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Elizabeth Mckinley Loomis
Start saving your pennies for our 40th! Our 35th reunion was wonderful and I’ve no doubt the next one will be even better. I spent so much time catching up with friends, both old and new, that my voice was exhausted. Thanks to class president Phyllis Fradkin Boynton for her great leadership these past five years, and we welcome Joyce Benedict Ricker who will lead us on to the 40th.
Trish Gibson Milligan has been a financial advisor to individual clients for 30 years. She is also a certified divorce planner. And last year she started an interior design firm, A Silk Lining Inc., serving residential clients. Trish took a one-week seminar, Furnishing the British Country Home, at Oxford University in England in July.
Watercolor paintings by Christine Neill were featured in New American Painting No. 51. A professor of fine art at Maryland Institute College of Art, she is on sabbatical this fall and plans to spend time with husband Lew Fitfield at their home in New Hampshire.
Victoria Prescott Brown has finally retired and looks forward to enjoying time with husband Ron at their homes in St. Petersburg, FL, and Mashpee, MA. “None of this would have been possible without the education I received from Skidmore,” she adds.
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