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Elizabeth Norlander Newell
Elinor Juch Norvig is happily living in a Pennsylvania retirement community with a daughter and son-in-law close by. Last summer she visited her son in Florida, where she attended a grandson’s wedding. A second son resides in Alaska and works at an exploratory oil-drilling site in the Arctic.
In a note from her husband, Robert, we learned that Gina Barker Holmberg has moved into the care facility of their retirement community. Last fall, she suffered a series of episodes that seriously diminished her mobility and ability to live independently. Bob spends several hours every day with her. We send our best wishes to both Gina and Bob.
Marguerite Berrian White has “finally joined the twenty-first century” and purchased a Web TV. Her grandson and his fiancé have a Web site describing their upcoming wedding, so Marguerite has added surfing the Internet to her other pastimes: reading, bridge, and volunteer activities with the Heritage Village Ambulance Association and a local nursing home. With two daughters and their two children living nearby, Marguerite has plenty of help when needed. She spoke recently with Edie Latcher Smith, who lives very comfortably at home with her daughter in Boxboro, MA.
The class will be saddened to learn of the death of Winnie Mittag Beasley on January 7. Winnie, always lovely and ever kind, was our May Queen and senior class president. Our sympathy goes out to her family.