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Patricia Bryant Koedding
Joan Towne Greiner sold her South Carolina home and spent the winter in Middlebury, VT—quite a shock after 16 years in the South.
Janet Ainsworth MacDonald is coping with the death of husband Si. Active in her community, she has the loving support of many thoughtful friends. She was looking forward to a trip to France in June that included a barge cruise.
Nancy Kunhardt Adams sold her condo in Sarasota, FL, and spent the summer at her Cape Cod residence. This fall she will move to a house that’s being built in Sun Lakes, AZ, where she will help her son with his research on autism.
Betsy Morison Allen survived another Vermont winter, shoveling snow and negotiating the icy road to her car. She is running the local food store and volunteers at the Vermont Historical Society. Her recent travels include a visit with son Rob and his wife in NYC and another with son Charles and three grandchildren in Rye, NH. Betsy was also slated to return to Saratoga Springs in June in her role as church delegate to the Troy Methodist Conference.
Anne Schaaff Wadhams and husband Charlie enjoyed a Florida mini-reunion this past spring with Joan Kreuser Noone and husband Roger, Marylyn Taylor Mooney and husband Ed, and Joyce Griffin Lovell and husband Chuck.
Barbara Elston Lowell spotted Mimi Hartford Shephard in a grocery store in Canton, CT, and had “a great talk about old times.”
Ann Hammel Kahl has won the Senior Women’s Grand Prix in road racing, after placing first in the 70-and-over age group for all seven races. She says her times placed her faster than most of the 60-year-olds. She’s also having a great time addressing wedding invitations in calligraphy.
Carl DeSantis and wife Barbara Ettinger DeSantis ’75 live in Vero Beach, FL, from October through April and spend the rest of the year at their home in Bolton Landing, NY. Carl would like to hear from any classmates in the area at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Murray Bartlett Douglas retired from Brunschwig & Fils after 49 years in their employ. Her book, Brunschwig & Fils Up Close, was published this spring. She is now free to spend time gardening, redecorating, and reminiscing about her life in the business. She and her husband will keep their NYC apartment and an upstate schoolhouse.
It was reported in a prior issue of Scope that Charlotte Heavens Bruin’s Florida home had suffered storm damage in last summer’s hurricanes; happily, that was not the case.