There is an expression that the first step of any new journey is the most difficult. For E. Armistead Talman ’50, there was one beginning that overshadowed all others – starting seventh grade at St. Christopher's School.
From a young age Judy Kidd always knew she wanted to be a teacher. She saw the care and kindness her beloved aunt, an elementary school librarian, showed toward children as she inspired a passion for books and a love for reading in her students.
There is an adage about lightning never striking the same place twice, but what about luck? A change of plans brought Stuart Flanagan to St. Christopher's and another kept him at school for ten years. The result was a lifetime of friendships gained, memories made, and a scholarship to give boys a St. Christopher's education.