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Bedford, MA, resident Carolyn Bates saw Barbara Peritz Hitchcock and husband Jan over Easter.
Gail Greenleaf Hencken had a fifth grandchild, Hope, added to the family last summer. Gail doesn’t see retirement in her future. Despite feeling a little jealous of those who are not committed to a work schedule, she loves what she does. She is nonetheless “looking forward to having Medicare,” she says.
Marguerite Cushing’s book, I CAN Cope with Neuropathy, published by Demos Health, will be available in bookstores in December. Mims has had neuropathy since 1996 and started a support group in 1999. Getting tips and advice from people who have neuropathy and doing research has been rewarding for her.
Frances Srulowitz took a third trip to Peru in March and followed up with a sojourn to Turkey in April.
Sandy Berk Jacoby took a hiatus from a demanding work and tutoring schedule in February to spend a delightful 10 days with her 93-year-old mom on a cruise to the Caribbean, followed by a three-week trip to India with husband Richard. “Two very different travel experiences, equally wonderful!” she says.