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Class Participation 25% Legacy Society 0 / FOP Donors 1


Pat Laffin sent the sad news that her friend Prindle Hodges Wissler-Mullin passed away in August at the age of 99. “She died peacefully of natural causes with only the usual aches and pains that come with a long life,” wrote Pat. Prindle had been teaching art classes just a week earlier. She is remembered as a talented artist and a delightful spirit who, along with Marge Yetter Walls (who died in 2009), proudly led the Parade of Classes and danced until midnight during Re - union 2003. ALUMNI AFFAIRS OFFICE SKIDMORE COLLEGE 815 N. BROADWAY SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866


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A NOTE ABOUT CLASS NOTES


If your class is not listed, please send your class notes to the Alumni Affairs Office, Skidmore College, 815 North Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866-1632.


Class notes are also posted on Skidmore’s public Web site: www.skidmore.edu/scope.


Class giving stats


Class Participation Percentage of classmates making a gift to Skidmore between 6/1/10 and 5/31/11. An important measure of alumni satisfaction.


Legacy Society Supporters who have made a commitment to Skidmore’s future through a bequest, gift annuity, or other planned gift.


FOP (Friends of the Presidents) Donors of $2,000 or more between 6/1/10 and 5/31/11. Leadership support crucial to Skidmore’s operating budget.


Full donor listings are at www.skidmore.edu/donorlist.


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Class Participation 60% Legacy Society 8 / FOP Donors 2


LUCY HERNADY ARNOTI 7425 DEMOCRACY BOULEVARD, APT. 10 BETHESDA, MD 20817-1207 301-469-0333


Class Participation 14% Legacy Society 5 / FOP Donors 0


ELIZABETH NORLANDER NEWELL 15 DEANE AVENUE HOLDEN, MA 01520 ECNEWELL@MSN.COM


Class Participation 30% Legacy Society 2 / FOP Donors 0


Elizabeth Owens Cantline at tended the Juil li ard School of Music in NYC after graduating from Skidmore and worked as a church organist for the next 25 years. She lives in a con tinuing-care center, where she plays piano and organ regu- larly and for special occasions. She even performs four-hand piano with another Juilli ard pianist. “Play ing keeps me busy and happy,” says Elizabeth. ALUMNI AFFAIRS OFFICE SKIDMORE COLLEGE 815 N. BROADWAY SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866


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Class Participation 41% Legacy Society 4 / FOP Donors 2


EDITH COSGROVE 134 CHURCH STREET SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866-2026 518-587-4460


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Class Participation 36% Legacy Society 6 / FOP Donors 2


CHARLOTTE STERN ROUBEY THE CEDARS 626 CEDAR CLUB CIRCLE CHAPEL HILL, NC 27517 SKIDDY40@COCHILL.NET


Class Participation 53% Legacy Society 8 / FOP Donors 1


Adele Bagg Durward still lives on Cape Cod with daughter Nance, two dogs, and two cats. She was sorry to miss the class’s 70th reunion but was unable to travel. She enjoys doing crossword puzzles daily and never misses watching Jeopardy on TV. Adele also likes painting, reading, and crafts but wishes she could still dive and swim like she could during her Skidmore days!


Peggy Jouard Gibson fondly recalls singing hymns at vespers and anthems in freshman college chorus. She also happily remembers sharing meals with classmates and faculty. Tomi Kuwayama-Tedesco attends meetings of the East Asian Art Council and the Folk Art Council of the Craft and Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles, CA. She enjoys walking with friends. ALUMNI AFFAIRS OFFICE SKIDMORE COLLEGE 815 N. BROADWAY SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866


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Class Participation 56% Legacy Society 13 / FOP Donors 3


Beverly Blickman Yunich visits twin sis- ter Gloria Blickman Horwitz in Roch - ester, NY, as often as possible and com- ments, “Al though we are up there in years, we keep busy with fam ily and friends.” ALUMNI AFFAIRS OFFICE


SKIDMORE COLLEGE 815 N. BROADWAY SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866


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Class Participation 56% Legacy Society 13 / FOP Donors 4


Jean Kleppinger Langeloh celebrated her 90th birthday at a surprise party arranged by daughter Gail and her husband at their home in Norwich, VT. Jean Hall and I were happy to attend! Jean Hall is having troubles with her


foot. She winters in Florida, where she shares a condo with her nephew.


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