In July 2005 the Suzanna and her husband signed a contract
to build a house in Annapolis, MD. The house will have a view of
the Severn River. When the builder found out about Suzanna's
background, they allowed her to completely redesign the house so they
will be getting exactly what they want! ...
As of May 2006, they had sold their
previous house, and are temporarily living in a rental home in
Crownsville, MD, which is a 25 minute drive by car and 5 minutes by boat
from where they are building.
(They were previously living in D.C., Kansas City,
then New York City, then Potomac, MD...and soon Annapolis, MD)
||Myron (married 9/02/95)
||Troy Christopher (Born 11/02/00)
Colette (Born 1/16/03) - Colette
came SEVEN weeks early, and was just 5 pounds - 3 ounces, 18-1/2" long
when she was born. She was able to come home from the hospital on
Virginia - Bachelor of Science in Architecture, and Bachelor of Art in
||"I have been on an extended maternity
leave from my previous job as a project manager in an architectural
firm. I had planned to go
back part-time shortly after Troy’s birth, but now it looks like I may
just wait until we’re done having kids.
I have done some architectural and interior
design consulting projects, but most of my time is spent taking care of
|| Had a great wedding with a honeymoon
that involved dodging hurricanes.
"At the time of our ten-year reunion, my
husband and I were living in Brooklyn Heights, NY.
Shortly after that, we moved to Kansas City, rented for a year,
bought a house, renovated the house, and sold it after less than a year.
Then we moved to DC, bought a house, renovated the house, and
sold it after three years. Now
we are in Potomac, Maryland (just outside of DC) and hope to stay in
this house for a while.
We had originally planned to stay in Kansas City for five years, but
that changed because of my husband’s job.
I love Kansas City and would recommend visiting or living there.
The neighborhoods are beautiful.
There is a lot to do even during the week.
Great music, great restaurants, and the people are very friendly.
I’m happy to be in DC. This
is where we have always wanted to live and we plan to stay for a long
The whole time we were moving from city to city, I was working full
time+, from home, for an architectural firm in Miami.
I traveled to Miami several times a year, but was able to do most
of the work at home with the help of AutoCAD, FedEx, the Internet, and
Up until Troy was born, we spent a lot of time renovating our homes.
We did a lot of the interior work and landscaping ourselves.
With the moves and renovation work, we have not done that much
traveling. In addition to
traveling for family visits, we have vacationed in northern California
and the Bahamas.
After moving to DC, we bought a Catalina 27 sailboat that we keep in
Annapolis. This summer we
plan to do some overnight cruises as well as an overnight race.
My husband has been racing and this summer I will be racing for
the first time on this boat.
The most important thing we’ve been doing is raising our son.
It has been the most difficult thing I’ve ever done, but
totally worth it. We hope
to have several more kids."
As of 2005, Suzanna started painting again.
Oil was always her favorite, but because of the clean-up time involved
and having kids around, she is now learning to work with acrylics.
Suzanna's brother, Ethan:
||Suzanna's brother, Ethan, is married to a
girl named Lauran. They and their son, Aaron, who turns 1 in early
2005, are living in Orange County, California. He is working as a
Steph Shaeff, Suzanna Post and Kelly Grim
met for dinner over Christmas 2002.
Suzanna is 6 months pregnant
with her second in these
Kelly (Grim) Seyler, Kelly's daughter Megan and son Baily,
Suzanna (Post), Suzanna's son Troy,
Lisa (Westervelt) Kiedeisch's daughter Alexa
holding Suzanna's daughter Colette, and Lisa.
with friends ... Lunches ... Great teachers in Math, Art and Science
classes ... Ski Trips.
|In our senior
yearbook, Suzanna listed "Architecture" as her planned future
Class of 1986
Picture colorized by Joe Ricards, 2005
(Copied directly from the Senior Yearbook):
|Big and Small Club ... Trudy (VJ)?
