Cynthia Roberts Wrenn

Profile Updated: April 21, 2018
Residing In: Yorktown, VA USA
Spouse/Partner: Gregory Alan Wrenn
Occupation: Housewife/mom
Children: Elias, born 1982
Gregory, born 1987
Yes! Attending Reunion
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This is an update for my profile. I still live in Yorktown, VA in the same place. I am still married to Greg Wrenn, Class of 73. We have been married for 40 years as of March 11, 2018. Our children are Elias and Gregory. Elias is 35 and going back to college to be a engineer. Gregory is a former teacher starting a new job in Richmond, VA. We have two cats, Stig and Bobo who we love very much. My mother passed away on Nov. 1, 2016 from heart problems. My stepfather passed away in 2012 from a stroke. My husband, Greg, is a contractor to NASA in Hampton, VA. He attended NCSU and received his aerospace degree in 1977. He has been working for NASA as a contractor for a long time. I am hoping to attend the 45th reunion. I could not attend the 40th b/c our youngest child was taking the SAT's that weekend. I hope to see as many people as possible. If anyone wants to get in touch with me, my email address is: tigger-mom@cox.net.

School Story:

I started Elon college, but due to financial reasons, I could not continue. I only attended one semester. I went to work at Duke Univ in the housing dept. I was married on March 11, 1978. We moved to Yorktown, Virginia and have been here since.

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Apr 24, 2019 at 12:33 PM

Robert, I remember Susan as always being happy and sweet. She always had a smile on her face. When we went to the 10 year reunion, I was sad to learn that she had passed away. The one thing I will always remember about Susan is how she cried when we all graduated from Northern. She cried so much that day. I think all of us was crying because we knew how sad she was to see us all part and go our separate ways. You were blessed to have the years you had with her. I know she is still looking down on you and all of us. Do you have a picture of her? Maybe you could bring it to the next reunion, so we never forget Susan. Of course, after all these years, I still remember her. She will never be forgotten. Susan will always live in our hearts. I still remember that beautiful smile she had along with that beautiful blonde hair.

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