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Ingeborg Hegemann Clark
Nancy Reeves Reardon
Lori-Nan Kaye left her law practice last year, moved back to Florida with husband Tom, and started a fiber arts “art-to-wear” business. Their eldest child is a senior at Roanoke College, majoring in math; the second is a freshman at New College; and the youngest is at Florida Atlantic University full-time, although still a high-school junior. Tom continues a psychiatry practice.
The Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks, designed and founded by Elizabeth Lowe, opened in July in Tupper Lake, NY. The first-of-its-kind museum takes up 31 acres and features information and displays of the two-billion-year geological history of the region. See www.wildcenter.org for details.
Joan Karsten is engaged (for the first time!) to a wonderful man from Sandwich, MA. She’s delighted and was looking forward to bringing Brent along to our 30th reunion.
Ines Kraft’s daughter Stephanie started school at Columbia last fall. Ines was amused to find Nick Platt’s name in the return address of a Columbia Parents Association mailing. Her son Derek is a third-year student at the University of Chicago and spending the year at Sciences Po in Paris. After being a single mom for a number of years, Ines is enjoying the empty nest, which affords her more time for tango dancing!