Linda Lufkin Taylor
Class of 1962


Salem, NY                          EMAIL LINDA

Marital Status Married
Spouse:  Timothy Taylor
Children: 2 daughters
Grandkids: 5--3 girls, 2 boys
Occupation:  Retired
College/Schools accounting courses
Past Residences: Albany for 3 years.  Castleton-on-Hudson for 8 years. Cambridge for 1 year.  Greenwich for the last 30 years (even though the address is Salem).
Past Jobs I worked 7 years as the secretary to the Supervising Principal at The Milne School, SUNY Albany.  It was the campus lab school for student teachers.  After moving back to this area, I worked at the Cambridge School for 1+ years.  Then I worked several part time jobs back to back.  I worked for a CPA as an auditors assistant and whatever was needed for 15 years.  Fours years I was the bookkeeper for Willard Mountain Ski Area.  I filled in at two local lawyer offices for two years.  I was the bookkeeper for Greenwich Ready Mix, Inc. for 28 years. I worked from home as a typist on occasion.  In between all of this, I was Area Chair for Girl Scouting in the Greenwich area and in charge of local cookie sales for many years. I worked at the Greenwich Central School on a State grant creating and organizing their archives.
Other Activities Still involved with the Girl Scouts.  Reading and walking are now my hobbies since being retired.  Taking care of Dad also involved much of our lives.
My husband  and I played drums in 2 bag pipe bands in parades and competition for a total of  7 years but, as of now, we no longer play.  He was the bass drummer and I played rhythm tenor (not flourishing tenor).  It was great fun and we might get the opportunity again if a band in the area is in need of us.  

Favorite Teacher(s):

Mr. Sorrentino
Memories: Going to basketball games and then the DeMolay dances.  Decorating for the prom and Halloween Carnival.  Taking Regents exams.  Getting to wear pants on Senior Day.  Walking home from school.  Dances in Greenwich.  Good friends.


This web page will be a great way for "old" friends to make contact.  Times have changed and holding a bit of the past is more important than we might have thought.