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Dorothy Roman Guenther
Twenty-four alumnae from our class spent three days renewing old friendships and making new ones at Reunion. We agreed that five years was a long time to wait for another get-together. It was suggested that we return to Skidmore in October 2005 for Volunteer Weekend.
Genevieve Gerard Conroy met Ilse Senn Epprecht for lunch. The pair had great fun catching up on 60 years of news, and both regretted being unable to attend Reunion.
Priscilla Huntington Silliman’s husband died suddenly last November. She
Jane Clark Atkins lives at the Edgehill retirement home in Stamford, CT. Her husband, Lee, died three years ago.
Eliner Mayzel Tannenbaum and husband live in Seabrook Village, a continuing-care community in Tinton Falls, NJ.
Alice Mungall Porter is recuperating from a second hip replacement, which she says was easier than the original deal. Kit’s husband is mending from a broken elbow, so they “are not much help to one another. Such fun, the Golden Years!”
Ronnie Brandon’s grandson is in Florence, Italy, working as a tennis pro for the Cape Harwichport Tennis Association. Quips Ronnie, “Maybe he will become another Agassi!” Her grandson is also learning Italian and skiing in Austria and Switzerland.
Alice Parker passed along sad news that Lynn Vandeveer Woythaler’s husband, Bill, died in March. Our sympathy to Lynn.
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