Carolyn (Trotter) Peak
What song most reminds you of
your school days?
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
What teacher most influenced
Mr. Burnette - Algebra
Which reunions have you
10th and 30th
Which did you enjoy the most?
Fondest memories of your days at
Football games, basketball games, the
Rotunda, dancing and watching people dance at the
drugstore (next door to the school) and friends.
My life since graduation:
I worked with Social Security for several
years, then moved to Los Angeles and worked with the
Office of the Chief of Public Affairs, Dept. of Army, as
a civilian Public Information Officer. While in Los
Angeles, I attended night classes at Pierce College,
studying Journalism and Spanish. When I returned to
Chattanooga in 1985, I took a job with the Erlanger
Marketing Department, finishing my career as Creative
Coordinator 20 years later when I took early retirement.
My husband is Ansel Peak, and between us we have 2
daughters (mine) and 1 son (his), plus one grandson and
one granddaughter. I enjoy playing tennis, cooking,
ballroom dancing and working out.