From Hampton Roads in the south to the Delaware River in east, the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia, West Virginia and Pennsylvania in the west and the Atlantic to the east all frame an area within easy reach to Washington, D.C., and Maryland. Out and About D.C. will bring you news and announcements of events and occasionally introduce you to the people who make this stretch of the Eastern Seaboard a dynamic place to live and play.
Susan L. Ruth is a long-time Washington, DC resident with extensive ties throughout the community. She is a genealogical researcher and writer, and is an active volunteer in the Northern Virginia competitive swimming community. Susan previously worked providing life-skills to ...Read More
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Susan L. Ruth is a long-time Washington, DC resident with extensive ties throughout the community. She is a genealogical researcher and writer, and is an active volunteer in the Northern Virginia competitive swimming community. Susan previously worked providing life-skills to head injured adults.
Susan and her husband Kerry currently live in Northern Virginia with their three sons, Ryley, Casey and Jack and their American Bulldog, Leila.