Judy Pollard (Crandell)

People who need people are the luckiest people in the world

Our hard-working civil rights advocate...her breathtaking performances in three school plays are as memorable as Memorial Day '68...spent at the police station?...Jud aspires to a successful career in special education...surely her industriousness and idealism will save her a special place in the heart of LHS.

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Judy Pollard (Crandell)


jcrandell@afscme.org

I am a speechwriter and fiction writer in the Washington, DC area who is very involved in politics and issues (no one who knew me back then would be surprised). I have a great husband who did NOT go to LHS and a teenage daughter about to enter high school. My life has been full . . . Maybe I'm getting old (no kidding) but I can't tell if the answers I clicked on registered. There was no way to make an "X." Unlike the one reunion I attended at the South Street Seaport, I'd really like to be able to go back to the high school. And if any of them are still around, I'd love to invite teachers to at least one of the events.




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