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Lynn Garrett Meyer
Molly Elsey Anderson’s husband, Pierce, continues practicing law while Molly works as a commercial printing account representative. The couple spends their leisure time sailing or just “fooling around with boats.” Daughter Karen is in her final year of law school; daughter Gretchen is a practicing attorney with a year-old son; Ellen, an MBA who works for Nike, and her husband are the parents of two children, ages 2 and 4. Molly feels “truly blessed.”
Janice Sachs Davis and husband Steve celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with a trip to Mexico, accompanied by their children and four grandchildren. Janice runs a travel consulting business from her home and has taken up golf. She welcomes e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After a 40-year career as a librarian, Diane Macht Solomon retired this year. She is now enjoying the pleasures of Florida, does water exercise daily, reads, and travels.
Brenda Baekey Mihan had a mini-reunion with Linda Blanquart Smith and Barbara Mann Bigham last fall in North Jersey. She also attended the Los Angeles wedding of Nancy Cutter Parker’s son Greg in January. He and his wife graduated from the Fuller Seminary and will work in the Pasadena area.
George and I also attended Greg’s wedding. Having the opportunity to see Nancy’s daughter, Joan, and her family was an added treat. Brenda Mihan looked great and was happy to report that, after a diagnosis of breast cancer in October 2002, she is doing well. She said she felt fortunate the cancer was detected early, and urges all women to have breast exams and mammograms. In April, George and I had a wonderful scuba trip to the tiny island of Saba in the Caribbean. We swam with small sharks, moray eels, and turtles through coral gardens with colorful sponges and schools of magnificent fish. We hiked to the top of an extinct volcano, and enjoyed a brief visit to the island of St. Martin on the way home.