Teri R. Smith Mcdowell

Profile Updated: October 14, 2010
Residing In: Tucson, AZ USA

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Posted: Dec 16, 2013 at 11:10 PM
I am presently an Office Manager for a wonderful eastside school in TUSD (hence the school picture). I graduated from the U of A in l975 with a business degree and then worked as a paralegal for domestic law firms. Took off 8 years when our children were born and then went back for several years until I left to go to TUSD 9 years ago(summers off and lots more vacation time--I love it).
Posted: Dec 16, 2013 at 11:10 PM
I met Doug in English class our senior year at Saguaro. We started dating the last week of school and married our junior year at the U of A. We've been happily married ever since. We have two great children, Sean, age 29 and Heather, age 27.
Posted: Dec 16, 2013 at 11:10 PM
Heather and John were married at the Saguaro Buttes in 2007. Both are U of A alumni and Heather went back this year for another degree, this time in Nursing. No grandchildren as yet, but we all love our granddog, Jonas.
Posted: Dec 16, 2013 at 11:10 PM
Sean and his girlfriend Stephanie are both U of A alumni as well. Sean was a Manager at the Doubletree and saved a drowning young man. Hilton then sent him to China to carry the Olympic torch and he and Steph had a great trip. Sean is presently a Firefighter with the city of Tucson.
Posted: Dec 16, 2013 at 11:10 PM
I'm looking forward to seeing those who come to the Friday night casual reunion. Marcia (Terry) Skinner will be coming from Oregon too. I actually remember more from my high school days at Palo Verde, watching the sun come up in my second period class and Jamie Cook, the kooky young French teacher. I do remember a detention at Sahuaro for leaving at lunchtime to go to El Taco and the wonderful apple turnovers in the lunchroom. I swear I can still remember how to do shorthand though I haven't even tried it in 35 years. Kudos to Mrs. Davenport and her business classes even though I can still remember how much I hated those typing tests. Thank God for computers!