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Bonnie Allen Shertenlieb
Molly Brister Haley and husband Ed Freitag spend much of their free time racing their Beneteau 40.7 sailboat between travels to Africa and holidays in the Turks and Caicos. Molly also does a bit of consulting for women in arts-related businesses. She and Ed became grandparents for the first time in July when daughter Maggie Haley-Glidden ’93 delivered Finian. Molly is on the national advisory council of Skidmore’s Tang Museum. In October Maggie returned to her job in the marketing department at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem. Son Keith is finishing a second year of clerking for a land-court judge in Boston after graduating second in his law-school class. Daughter Melissa, an archivist and writer in NYC, received the coveted New York Foundation for the Arts 2005 Prize. She was also awarded a fellowship in nonfiction literature. Melissa spent a month as an artist in residence at the Edna St. Vincent Millay Colony for the Arts and has just had her latest nonfiction essay published in the literary journal Post Road. In November she was a panelist at the Great Writers symposium at Barnard.
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