These three sisters have been sharing their Longhorn pride for more than four decades, says Marilyn Fisk Benedict, BA ’72, Life Member (middle), who shared this photo. Though their lives grew in diverse directions—Marilyn is a retired police detective who now owns a counseling practice, Kathleen is a teacher, and Janine is an artist and greeting card company owner—the women all share a love of UT.
From left: Kathleen D. Fisk BS ’74; Marilyn Fisk Benedict, BA ’72, Life Member; and Janine Fisk Swan, BFA ’71.
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