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Pat Kennedy Snyderman is enjoying slower summer days on Peconic Bay on Long Island as an antidote to her frantic Manhattan business routine. Earlier this year Pat, Edythe Kopman Tomkinson, Ginny Stolz, and Joan Caldwell got together for dinner. Koppie is working part-time as a wine consultant in order to travel and see friends more frequently. She sometimes visits with fellow Long Island resident Mary Hamilton McLaughlin.
Margie Clausen Gray and husband Woody look a fall trip to France, which included a visit to the American Military Cemetery at Omaha Beach and a boat ride up the Seine River to Paris.
Jo Schmidt Madden continues as municipal CFO in Manasquan, NJ, between trips to Aruba— her “second home and favorite island.”
Lunch and golf brought Susan Kellogg Cook and Diane Webb Mackey together last winter in Stuart, FL, where Susan’s hurricane-damaged home is being restored.
Happy memories of our 50th reunion were noted by many of you, including Phyllis Rosenberg Kudan, who also enjoyed husband Harold Kudan’s 55th reunion at Glens Falls High School.
Joan Gray Kittredge was delighted to learn that the Reunion 2005 agenda included a special ceremony to dedicate “Skidmore School of Nursing: Pioneers in Science,” a permanent archival display of nursing memorabilia installed at the Dana Science Center on campus.
Cindy Lorenzen Wolff and husband Bob bought their own plane six years ago and have been flying on vacations ever since.
Barbara Hunt Burner caught up with her daughter, currently stationed in Naples, Italy, with the US Navy.
Barbara Gettens Morrissey cruised to Rome and Barcelona with her daughters.
Lydia Pardo McMinn and family reunited this spring in Taormina, Italy, with cousins who still run her grandparents’ antique shop there.
In March Ann Thobae Diggs visited Rome, where she had dinner with Rhoda Poetzl Billingsley and then continued on an ancestral search to Avigliano, where her mother grew up.
Lee Barron Bickelhaupt and Nancy Cooke Luce and spouses enjoyed camping and a visit to the Tiffany glass exhibit at the Morrison Museum in Winter Park, FL. This summer Lee is doing “some serious gardening” back home in Ohio.
Sallie Neuweiler Henrie admits she is still basking in the glow of our 50th reunion and the fact that we set the record for the highest class participation in Skidmore reunion history. Thank you, Sal, for leading us to such heights.
I received tributes to Jody Davenport from so many of you; indeed, our “Dr. Davenport” (whose death was noted in the winter Scope) was much loved and will be greatly missed.
Bruce and I are celebrating our 50th wedding anniversary.