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Dorothy Kanrich Sandford
At Reunion Niki Holbrook Sabbath enjoyed reconnecting with people she knew 40 years ago and making new connections. The discussion panel
on personal and professional transitions was a true highlight. Niki was impressed with how everyone has dealt with life’s changes and challenges.
Debby Mayer happily reconnected at Reunion with Debbie Davis Cromwell, who works at Dartmouth Medical Center, social work professor Meryl Nadel, and C. J. Kimberly, a real-estate broker in Kailua Kona, HI.
Andrea Fenton Campbell is still teaching in the humanities department at SUNY-Delhi; husband Bill is the election commissioner of Delaware County, NY. Their children are all very busy with various pursuits. Andrea has an adorable grandson who lives in Florida.
Stephanie Kline Jager retired in March from her position as head of children’s services at the Harborfields Public Library in Greenlawn, NY. Her husband is also retired, and the couple was anticipating a move to Viera, FL, this fall.
Naples, FL, resident Susan Chern Lomastro hoped to reunite with her nursing classmates at Reunion, but circumstances intervened: Her husband, Joe, suffered a stroke in May, and travel plans were put on hold. Happily, Joe made a full recovery and is in great shape. Susan looks forward to our 45th!
In June Molly Meyer was honored at the Yale Golf Classic. Longtime assistant clinical professor of nursing and nurse practitioner at University Health Services at Yale, she was feted for her support of the golf program there.
Connie Weidmann Meslink has been a headhunter at the same firm for the past 20 years. She and Mike celebrated their 40th anniversary this summer. Although retirement sounds appealing, they still have two kids in college.
Unfortunately, I could not be at Reunion this year. My husband, Scott, passed away suddenly in April. I thank so many of you for your thoughts and concerns. If anyone is passing through NYC, I’d love to hear from you.