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Emily Jansen Kane
Cappy Pregnall Payne and husband Doug spend a lot of time traveling, exercising, and playing golf. Near the Outer
Banks they visited Babe Clark Dannert and husband Harry, whom they had not seen in 40 years; the Paynes enjoyed the
get-together on their way to Dallas, TX, during the holidays. They visited daughter Kerri and family in Alva, OK, for Christmas and then spent three months in Bradenton, FL, before heading back home to Rochester, NY. Cappy would love to hear from classmates by e-mail (email@example.com) and encourages visitors. She is in touch with Jodie Mislick Gebhard. Cappy and Doug hope to see everyone at Reunion.
“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow mindedness.” I received this bit of Mark Twain via Lynn Garrett Meyer and a picture of what ’62ers seem to be up to.
Joyce Harder Nielsen has hit the road by selling off her condo, furniture, and toys and purchasing a motorcoach. Starting in Arizona she is heading north to the Yukon by summer, with a detour in Illinois to welcome her great-grandchild.
Vic and Nancy Smith Bushnell headed south to Sarasota, FL, and then took a cruise through the Panama Canal.
Mollie Klee Heron spent the holidays in Austin, TX, with her son and his bilingual 3-year-old.
Janet Tobie Robbins, now living in Albuquerque, NM, bicycled year round for the first time in
her life. She spent two weeks at Hippocrates Health Institute in West Palm Beach, FL, which helped her transition from eating refined foods to primarily raw foods for their nutritional value.
For the first time in 43 years, Laura Engel Triebold left the farm during May 2006. She had a working holiday with daughter Karla, whose Connecticut home had a devastating fire.
Roberta Brandes Gratz is completing her third book on urban development issues and serves on
the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission. The founder of the Center for the Living City at Purchase College, she was inspired by the work of the late Jane Jacobs. She now has five grandchildren, the youngest of which is named after her late husband, Donald.