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Patricia Bryant Koedding
Washington lobbyist Anne Levy Wexler was featured in a February 10 article in
newspaper. Over the past 20 years, she has worked closely with leading Democrats, including Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton, building trade coalitions. She played a key role in the framing of the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement. Wexler was in Australia this past spring to help revive hopes for a free trade agreement with the US. The former associate publisher of was also recently cited by magazine as “the most influential female lobbyist in a world still dominated by men.” In 2002 she was awarded an Order of Australia for her service on behalf of Australian-American relations.
A four-year resident of Crosslands retirement community near Longwood Gardens, PA, I’m involved in many activities. My favorite is buying the clothes and jewelry for Crosslands’ Sunflower Shop. And now that people have discovered my pet portraits, I’m very busy drawing the community’s resident pets. My granddaughter Lauren is in her second year of medical school; her sister is a graphic-design major at Philadelphia University; and grandson Chris graduates from Virginia Tech in December. My son, Bruce, has been inducted into the Massachusetts Society of Cincinnati, a group that honors descendents of those who served in the American Revolution.