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reunion class-history book: She became a signature member of the Alabama Watercolor Society. An article about Judy’s art techniques and photographs of her paintings appeared in the Mobile Bay Monthly in April.


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Elizabeth Cater Jones is founder and director of the College of Botanical Healing Arts (www.cobha.org) in Santa Cruz, Calif. The college offers a 440-hour program of study and a monthly work- shop in essential oils, herbs, and nutrition for preventive medicine. Elizabeth is con- ducting research on the effect of essential oils on MRSA, the antibiotic-resistant bac- teria, in conjunction with the University of California at Santa Cruz. Ann Underwood Meredith was delight- ed to attend our 50th reunion and espe- cially honored to take part in the ceremo- ny for departed classmates. “The Class of ’63 still holds its energy and creativity,” she notes. Ann visited her teenage grand- children in Pennsylvania and Texas, where a grandson feeds sharks and whales for a scientific study, and daughter at her Minnesota ranch. On horseback, Ann competes nationally in barrel racing. Over the summer, she went ocean-kayaking with a companion and fishing in Barbados “for the big ones.” She wel- comes connecting with classmates. DEBORAH FRANKEL REESE PO BOX 110 SOUTH STRAFFORD, VT 05070-0110 BYBYNJ@GMAIL.COM


Virginia Yans-McLaughlin missed Reunion in order to tend to her summer home on Martha’s Vineyard, where she runs into Skidmore alumni every summer. Stephanie Rose was awarded the 2014 Gottlieb Foundation Individual Support Grant in the arts, which recognizes mature artists who have demonstrated a lifetime commitment to their work. Abby Arnt Rueb regrets missing Reunion; she was unable to get time off from a new job. She says life on Orcas Island in Washington State is fine and hopes classmates will come visit. She is delighted that her son, 35, is engaged. Linda Hellmich-Brink and husband Clark had a wonderful winter season in


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Sarasota, Fla., where Marilyn Bugg Cooper and husband John are their neighbors. The Brinks spent the summer at their home in Sunapee, N.H., enjoying children and grandchildren. Ginny Long Murphy was sorry to miss Reunion. She and Brian celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 13; they got married the weekend after gradu- ation and settled in Rochester, N.Y., where Ginny taught elementary education and Brian studied medicine. They lived in Palo Alto, Calif., while Brian completed an internship at Stanford and moved to Bethesda Md., where Brian did research at the National Institutes of Health until 2010. She held a variety of jobs while being a stay-at-home mom to their two daughters, whom they love to visit: Erin, a lawyer in NYC, and Lynn, a graphic designer in San Francisco. They also travel several times a year to see and photo- graph birds and wildlife all over the world. MADDY SHANLEY KLIGORA 2350 STEEPLECHASE LANE ROSWELL, GA 30076-3914 MKLIGORA@COMCAST.NET


to see classmates at our 50th next year. Jane was listening to her son deliver his gradua- tion speech during our 25th. She and Mike live south of


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San Francisco and have a combined fami- ly of eight children and 15 grandchildren. Jane has two children in the Bay area, and two of Mike’s five kids live in Seattle. Two of his kids live in Chicago and Brooklyn, and they each have a son in Toledo, Ohio. Mike works for a company in which they are part owners; Pat babysits and is a consultant for the Carlisle cloth- ing line.


After five rewarding years as the director of the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers, Suzanne Delehanty moved back to Miami and reopened her consulting busi- ness, Suzanne Delehanty LLC. She com- bines her curatorial and museum experi- ence to provide strategic planning and art advisory services to help bring art, artists, and communities together. All of this, she says, was inspired by emeritus art history professor James Kettlewell! Karen Norvig Berry is coordinator of the Amnesty International chapter in Bethlehem, Pa. She is glad that this world- wide organization continues to do impor-


tant human-rights work around the world. She and her husband are involved with an effort to preserve the historic property of Archibald Johnston, an early- 20th-century president of Bethlehem Steel and mayor of Bethlehem known for his progressive ideas. Sarah Smith Munley and her husband welcomed their fourth grandchild, Zachary, last April. He joins grandson Flynn, 6, and granddaughters Finley and Corabelle, 4. The grandparents love seeing this crew at their summer lake house in northwest Connecticut and their home in San Antonio. Sarah is looking forward to our 50th next year.


I was saddened to learn that Rosanne


“Terri” Mullane Stevens passed away in 2013. The class extends condolences to her family. TOBY WEISBERG RUBENSTEIN 315 SHERINGHAM DRIVE HOCKESSIN, DE 19707-1928 302-559-7501 FAX: 941-531-5945 OWCPCLAIMSCONSULTING@GMAIL.COM


Betsey Wattenberg Selkowitz was in Hilton Head, S.C., celebrat- ing 70th birthdays this spring with Steffi Evans Alexander, Susan Berman Bell, Cookie Wolf Friedler, Joan Cottler, and Ellen Chapin Schwartz. They spent three days reminiscing about Skidmore and catching up with one another. They’ve been getting together annually for the last five years. Betsey is also in touch with Joan Paley Abramson, Dale Koslow Berger, and Sandy Berk Jacoby; they are all trying to attend our 50th reunion in 2016.


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Randi Reeve Filoon and husband Fred have three children and seven grandchil- dren all under the age of 9, who keep them very busy. After retiring, the couple moved to Ketchum, Idaho, along with a son and his family. Their other two chil- dren and their families reside in San Francisco, where Randi and Fred visit often. They still hike, cross-country ski, and fly fish and share a passion for gar- dening and the slower pace of life out west. They summer on Cape Cod, where they visit siblings and Randi’s 97-year-old mother.


Frances Srulowitz attended a California wedding in May, and then spent several days visiting Martha Nelson Fateman and her husband, Richard. In 2013 Frances spent a week touring Sicily. This summer she revisited the Galapagos Islands and the Ecuadorian Amazon. She recently spoke to Joyce Freedman-Apsel,


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