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She says, “This has been my dream job and prepared me for my own children’s col lege experience. Katie, 19, is at Muhlen berg. Samantha, 16, Jonathan, 12, and Claire, 10, keep husband Ron and me busy!” Bryan Bernart reports, “Hung out with


Fred Cocca and some serious racers at Daytona for the 50th reunion of the Rolex 24-hour endurance race. We both ended up working 12 of the 24 as course workers. Fred and his boys are sick!” Linda Perani Waterbury raises money


for Save the Children in Greenwich, CT. Husband Jim travels a lot as GE Capital’s senior mergers and acquisitions lawyer. Older daughter Lindsay is returning to NYC from Seattle to look for a job in pub- lishing. Younger daughter Emily is start- ing at Penn State this fall. Linda notes, “This is the longest we’ve ever lived in the same house—almost eight years!” PERI SNYDERMAN P.O. BOX 122 CHESTER, NY 10918-0122 SPECIALCAT@MSN.COM


Family Practice in 1988 right out of resi- dency; it includes five physicians, three family physicians, and two pediatricians. Alan’s eldest son Max, 26, graduated from UConn Medical School and headed to North Shore-LIJ in Great Neck, NY, to be - gin his ER medicine residency. Daughter Carly, 23, graduated from UConn-Storrs with a business/communications degree and has been working for data and mar- keting firm Woodward and Brown in Fairfield, CT. She is living at home while saving a few dollars. Alan and wife Dani celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary in August. Lilian Fong Eng and husband Leo cele- brated their 25th anniversary in July. Son Jeff graduated from Cornell two years ago, Parker from UConn-Storrs last year, and Doug from University of Rochester this spring; Melissa is starting at Bucknell. Lilian has been a real estate broker for 25 years. KAREN BRADLEY MCELROY 8415 NE 122ND STREET KIRKLAND, WA 98034-6000 425-820-6145 BKCCAMAC@GMAIL.COM


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Alan Falkoff is a physician in Stam - ford, CT. He started High Ridge


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LILLY JARAY OSTROVE 2129 ANGUS DRIVE WALNUT CREEK, CA 94598-3305 DANJASRY@YAHOO. COM


Bear Plunge last February. ALUMNI AFFAIRS OFFICE SKIDMORE COLLEGE 815 N. BROADWAY SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866


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Collections museum in Glens Falls, NY. She previously did database and pledge processing at United Way of the Greater Capital Region. Before that, she had accu- mulated more than two decades of muse- um experience—at the Albany Institute of History and Art, Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens, Western Reserve Historical Soci ety, Hubbard Museum of the Ameri - can West, Winterthur Museum, and New York State Museum. She has an MA from Texas Tech and lives in Albany. CINDY PENDLETON 81 SMITH ROAD CHARLTON, MA 01507 CROPEN1985@GMAIL.COM


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Brad Zola enjoyed a round of golf in Tampa, FL. Robert wishes Brad well with his Energy Brain Manager venture and says, “Finally, a great move after running up oil prices.” CLIFF NELSON 111 PLEASANT RIDGE ROAD HARRISON, NY 10528-1226 CNELSON@NELSONLAWNY.COM


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ANGELA FOSS 371 HARVARD STREET, #3B CAMBRIDGE, MA 02138-4119 ARFOSS@EARTHLINK.NET


summer and has found it “brings back lots of memories of my own visits to col- leges so many years ago!” She has started selling her pottery on a regular basis and says, “It’s great to be creating.” Her Web site is lisawbwalker.com. Anne Faber Root was at Reunion “in spirit,” she says. She sends “love and laughter to the residents of Wilmarth Hall ’84–85, Tower’s 10th floor ’85–86, and Kimball ’86–87,” adding, “I think of those times more often than any other!” Reunion co-chair Laura Shippee Hart


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Lisa Bowers Walker started the college search with her son this


Herb Eidt reports that Robert Spellman, Mike Coffee ’87, and


Barbara Bertucio is registrar and collections manager at the Hyde


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In New Jersey Sallie Greisman took part in Sea Isle City’s Polar


reports that our 25th was fantastic. Among the highlights were the alumni art exhibit (including work by a number of our classmates) and the presentation of Skidmore’s Distinguished Achievement Award to Scott Hamilton Kennedy for his filmmaking. Scott was nominated for an Oscar for his documentary The Garden, and his newest, Fame High, was screened at the Tribeca Film Festival in NYC in April and the Silverdocs festival in Mary - land in June. More than 100 attended our class dinner, which was held in the Spa snack shop and included a visit from President and Mrs. Glotzbach. CHRISTINE CALLAHAN 686 CHARNWOOD DRIVE WYCKOFF, NJ 07481-1078 201-981-9515 CHRISTINECALLAHAN@ME.COM


friends, and Skidmore attendees, Rob Res - nick was promoted to full colonel last month at Fort Belvoir, VA. A longtime member


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of the Army JAG Corps, he has served as an environmental law attorney, defense counsel, and chief of criminal justice. He assumed his new duty as staff judge advo- cate at Fort Leonard Wood, MO, in July. Rabbi Elizabeth Hersh Kleinlehrer, chaplain for Jewish Family and Chil- dren’s Services in St. Louis, MO, writes a weekly blog about her elderly clients in assisted-living and nursing homes. Go to stljewishlight.com, click “opinion,” and choose “blogs.” Betsy also runs marathons around the country. In Cleveland, OH, Sheena Dee Pauley,


VP and relationship manager for PNC Bank Wealth Management, recently received the certified financial planner designation. I encourage all classmates to join our


class Facebook page at https://www. facebook.com/groups/49389522752/. BETH SKUDDER 16 JACKSON PLACE DARIEN, CT 06820-2712 BSKUD13@OPTONLINE.NET


and Jonathan Wolfman met for a mini- reunion in Atlantic City to share old times, catch up, and laugh. Jonathan Wolfman lives in Vermont.


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He and Emily Wiadro Wolfman ’90 got divorced after 20 years. He says, “We


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