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Barbara Crossman Bell
Gail Dudack’s son James took two courses this summer at Skidmore’s precollege program, “The Human Organism and Fiction.” He is a senior at Fordham Prep. This past spring Gail and
partner Jack Hornberger started a company, Dudack Research Group, an institutional research and consulting firm for money managers (www.dudackresearchgroup.com). It will be a NASD-regulated firm by year’s end.
Wendy Clark Jennings resides in Grosse Pointe, MI, where she is a stationary director for a small local gift shop called Cavanaugh’s. She is active in four garden clubs, the Junior League of Detroit, and a Quester group. Life is full and busy.
Elizabeth Miller Grasty’s mother died last December after receiving hospice care at home. “I never anticipated the pain and grief I feel,” says Elizabeth, noting her mother’s “courage and constant encouragement to her family.”
Loralee Engelmann Strauss’s daughter Gretchen delivered Loralee’s third grandchild, Chloe, last February on Cape Cod, MA. Chloe joins Tyler, 4, and Toby, 2. Loralee and husband Gordon built a house in Charleston, SC.