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Lorraine Rorke Bader
In March Chris Wilsey Goodwin and Sy paid a visit to San Francisco, and we spent a pleasant afternoon together. Last year Chris retired from PricewaterhouseCoopers as a corporate tax accountant. She was volunteering through April, preparing tax returns for senior citizens through AARP at various locations in Manhattan. She finds the work interesting, rewarding, and much appreciated. The rest of her time she spends doing yoga, enjoying the many cultural offerings of NYC, and playing with her grandson. After our visit, Chris and Sy went to Los Angeles to visit family, including Chris’s son, Alex ’96. Chris also attended a ’67 gathering at a NYC restaurant with Mimi Barker, Carol Ciccone Gardner, Susan Gottlieb Beckerman, Liz Bernstein Fishman, Jil Curry, Fran Novack, Joan Oppenheimer Cohen, Joan Lensky Robert, and Leslie White Zivic, which was a lot of fun, she says.
Logan Parry Hottle and her husband move between Leadville, CO, and Annapolis, MD, skiing in the winter and sailing in the summer.
For several months this year Barbara Feuchter has been a volunteer tutor in the Cambridge, MA, public school system. She was recruited by Martha Drexler Osler—small world!
In March I attended an alumni event in San Francisco organized by Maxwell Granger Dale ’94, which included time for socializing and visits to three art galleries. I also ran into Marcia Haughton Nybakken, who is recently retired from a cooperative preschool where she worked for 14 years. Marcia is working as a bookkeeper and slowly winding down.