Jerry and his wife at that time, Beverley, were colleagues from Richmond who came to intern in the Washington, DC House the first year we were there, around 1972. Jerry worked as a carpenter and as a wood craftsman. His skills in that old religious house were most helpful. He made beautiful cabinets.
Beverley was an artist who did a number of pieces of fabric artwork that graced the Richmond and WDC houses at one time. A blue and white triangle quilt of hers was dedicated to the Women of the OE and ICA and was part of the Judy Chicago follow-up exhibit.
With care for one who journeyed with us,
~~ Lynda and John