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Ann Wilson Smock

January 1, 2019

1978 – Midland, Michigan, Scottsdale, Arizona & Snowmass, Colorado

Ann Smock has a history of volunteer work with social service organizations including the board of directors of the Family and Children’s Services of Michigan and the board of directors of the Visiting Nurse Association of Midland. Also while living in Midland, Mrs. Smock dedicated many hours of work to the Midland Music Society and was an instructor in Personal Development at Northwood. Since moving to Phoenix she has served on the board of the Phoenix Symphony Auxiliary and of Interfaith Cooperative Ministries, which serves the needy. She has been an Elder in Valley Presbyterian Church, Scottsdale, where she remains actively involved. She is business manager for her husband, Sidney N. Smock, M.D., an anesthesiologist. Mrs. Smock also spends as much time as possible in her art studio, working in oils and acrylics. She has exhibited her work in Phoenix and in Aspen and Carbondale, Colorado. Mrs. Smock’s mother, Dorothy Wilson, was one of the founders of the first Northwood Women’s Board, in Alma, Michigan. Ann graduated from the University of Michigan and later returned to earn a master’s degree in public health education. “My own personal conviction is that a full life embraces both the practical and the beautiful, the one enhancing the other. I believe that Northwood truly endeavors to graduate responsible, well-rounded citizens, capable of taking their places in a highly complicated world.”