what Queens has accomplished! What a remarkable school Queens is! Te best is yet to come.

Te class expresses sympathy to Phyllis M. Joyner on the death of her husband, Richard N. Joyner, who passed away on January 27.

Te class expresses sympathy to Martha Dyer White on the death of her mother, Sara Dyer, who passed away on March 15, 2019.

1975 Anne Russell is enjoying retirement. She is doing volunteer work in her church, as well as homebound and hospital ministry. Last summer, she was called back to her previous employer to do two projects, which she thoroughly enjoyed. She is also enjoying working the polls for the upcoming elections. She and husband, Tom, enjoy traveling. She loves spending time with her son and daughter-in-law, Tomas and Stacey, and being a grandmother to her grandson, Sam. A granddaughter is due in May. She tries to get to her condo in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, as often as possible.


Te class expresses sympathy to Liz Lee Crowe on the death of her mother, Alice Lee, who passed away on January 23.

Te class expresses sympathy to Nancy Davis on the death of her father, R.P. Stephen Davis, Sr., who passed away on October 28, 2019. He was also the husband of the late Lucy Whitehead Davis ’50.

Retirement is just as wonderful as the rumors say! Elizabeth Pearce is thoroughly enjoying having time to travel and visit with friends without having to check her cellphone constantly. Highlights have been dinners with Sally Stapleton and Moira Gomez Madonia and a 10- day Caribbean cruise with husband Richard. On the horizon was a July trip to North Carolina (including a reunion with Betsy Kiser Strauss ’75) and a June trip to Memphis for Chi Omega’s 125th anniversary.

Greenville Business Magazine has named Sharon Wilson, president of Wilson Associates, as one of the 50 Most Influential People in the

Anne Russell ’75 and her husband, Tom, relax and enjoy tea at LaAbilie’s Tea Room and Bistro in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, last fall.

region for 2019. Te publication announced its annual list of top influencers and held a cocktail reception in their honor on January 23. Wilson was recognized for her leadership role in impacting the Upstate’s real estate market, as well as her commitment to community service and Greenville, South Carolina’s growth.


Te class expresses sympathy to Richard Arcilesi on the death of his mother, Martha Sparks Arcilesi, who passed away on February 23.

Te class expresses sympathy to Moira Quinn Klein on the death of her mother, Emma R. Quinn ’80, who passed away on December 6, 2019.

1979 CC Caraleigh “Pixie” Colville Hensley and her husband, John, departed their homeport of Holden Beach, North Carolina, on their trawler Eleven Eleven in October for Green Turtle Cay, Abacos, Bahamas. Tey assisted with Hurricane Dorian clean up and other needs.


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