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zoning, and environmental issues. Before this post, she was with Dartmouth’s Office of General Counsel for 10 years. Linda Jackson-Chalmers, assistant superintendent for human resources and community relations for the City School District of Albany, NY, says, “Nothing new is going on—I’m just enjoying life.” Lynn Faught enjoys her job as assistant


to the chair of Quinn Gillespie & Associ - ates, a political consulting firm in Wash - ing ton, DC. She celebrated her 60th birth- day with a wonderful week in Paris and a weekend stay at a friend’s farm in Bel - gium in August. On a sad note, she lost her beloved beagle, Bailey, after 14 years. Lynn, who is class historian for our 40th reunion, looks forward to seeing everyone in Saratoga in 2013! Doug Gray worked on the planning and renovation of the Universal Preservation Hall in Saratoga Springs. As a theater and feasibility consultant, he helps nonprofits with adaptive reuse of historic buildings. I have convinced him to join our 40th- reunion planning committee; I’m sure he will bring wonderful ideas to the table. Anne Blodget Holberton and husband Phil live in Wolfeboro, NH, but keep a small apartment in the Boston area while Phil continues to teach. Their youngest is a sophomore at Brown. Anne is delighted that soon all of their children will be in the Northeast again. She enjoyed seeing several of our classmates at the wedding of Cathy Offinger’s daughter last year. Anne adds, “I am pleased that class secre- tary Joanne Rubin has kept us well con- nected in anticipation of our 40th reunion in 2013 and its planning meeting to be held this July.” With sadness I report that Hilda Gray Sutavee passed away in June. She had a unique giggle and gentle spirit and was fun to be around. She will be fondly re - membered for feeding the squirrels who came to her dorm window, chanting for good parking spaces, and driving to din- ner while singing along with the radio, in particular the song “Hey There Lonely Girl.” We extend condolences to her hus- band, Jim. Betsy Blades Skinner (bladeskinner@ gmail.com), Cathy Offinger (coffinger@ whoi.edu) and several others offered to take the lead in planning an exciting 40th reunion, and they’re asking for help. If you are interested and/or would like to join the planning meeting (July 26–28 in Saratoga), please contact Betsy, Cath, or me. I strongly encourage your participa- tion in whatever way you can; it will be an enjoyable and productive time.


52 SCOPE WINTER 2012 My son Barry and I were highlighted in


the Toledo Humane Society’s newsletter for raising the most funds for its Bark in the Park for the past 10 consecutive years. I completed my term as president of the Lucas County Bar Association’s board of directors. I truly enjoyed the camaraderie that developed over my years of involve- ment; however, I won’t miss the work and responsibilities. Of course, I continue to attend meetings and other activities. I look forward to seeing classmates this summer for reunion planning in Saratoga. Remember, everyone can get involved simply by contacting classmates and urg- ing them to save the weekend of May 30 to June 2, 2013. JOANNE RUBIN 6743 MONARCH DRIVE SYLVANIA, OH 43560-3177 JRUBIN610@AOL.COM


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Steffenie Oliver Kirkpatrick’s daughter Fiona loves living in London. She landed a full-time job there after completing her master’s in cultural anthropology at the London School of Economics. Steffenie has made whirlwind trips “over the pond” to enjoy quality time with Fiona and notes that “daughters really do grow up to become friends!” She and husband Gerry spent several wonderful weeks last summer in Holland, Germany, and Swit - zer land, complete with a Rhine cruise full of “wonderful scenery, great food, and lots of relaxation.” As class president, fund chair, and Friends of the Presidents chair, she is grateful to all the classmates who help make her work easier. She has spent more time at her loom on ambi- tious projects, including unique clothing crafted from her own handwoven fabric. Arlene Goldberg Thrope visited me in San Francisco in August. We had a won- derful dinner and a great time catching up. Arlene enjoys playing piano and giv- ing lessons. She is also a volunteer docent at the Peabody Museum, mentor to a middle-school student, and an active member of the philanthropic Westport Women’s Club. She loves to visit her two sons in Boston; both are at Harvard, where Glenn is pursuing an MBA and Jonathan a JD. In Lake Zurich, IL, Mel Littleton Fox


is in her 20th year of teaching fourth- graders —an age she especially likes, as the students absorb what they’re learning like sponges. She also coaches golf and bowling at the high school and complet- ed a master’s in curriculum and instruc-


tion online. Daughter Amy and her hus- band live in Minneapolis with son Pres - ton, 2. Son Andy works for Walgreens in Deerfield and lives in Chicago, making it convenient for Mel to meet him for din- ner frequently. The whole family gets together at least every other month. Hus - band Dave, a Williams alum, works in the health-benefits field. He and Mel get out on the golf course at every opportunity. Nancy Garran runs the family business,


Cape Cod Sea Camps, which celebrated its 90th anniversary this past summer. It serves more than 1,500 children and em - ploys 250 staffers each year—including Nancy’s children Garran, 30, and Chris - tian, 26, who both met and married their wives at the camp. The business also oper- ates 17 Cape Cod Bay cottages and house- keeping units called Linger Longer by the Sea, and a Brewster, MA, bed and break- fast called the Sea Meadow Inn. Nancy and her husband, David Peterson, enjoy traveling and being with family in the off-season. Kate Sanford Garvey retired as a perina- tal-education coordinator in Rochester, NY, and is planning her next phase of life. Daughter Meghan ’11 is pursuing a mas- ter’s in social work at Washington Univer - sity, and daughter Christine is a fourth- year veterinary student at Cornell. Hus - band John is the newly appointed county administrator for Ontario County. During the summer Ellen Miller-Wolfe


got her annual “East Coast fix” by listen- ing to amazing music at Tanglewood in the Massachusetts Berkshires and visiting special places throughout New England with camera in tow. She uses the photos to inform her city planning and econom- ic development work back in Seattle. She enjoyed visiting with lifelong friends Kim McClain ’80 and Nan Rosen Statton. Ellen says, “Hello to friends and faculty across the miles and years!” REGINA N. CARBON 706 BOUNTY DRIVE, #603 FOSTER CITY, CA 94404 RCARBON14@GMAIL.COM


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NONI REILLY 114 CUSHING AVENUE BOSTON, MA 02125-2033 617-288-2104 NOREEN.REILLY@VERIZON.NET


Class Participation 37% Legacy Society 9 / FOP Donors 15


Barbara Wonson-Liukkonen retired after 30 years with the University of Minnesota,


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