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might be the future site of her 9-year-old son’s first college tour! Elysa Dauerman left her big straw hat


at the beach volleyball party during Reunion. She figures some classmate is enjoying it. She enjoyed seeing everyone and she can’t wait until 2018. Elysa, who was appointed an officer on the NYSSCPA Board of Directors in June 2013, encour- ages the accountants among us to stay current with professional education. “You never know what opportunities will open up for you.” Beth Skudder stopped working in June


to spend the summer with her kids (ages 10, 8, and 5). They enjoyed a great vaca- tion to Cape Cod and trips to Ithaca, N.Y., Niagara Falls, Canada, and New Hamp - shire’s White Mountains. Back at home, they loved feeding the chickens and goats at a local nature center. Beth also spent a lot of time preparing her Darien, Conn., house for sale. Happily, it sold quickly (her realtor was Sue Hubbard Okie ’69) and the family moved to Madison. Beth is still deciding what she wants to do when she grows up, and exploring lots of pro- fessional options. Stephen Malasky and wife Robin Karofsky ’89 introduced children Han - nah, 16, and Max, 13, to Skidmore and Saratoga this past July. They spent three great days hanging out at the Saratoga Race Course and touring Skidmore’s cam- pus. Stephen says that Sussman Village (aka the new Scribner Village) is awesome! “Skidmore and Saratoga are still the best combination of a college and a city out there.” Margie Ostrove is enjoying life in New Rochelle, N.Y., with her son Joey. Over the summer, they enjoyed a great visit with Andy Stavisky and his girls. Triathlete Steve Thibodeau recently completed another Olympic distance race in Westchester, N.Y. He and his team of over 30 people raised funds for Leave Out Violence, a program that Steve and wife Linda run in NYC public schools. He also achieved a personal best in time. The cou- ple lives in South Orange, N.J., with chil- dren Ella and Truman. It was nice to open the September 20 edition of the New York Times Magazine and read an interview with Joseph Taco - pina, a high-profile criminal lawyer whose celebrity client list now includes the New York Yankees’ Alex Rodriguez. VICTORIA G. KING 155 SAGAMORE ROAD MILLBURN, NJ 07041-2147 VKING1@COMCAST.NET


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nine-day summer vacation, visiting Rhode Island, Cape Cod, Mass., and Maine, enjoying the refreshing change from the Florida heat and a stop in her home town along the way. Donna’s daughter is a high school senior and her son is in eighth grade. Donna, who is a manager of busi- ness analytics at Century Link Business Solutions, volunteers with the Boy Scouts and a high school dance team. She says she is “busy and blessed.” Robert Coan, his wife, Alison, and their children, Isabel, 12, and Dylan, 8, visited with Robert Zola, his wife, Noelle, and their three children Annalise, 12, Lauren, 9, and Carolyn, 9, in August 2013 at the Sagamore Resort in Lake George, N.Y. Everyone had fun tubing and boating on the lake. Rob Coan also ran into Dan Desmarais on South Beach in Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., over the summer. Karen Soltys Quinn saw Jeanne-Marie


Perry Hudson several times this past summer. En route to Massachusetts in June, Karen and daughter Caroline stayed with the Hudsons at their Southbury, Conn., home. Jeanne-Marie made a won- derful breakfast featuring her famous “Ba- Nantucket Chocolate-Ship” muffins! The stop is an annual tradition for Karen and Caroline, who attends a summer camp for girls with Type-1 diabetes each year. In August, the Hudson family traveled to Washington, D.C., to look at colleges for Jeanne-Marie’s oldest daughter, Hannah. They stayed with the Quinns at their Bethesda, Md., home. In late August the Quinns showed up at the Hudsons’ vaca- tion home in Delaware. The group biked, hit the beach, ate, and told stories, in - cluding tales from Saratoga glory days! They report the only thing missing was a visit with Leigh Entman Stulberger for a semi-annual girls’ weekend. Rebecca Metz married Christopher Fiore


on October 12, 2013, in NYC. Rebecca is a vice president for recruiting at Berglass & Associates, an executive search firm. Her husband is president of Henri Bendel, the NYC-based accessories, cosmetics, and gift-store chain. Judi Eickhoff Belling’s children, Blake 17, and Katie, 15, are “amazing” and hus- band Dan is “fantastic.” Judi stopped


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working as a teacher three years ago to be home with her family. Last year, the Bell - ings sold their Temecula, Calif., home and bought a 4.5-acre ranch outside town in wine country. They care for two adopted thoroughbred horses, raise chickens, and tend avocado, citrus, nut, and pomegran- ate trees. “Life is really great.” NYC resident Laura Kingsbury Rime teaches beginner adult ballet classes at Josie’s International School of Dance in Ossining, N.Y., and the Art of Motion stu- dio in Ridgewood, N.J., where she also per- forms. Teaching ballet is Laura’s longtime dream and she credits Elisabeth Carroll, an associate professor in Skid more’s Dance Department, for sparking her interest. Laura visited Mel Maloney, a therapist in private practice in Pittsburgh, Pa., in March 2013. Mel and her lovely family are doing well. Laura also stays in touch with Randi Sidman-Moore, who recently moved to Utah, Alix Hart, who continues to design and sell her unique jewelry, and Kim Davis Koeller, who lives in Seattle, Wash., with 2-year-old daughter Carys and works in the healthcare marketing field. We are all looking forward to getting together in Saratoga for Reunion! On behalf of the class, I extend my con- dolences to the family of Beth Feingold Tenenbaum, who died in 2012. We re- member her as a dedicated educator and longtime volunteer for the American Cancer Society and Camp Good Times in Maplewood, N.J. She will be sorely missed. I am enjoying another long winter ski season in Park City, Utah. My husband, George, and son, Jackson, 5, are both avid skiers. Our 3-year-old daughter, Alex, is also hitting the slopes. I am out there with them, because my husband says that after this year I might not be able to keep up with Jackson, who is starting to ski the “blacks”—yikes. Both kids attend Park City Day School. My husband turned 50 this past November and I threw him a huge surprise birthday bash with many friends making the trip to Utah to help us cele- brate. If anyone is planning a trip to Park City for a ski vacation, please look us up! BAYARD HEUSSLER KARCH 3361 BUCKBOARD DRIVE PARK CITY, UT 84098 BAYARDKARCH@YAHOO.COM


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