Phyllis Knox Styron

Profile Updated: January 23, 2015
Residing In: Geensboro, NC USA
Occupation: Retired
Children: Dana, 38 born July 1971, She Graduated from UNCG 1993, She taught school in Raleigh for 12 years, married More…with one 3 year old.Now living back in Fla. Philip 36 born Oct, 1973. Also graduated from UNCG, with degree in Mathematics. Returned to Ft. Lauderdale received his Masters in Computer Science. Getting Married April 10, 2010
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I married in Oct. 1969, or daughter was born July 1971. My sweet son came along 2 years later. I was blessed to be a stay at home mom. I loved everything that went along with that. My husband worked for American Express
During a business dinner one night, I heard them debating on opening a new office in either Greensboro NC, or Virginia. I jumped in the conversation, and told them my thoughts in the matter. They opened the Center here ( I really don't think I had anything to do with that) Yet it did bring me back "home". We were here for seven years. Giving my children the opportunity to go to school here and graduate collage from here. I was so thankful. We moved back to Florida, but my daughter stayed, moved to Raleigh. So I always had a connection here. Sometimes life can throw us a curve ball, I divorced. I followed my gut and returned to Greensboro Oct. 2013. Getting settled and beginning to feel at home again. Life has been very good to me.

School Story:

I moved to Greensboro during the seventh grade. Glenwood was "home". Jackson became my school. Then on to Ben L Smith. So many in that neighbor hood became my best friends. My very best memories of my 12 years of school were made during those years.
I moved to Florida the beginning of our Senior year. I survived but never forgot my time in Glenwood.

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Posted: Dec 17, 2013 at 1:03 AM
My grandson the love of my life. I'm so thankful for this precious gift. I now have a another grandson. Double the love.