Libby ParkHonor Code Signatory
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I was born in Chicago, Illinois. Our family moved to Laurel, Maryland by the time I was 5 years old. We were among the first families to move to "Montpelier", a Levitt community. It was a great place to grow up. Life revolved aroud the community swimming pool where all the kids would meet up. My 20s through 40's were spent in New York City. My two sons were born there. I divorced and moved to Vancouver in the early 2000s, and I've been here ever since.
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