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Mary Lou Sinon Sayer
Janice Hough Field has seven grandchildren. The three oldest now live and work in California;
the four younger boys (ages 10 to 16) attend school in Barr, RI. Janice also lives in Barr and loves it, except during very cold winters.
Jean Jackson Slack, who has two great-grandsons and one great-granddaughter, comments, “Time marches on.”
At 84, Glo May Sessions is leaving her home and 10 gardens to move into a condo to establish
a new studio in less space. She found a home for a big “brand” press and other equipment at the
New Britain Museum of American Art, which features a collection of her work.
Betty Smith Linke sold her “lovable” log cabin and moved to an in-town apartment in Rangeley, ME. She is doing well navigating with her walker. She continues to drive but does not venture
very far from town. She would love to share this beautiful area with classmates traveling north.
Miriam Lary Johnston lost her husband, John, in June of 2005. He was the brother of Nancy Johnston Walker.