———————————————————— The Past . . . ————————————————————
  Marcia Norment


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———————————————————— . . . and The Present ————————————————————

Marcia and son Bronson.

Marcia and son Bronson.

Husband Paul Saulo with
son, Bronson Alejandro Saulo,
age two days.

Paul and son Bronson.

——————————————————— 1978 Reunion Questionnaire ———————————————————

  1) The important people in my life (spouses, partners, children) are...  
My husband, Paul Saulo, and my son, Bronson Alejandro Saulo, born 4/19/02.

  2) I went to Westtown because…  
... family tradition (mom, uncle, grandmother, etc.) and the local public school was terrible.

  3) My occupation is a Entrepreneur and Westtown prepared me for it by …  
... giving me practice enduring through tough times.

  4) My life’s greatest moments and challenges (to date) would be …  
My greatest challenge is succeeeding at being a business owner, mother, and wife all at the same time.

My life's greatest moments are when my husband and my son look at me in a certain way.

  5) Westtown’s most inspirational faculty, classmate, friend (multiple choices accepted) would have to be …  
Teacher Peggy - for requiring us to write at the beginning of each English class.
Teacher Anne Wood - for taking me to Longwood Gardens on a dreary winter Sunday.

  6) The most memorable time I broke the rules would be when I …  
I don't recall ever actually breaking the rules at Westtown. I do recall a couple of times when teachers mistakenly thought I had - and I had to bear the consequences even though other more senior teachers knew the junior teachers were wrong.

  7) Was there a point in your life when you recognized any benefit from your time at Westtown?  
The exposure to and practice of Quakerism was beneficial. The classroom education was good. The realization that adults were often hypocritical and let others down was inevitable.

  8) Do you plan to attend the 25th year reunion in May?  
Yes, I am coming with my husband and son.