Marci Richgels Potter
Hello to all of you! I thoroughly enjoyed reading everyoneís biography entries 5
years ago. Itís amazing to be part of such a successful class! Iím sorry
that once again I will not be joining in the reunion activities, but my
memories will have me there in spirit!
When the world changed as a result of 9/11, I was a senior software
engineer with EMC. A month later 9/11 would have its impact on me, too, in
the form of our Colorado Springs office, and the software we developed,
being closed down and laid to rest. I hit the streets unemployed and found
there were no jobs to be had. After a few months of pondering what that
really meant to me, I decided to go back to school.
I started nursing school not sure if I was even still able to learn and
retain new information. Imagine how tickled I was to graduate with a 4.0!
So, Iíve been a nurse for nearly three years now, having worked in Long
Term Care and Home Care. Just two weeks ago I started as a Clinical
Reviewer in the field of radiology and imaging. So far so good, but of
course, no vacation for a while.
Enjoy the reunion! Maybe Iíll make it to our 50th. Incidentally, thanks to
the organizing committee for keeping our class united!