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Betty Jones Stern
Barbara Lord Richmond is sorry she didnt get to Reunion last year. She describes herself as ambulatory but doddery and says that the picture of Eastie and me representing the class at our 65th is heroic.
Ruth Atwood Pytlak echoes Barbaras sentiments about the picture and is proud that Eastie and I rejected the offer of a golf cart during the parade. Attie still walks three or four miles a day and drives short distances. A fall trip to Washington, DC, with her son and daughter-in-law gave her an opportunity to visit the memorial to Women in Military Service for America as well as the Vietnam Veterans and WWII Memorials. Ruth served in the Army Nurses Corps.
The arrival of four great-grandchildren this past year brought Marjorie Mapes Boulwares total to six; the oldest is 4.
Betty Eastman Peyton flew to Colorado for Christmas with a son. She enjoys riding her bicycleif sometimes only to work off big meals!
Alleyne Williams Morison notes that most of her family is doing fine, although husband Art took a fall and broke his leg.
As many of you may know, longtime class secretary Betty Stern Jones passed away at home in January, surrounded by family and friends. Jonesys husband of 62 years, Al, died in November. Our thoughts are with her family.