Phyllis Marshall’s Story

Back in 1972, I was a relative newcomer to Morgantown.  My husband had taken a position as an Assistant Professor at WVU.  I was home with our two small children playing an additional role as chauffer, cook and bottle washer.  I needed relief.

Reading a LWV article in the local newspaper inspired me.  I located the President of the local league.  I was pleased to hear from her and my LWV adventure began.  No longer did I just have “pots and pans” discussions with my husband and friends.  It was exciting!  I found my league experiences to be rewarding and exciting.  I still do!