Tim Findley (Jour)joined the Marine Corps after graduating, then embarked on a career as an investigative reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle. Findley was known for fiercely covering controversial issues, even at great personal risk. At the Chronicle, he covered the Native American occupation of Alcatraz Island and spent time as a prisoner for a series on Soledad State Prison in California. He discovered the identities of members of the Symbionese Liberation Army, a revolutionary group that kidnapped newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst. Later he worked as a freelance television producer and a writer for Rolling Stone magazine. Findley wrote until the end, beginning a new article for Range magazine just days before his death in 2010.
Posted Dec. 1, 2022
Carol Robinson Andrews (Jour) is happily retired and enjoying life with her husband, John. They have two sons and four grandchildren. They traveled through the entire United States and many Canadian provinces in an RV between 1988 and 2021. She continues to write—blogging on their travels since 2006 and writing her life story.