Happy 101th Birthday to Margaret Weissenbuth!
Some things are so good they are worth repeating! Join me in wishing Margaret a very happy happy 101st birthday. She is pictured here with my daughters Allison and Rachael and her neighbor Linda. Her home was filled today with family and friends.
Margaret was born December 30th, 1916. This incredible woman joined SUWC when she came to Stanford in 1950 with her husband Mitchell Weissbluth, a physicist that helped create the first medical linear accelerator. Two SUWC members Haillie Spurr (1946) and Eda Luck (1947) have been in our club longer. Margaret taught elementary school children for many years until she retired in 1983. In the summer you may find her at the Stanford Campus Recreation Center pool where she has been swimming since it opened 1962. Helen Lieberman and Margaret are both charter members of SCRA. Margaret welcomes visitors at her home on Pine Hill Road. She enjoys SUWC club activities as well as Scrabble, crosswords, going out to lunch and daily walks. You can find her contact info in the RedBook to make a date with her. She inspires us with her curiosity, knowledge and energy.