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playing bridge, recalls, “I can still see us now, in Peabody, rushing between classes to play and no one knowing how to keep score.”


Our condolences to Milt Grover, who lost his wife, Maggie Peelor Grover, on October 10.


I still enjoy playing bridge and driving. FLORANNA CHAYES LATHROP 3336 LAKE PARK CIRCLE ANCHORAGE, AK 99517 907-248-1947


Redmond, Wash., to be near her daughter. Ruth Benson Day plays bridge and attends church activities. Her grand- daughter is a senior at Marymount Manhattan College. Ruth would love to hear from classmates. Ginny Davis is in fair health. Despite failing eyesight, she manages to use her Kindle.


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Midge Kennedy Gillie and Bob are in good health and active. One of their sons is a doctor, the other an entertainer. Phoebe Fern Greenfield made one of her “best moves” back to Rockville, Md., to be near her family, including two great- granddaughters. Barbara Martin Rotureau is still “walk- ing and talking” in Pagosa Lakes, Colo. Dallas resident Mary Jane Leahy


Wilson has published her third travel book, The Busy Body in the Basque Country. She visits her kids in California, Georgia, and Washington, D.C. Mary Jane and friend Donna Amodt ’65 go to “every- thing French” in Dallas together. MARY LOU SINON SAYER 304 ALTON WOODS ROAD CONCORD, NH 03301 99SAYER@GMAIL.COM 603-228-4635


Peggy Gluck Wolf is in good health in Tucson, Ariz. She would welcome hearing from alumni in the area. In addition to calligraphy and bookbind- ing, Peggy builds special boxes to hold rare editions. She summers at Maine’s Rangeley Lakes, as she has done for the past 73 years. Martha Larkin Noonan lives in a con- tinuing-care facility in Lake Orion, Mich., as memory loss and reduced mobility require 24-hour help. But at 91, she is in excellent general health. She is visited often by her family, including daughter Lucy Noonan ’75. Virginia Gooch Puzak lives on her own in a condominium with the help of car-


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Dotty Baird Williamson moved to an assisted-living residence in


ing family members. She is in touch with other alumnae in the Minneapolis area. Barbara Graefennecker Eaton is well in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.


Priscilla Huntington Silliman lives on her own with the help of her son and two daughters, who all live nearby in the Windsor, Conn., area. She would like to get in touch with other alumnae. Alice “Kit” Mungall Parker enjoyed a family reunion this spring in Austin, Texas. There were 63 family members there, as four generations of Mungalls came from the east, west and center of the US. Kit and cousins Charlie and Helen represented the first generation; nine great-grandchildren comprise the fourth generation. Kit stays busy heading up a book club, which “is fun and a bit of stimulation for my brain.” She sends her best to classmates. Maxine Weingarten Donofrio missed Reunion to celebrate a great-grandson’s seventh birthday. She is still active in real estate near her home in Old Westbury, N.Y. Since the real estate market is very active in Long Island, Maxine is very busy!


Olive Clark Niven’s daughter, Jean Niven Lenk, wrote to inform me that her mother passed away in October 2012 of congestive heart failure. We extend con- dolences to Olive’s family. Barbara Douglas Macmillan is enjoy- ing her new home in a senior facility in Albany, N.Y. She mentioned that her sis- ter Priscilla Douglas Polkinghorn ’31 had passed away in August 2013 at age 104.


Susan Hitchcock Herrington’s daughter Lois reports that Susan passed away in October. The class sends condolences to Susan’s family.


Margaret Frankling Ransom’s husband, Donald, passed along the sad news that Margaret died on in January 2013. He said they both had fond memories of her time at Skidmore. The class sends condolences to Margaret’s family. DOROTHY ROMAN GUENTHER 248 PINES LAKE DRIVE EAST WAYNE, NJ 07470-5009 973-835-1869 SYNCHRODOTTIE@AOL.COM


Judith Wolfe Szerlip lives in a golf community in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., where she enjoys that pas- time and a lot of bridge. She has three children and two great-grandchildren she likes to visit.


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Barbara Mirsky Baker moved to Rye Brooke, N.Y., where she plays a lot of


bridge. She had a hip replacement last March that slowed her down a bit. She has two great-grand- sons, both toddlers. Barbara’s daughter lives in Ridgefield, Conn.; her son


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resides outside Boston. San Diego resident Carol Weyand


Yorston celebrated her 90th birthday at several parties accompanied by husband Barden. They take Pilates classes and eat healthy food. Carol serves on five boards in her area. She loves visiting their chil- dren and great-grands and had a great time getting together with roommate Pat Casey last year.


Sue Kadison Richman’s 90th birthday party was a fundraiser for animals in need at the Boston MSPCA; 70 of her friends attended, raising $4,200. Three grandchil- dren are college freshman this year at UVM, Columbia, and Yale. Sue lives in Newton Highlands, Mass. Sally Bogan Jenkins winters in Florida and spends the rest of the year in Illinois. She counts herself lucky to be driving. She recently had a wonderful talk with buddy Jan Sharpe Adkins. Isabel Sherwin Harris lives in a villa in a retirement community. At 92, she laments the loss of many friends. She enjoys spending time with her kids, though they live a great distance from her. She is in good physical health except for aches resulting from a fall. Jean Birnbaum Perlmutter lives in Pompton Plains, N.J. She had worked in medical research and participated in arts and craft shows. One of her sons teaches acting, the other is a retired Wall Street broker, and her daughter is a physical therapist. Keeping up with four grand- daughters and a grandson keep Jean busy. Her husband passed away last year. Viola Woodruff Opdahl also lost her husband, Robert, in 2012. She continues to live in a historic stone house in Hurley, N.Y. She enjoys gardening, writing, and volunteering for the library at the Hurley Heritage Society Museum. Viola misses close friends Jeanne Kimball Carrazzone and Marjorie Ploger Eger, who have passed away. Jean Garvin Slate celebrated her 90th birthday at a lovely dinner party attended by friends and family at a local restaurant in May. She still enjoys playing bridge and gardening. Ann “Herman” O’Brien Redmond has moved to Philadelphia to be near two of


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