Nancy Greenwald is a retired teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing.
Nancy was born in St. Louis.
She attended Clayton High School.
Education and Career
Nancy studied at three universities:
- Washington University in St. Louis
- Northwestern University, in Evanston, just north of Chicago
- Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario
She first worked as a teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing in St. Louis, Missouri, and Lincolnwood, Illinois.
Nancy moved with her husband to Thunder Bay in 1978, where she took a job as a teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing in the Thunder Bay District School Board (TBDSB).
My parents moved to Thunder Bay from Toronto because they didn't want to raise a family in a big city. They were able to sell their Toronto house, and move to TB, and the difference in cost of living allowed them to pay cash for our house and start up the business.— Arleigh Hood, message to Michael Currie, 24 November 2019
She retired from this position in December 2002 and moved to Toronto.
From January 2003, she was a certified Auditory-Verbal Therapist in the Cochlear Implant Program at the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Ontario. She retired from this job in 2012.
Since 2012 she has remained in Toronto, but for six summers she returned to her native St. Louis to work at the St. Louis Zoo in the education department.
Marriage and family
She moved in 1978 with her then-husband, Donald Hood, to Thunder Bay, Ontario, where they raised their two children:
She divorced her husband in 1992.
Jeremy has had two boys (born in 2013 and 2016) with wife Jaclyn Marie Haber. As of 2019 he lives in Woodbridge, Ontario, and from perhaps 2008 to at least 2018 he has been employed by Long & McQuade at its 2777 Steeles Avenue West location in North York.
Arleigh has lived in Halifax since at least 2014, to present as of 2019. She is unmarried and without issue.
Nancy is a keen Jeopardy enthusiast.
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 Nancy Greenwald, correspondence with Michael Currie, 23 November 2019