There are definite perks to being on a committee. And that point was made perfectly clear on Tuesday, June 25, when Leslie Ann Crozier had a gathering of the Triumph Over Alzheimer’s top-tier supporters, like Todd Terry, Carol Hall, Bev Bowman and Dr. Roger Rosenberg, at her high-rise nest before attending a kick-off meeting in The Conservatory.
When one guest asked how she had moved in her dining room table, which was as big as a car and seemed to weigh just as much, Leslie Ann laughed, recalling that it took a helicopter to deliver it. Then she added that if she ever sells her place, the table goes with it.
As Lee Bailey chatted tableside with Stan Levenson, Leslie gave a quick tour of the master bedroom. Pointing to a life-size statue by her bed, she was asked if it was the Virgin Mary. Leslie fessed up that she wasn’t sure — “Some people think it might be St. Theresa.”
In the crowd were the TOA Ambassadors Jenny Deely, Kara Kirkby and Holley Caldwell. Luckily, the get-together wasn’t taking place the next night. That’s when the trio would be with their sister blondes and brunettes practicing for the annual BvB Dallas powder puff football game at the Cotton Bowl on Saturday, August 10, to raise funds to battle Alzheimer’s.
Just after having her photo taken with the Ambassadors, Leslie Ann and Co-Chair Katherine Wynne gave the signal to “Broderick the Butler” that it was time to end the partying and go down to business at the adjacent Conservatory for a formal discussion of plans for the 2019 International Forum and Dinner on Tuesday, October 22, at the George Bush Institute.