60’s: I got a Master’s Degree from Vanderbilt, taught for five years, got married, moved to San Francisco, had two sons Matthew and Tom in ’68 and ’70, quit teaching to take care of my children. Moved to Stephenville Texas for two years where my husband taught French at Tarleton State.
70’s: Lived for five years in Santa Barbara then moved to Yosemite National Park for five years. Still retired from teaching. My father died in ’74.
80’s: Lived in Denver. Returned to teaching at Colorado Academy. Both sons in the school. ’84 divorced from Bill Scoble. Became Head of the Upper School at Colorado Academy. 90’s: In 1990, I became the Head of Westridge School in Pasadena. Both children graduated from University of California: Tom from UCLA and Matt from UC Davis. Still Head of Westridge and love living in Southern California. My mother died in January 2002.
Spend most of my time working but do find time for golf and my new grandson Champe Carter Scoble. He’s 9 months old. If you want to see/hear more re: what I do, you can visit the website of my school at www.westridge.org. Enjoy! Re: my earlier email, I’m an Episcopalian and a Democrat so we have lots in common, but politics is probably not part of that. This little chronology is certainly accurate, but leaves out a lot! Take care and thanks for asking.