Lynn A. Mc Donald
Originally from Troy, New York, I spent my youth in the 1960s, listening and dancing to “rock and roll” music.
Later in life, I was fortunate to travel outside the United States. I traveled with my mother to her ancestral home in Lithuania many times, first when it was under Soviet domination and then when it gained its independence
More recently, I had the opportunity to visit Uganda, Africa, where I experienced the hardship of its citizens, especially for young girls trying to get an education
My interests include being involved with causes that deal with injustices of any kind, taking part with an organization that helps young girls reach their full potential by staying in school and becoming leaders in their country.
Today, my husband and I are “snowbirds.” However, our northern home is in the Adirondack Mountains in upstate New York, where we enjoy sharing time with family, and friends, and still listening to “rock and roll.”
Thank for extending your kindness to include me in your congregation. See you in November!
Abby and Bob Madeiros
Abby and Bob Madeiros moved full time to Citrus County in the summer of 2016, retiring from Saint Petersburg.
Abby completed 30 plus years in the Pinellas County School System as a science teacher. While she misses her friends in Pinellas, she has since studied to become a Citrus County Master Gardener and is active in the local chapters of the League of Women Voters and the Native Plant Society. She still dabbles in teaching as a substitute teacher at the local elementary school. Abby loves gardening, nature and her three grown boys.
Bob spent his career in manufacturing as a Quality Engineering manager building things for military and space applications. Originally from upstate NY, he came to Florida to escape winter and has been here ever since. He did 10 years as an assistant scout master (as the boys were growing up), and currently volunteers with the state quality award program.
Abby and Bob live on five acres in the woods, where they enjoy hiking, biking and kayaking. Summers are spent touring the state and country in their 30-foot motor home or at their cabin in Vermont. They look forward to a sense of community here at NCUU.
Welcome Bob and Abby!