We have relocated back to the Monterey Peninsula. We have been here two years now and are both retired.I was a language arts teacher for 31 years, and Bill retired as a city manager after working for Halliburton Oil Co., the Dept. of Commerce of OK, then Weatherford, OK as Econ. Dev. Dir./City Manager. We play lots of golf and travel. Mostly, we just love where we live and this wonderful weather!
Our daughter, Stephanie, lives in PG, works for Monterey Co. as Management Analyst, and is working on a Masters in Healthcare Administration.
Bill is the Economic Development Director for the city of Weatherford. I am a high school English teacher. Our daughter, Stephanie, lives in Monterey. She graduated from the University of Oklahoma May, 2003, moved to PG, lived with my parents 8 months, and now lives in her own apartment in Monterey. She was a medical sales rep., is a partner in Navarro Landscape at present, and as of today is running in a Team in Training marathon in Anchorage, Alaska. Needless to say, she is very special. Bill and I will be on the peninsula in three years!
(02/09/04)We will be moving to Weatherford, OK, an hour and 45 mins. north (one hour west of OK City) after my school year- - May, 22. Bill is the new Economic Development Director there. I hope to continue teaching high school English in Weatherford. Our daughter, Stephanie, lives in PG and is a medical sales rep. She graduated from the Univ. of OK May, 2003. My parents live in PG. Bill's family lives in Walnut Creek, Orinda, and Sacramento area.
My husband and I both look forward to retirement in a few years, and moving back to California is a top priority.
I am in my 30th year of teaching high school English. My husband Bill works for the state of Oklahoma as a regional director for the department of commerce. We both enjoy being out by our pool, playing golf and going to OU football games.
We have one daughter,Stephanie, who will graduate in May 2003 from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in journalism and an emphasis in public relations. She was very active at OU and in her sorority, Pi Beta Phi, and hopes to start a career in either pharmaceutical sales or corporate communications.