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Meg Sheedy Antonangeli lives in Maynard, MA. She works for Genentech as a clinical specialist in sales. Husband Jay works for the US Department of Homeland Security.
Married for 16 years, Monica Reiner Vered and husband Ofer live in Boca Raton, FL, with children Arielle, 14, and twins Oren and Gilad, 10. Monica sells sponsorships for Science Screen Report, a production company that makes science videos for schools nationwide. She enjoys playing tennis on weekends. She and Arielle spent a weekend in NYC and had a great visit with Mara Whitman Edrich and her family.
Marcy Hinand Cady is the new program director for the arts at the Irvine Foundation in San Francisco, CA. Formerly a senior consultant with TCC Group, she directed the Ford Foundation’s New Directions/New Donors for the Arts initiative, a $42.5 million program that supported 28 arts organizations nationwide. She also directed the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation’s Community Partners in Arts Access initiative in Philadelphia. Marcy, husband Steve, and sons Duncan, 4, and Jack, 2, moved to Marin County in September.
Shannon Slattery is teaching art at Newton North High School in Massachusetts, from which she and Marcy Cady graduated in 1982. Shannon lives in Newton with husband Jerome and their two sons, Owen and Finn.
Barbara Somerstein Fine lives in Belmont, MA, and teaches eighth-grade social studies in Framingham, MA. Husband Bill recently completed a teaching degree and launched a second career this fall. Their son Ben is 2.
Pete Richards works for AT&T in New Jersey. He lives in Long Valley with wife Suzanne and sons Adam, 9, William, 6, and Jack, 4. The family spends lots of time at the ice rink and the ball field. Pete still spends summers racing sailboats. He is in touch with fellow New Jersey resident Jim Friedland, the father of two boys and a girl. Looking forward to our 20th reunion, Pete says, “I’ll see everyone at DA’s next June.”
I received an e-mail from Herb Eidt three months into his six-month stay in Afghanistan, where he is one of two orthopedic surgeons at an Army hospital. The most advanced medical facility in the country, the hospital has been treating Afghan trauma patients as well as US military personnel. “We have had patients who are injured in the war, auto crashes, burns, falls, and industrial accidents. This has pushed us all into fields where we otherwise would not have ventured.” Herb has limited internet access, and “morale” phones for free 20-minute calls home to his wife, Denise, and their three children.
This summer I was in touch with Diane Bigotte Kendall, who lives in Weston, CT, with husband Jeff and daughters Alexandra and Lindsey, and Cindy Johnson Rogers, who lives in Rochester, NY, with husband Patrick and children Ashley and John. Both Diane and Cindy are looking forward to our reunion next June.
I spent a week in Rehobeth Beach, DE, with Jane Zoidis Quinn, who was vacationing with her family there in mid-July. We discussed lots of Reunion ideas. Jane will travel back east from her San Mateo, CA, home next June for our 20th. She hopes you will join her for a great weekend (June 1–4, 2006).
This fall I started my sixth season of coaching field hockey at the Bryn Mawr School in Baltimore. With my youngest, Jack, in preschool, I have some newfound time on my hands—although it is being quickly filled by the demands of a new puppy, who arrived this summer.
We offer condolences to the family of Barbara Yuter, who passed away in May