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CL AS S NO TE S

“I love being on the water. It reminds me how small I am. The size, the imponder- able-ness, of the sea gives me the sense that my problems are small because I’m small, comparatively.”

INGEBORG HEGEMANN CLARK 26 KERRINGTON WAY

STOW, MA 01775

IEHEGEMANN@GMAIL.COM

and

NANCY REEVES REARDON 420 S. GREENWOOD AVENUE

PASADENA, CA 91107

’77 ’78

Wende Scarafoni Carver has

three beautiful granddaughters, including a set of identical twins.

KATHRYN A. GREGORY 41 LAWRENCE STREET

WAKEFIELD, MA 01880 781-224-3324

JBHKAG@VERIZON.NET

Bonnie Smith Gannon is director

of corporate and foundation rela- tions for Morristown Memorial Hospital in New Jersey. She lives in New Vernon with husband Gordon and a daughter who has been applying to colleges. Their son is a freshman at Vanderbilt. Bonnie stays in touch with Alexis Schade McCormack of Basking Ridge, NJ, Jill Holler Durovsik of Villanova, PA, Alison Smith Mengel of

Longmeadow, MA, Sharon Johnson Ten -

nant of Los Angeles, CA, Amy Byrnes Simek of NYC, Peggy Isham of Provi - dence, RI, and Sean Colquhoun of Bed - minster, NJ.

Artist Roberta Paul Cohan reinterpreted

the story of Adam and Eve in the exhibit Shame, which was on display at the Wo - men’s Studies Research Center at Brandeis University through January. Roberta’s work juxtaposes the well-known 1427 Masaccio

painting The Expulsion from the Garden of

Eden with a more compassionate portrayal of Eve rendered in gouache paintings. Teri Lefreniere Kaasa is the new director of research evaluation assessment and planning at the Durham (NC) Technical Community College. Daughter Ashley is majoring in equine studies at Virginia Intermont College, where she is a fresh- man and a member of the riding team. In the damp Northwest, Ryan Cum - mings gets to see bald eagles on his way home from work each day and is working to perfect his spicy stir-fry. He hopes to get back East sometime soon.

EMILYWALKER BRACCHITTA 50 RIDGEWOOD COURT

HUNTINGTON, CT 06484

EBRACCHITTA@GMAIL.COM

46 SCOPE SPRING 2010

’79

Our 30th reunion was great—the weather was beautiful, the campus looks awesome, and the T&L is still the T&L!

Sue Billerbeck Whalen is involved in freelance creative projects for Clinique Cos metics, working out of her Chelsea apartment in NYC. Husband Dan has been with BNP/Paribas for 20 years and is cur- rently managing director of syndications. Daughter Christina was set to graduate from Syracuse University’s College of Vis - ual and Performing Arts as a communica- tions design major; she already received a job offer at McCann Erickson in NYC as a junior art director. Daughter Sydney is a sophomore at NYU’s Tisch School of the Performing Arts and loves it. Sue has been renovating her house in Rumson, NJ; she hopes to be back in by mid-July. She en - courages classmates in NYC to stop by and say hello.

Lori Ellis Brown lives in Riverside, CA, with her husband of 26 years, Richard, and their two grown children. She teaches social work at Cal State–San Bernardino and is on target to complete a PhD in social policy and research by December. Michele Herman lives in Greenwich

Village, NYC, with her husband and two teenage sons, one of whom has been ap - plying to colleges. Michele writes essays and stories and teaches online classes at the Writers Studio. She has a piece in the “Scopedish” blog (http://scopedish.word- press.com).

