Diane Dreyfuss Lennox

Profile Updated: July 22, 2019
Residing In: DURHAM, NC USA
Occupation: Retired!
Children: Erin, born 1981, now living in LA, working in the film industry and as a comedy writer and stand up. More…Living in a way faster lane than I'll ever be able to drive.

So exciting to find this site (thanks to Jane Larson). I've lived in NC since 1981, spend all my spare time working on house projects or outside walking the dogs, cycling, hiking, botanizing, and fantasizing about traveling. Newly retired, I'm revving up my volunteer profile starting with the Duke U botanical gardens and a local pre-K for Hispanic kids.

School Story:

The yearbook staff (see the photo of me and Tom French) -- thanks Alice Gire!); all the cheerleaders getting sent home for wearing coulottes; Dennie Gartiz (sp?) and Debra Moore as mascots; Selby and I losing at cheerleader, standing in the parking lot singing, "I'm a loser!." Mr. Lee and Mr. Tracy performing American History, in particular the battle between the livestock herders and the farmers ("badoo, badoo, badoo")... Sally Raab and I performing the famous Dance of the Crows in homemade bathing suits and crow heads for the Water Ballet finals. Mrs. Whitaker -- challenging us all not to be stupid. I could go on.

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How I spend much (though not enough) of my time.
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Diane Dreyfuss Lennox has left an In Memory comment for Alan Dankman.
Jan 25, 2017 at 9:33 AM

It's been such a pleasure sharing all your wonderful memories of Alan. Like many, I mostly lost touch with him over the years, though I always enjoyed him on the rare occasions we were in the same space. What's more important is that Alan embodied our class of 1969 in so many ways - smart, funny, serious, edgy, adventurous, irreverent. We chose him as our "leader" - if a class president really has much opportunity to lead! - because we could all identify with him and because he represented the moral and spiritual core of a class that was crossing a social threshold. Not just form childhood to adults, but from the 50s to the 60s, from traditionalists to counterpunchers, from compliant to defiant. Today, with 45+ years in our tail lights, some of it looks a bit precious. But that was our energy, and Alan was our guy. His loss is for all of us, and I hope to toast him at our 50th.

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Paul, the guy who keeps me young (yessss!)
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Erin, dragging me out to loud dj hiphop party in New York with her famous and famously odd friends. She hates this picture. She towers over me.
Posted: Jul 22, 2019 at 12:25 PM
How I spend much (though not enough) of my time.
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Hiking (sitting) in the Great Smokeys -- here at the smallest post office in the world.
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