Social Media Challenge Created in Honor of Jogger Seriously Injured in Accident

MARY ANNE JULES, CENTER, SEEN HERE AT A BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL AWARDS DINNER WITH NOW RETIRED SUPERINTENDENT LOIS FAVRE AND CURRENT PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER STEVE MEYERS, WAS SERIOUSLY INJURED IN AN ACCIDENT ON WEDNESDAY. PHOTO COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL
MARY ANNE JULES, CENTER, SEEN HERE AT A BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL AWARDS DINNER WITH NOW RETIRED SUPERINTENDENT LOIS FAVRE AND CURRENT PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER STEVE MEYERS, WAS SERIOUSLY INJURED IN AN ACCIDENT ON WEDNESDAY. PHOTO COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL

The Bridgehampton community was devastated by news that Mary Anne Jules, the former athletic director at Bridgehampton School, was hit by a work van while jogging in her Water Mill neighborhood.

Jules, 61, was in serious condition as of Wednesday at Stony Brook University Hospital, according to Southampton Town police, who are investigating the accident.

Jules had worked at the school as a physical education teacher and later the athletic director for 32 years before retiring in 2014. But she did not go far and her former students often saw her out on her long runs or around town.

Social Media Challenge Created in Honor of Jogger Seriously Injured in Accident

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