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remain friends and committed parents to Chloe, 18, Phoebe, 16, and Joshua, 13.” ALUMNI AFFAIRS OFFICE SKIDMORE COLLEGE 815 N. BROADWAY SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866


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Midge Raymond’s book Everyday Writing was released in May. Midge


is also the award-winning author of For - getting English (2009). Visit her Web site for details. While he misses all the leisure time he


had at Skidmore, Todd Pantezzi made time to ride in the Shenandoah Mountain 100-mile bike race last September. He’ll be fundraising for cancer-related charities through bicycling events in the rest of 2012. When not working as the VP for health at ICF International, Todd is busy raising son Chase, 6, and daughter Ellie, 4, in the D.C. suburbs. Courtney Pulitzer married a French - man. They live in Paris, with her young son. Jonathan Rubinstein lives in Brooklyn Heights with daughter Sally, 3. He is the owner of Joe, a group of nine coffee bars based in New York City. His book Joe: The Coffee Book was published by Globe Pequot in June. Beth Campano married Michael Ocampo in fall 2010. Karen Baum - gartner was among those enjoying the wedding festivities. The newly- weds honeymooned in the Carib - bean, touring the Sian Ka’an Reserve and the early Mayan cities of Coba, Chichen Itza, and Tulum. Beth’s company, Great Lakes Art Conserva - tion Ltd., celebrated its first decade caring for paintings, murals, prints, drawings, and painted objects. Barbara Reynolds Kaylor and hus-


band Charlie own RE/MAX Com - muni ties in Simsbury, CT. They have two children, Mandy, 9, and Sutton, 7. Barbara is thrilled to be recon- necting with many Skidmore friends on Facebook. She hopes to get back to Saratoga Springs soon. Letting the ball drop for the last


few issues for Scope was due partly to transitions, including two moves in the last year. My daughters Maya, 9,


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and Althea, 3, and I now live happily in Portland, ME. I’m still managing grant - win ners.net, writing grants for nonprofits. I’ve also ventured out into the world of making art and have recently shown my paintings at local coffee shops and non- profits. You can see samples at serenebabe. net/art. HEATHER SANTMIRE DENKMIRE 71 READ STREET, APT. 4 PORTLAND, ME 04103-3481 HEATHER@GRANTWINNERS.NET


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director of special edu- cation and student ser - vices for the Darien, CT, public schools. With a PhD in educational psychology from UConn, she completed a postdoc fellow- ship at Natchaug Hospital in Mansfield.


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She was previously director of student support services in Bloomfield public schools, where she created programs for students with autism, hearing impair- ments, and significant behavioral issues to provide an inclusive education with nondisabled students. Deirdre comments, “I love working with kids. My assistant basketball coach in college was a school psychologist, and he allowed me to shad- ow him. I was sold at that moment.” She adds, “I was fortunate in my schooling career and I just want to give back to stu- dents who maybe are struggling.” JENNY HERDMAN LANDO 45-05 30TH AVENUE ASTORIA, NY 11103-1261 SKIDMORE93@AOL.COM


Chicago’s Museum of Science and Indus - try, made two trips to Japan last year and spent two weeks in Singapore at a confer- ence this spring, followed by “a couple blissful days on a tiny island in the South China Sea.” Says John, “The Asian influ- ence must have stuck, because in addition to the Hello Kitty stickers that adorn the back of my cell phone (yikes!), my partner Denise and I built an Asian rock gar- den on the side of our house over Memorial Day weekend.” John en - joys counseling Skidmore students on career opportunities in Chicago, and was excited to watch those stu- dents graduate in May. He is proud to have been reappointed chair of admissions on Skidmore’s alumni board for another three years. He says, “Getting to spend time on cam- pus in service to the College is really fun and rejuvenating.” Ray Bryan, a racing fan since work-


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ing on the Saratoga movie set for Billy Bathgate in 1991, had a real-life thrill earlier this year. As a co-owner of top-level thoroughbred Dullahan, Bryan watched his horse charge to a close third-place finish in the Ken - tucky Derby. As Bryan told the Sche - nectady (NY) Gazette, “Dullahan did everything you’d want him to. He gave it his all.” Lindsey Hammond Schmid and husband Andreas welcomed daughter Willa on December 16, and the fami- ly just purchased a new home in Lenox, MA. Maureen Hayes received a PhD in social work from Fordham Univer - sity, and is now a senior research associate at the National Center on


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