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Judy Sharp Patrick

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Phone: (518) ***-****  
Daily Gazette
2345 Maxon Road Extension
Schenectady , New York 12301
United States


Employment History


  • State University of New York at Albany
  • Bachelor of Arts degree , English literature and minors
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Judy started at The Gazette in 1982 as a reporter in the Amsterdam bureau and has, over the years, worked in the Saratoga Springs, Ballston Spa and Mechanicville bureaus. Eventually, she moved to the Schenectady office, where she has at various times worked as managing editor, day city editor, assistant city editor, an arts reporter and editor and a reporter assigned to the Sunday paper. She grew up in Washington County and graduated from the University at Albany in 1978 with a degree in English literature.
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Steve is married to Judy Sharp Patrick and has a daughter, Dr. Erica Patrick.
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Judy is the daughter of Phyllis Sharp and the late William Sharp of Easton.
Following high school, Judy attended the State University of New York at Albany and in 1978, graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English literature and minors in both political science and women's studies
Greenwich may be a small town, but Judy believes that growing up here gave her an appreciation for the wider world and an interest in the myriad viewpoints and perspectives to topics. Judy credits teachers who helped her build confidence, showed her the value of hard work and taught her to be tolerant and open-minded. "In fifth grade, John Pemrick taught me that writing could be a fun and effective way to convey ideas and look at the world critically. Her Greenwich years were also those in which she learned the principles of a democratic government, including the importance of a free press.
Judy also developed lasting friendships at GCS. Notably, in the eighth grade, she befriended a Swiss foreign exchange student named Isabelle Feller. The two have kept in touch throughout the years and the Patricks have visited Isabelle's family several times, both in the Swiss Alps and in France (where she now lives). One of Isabelle's sons, Jeremie, came to Greenwich and stayed with the Patricks, attending GCS as a foreign exchange student in the 1996-97 school year. Isabelle's daughter, Charlotte, lived with the Patricks last July and August, attending summer school at GCS to improve her English.
Today, Judy is the Day City Editor of The Gazette Newspapers in Schenectady.
As a journalist for more than twenty-five years, Judy has traveled to interesting places and interviewed fascinating people, including Boom Boom Brannigan, Mario Cuomo, Freddie Freihofer and Don Knotts.
Noting qualities important in her field, Judy cites "…interest in what's happening in the world, being mindful of your role as a government watchdog, a dedication to being accurate and an ability to be able to think critically about what you see and hear.
Sometimes the connection between one's hometown school and eventual career connect more than just thematically. When Judy was a young reporter working in Little Falls, Miss Guiney, her beloved kindergarten teacher, stopped into her newspaper office to say hello.
In addition to family life and work, Judy enjoys recreational running and has hiked forty-one of the forty-six high peaks of the Adirondacks.
Judy has five siblings, all of whom attended GCS: Rusty Sharp , Cathy Sharp Barber ('65), William C. Sharp ('72), Jennifer Sharp Kuzmich ('76) and Ed Sharp ('81) .
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