Judie L

I retired in 2003 after a 30 year career as a teacher and school administrator. I still enjoy teaching and love leading the adult education class at my church.  I serve as a volunteer administrator for a 4-year-old kindergarten program at church as well. But the real...

Deborah H

After teaching elementary school, raising two children, and then working as a Senior Executive Administrative Assistant, I was more than ready to enjoy my life in retirement.  Now I don’t have enough time in the day to do everything I want to do; I’m having so much...

Peggy F

I’m kind of quirky, I guess. Instead of slowing down and relaxing into a predictable retirement, I’ve chosen to challenge myself and do things that are out of the ordinary in my 2ND Act. After working for the state for 31 years, I was vested and had a comfortable...

Ron H

Fascinating hobbies and physical exercise are critical for successful retirement.  I’ve been fortunate to enjoy both for the last 7 years. I enjoy reading and collecting.  Since I am an airplane and helicopter pilot and because my Dad flew in B-17s in WWII, I’ve been...

Penny C

I believe things I experienced in my 1st Act have built the foundation for a fulfilling 2nd Act! My husband of 46 years and I are a good team – complementing and supporting one another and praying for guidance as each change comes our way. Throughout his career...

Ron G

In retirement I rekindled a love for music that I had in childhood and high school. As a small boy I sang in the Catholic Church and in county chorus. I also played trumpet and was in the Marine Bugle Corp, but as an adult never really sang apart from church. After...

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