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Sue (Hearn) Anthony (Foundation & LGB 1959-2006)

Posted By Alumni Office, mardi, 24 février 2015

 Sue Anthony   Sue Anthony

1. When did you work at the International School of Geneva and what was/were your role(s)?
From 1959 to 2006 I worked for many years in the School Administration, principally for the Alumni Association and from 1965 to 1982 I was helping Eric in running a section of the Boarding House. For a few years during this time I worked in other organisations in Geneva.

2. Describe your life today, where you live and what you do.
I live, with my husband Eric and six labradors, in a renovated farmhouse in Romenay, South Burgundy, France. Eric and I are extremely busy with our daily routine of caring for our dogs and also the house and grounds. We also enjoy travelling to many different countries for dog shows. We have a very good social life with the locals, be it French or many other nationalities. We also keep up with our friends in the Geneva area including a number of former staff and parents of the School.

Our greatest joy is the regular visits of our two sons and our granddaughters. We also have large families in the UK whom we see regularly.

My two main recreational activities now, that I do without Eric, are swimming regularly and attending art classes, both of which I have pursued since leaving the UK.

3. What are your strongest memories of working at Ecolint?
The school has been an integral part of my life over many years and for many reasons. My father taught Physics and Maths at the school until his premature death in 1962. Following that, my mother, Mrs Grace Hearn, served for many years in the Library and in the Boarding House (1962-1982). Our two sons had their complete school education at Ecolint from kindergarten until Class 13. Eric and I spent a long time at Ecolint as well!

In consequence, we have so many happy memories of our relationship with students, parents and colleagues.

4. To what extent do you like to keep in touch with former students and colleagues?
I thoroughly enjoyed working in the Alumni Office and now try and keep up with as many alumni as possible and am fascinated to have news on how their lives are turning out. I really appreciate having contact with alumni, former staff members and parents of former students.

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