Carol Ann Glenn, 1966
Carol Ann Glenn started dating Roy Ingalls (Class of '65), then married him and moved to Connecticut, where it get COLD in the winter!
Roy Ingalls came to Texas from Connecticut and enrolled at Kimball during his junior year. He missed part of his junior year because of surgery and wasn't into sports or group things. Instead, Roy spent most of the time at airports learning to fly, which he still does; he is a corporate pilot.
Roy escorted Carol to our prom and most school events. Anyone who might remember Carol will remember Roy from our senior year. When Roy returned from Vietnam in 1969, they married and moved to Connecticut, where they have been ever since (you go where the jobs are!) They tried to move back a few years ago, but there were no jobs, so they stayed in Connecticut.
"We have two grown sons, James and Jerry. Both are married. Jim's wife is from Fort Worth, and now we have a beautiful granddaughter. Fortunately, they live close so see them often."
"To brag just a little, Jerry is a Captain in the U.S. Army after having graduated from West Point in 1996. He is with the World Athletic Program and is training for the 2004 Olympics. He is a hammer thrower, and was an alternate for the 2000 team. Jerry and his wife live in California."
Carol has been a stay at home wife and mother. She "worked off and on, but nothing to write home about." Carol says that they try to visit Texas as much as possible, and in fact, just returned from a visit. All of Carol's family now live in the Plano and Garland areas.
Marc W. McCord dba CobraGraphics
November 1, 2000
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