Karin Liljestrand Puff and family

moved into a new house in September; she says they should be downsizing but the kids may be moving back in after grad- uation. She and husband Ken have three kids—Ben 20, Jenny 17 (who is looking to go to Lehigh), and 10th-grader Kristina, 15—plus a dog and a goldfish. The Puffs operate two businesses, West chester Tool Rentals and Party Line Tent Rentals, in Elmsford, NY. At Reunion last May, Karin

enjoyed seeing Ann Kuhn Levitan, Jutta Helm-Stone, Lori Daniel son Shannon,

and others. She loves Sara toga and says the shops are way better now! Former class president Lisa Lavieri is subbing for grades K–12 in the Hingham, MA, schools and organizing a large fund - raiser for her daughter’s senior class. She was busy this past fall juggling her son’s sixth-grade homework and her daughter’s college search process. She is in touch with several of our classmates and had a great visit with Carol Visger. Lisa hopes to travel to Saratoga soon. Cathy Wise is development director for the Pennsylvania Prison Society, a crimi-

nal-justice reform group in its 222th year, making it the oldest nonprofit in the country. She handles fundraising, special events, organizational development, and marketing. She was married last year to Craig Stock, head of corporate communi- cations and marketing for the Vanguard Group. She keeps in touch with Julie

Hoyt Davis of Wellesley, MA, Leslie Thur -

mond of Wayland, MA, Judy Culotta Wright of Nashville, TN, Sarah Lynch Disney of Peru, NY, and Holly DeWitt Haley of South Hadley, MA. Muffy King Fox and husband Andy live in Riverside, CT, with sons, Peter, 19, Carter, 17, and Jack, 16. (Muffy says be - cause the kids are so close in age, they go through phases all at once.) When asked what she does as a senior editor for Green - wich magazine, she replies, “Anything fluffy is written by Muffy”—i.e., for news about debutantes, weddings, and benefits, she’s your girl. She stays in touch with Sheila Killeen of Worcester, MA, Susan

Winship Koenig ’80 of Lincoln, MA, Lin - da Perani Waterbury ’80, Nancy Kirk - patrick Yale ’80, of Columbia, CT, Anne

Eckardt Demas of Hanover, NH, Wendy McAllister of Dedham, MA, and Liz Fla - vin Dailey of Fairfield, CT. Cindy Connolly Auth and husband Da - vid live in Greenwich, CT. Daughter Me - lissa is a senior at Emory University. Cin dy plays lots of tennis and started taking bridge lessons. She is in touch with Linda Smart; they both still miss suitemate Tracy Larson, who passed away in 1985. Cindy says she is not one for reunions. Sarah Koether Patterson has been busy selling transport equipment and other tel - ecom-related products in Montana, Wy - oming, Colorado, and the Dakotas, a ter - ritory that she loves. She stays in touch with geology friends Jennifer Warner Carter of Ballston Spa, NY, Alec Neville ’78 of Menlo Park, CA, Soozie Wilcock Segalas of Mt. Vernon, NJ, Anne Webber Finan of New Canaan, CT, and a few oth- ers. Other than that, she says, she is lost in the West! Violinist Janice Rizzo DeLaney lives in Bedford, NY, with husband Gerald and their three daughters. The eldest, Jennifer, completed her master’s and is teaching music, Joanna is a junior at Manhattan - ville College studying business and art, and Juliette is a high-school sophomore and terrific alto sax player and singer. A radio-show morning host, Gerald is up very, very early every morning. Wendy Barkin has fond memories of Reunion 2009. She visits with Lori Ge - don, who lives 15 minutes from Saratoga Page 1  |  Page 2  |  Page 3  |  Page 4  |  Page 5  |  Page 6  |  Page 7  |  Page 8  |  Page 9  |  Page 10  |  Page 11  |  Page 12  |  Page 13  |  Page 14  |  Page 15  |  Page 16  |  Page 17  |  Page 18  |  Page 19  |  Page 20  |  Page 21  |  Page 22  |  Page 23  |  Page 24  |  Page 25  |  Page 26  |  Page 27  |  Page 28  |  Page 29  |  Page 30  |  Page 31  |  Page 32  |  Page 33  |  Page 34  |  Page 35  |  Page 36  |  Page 37  |  Page 38  |  Page 39  |  Page 40  |  Page 41  |  Page 42  |  Page 43  |  Page 44  |  Page 45  |  Page 46  |  Page 47  |  Page 48  |  Page 49  |  Page 50  |  Page 51  |  Page 52  |  Page 53  |  Page 54  |  Page 55  |  Page 56  |  Page 57  |  Page 58  |  Page 59  |  Page 60  |  Page 61  |  Page 62  |  Page 63  |  Page 64
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