Judy? Prudy ... Skyline 145 ... Lost Reading (RPC) ... Wildwood ...
Hooters (WCU) ... Ski Trip ... Silo ... MM/Movies ... 422 Lost Bet ...
NYC -- Ichabod's ... Great Parties ... Super friends! MW, SS, LW, JH,
WC, LP, KG, JB, CJ.
SUZANNA POST is president of the Student
Council, vice-president of NHS, and a member of Y-teens and Girls’
Leader Corps. Suzanna has won honorable mention for both the Women in
History Billboard Contest and the Woman’s Club Art Com¬petition. She
placed 1st in both the National Science Olympiad and the PA Mathematics
League Contest. This year Suzanna received National Merit Science Awards
in biology, chemistry, and physics, and a certificate of merit for high
performance on her SAT’s. Suzanna will attend the University of Virginia
and major in architecture.
|Chris Mal Notes:
|Suzanna works for Pascual Perez?!! I
was wondering what happened to that guy - wasn't he the Major League
pitcher who played for the Braves, Expos and Yankees and had all kinds
of drug problems? Who'd have thought he'd wind up working in
Architecture. I guess when you’ve made enough money and snorted enough
cocaine, you can do just about anything you want in New York.
Suzanna was once a proud back-up Bee for the B's Duet.
Suzanna was voted "Most Talented" female in the class of 1986.
And who was "Most Talented" male???
Based on the writing on her survey and check for the 10-year reunion,
Suzanna still has the coolest printing in the class.
Suzanna, Stephanie and I enjoyed spending time talking about Saturday
Night Live - especially in 1985. If I remember correctly I was quite
good at impersonating "Ed Grimly."
According to the "Senior Memories" section of the yearbook,
Suzanna was the "Baseball Manager" in 10th grade. I could've
sworn it was Bill Dengler, but I guess that would explain why we never
won any games.
One day when Suzanna's parents were out of
town she had a party at her house. Most of the class attended, or
so it seemed. The next day, a large portion of the class was
absent. After word leaked out why so many people were not in class
that day, Frank Orlando even asked a few people who were in class how
the party was.
On 5/04/02, Suzanna was at the 16-year Class
Dinner at 3rd & Spruce with her son Troy. Her husband had a
boat race that day and as unable to attend. Troy drank four
bottles of orange juice that day, eliminating any chance of
Scurvy. Troy also has a way-cool "Latch Board."
Also in attendance were: Cathy (Ketcher) Rowley and family, Lori (Czarnecki
LaPearl) and family, Barb (Yerger) Weston and family, Karen (Orth) Rimby
and family, plus Bev and I.
In October 2002, Suzanna found a cracker in the
CD-ROM drive of their home computer. The main culpret would seem
to be their 2-year old son Troy, but there isn't a lot of concrete
evidence at this time.
Suzanna had Kelly Grim and Lisa (Westervelt) Kiedeisch and all of their
kids over for Easter in 2003. (See the picture above!)
Suzanna Post, Marta Weitz and Kate Chimenko dressed up and did a
Mother-Goose sing-along for Antietam Gong Show in elementary school.
Suzanna, our Female Senior of the Issue
is well known around the school for her
art work. She likes playing raquetball,
doing gymnastics, and running. In
school, Suzanna’s favorite subjects are
art, math and science. Suzanna is
president of Student Council,
vice-president of National Honor
Society, and an active member of Modern
Language Club, Y-Teens, Girls Leader
Corps, and College Bowl. She is also
doing the art work for the yearbook.
Suzanna likes doing things with her friends in her free
Suzanna’s future plans are in architecture. She would
like to study at Cornell or Syracuse
- Julie Hyman
Prez: Suzanna Post
VP: Kelly Carter
Treas: Janine Lysczek
Sec: Sam Laturza
Seniors in front row:
6th Grade Science Fair
CLICK HERE to see a
larger version of the winners.
Number of times
more talented Suzanna and I
are compared to everyone else in the class: