Carrie went to Phoenix Country Day School and then to Arcadia High School. So Colorado College in Colorado Springs sounded just right. And it was. There, she met the person she would eventually marry, Jon Hulburd. After graduation, she returned to the Valley and enrolled in Thunderbird. But then she was off again – this time about as far as she could go and still be in the continental U.S. She went to work for an advertising agency in New York City. Jon was attending law school at New York Law School. They married. Their first child was born. Jon didn’t want to practice law in NYC, and it was his idea to come back to Arizona. After the move, they lived in a north central Phoenix neighborhood for about three years. The neighborhood was lovely, but the home wasn’t quite what Carrie wanted. Carrie’s grandparents had passed on, and her parents had downsized to a home in Clearwater Hills. That left the two Arcadia homes empty. The young girl who wanted to live anywhere but Arizona, moved her family into the home she grew up next to: her grandparents’ home. And she and Jon have never left it. Like her parents, Julie and Dr. Herbert (Tim) Louis, who have made significant medical and financial contributions to the Phoenix medical community, especially Phoenix Children’s Hospital.