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Linda Spreeman (King of Prussia)

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First and foremost, Linda Spreeman (who lives in King of Prussia) is a devoted mother of two beautiful, successful daughters and a proud grandmother. Professionally, Linda Spreeman is an administrative professional who is charged with an extensive array of duties along with being technology savvy. Additionally, she is active in the community donating time in an elected Board of Directors position. She holds an AA from Montgomery County Community College.
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- Taking walks with my daughter and her golden retrievers
- Building sandcastles with my granddaughters by the ocean
- Family summer birthday celebrations
- Poolside reading a book
- Swimming laps in the pool
- Flowers and gardens
- Not having to wear a coat
- Being able to wear sandals, shorts, and summer dresses
- Not being cold (brrrrrrr)
- The smell of a newly mowed lawn
- The fun of a playground with granddaughters
- Getting ice cream
- Being outside
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Sat, September 12, 2015 - 3:33 PM permalink - 0 comments
My thought is that there is no longer a valid point to "Spring Up - Fall Back" and time to abandon the process altogether. Because, guess what, Arizona opts out and the entire state is none the worse for wear. This article echos my thoughts exactly. What are we still doing this? So many reasons that are negative....time to take up the torch and retire this archaic
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Sat, November 2, 2013 - 3:54 PM permalink - 0 comments
Pennsylvania, in their infinite wisdom, needs to pass legislation prohiting teachers from striking. Teachers are professionals, but not acting like it. Furthermore, teachers unions aren't necessary, so how about eliminating and disbanding them as well? If John Q. Public who works at XYZ Corp doesn't like his raise and benefits that year, he can hardly stand outside the front door of his employer with a picket sign. He gladly accepts that he got a raise at all, is appreciative that he has bene... read more
Sat, June 9, 2012 - 11:41 AM permalink - 0 comments
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