Charles Curry, ’67, retired in 2005 as a human resources director. He delivers food to food kitchens two days a week, volunteers at a Methodist church camp, and serves on the board of pensions for the Kentucky Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. He has traveled to Alaska and London, England. Charles and his wife, Becki, live in Louisville, KY.
Carol Smith Friss, ’67, has worked in the banking and travel industries. She has also spent time as a teacher. She has traveled to Europe and the Caribbean. Carol earned a master’s degree from Wright State University in Dayton, OH. She and her husband, Gregory, live in Troy, OH, and enjoy spending time with their three grandchildren.
Kenneth Hollidge Jr., ’67, is the general manager of Siemens Water Technologies in Holland. He and his wife, Karen, moved to Grand Haven after 30 years in Grosse Pointe.
David Landsburg, ’67, has been a self-employed jury consultant for 20 years. He earned a master’s degree from Michigan State University and a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. His wife, Saundra Hagemann Landsburg, ’68, also does work as a jury consultant. She has done some recovery work after Hurricane Katrina. Sandee earned a master’s degree from the University of Arizona. They split their time between homes in Arkansas and Arizona. They have a grandchild.
James McDonald, ’67, is marketing director for Springer Publishing, which publishes the Detroit Auto Scene (formerly the New Center News) and Tech Center News. He previously spent 13 years in Washington and Oregon with GM Parts. A local representative for the National Corvette Museum, he is a member of four Corvette clubs, two in Michigan and two in Oregon. He and his wife, Linda, live in Oxford.
Rick Neumann, ’67, is president of Walter Machine. He and his wife, Kathy, have two daughters, including Katy Neumann Loomis, ’96. He is still working on restoring their first car, a 1969 Dodge Charger R/T. He lives in Grosse Pointe Farms.
Nancy Brown Ross, ’67, is an elementary library assistant for Grosse Pointe Public Schools. She and her husband, Brendan Ross, ’68, live in Saint Clair Shores.
Susan Zekas, ’67, is a school psychologist for Chicago Public Schools and is the treasurer for the Chicago Association of School Psychologists. She traveled to Japan in 2003 and to Egypt in 2006. She lives in Downers Grove, IL.