- Married to Ray, PSU Professor of Chemistry, since 1973
- 3 Children: Rachael, Rebecca, Drew (All PSU Graduates)
- BA in Psychology, UC Berkeley, 1978
- I love taking my labs, Emma and Jack on daily hikes in the beautiful gamelands of Happy Valley, playing racquetball, and weightlifting/aerobic/kickboxing classes. Reading a good book is also very high on my list of favorite things to do.
The most important thing in life is family...
Born and raised in Caney, Kansas (pop. 1,000, depending on who had babies that year) I was taught early on by my parents that the only way to succeed in life was to work hard and enjoy your hard work, and that the most important thing in life is your family....I met and married my husband, Ray, at the ripe old age of 19 at the University of Kansas. We immediately began our journey through life with a big move to Berkeley, CA where we both obtained degrees and then back "East" to Pittsburgh, PA for Ray to do postdoctural research. After a brief stint in the Keystone state we ventured back to the midwest and settled in Lincoln, NE, where we produced 3 beautiful children: Rachael, Rebecca and Drew. Again the Keystone state called and we moved to State College and PSU in 1987 and have never regretted that move. The kids have grown, graduated PSU, and all enjoy their very divergent careers. Have I mentioned that FAMILY is the most important thing in my life??
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