So far, only one of us has been to: Australia, Brazil, China, Guam, Philippines, and Taiwan. But it isn’t the same one.
Kathleen G. Charters and Lawrence I. Charters started life as children. Life then intervened.
Kathleen served as an officer in the United States Public Health Service, working at the USPHS hospital in San Francisco, California. She then transferred to the United States Navy, and served at the U.S. Naval Hospital Bremerton, Washington, the Naval Hospital Yokosuka, Japan, the Naval Medical Center San Diego, California, and the National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland, since renamed the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. She currently works as a senior consultant to the Defense Health Agency.
Lawrence Charters worked for Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, Washington; the Department of History, Washington State University, teaching history; Olympic College, Bremerton, Washington, teaching computer science; Chapman College (now Chapman University), teaching history, English literature, philosophy and computer science; and Central Texas College, teaching computer science. He currently works for National Ocean Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, as an Internet Projects Manager.