Dear Mrs. Pulaski, You probably do not remember me, but I remember your husband and your family quite fondly. During my sophomore and junior years at ASU, I babysat your daughter in the afternoon hours between the time school let out and the time one of you arrived home. I recall even picking up your daughter from Phoenix Country Day School a few times. Also, I house sat your home a few times, when your family traveled on summer vacation. I recall having many interesting conversations with your husband about the law. In particular at that time, he was working on "Equal Justice and the Death Penalty: A Legal & Empirical Analysis." I wanted to let you know what a lasting impression your husband had on me. He opened my eyes to the possibility of studying law. I eventually went on to become a lawyer myself. I studied at The University of Chicago Law School and now am an attorney with the Office of the Federal Public Defender in Phoenix. May God bless your family and bring back a flood of wonderful memories of your times together.
~ Jeanette Alvarado