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Catherine Ann Taylor. 
Born 16 Jun 1947. Elizabethtown, Bladen, North Carolina, USA. 
Catherine Ann Taylor was born at home, child number six of seven, to Lonnie Vance Harris Taylor and Alma Ruth Tilley Taylor on June 16, 1947. She was delivered by George Fisher, MD, whose sister was named Katherine "Kitty" Fisher, after whom Catherine was named. Catherine attended elementary and secondary school at Elizabethtown School, graduating in June 1965, and graduated from Campbell College (now Campbell University) at Buies Creek, NC in January 1969 with a BA degree in French and a minor in English. She taught French and English at Sanford Central High School January-June 1969, married David Michael Hodges on August 20, 1969, in Elizabethtown, NC, and they moved to Troy, NC. She continued her education during 1978-1981 at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, where she received her MEd in French in June 1981. Catherine taught French and English at West Montgomery High School, Mt. Gilead, NC from August 1969 until June 1998, when she retired from teaching in NC Public Schools. Beginning in January 1999, she served as Executive Director of the Alliance for Language Learning, a not-for-profit organization that advocated for the foreign/second language educators of North Carolina, a position she held for eight years. During this time, she also volunteered with Hmong & Lao Assistance Association, Inc. and taught French and English at both Randolph Community College and Montgomery Community College. Catherine gave birth to twin daughters, Ruth Ellen and Angela Calin Hodges, on January 11, 1982. She and Mike lived in Troy, NC for two years before moving to Sugarloaf Shores on Lake Tillery in September 1971, where they built their own home. Mike Hodges and Catherine separated March 20, 2009, and divorced August 18, 2010. Catherine remarried October 27, 2013, marrying Robert Lewis Fussell, Jr. She and Bob live in Lake Toxaway, NC.
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