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FAMILY
INTRODUCTION

Dramatis
Personae

DAD

MOM

STEP-DAD

BOB

BETS

CHARLES

CHRIS

JUDY

TAKAYO

Links

WORK

RESUME

EFL LESSONS

SELF-INTRO

FRIENDS

INTERESTS

POETRY

SALAD BOWL

JAPANESE

GERMAN

SPANISH

* Emerson Horne (1910 - 1962)
Dad was a chemist at Calco Corp. Later he designed miniature motors at Bendix Aviation and then Eastern Air Devices. Born in New York City, he lived in New England most of his life and he passed away when I was seven.
* Jean Price Norman (1917 - 2000)
After studying at the Moore College of Art, mom did illustrations for New Hampshire Profiles, The Friends' Journal and other magazines. After her first hubby died, she moved to Pennsylvania, Arizona, then Mexico, and eventually retired in Maui. Shortly after she passed away I created a webpage with many of her art works.
* Will Norman (1904 - 1984)
My step-dad taught art at a correspondence school in Minnesota and moved to San Miguel de Allende in Guanjuanto, Mexico in 1970. He met my mother there while studying painting at the Institute Allende and Bellas Artes. They married in 1975 and he passed away in 1980. Most of Will's art was in a fauvist style. He worked mainly with oil colors.
* Robert Horne (1940 - 2010)
My oldest brother lived in New England all his life. He married Elaine Meritt in 1977 and has been out of work for some time. Bob was particularly fond of J.S. Bach and he followed the teachings of Sant Ajaib Singh. I often wear his ring.
* Betsy Youngren (1941 - )
My sister taught math at several high schools near St. Louis. She graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 1962 and served in the Peace Corps from 1963 - 1967, working in the southern Philippines. In 1967 she married Donald Youngren, who passed away in 1995. Her two children, Julie and Dan, live near her in Missouri.
* Charles Horne (1943 - )
My older brother was a software engineer for People Soft (later acquired by Oracle). After earning a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Pennsylvania in 1972, he worked at Lawrence Berkeley Labs and finally moved into software design. In 1966 he married Marica Brackett and lives near San Francisco Bay area. His son Nathan also works at Oracle.
* Christopher Horne (1957 - )
My younger brother studied computer science at the University of Arizona and worked for SUN Microsystems, which later became part of Oracle. In 1984 he married Stephanie Brackett and now lives in Boulder, Colorado. They have four daughters.
*Judy Norman ( ? - )
My step-sister was born in Minnesota and studied fine art at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. In 1970 she met Swami Muktananda and became active in Siddha Yoga. Today I believe she lives in Maui, Hawaii with her husband, Keshav.
* Takayo Kamiya Newfields (1959 - )
My wife was born and raised in Shizuoka, a mid-size city in central Japan. From 1979 to 1991 she worked for Dai Nihon Toryo, a large paint maker. She is interested in cooking, interior decorating, and fashions. To my chagrin, she is also fascinated by murder mysteries.

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