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Class Participation 53% Legacy Society 15 / FOP Donors 7


Artist Lenore Levitt Malen lives and works in NYC. Her most recent video installation, I Am The Animal, inspired by her experience as a beekeeper, is being screened regionally and is slated for the Mediations Biennale in Poznan, Poland. The project was funded by Guggenheim and New York Foundation for the Arts awards. Lenore is curating a show of recent video art to be held at Lesley Heller Gallery in NYC in February. She’d love to hear from other alumni. For more, visit lenoremalen.com.


After years in the Northeast, Georgia Berkowitz Heller and Denis Duran moved to Scottsdale, AZ, where they renovated an older home and are enjoying life in the area. She would love to hear from class- mates in Arizona. Sandy Berk Jacoby was sorry to miss Reunion, but was throwing an engage- ment party that weekend for her middle son, Jonathan. Happily, some of her Skidmore buddies were on hand to cele- brate with. She says her life is busy with family, work, and travel, and rich with long-lasting friendships. Son Scott ’93 is a music producer who returns to campus every year to conduct a master class and workshop for students interested in music careers. He employs interns from Skid - more every summer, and his assistant is Alex Bilowitz ’07. Sandy intends to come to our 50th reunion in 2016. Ann Ramsay-Jenkins is cofounder of


the College Success Foundation, which celebrated its 10th anniversary of provid- ing college scholarships and mentoring to underserved, low-income high-schoolers in Washington State and Washington, DC. It has helped more than 2,000 stu- dents obtain baccalaureate degrees. CSF also manages AmeriCorps College and Career Coach, which recruits volunteers to help middle-schoolers prepare or col- lege and get involved in community serv- ice. Ann also chairs the scholarship com- mittee for the University of Washington’s School of Medicine and serves on the board of the Seattle Repertory Theatre Foundation. ANN C. LODOLCE LODOLCE & ASSOCIATES 1350 BELMONT STREET, SUITE 104


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Our 45th reunion, May 31 to June 3, is just around the corner. I hope many of you will make the trip to Saratoga. In July Judy Harris Soper, Sally Huling Hilder - brand, Mary Whitaker Taber, Sarah Schroeder Kea ney, Chris Wilsey Good win, Meg Nichols Carroth ers, Laura Lee Linder, and Susan Gott lieb Beck er man met on campus to help plan this exciting week- end. Judy reports


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that the group had dinner with our term professor Paty Rubio, attended a concert at the Sara toga Performing Arts Center, and met at the racetrack. She adds, “It was a wonderful few days that offered a glimpse at what a great time we’ll have at Reunion!”


Margo Sweet (margosweet@comcast.net) works in the development office at Bran - deis University, where one of her duties is compiling class notes for the alumni mag- azine! When not working, she is busy fix- ing up her Waltham, MA, condo. She would love to hear from classmates. Victoria Ansbacher Hosford retired


from her school-nurse and teaching job, only to be hired as a part-time instructor in community health nursing at the Uni - versity of Rhode Island. She says her nurs- ing career has come full circle; she taught in the same URI program 41 years ago. “I am so pleased to share my knowledge with a promising new group of nursing students!” she notes. She and husband Mark took a two-week trip to Italy and Sicily. Last year Mark underwent surgery for melanoma, and Victoria had both hips replaced. She is running again, which she deems “quite a miracle.” Also, the cou- ple’s first grandchild spent 20 days in the hospital, but all is well now. Victoria looks forward to Reunion and hopes more nursing students will attend. She says, “It is fun to reconnect and also meet class- mates I didn’t know in college.” Pam Scharmann Stewart and husband Doug enjoyed Scottish Week at the John Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, NC, last year. Douglas did cooking, and Pam made a bible box. The couple’s summer included a family reunion in San Cle - mente, CA, and various road trips. Their home caught “just the edge” of Hurricane Irene’s rain and wind.


Class Participation 54% Legacy Society 17 / FOP Donors 12


Barbara Perina passed along the sad MAY 31–JUNE 3


news that our class lost a vibrant member in June: Judy MacDonald Alvey. Judy had been living in Hemet, CA, since her retirement from a teaching career in Sche - nectady, NY. We extend condolences to her children, Doug and Samantha. Bar - bara recalls that some of Judy’s favorite college memories were “sharing birthday cakes with the big pink roses that coated your mouth with love.” Barbara and her husband, Nick LaVecchia, are enjoying life in Morristown, NJ. In June I retired from teaching at the French American International School in San Francisco, CA. I’ve been taking some time to travel before looking for a part- time job. LORRAINE RORKE BADER 146 SHRADER STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94117-1017 415 386-2121 LORRAINE.BADER@GMAIL.COM


Nancy Cluck McIntyre’s daughter Kath - er ine entered medical school at the Uni - versity of California at San Diego. Nancy and her husband attended the parent ori- entation and were very pleased with the program. Nancy is making a steady recov- ery after suffering an aneurysm in 2010 that required three brain surgeries. Nancy Baroff Dinar and Richard re - cently returned from Morocco, where they visited daughter Sami and her hus- band, Dave, in the Peace Corps. The Dinars enjoyed experiencing the country as observers rather than tourists. They also spent time in Boulder, CO, at their second home, near their son, daughter-in- law, and two grandsons. Two granddaugh- ters live close to the Dinars’ home in Living ston, NJ, where Nancy has been editor of the community newspaper for 30 years. She stays in touch with Rana Arons Silver and husband Dave, who live in NYC. DOROTHY KANRICH SANDFORD 333 E. 53RD STREET, APT. 7E NEW YORK, NY 10022 SSCOTT106@AOL.COM


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Barbie Herbert von der Groeben attended the wedding of Paula Tripp Lusardi’s daughter Abbie to Mi chael Fischer. Several Skidmore and Colgate mini-reunions occurred that weekend. Barbie went to Webster Lake in Massachusetts to visit Candy Gunion Guberman and husband


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