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other month to supervise her care.) I vol- unteer mentoring kids, doing foreclosure counseling, reviewing films for a Twin Cities Jewish film festival, and participat- ing in activities at my synagogue. I belong to several book clubs and manage to exer- cise too. Life is good, and I am grateful.” For her 70th birthday Sue Wilkinson Hunter’s two daughters took her to Italy. They stayed in a beautiful old stone farm- house with gorgeous views of Tuscany and took day trips to Florence and Sienna. They came home via Rome, and Sue says it was “truly a wonderful trip.” Elsie Raymond Maddaus had “quite an experience” when she was involved in an auto accident in which her car was totaled. She is OK except for “minor hearing loss” in her left ear. Barbara Kezar Whitman wonders if any classmates are in the Hobe Sound, Jupiter, Jupiter Island area in Florida… or Stuart or Tequesta? Joan Rosenstein had 35 photographs from her Natural Kaleidoscope portfolio on exhibit at the Arts Club of Washington in April. The portfolio can be viewed on her Web site. Carol Little Weg and husband are now down to two residences, in Naples, FL, and Southwest Harbor, ME. She says, “Life is much easier since we gave up Prince - ton, NJ, although we miss it. Ken had a 70th birthday party for me in March (when our children and their families could be present). Nancy Harrison Nord was in Naples for the winter, and various Skidmore friends stop by, like Suzy Riley Gunderson and Carol Rice Lindsay. We love seeing old friends.” Kayla Abelove Feldman writes that she


is still reeling from her sister’s murder in December. She was “a wonderful person” and the mother of Timi ’02 and the aunt of Samantha Feldman Lagocki ’91. Janet Davidson Allan was planning to retire this summer after serving as dean of the University of Maryland School of Nurs - ing for 10 years. Our 50th reunion is only two years


away, so start planning now for a great get-together. MADDY SHANLEY KLIGORA 2350 STEEPLECHASE LANE ROSWELL, GA 30076-3914 MKLIGORA@COMCAST.NET


Italy and France, visiting large cities and tiny towns hoping to learn some Italian and French. Sarah Knight Erlij is retired but busy


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Martha Oakman Clinton and Bruce took an extended trip to


with gardens and volunteer work. Her husband of 48 years works at a medical school and does research at the Polytech - nic Institute in Mexico. They travel in Mexico and Europe and to California and Ohio to see children and grandchildren. Sandy Koch Prior has six grandchildren under the age of 4. Her youngest son is engaged, and her daughter and family from Sydney, Australia, recently visited. Sandy is very involved in her rose club and associated competitive exhibitions. She hears from Sue Steele Isbell and Mary Kerber Krugman. Carol Hochberg still practices law and


was very excited about her son’s wedding. Julie Sparks Parmegiani was elected president of the homeowners’ association at Marriott’s Ocean Pointe in Palm Beach Shores, FL. She also serves on Hyatt’s Co - conut Plantation in Bonita Springs. TOBY WEISBERG RUBENSTEIN 315 SHERINGHAM DRIVE HOCKESSIN, DE 19707-1928 302-559-7501 FAX: 302-239-5618 OWCPCLAIMSCONSULTING@GMAIL.COM


ization for Economic Cooper ation and Development (OECD). Her life in politics dates back to a summer internship with Sen. Robert F. Kennedy while a Skidmore student. She later worked with New York State Gov. Hugh Carey, the US Mission to the United Nations, New En gland Con - gres sional Caucus, US Depart ment of State, the World Bank and Inter na tional Monetary Fund, the Clinton White House. In 2009 she began work for OECD, a think tank for its 34 member nations, nationals wanting to be members, and NGOs, cor- porations, and trade unions around the world. Jill says, “I have met some extraor- dinary people in public life: mentors, pro- files in courage, who cared about the country and the world, who have done important things through politics and pol- icy, who cared about learning and history, who were not about the big bucks, and who saw a positive future. I’ve learned from them and been inspired by them.” Laura Henderson plans to retire in De - cember from her position as collections manager and registrar for the Miami University Art Museum in Oxford, OH. She started there 2001 and enjoyed the work immensely. In July she traveled to Watertown, NY, to attend her 50th high- school reunion. Daughter Amy ’90 lives in Austin, TX, and is the events and com- munications director for Congregation


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In D.C., Jill Schuker is head of the Washington Center of the Or gan -


Agudas Achim. Son Jeffrey is an attorney in Washington, DC. Husband Roy John - ston, former Skidmore art professor, is fin- ishing up a book on Irish artist Roderic O’Conor and continues to make art, dis- playing recently at the Weston Art Gallery in Cincinnati’s Aronoff Center for the Arts. Laura sees college roommate Mar - jorie Offinger Davidoff frequently, as she and husband Elliot live in Granville, OH. In fact, Elliot did cataract surgery on Laura’s eye in 2010, providing not only excellent medical care but also room and board for two nights at their beautiful home near his office. Susan Berne and husband Len do lots


of traveling, most recently to London for the Queen’s Jubilee (although no invite to the Palace!). In 2011 they enjoyed a laid-back vacation in Corsica and the south of France, after a quick trip to London for their goddaughter’s wedding. All summer in 2011 she was laid up by Lyme disease (having been bitten in the middle of NYC, not even in the park), but she re covered enough to be in Hanoi for New Year’s and further travel down the length of Vietnam. They visited sister Mary Berne Galbraith ’63 and husband John for their annual Memorial Day weekend house party. Roselle Kline Chartock, collage artist


and writer, enjoys bearing the title of pro- fessor emerita of education from the Mas - sachusetts College of Liberal Arts. After 45 years of teaching, she is now ensconced daily in her studio. She had two solo shows of her work this summer and is working on her fourth book, a 1945–75 history of the Windsor Mountain private school in the Berkshires. Son Jonas, who lives in New Orleans and is engaged, was recently awarded his doctorate from UT- Austin. Daughter Sarah, professor of polit- ical science at the College of New Jersey, recently had two articles published in scholarly journals. Roselle loves spending time in NYC with husband Alan. She re - ports that their folk group, the Berkshire Ramblers, cut their first CD, Live at the Linda.


In NYC Joan Agisim Odes’s husband, Stuart, had seven months of health issues, including brain surgery on a meningioma last October, followed by radiation. In Jan uary the couple went to a wedding in Dallas, TX, where they stayed two nights with Patty Weinstock Rose and then spent a week in Playa del Carmen. In March they took a monthlong Spanish and culture trip to Cuenca, Ecuador, during which Stuart fell and broke his hip—which was successfully treated in Ecuador. Later


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