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Sheila Paiewonsky Conde de Lugo lives part of the year in Falls Church, VA, where she volunteers at a Waldorf school, and part of it on St. Thomas, USVI, where she helps care for her 98-year-old dad. She has two grandsons in Chicago. Sheila stays in touch with Lois Maiman, who works at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD, and Elaine Rachlin ’62, an investment banker with HSBC. Sheila finds retirement delightful because she has more time for husband Ron, family, and friends.
Inez Starr lives in West Chester, PA, and is retired from teaching art for the William Penn School District. Currently working part-time, she offers classes and workshops in her home studio. Inez also teaches at the Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington, and exhibits and sells her work in the tri-state area (click here).
Marilyn Gottlieb Levy is founder and president of the Crescendo Group, a small public relations firm. She is pursuing a second master’s degree in fine arts and writing at Southampton College (of Long Island University). She and her husband, Frank, each have four sons, and between them they have seven grandchildren. Marilyn travels to Italy often with Frank, an engineer who sells machinery that recycles textile waste and used carpets. He was last year’s recipient of the World Energy Globe Award for the United States.
Mary-Ellen Fulton Efferen is sorry to have missed our 45th reunion and is looking forward to the 50th. The last five years have been personally and professionally memorable, she says. Son Tobey was married last summer to a woman he met in Chicago; they are both physicians. His sister Jennifer Lee Efferen ’97 and Judith Pettingell ’63 shared the joyous event. Mary-Ellen completed two years as interim chair of the graduate program in moderate disabilities at Fitchburg State College. She is now working in the planning and policy unit of the State Department of Education.
Linda Smith Thurston enjoys life in the Riverwood community in Port Charlotte, FL. Golf is a newly acquired sport that takes up a lot of her time. She plays in a tennis league and does some personal training. Summers are spent in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, visiting her children.
Dianne Colby Dean’s son, Bart, died in April after more than two years battling esophageal cancer. He leaves a wife and 6-year-old son. Dianne and her husband, Jim, were sad to have missed Reunion.