A kakuro addict, an almond addict, a left handed klutz on land and adroit in water, this recent escapee from the corporate world of insurance law is now having more fun than she expected. She would have retired earlier if she had known and had the means. Now she’s at the local rec center swimming pool five days a week, making many new friends, reading about everything except torts and contracts, serving as an election judge in Boone County, Missouri, and all ten of her fingers play the piano for a small rural Missouri church. Her patient, tolerant husband of 44 years, Stan, supports her. Whatta life!
Nuts and bolts:
I have a BA in English, MA in library science and a JD from UMC. I worked as a claims attorney for a national property and casualty insurance company for 35 years. At one time I was considered an expert in assorted courtrooms around the country on P&C Insurance law. Just ask me about no-fault insurance, insurance bad faith, or agents’ and brokers’ liability. I have two grown sons and a funny grandson. I’ve been on several boards, including Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Central Missouri, Daniel Boone Regional Library Board, Literacy Action Corps, and of course, Broadway Christian Church. Sisters in Song is my first non-insurance related publication and first book.