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One Mother and Three Daughters Share a Rich Railroad Legacy at Union Pacific

Written by Union Pacific, Corporate Communications
(Left) Twin sisters Tiffany Mace, locomotive engineer, left, and Lindsey Stoddard, yardperson, work together on their birthday. (Right) From left, Locomotive Engineers Brandy Lloyd and her mom, MaryAnn Hennessy on Union Pacific's steam locomotive No. 844.

(Left) Twin sisters Tiffany Mace, locomotive engineer, left, and Lindsey Stoddard, yardperson, work together on their birthday. (Right) From left, Locomotive Engineers Brandy Lloyd and her mom, MaryAnn Hennessy on Union Pacific's steam locomotive No. 844.

MaryAnn Hennessy and her three daughters–Brandy Lloyd, Tiffany Mace, and Lindsey Stoddard have more in common than being family members and train crew professionals who work for Union Pacific Railroad. The women also share a rich railroad history that extends back through five generations of Hennessys.

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