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Ruth Schleicher Kroon
Elizabeth Swartz Fisher is slowing down, but “aging like wine!”
Physician Doris Spector Rome lost longtime companion Leonard Grosman in November. Her
three grandchildren are doing well; Lauren is a college freshman, and David has reached driving age.
With five out of seven grandchildren in the best colleges in the US, Yvonne Salembier Horelik will be sending them any extra dollars she has in the next five years.
Joyce Nathan LeVine moved to Ojai, CA, to live with her daughter and grandson. She is enjoying the great “golden years.”
About 75 people attended Leona Kaplan Killgore’s 80th birthday bash hosted by her children.
“It was super!” she says.
Nettie Ruland West and husband Bob were in Turin, Italy, to attend the 14th Suzuki Method World Convention. They enjoyed fine Alitalia flights and a stimulating conference. Nettie continues to teach Suzuki-method violin and some piano at Dutchess Community College and in her studio.
She also plays in the Woodstock Chamber Orchestra. She is grateful for a gaggle of thriving grandkids (ages 2–25), her children, and a “great” husband.
Betty-Jo Roy Roche’s son, David, let me know that BJ passed away in April. She had been quite ill for about a month with recurring pneumonia and had been on oxygen for several years as a result of emphysema.
Do Dunkel Jerman called to report the death of Roy Clarke, widower of Stella Liphard Clarke and father of Sandra Clarke Linthicum ’72. Roy was a good friend to our class and will be missed.
The sympathy of the class is extended to both families.
Jane Wilson Morton wrote that husband Chuck passed away in July, in his own bed as he had wanted. His five children, Jane, and her son Paul were at his side. We send our heartfelt condolences to Jane and the entire family.
My daughter Libby died of cancer in Northampton, MA, in July. She was a very gallant and sweet human being; may she rest in peace.