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Connie Miller Bull’s daughter Shelby is now officially a teenager at 13. They live in Polson, MT, where they are building a new home on the lake. Their home is quite a zoo, complete with a Yorkie, three cats, and a Weimaraner.
Joan Berger enjoyed visiting her daughter Sara Geiger ’11 at Skidmore during Celebration Weekend last year. She noted that the campus is more mature and beautiful every time she sees it! Joan is so fond of Skidmore that she is always finding new ways to get involved. In addition to being an alumni admissions contact, she’s also joined the Parents Council.
Eileen Argulewicz Berilla’s daughter Elizabeth graduated with honors from Bryn Mawr last May. She is an admissions counselor for the Williams College Maritime Studies program in Mystic, CT.
Kathryn Vought Reinhardt transferred from Planned Parenthood’s Northern Adirondack office to the Mohawk-Hudson one, where she is a grants officer. She now splits her time between an office in Schenectady, NY, and working from home (135 miles away). In 2007 PPMH celebrated the grand opening of the new A. C. Riley Planned Parenthood health center in Saratoga Springs, attended by classmate and friend Helen Edelman.
Rosemeryl Sanders Harple’s youngest son, Chad, graduated from Yale in 2006 and is applying to law school. Rosemeryl has two beautiful grandchildren. She recently connected with good friends Jenny Smith Linck ’73 (who graduated from Colgate) and Peggy Sager Tobin ‘73, who lives in Asheville, NC. An RN, Rosemeryl is a certified case manager with APS Healthcare and a health coach for Medicaid recipients with chronic diseases or conditions.