Sallie Schulten


Sallie Schulten (Greg Haynes)

115 Tuliphurst Drive, Pewee Valley, KY 40056


(Jul, 2008) Just so you know, we didn’t date in high school. Or college. Graduated in 1967 with a degree in English and polysci, with a teaching certificate that landed me in Aberdeen, MD for a year; then worked in biotechnology research in Washington DC before Greg and I married.

Worked for the Justice Department before going to law school; graduated from George Washington with a JD in 1975. Have practiced part time with two real estate development companies since then.

We have three daughters: Kate, a Presbyterian minister in Charlotte, NC; Amanda, in government relations with eBay in Washington, DC, and Alexandra, also in Washington and working as a congressional press secretary. Kate’s (Colin Murphy) beautiful daughter, Calloway, is almost two and the most amazing granddaughter ever born.

Hobbies: reading, cooking, gardening, moving children around from home to college to graduate school to apartments to homes; visiting Callie. Favorite Seneca teachers: Mrs. James (Greg’s too) and Mr. Matthews. And Mr. Buscheri, because he paddled my little brother as often as necessary.

(Jul, 2013) I am now happily retired from practicing law and spend time volunteering; currently serving as president of the board of trustees of the Oldham County Public Library. Greg and I are still living in the money pit in Pewee Valley and have no plans to downsize (according to Greg).  Our middle daughter, Amanda, and her husband have moved back to Kentucky from Washington, DC, and Greg says I spend more time in Lexington, where they live with two more of the most amazing grandchildren ever born, than the Kentucky Wildcats do.

Oldest daughter Kate is still in Charlotte, NC, and has added amazing grandchild no. 4 to her family. Our youngest, Alexandra, was the last to marry, in August, 2010; our third and final wedding at Tuliphurst. She works as a communications director for a House committee and has thus far declined to produce any amazing grandchildren. She just added an obstreperous dog, Olive, to her household instead.

Seneca High School—Class of '63