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Janice Greenberg Ellinwood’s youngest daughter, Samantha, graduated from Carnegie Mellon University last spring and works for Proctor and Gamble. Middle child Lindsey is pursuing a master’s in tourism at George Washington University while doing events for an agency in D.C. The oldest, Amy, returned to the D.C. area after completing a master’s in international education at Stanford University. Janice is thrilled to have them all moving closer to home.
In Colorado, Cathy Moore Pomeroy recently finished a four-year term on the Cherry Hills Village City Council. With all three children in college next year, she and her husband are preparing to join the ranks of empty-nesters. Cathy also teaches reading in a treatment facility for individuals with severe emotional issues.
Frann Addison’s son Josh ’09 plays tuba in the Skidmore orchestra. He recently had a solo playing “Tubby the Tuba” in a theatrical piece narrated by Larry Opitz, head of the theater department. Zachary, a high-school junior, edits his school newspaper. He will be attending Skidmore’s Junior Admissions Workshop in January.
A teacher for more than 30 years, Patricia Bianco Willette is a reading specialist and trainer for the Wilson Language System, a program designed for individuals who have difficulties with written language. She spent several weeks in Scotland visiting Bobby White Peper and stays in touch with Jeffy Fagal Benedict and Mallory Haines Armstrong ’76.