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Spokane in Perspective
“I’ve been very well supported.”
For a lot of the times that we complain about Spokane and the community, and the things, and the history . . . By and large it’s been a good place to live. [Gene and I have] really had a very good life here. We’ve had good experiences.
We are half of the year in Palm Springs now. It’s a whole different world. But when we really got down to saying “Where’s home? Where are our roots?” Once my mother died, I’m not committed to Spokane anymore by family. We both said, “Yeah, Spokane’s home. That’ll be the roots, and we’ll go and do, but come back here.” It’s been good to me.
By and large, I’ve been very well supported, through the years of teaching, administration, board members, colleagues. It’s been a very positive experience.
Sources: Interview with Susan Williams on 3 December 2006, held at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture; Interviews with Laura S. Hodgman on 30 November 2012 and on 27 February 2014.