||1 boy born in
March of 2000
|Thanh graduated from Drexel University in 1991
(along with Chris Malinowski, by the way!) She received her B.S.
in Commerce and Engineering.
||Thanh works in Wayne, PA
for FCG as a manager doing project management consulting work for
(Thanh was working for 8 years in Wilmington, Delaware for E.I. du Pont
de Nemours & Co. before leaving for her present job.)
|In our senior
yearbook, Thanh listed "Business Science" as her planned future
Things since H.S.:
||"I had a blast at Drexel and pretty much stayed in
the Philadelphia area ever since. After Drexel, I traveled to
Europe with college friends living on credit cards and came back to work
for DuPont IT for 8 whole years! I had a nice career there but
moved on to IT consulting work but I'm trying not to travel too much
since I now have a child and I am enjoying life."
Class of 1986
(Copied directly from the Senior Yearbook):
|'82 MP ... '83 ... V and S ...
Summer-Fall '84 -- KM Tel. 4 pm ... Bey and Wei in Chinatown, N.Y. ...
'85 -- BH ... NY -- Friendly ... Wildwood w/Barb ... Bug Attack ...
Nette party ... Steff lock key w/no gas ... Thanks Mom (Kia) and Dad
(Lam) for your sacrifice and support.
|Chris Mal Notes:
|Thanh has changed her name to Connie.
She also still acknowledges anyone who wants to call her "The Mt.
Penn High School Student formerly known as Thanh." Her middle
name is now "Thanh."
Thanh went to Drexel at the same time
that I did, but I saw her only a handful of times over that 5 year
period because she was on a different "cycle" than I was -
when I was on my co-ops, she was at Drexel, and when I was at Drexel,
she was on a "co-op."
Thanh was voted "Friendliest female" in the Class of '86.
"Thanh Lieu" is pronounced "Tahn Lou". It was
similar enough to "thank you" that whenever roll was taken and
the teacher would say "Thanh Lieu" you'd inevitably hear a few
clowns mumble "You're welcome."
Imagine the feeling of your first memorable birthday,
and how special that day was. Thanh Lieu, a senior, recently
celebrated her first real birthday at the age of 13.
Thanh is Chinese, but was born in Vietnam where they do
not celebrate their real birthdays. Instead, on New Year�s Day everyone
turns a year older, and this is why New Years is such an important and
Although Thanh has missed celebrating many of her own
birthdays, she doesn�t feel any regret. After all, celebrating a
birthday on New Year�s Day is a tradition in her family and culture just
as celebrating a birthday on a given day is ours.
1986 Girls JV
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of America, 1986
Prez: Barb Yerger
VP: Missy Ryan
VP of Fund Raising:
Treas: Thanh Lieu
Sec: Cyndy Jurasinski
Prez: Audrey Acker
VP: Kelly Carter
Treas: Thanh Lieu
Sec: Cori Roboski
Cori & Connie
Maximum number of Lieus
Mt.Penn High School at any given