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Marcie Clausen Gray says of our reunion: “We had the best 50th ever, and the glow lingers on. Not only did we have the highest percentage of class giving, but we also had the highest percentage of class attendance, with 73 classmates present.”
For the past 25 years Connie Kellert Goldstein has been working on the Class of 1954 Memorial Garden. She has made many trips to Skidmore, and the resulting garden—situated in front of a stone wall with the sound of the fountain in Haupt Pond adding to its serenity—is beautiful. During Reunion, we had a lovely memorial service there for our departed classmates.
Olga Resta invites classmates to visit her when traveling in California; she lives in Carlsbad.
In January Mary Lou Ellis Sorenson and husband Jay welcomed a granddaughter, the first child of daughter Vivian. New Mexico residents, the Sorensons make sporadic visits to their children, both of whom live in NYC. Mary Lou continues working in real estate; Jay is retired.
nne Keffer died in July. Pat and Ginny Stolz attended Anne’s funeral. Pat writes that the three of them “met for dinner about once a month for the last few years. I had spoken to Anne the week before, and she sounded perky and very positive about the latest radiation treatment to shrink the tumor on her spine.”
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