Trustee Tom Bozzuto '68 was featured in an article titled “Lessons Learned On the Job” in the Saturday, Jan. 17, Washington Post. The story highlighted three Washington-area home builders and what they chose for their own homes. Bozzuto and his wife Barbara bought an existing Frank Lloyd Wright-style ranch house in the northern Baltimore suburb of Ruxton. After a fire, they re-did the entire inside of the house. They changed the layout of a few of the spaces, altering the floor plan of the kitchen, expanding the dining room and adding a guest room and bathroom downstairs, a home gym, a walk-in closet and a cedar closet.
Bozzuto's advice on home-buying is “make sure you have the right site.” He said, “You can't change the site. You can always fiddle with the design of the house. What makes this house special is that when you're inside, you feel you're in a tree house. The site is what makes this house.”