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han Odland has started a new events business. Her three children are all in col- lege in Washington State. Holly Leather Kelsey had a fun time at her new condo in St. Thomas, hosting Robin Maley. Holly hopes to begin to working with the humane society there. She has been a board member of the Ani - mal Rescue League of Boston for more than 19 years. INGEBORG HEGEMANN CLARK 26 KERRINGTON WAY STOW, MA 01775 IEHEGEMANN@GMAIL.COM and NANCY REEVES REARDON 420 SOUTH GREENWOOD PASADENA, CA 91107


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Susan Monohan-Crua is teaching music in Canajoharie, NY, schools and singing whenever she can. KATHRYN A. GREGORY 41 LAWRENCE STREET WAKEFIELD, MA 01880 781-224-3324 JBHKAG@VERIZON.NET


Elizabeth Hailer was named director of business development and client relations for KLR, a public accounting and business consulting firm based in New England. Among the firm’s specialties are tax plan- ning and compliance, personal financial and estate planning, execu- tive recruiting, forensic accounting, mergers and acquisitions, and busi- ness valuation. Elizabeth formerly served as VP of client development and marketing at Caturano and Co. and as national director of business development and marketing at De - loitte. She is on the Association of Corporate Growth’s Boston board of directors and chairs the ACG Wo - men’s Executive Forum. Barbara Haas Kisken returned to work after taking five years off to be at home with children Brian, 7, and Laura, 5. She is a special-ed teacher in Darien, CT. EMILY WALKER BRACCHITTA 50 RIDGEWOOD COURT HUNTINGTON, CT 06484 EBRACCHITTA@GMAIL.COM


Michele Herman’s oldest son went off to the Univer - sity of Chicago this past fall, leaving the rest of the household to “rejig- ger.” Michele was a finalist in a short-story contest run by the A


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Room of Her Own Foundation; she teaches fiction online at writerstudio.com. Karin Liljestrand Puff’s son Ben is a senior at SUNY-Albany, daughter Jenny is a freshman at Providence College, and Kristina is a junior at Kennedy Catholic in Somers. NY. The family built a new, bigger house in Ossining. Karin stays in touch with Annie Kuhn Levitan and Debbie Davis ’76, who are both happy and well. When Karin and husband Ken had dinner at the Café of Love in Mt. Kisco, they ran into owner Leslie Stein Lampert ’76. Karin highly recommends the place and its “fabulous” food. Leslie is the sister of Nancy Stein Zelenetz. Karin can be con- tacted on Facebook. Sue Billerbeck Whalen (dwsbwhalen1@ verizon.net) has been busy with freelance work, consulting for Clinique and other boutique cosmetic brands. She sees Elaine Pantages Conti, Jill Wemple Lampe, and Cindy Weeks Lawlor in NYC and spent a fun pre-Christmas weekend in Boston at Lesley Norman’s with Elaine, Betsie Lord Danforth, and Betsy Goodenough. Sue’s daughter Christina, 22, fresh from the communications design program at Syra - cuse University, moved to Saatchi & Saatchi from McCann Erickson, was pro-


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moted to art director, and is already out in Los Angeles shooting TV spots! Younger daughter Sydney completed a semester in London with the Tisch School at NYU. Sue was delighted to have her back, especially since she was almost stranded at Heath - row for Christmas. Sydney is majoring in film and television production. Husband Dan had a tremendously busy year at BNP/Paribas. The family’s house renova- tion in Rumson, NJ, is still ongoing, but the end is near. In the meantime, they live primarily in Chelsea, in NYC. Jessica Crocker and her family attended the winter Olympics in Vancouver, where husband Paul was an EMT at the Sliding Centre at Whistler Mountain. The sum- mer was filled with Amateur Athletic Union baseball for her 13-year-old son, boating around Beverly, MA, and an August trip to Rome. Son Ryan, 15, is at St. John’s Prep in Danvers. During ski sea- son, the family spent weekends at Loon Mountain in Lincoln, NH. After a three-year illness, Maura Con - nelly’s husband, Rob, is working his way back to the operating room and doing a mini-residency sports medicine fellowship at the Hughston Clinic in Columbus, GA. Thor, 24, is a graphic designer in Charles - ton, SC; eldest daughter Maren, 21, is graduating from Colo rado College; Callie, 17, no longer the “peanut,” is graduating from Beaufort Academy and received an acceptance letter to the College of Charleston. Maura is taking classes at the local university to expand her Photoshop knowl- edge. She finally donated her dark- room to the local high school. Lisa Ochs Arnold’s son Rome attends Andover. After a successful first term, he finished exams and came home on December 10, and they hopped on a plane to visit friends in Maui, HI. Lisa says she “boogie-boarded like a 12-year-old, and laughed my head off” each time she beached herself. They made it back to NYC in time to pick up the mail and head to Southampton just before the big snowstorm hit. After five days there with family, they went to Manchester, VT, to join a big group of friends. In January Wendy Barkin Lubet -


sky attended Skidmore’s Junior Ad - missions Workshop with son Nathan. Brigid Coakley Annis’s sons are 23 and 21; one is an actor and director, the other is a writer and musician. Brigid owns and operates a 10-horse lesson barn, specializing in riding


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