees and body hold up (a lot of ice packs and ibuprophen).   Also have a home in Newark, DE (where I taught) as to be closer to kids and grandkids.  I left the Potomac area in '67' and never had the opportunity to return. I hope all who read this are doing well and are having the "best of times" and the "FINEST OF HOURS"......My compliments and gratitude to all those who put the reunions(s) together; your efforts and work are outstanding.  Our most recent reunion (Sept. 2013) was fantastic and brought back a flood of great memories.  Visiting, taking a tour of Churchill HS, watching the football game while having a cookout really jump started a very enjoyable weekend.  Hope to do it again in 5 years......
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