Suzanne M. Timble has enjoyed music all her life, with choral involvement in choirs and glee clubs, structured and semi-structured choruses, and playing the ukulele—plus the keyboard on occasion. She has been a strong supporter of the Ravinia Festival in Highland Park, IL, and now our wonderful Santa Fe Symphony.
Having spent her entire life in the suburbs of Chicago, Suzanne bought a home here in New Mexico four years ago and, as of August 2017, is happy to be a full-time Santa Fe resident.
Suzanne received her baccalaureate from the University of Rochester in New York. She also has a Master of Education degree from Loyola University in Chicago, a PhD from the School of Speech at Northwestern University, and a JD from Northwestern University School of Law.
Her working career included teaching fourth graders, followed by nine years of teaching graduate students. She practiced law for more than 25 years, concentrating on estate planning and trust work.
Here in Santa Fe, Suzanne—as a relative newcomer—is playing a lot of tennis, more and more golf, and she enjoys hiking. She spends time reading, singing in a small chorus that entertains at “elder centers,” and is, of course, immersing herself in all of Santa Fe’s amazing music.