Freeman, Sue 1953–
Freeman, Sue 1953–
(Susan J. Freeman)
PERSONAL: Born February 12, 1953, in Rochester, NY; daughter of Harold and Joyce Connor; married Rich Freeman (a publisher and writer), August 13, 1983. Education: State University of New York at Buffalo, B.S., 1975; Rochester Institute of Technology, M.B.A., 1986. Hobbies and other interests: Hiking, backpacking, bicycling, skiing.
ADDRESSES: Home—Englewood, FL. Office—Footprint Press, Inc., 303 Pine Glen Ct., Englewood, FL 34223. E-mail—[email protected]
CAREER: Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, NY, marketing director in clinical diagnostics, 1979–96; Footprint Press, Inc., Englewood, FL, publisher and writer, 1996–. WXXI Public Television, member of volunteer board, 1989–95; Victor Hiking Trails, secretary, 1991–96, and member; Genesee Region Trails Coalition, secretary, 2003–05.
MEMBER: Appalachian Mountain Club, Appalachian Long Distance Hikers Association, Finger Lakes Trail Association, Florida Trail Association, Coastal Cruisers.
WITH HUSBAND, RICH FREEMAN
Take a Hike! Family Walks in the Rochester (NY) Area, Footprint Press (Englewood, FL), 1997, 2nd edition, 2000.
Take Your Bike! Family Rides in the Rochester (NY) Area, Footprint Press (Englewood, FL), 1998, 2nd edition, 2003.
Bruce Trail: An Adventure along the Niagara Escarpment (Ontario, Canada), Footprint Press (Englewood, FL), 1998.
Take a Hike! Family Walks in the Finger Lakes and Genesee Valley Region (NY), Footprint Press (Englewood, FL), 1999.
Take Your Bike! Family Rides in the Finger Lakes and Genesee Valley Region (NY), Footprint Press (Englewood, FL), 1999.
Snow Trails: Cross-Country Ski and Snowshoe in Central and Western New York, Footprint Press (Englewood, FL), 2001.
200 Waterfalls in Western and Central New York: A Finders' Guide, Footprint Press (Englewood, FL), 2002.
Take a Paddle: Finger Lakes: New York Quiet Water for Canoes & Kayaks, Footprint Press (Englewood, FL), 2004.
Take a Paddle: Western New York: Quiet Water for Canoes and Kayaks, Footprint Press (Englewood, FL), 2004.
Cobblestone Quest: Road Tours of New York's Historic Buildings, Footprint Press (Englewood, FL), 2005.
Take a Hike: Family Walks in New York's Finger Lakes Region, Footprint Press (Englewood, FL), 2006.
Take Your Bike: Family Rids in New York's Finger Lakes Region, Footprint Press (Englewood, FL), 2006.
SIDELIGHTS: For Sidelights, see Freeman, Rich.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Footprint Press Web site, http://www.footprintpress.com (November 7, 2006).
"Freeman, Sue 1953–." Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series. . Encyclopedia.com. (September 18, 2019). https://www.encyclopedia.com/arts/educational-magazines/freeman-sue-1953
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